Love me french fries. These are fancy like, fancy fancy. Parmesan and truffle fancy. This must be how the other half lives?
I miss dill pickles. Specifically, I miss my mother's dill pickles, as there is nothing as good, anywhere. She also made pickled onions. Well, pickles and canned everything. I remember it being a Production. Pickles (tsukemono) are a thing in Japan, and I like them well enough, but they're different, no mistake. One thing that… Continue reading Pickles
It's been so long, and it isn't quite the same as I remember. Maybe it really needs the oats? Still, very good. Shouldn't-have-made-it-because-I'm-going-to-eat-it-all good.
It's so expensive in Japan. I've never eaten sweet potato for dinner before, as my people are not a sweet potato people up my way. They're quite good!
I bought a package of frozen paratha and have been enjoying the hell out of frying them with cinnamon and sugar. Today I had ice cream, too.
I'm going to declare this a victory because while they may not be perfectly shaped, they taste really good. I usually buy them in bakeries or convenience stores, where they're "スイートポテト" (literally "sweet potato" in Japanese) but they're a sweetened, baked pastry. Sweet potatoes (satsumaimo) are so cheap here that I decided to try and… Continue reading Satsumaimo
Avocado, tofu, and soy sauce. Okay, the presentation is not good, but it's so delicious.