One of my favourite things in the U.K. is apple sauce 😀 (It’s not that common in Japan)
I usually fly pork, and put lots of lots of them!
…ok, a picture by DSi is not that good.
But anyway, I wonder if people who
1. don’t like subuta (chinese dish) with pineapple
2. can’t accept apple in curry
wouldn’t accept this sauce either.
My friends invited me to her place and taught me how to cook “ohagi” (Japanese traditional sweets). It was the first time to cook this for me so I could help only an easy part of it.
The smell of red beans and rice when they are cooked always makes me feel relaxed. We cooked normal ones, as well as kinako (a kind of sweet powder?) and sesame. It was soooooooooooo yummy!
She also served some other sweets and sake for us… It was such a nice time chatting and eating 🙂 Thanks!
(Sorry this post is in Japanese only)
A small story before writing about Fransis Bacon.
When I went to a house warming party of my friend on the other day, I tried “mulled wine”. Red wine + clementine + cinnamon and make it hot? I didn’t know about it before, but I really liked it.
Their house was amazing by the way….big rooms, clean, cool designed kitchen, barbecue place in the garden… I was just jealous! It was so different from our small, dirty, hall of residence…