Hi there, My name’s Emma and this is my blog. I write mostly about my family and what we eat, sometimes a little bit about what we do, and it’s all about ‘Our wabisabi Life’
Wabisabi is a Japanese philosophy and easthetic, it can losely be describes as ‘the beauty of imperfection’ or the beauty of that which is humble and understated. This is the way that I like my photography to look.
To me wabisabi is a way of living, feeling and eating. Me and my family mostly eat dishes based around the recipes of Japan, a nation who have one of the longest lifespans on earth. It contains quite a lot of fish, some meat. Brown and white rice. Sea vegetables. A whole host of Tofu. Pickles. There are slow cooked wholesome recipes that are perfect for chilly evenings, can be prepared way ahead and then are there ready to welcome you hope. There are also the freshest recipes, just right for hot weather. And lots of ways to make a bento box, or lunch box, so that your lunch can take on a whole new lease of life.
I really hope you find the recipes interesting and give them a try, I’d love to hear you get on.