Kitsune Udon

Have  you had your favorite snack sudden disappeared from a store shelf? I was frantically looking for the Sppporo Ichiban Kitsune Udon early this year, then found it was discontinued.  I have been eating this more than 10 years. This instant noodle was my frequent midnight snack.  I gave up and forgot about it until… Continue reading Kitsune Udon

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Zaru Soba

            Zaru soba (buckwheat noodle) has been my favorite food since I was little. I was not fun of eating up until the first year of my corporate world. I remember my parents were so disappointed whenever we went to the restaurant, I ordered the plain zaru soba. That all… Continue reading Zaru Soba

Web of information 2

Strawberry short cake with strawberry cream I have been spending some time on the pinterest. I started this mainly for the etsy.  People the marketing mix, facebook, twitter, and pinterest, to draw people to the store.  Sound great, but actually they are too foreign to me.  I am not good English writer, nor social butterflies. … Continue reading Web of information 2

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Teapot 26 & 27

Here is teapot 26 and 27.  I played with the bottom while still wet. I am working on the whole food diet thing, sort of.  We still eat meat, but the half of used to and added chickpeas or other peas in vegetable mix.  I go to the public market once a week to get… Continue reading Teapot 26 & 27

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Forks over knives

I watched the documentary, Forks over knives, last night.  This makes me really thinking.  I used to be a market researcher, and am familiar with the statistics. This documentary explains the extensive research done in China about the correlation between the meat consumption and the heart disease and cancers, in statistic significance. I knew our… Continue reading Forks over knives

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Beef stew  

Home smelled really good when I came home today.  Beef stew in a casserole dish.  I chopped onions, carrots, celery, and tossed them with a cube of beef, white wine, can tomato and beef consomme, cumin, bay leaves, and water in the casserole dish.  I put it into the 325°F oven.  Actually I was not… Continue reading Beef stew  

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Scoliosis

Last Thursday, our daughter went the spinal fusion operation to correct her scoliosis. We have been dealing with the scoliosis since she was 10, and visited the doctor to check her curvature every 4 months to 6 months ever since. It started out a very small curve, went through the painful three years of her… Continue reading Scoliosis

Rice bowl

Rice bowls. There are two sizes, small (5”diameter and 2” high ),and large, in Japan. We call the small one, “rice bowl / meshichawan” and serve just the rice, and refilled as wish. Bigger one is called “donburi”, and the rice often covered with the main dish, such as tempura, tonkatsu (pork cutlet), beef with… Continue reading Rice bowl

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