Local Kine Grindz
used mushroom as faux noodles. It was serve with lots of veggies, ground beef and tofu.
Hot chocolate in a bowl
Now that is real food. Enchilada plate in old town San Diego.
Our typical German breakfast on Sundays.
Chicken steamed in kabocha pumpkin
Omgomgomgomg happy birthday to me! I asked one of the sushi chefs if they had monkfish liver (which wasn’t in the menu) and if course they did. Even after we paid our bill they brought out an order for me and even gave me a free azukibirthdayhhhhhh mochi ice cream!
So it was my birthday today and one of my coworkers got me these and it was so sweet I almost cried. Thank you so much I don’t even have words.
The other day, I was trying to explain the American slang term “food baby” to my friend Heajin. I think I need to take the bingsoo (빙수) pictured here on Maury to get a paternity test. I’m stuffed!
A tad late but this was my super bowl pupu tray~ Wasabi scallop and spicy ahi stuffed inari sushi, garlic clams, tofu and sea asparagus poke, and spicy langostino poke.
Al long as I can remember Inari sushi has been a symbol of foodball to me. Since I could speak I’ve always referred to these sweet tofu curd sushi as “footballs”, and in all honestly I didn’t learn their actual name until I was about 15 or so. Anyhow, this platter took me about 45 minutes to assemble and everything but the inari wrappers and garnishes came from Tamura’s market in Pearl City~