Happy New Year. 🙂
I've been trying to learn how to properly cook beef. By properly, I mean to my taste. I don't like super rare beef, nor well-done. Slightly rarer than medium rare? Also within my means, since I don't exactly have the finest cuts, and I have a single gas burner and a cheap frying pan. For… Continue reading Beef
No ambitions today. I did try a new simple bread recipe. It's pretty good and, of course, fresh from the oven.
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!
Lunch. Healthy? Hmm. Maybe so. I'm nearing 2000 words in the latest revision chapter. I feel as though the male point-of-view is more of a challenge than I thought. Or this one in particular. The dudes I talk to insist that I'm overthinking things. "It's really that simple!" and so on. Really, though? Ah well.… Continue reading Beef and asparagus
Lunch specials give me life. Beef is expensive in Japan. Most of it is imported from Australia. (Pork often seems to come from Canada? That may only be my supermarket, though.) Yakiniku ("roast meat") is one of the best way to enjoy it at a restaurant. There are some all-you-can-eat places. Yesterday I went to… Continue reading Yakiniku