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飯田橋に巨大な中国料理の店があります! Massive chinese meals in iidabashi!! 誰か挑戦してみませんか?笑 Who wants to challenge them?

今日のShannonのお弁当。 . . ■米粉のパンケーキ ■バジルジャーマンポテト風 ■いんげんの胡麻和え ■プチトマトのマリネ . . 今日はプリスクールおやすみ。だけど、平日はお弁当を食べたいのを知っているので、お弁当作りました。が!!初めてアメリカで米粉を購入し、パンケーキ作ってみて驚き。製菓用の米粉だけれど、日本で買うものと全く違う!いろんなブランドから米粉が出てるから、どれがいいか好みのものを探すのも手だろうけど、ちょっと億劫。あぁ、どうやって一袋消費しよう?!お米はやっぱり日本のものが好き。 . . Shannon didn't go to preschool today, but I know she wants to eat lunchbox. So I made pancakes with rice flour and put mix vegetables in them. She seemed to like them. I know Japanese rice flour. Rice flour I bought here is different…

Should you do not converse Japanese Tokyo could be a complicated and typically daunting place to go to. Even in the event you make it by way of the complicated subway system you will be confronted by road indicators menus or merchandise on grocery store cabinets which are solely in Japanese. With Phrase Lens now obtainable in Japanese you will by no means have to fret about taking a flawed activate a busy Shibuya road or ordering one thing you would not usually eat. The Google Translate…

Everyone goes through a ramen phase at least once in their life. A staple for college kids wanting to eat on the cheap, dried ramen packets are a timeless delicacy. However, they aren’t the most nutritious choice. This nutrient-dense, elevated recipe for Shoyu Ramen brought me back to my college days. It has a deep, rich soy broth, chewy wheat noodles, and a medley of fun toppings. If you are looking for a dish that is as fun to look at as it is to eat, Shoyu (Japanese soy sauce) Ramen is…

hotcakes loaded with cat-shaped nerikiri, a traditional Japanese sweet | Artisan: Caroline I., Japan | carolinei.exblog.jp/ | via: http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/03/23/these-cat-laden-sweets-are-too-cute-to-eat-but-we-still-want-to%e3%80%90photos%e3%80%91/

hotcakes loaded with cat-shaped nerikiri, a traditional Japanese sweet | Artisan: Caroline I., Japan | carolinei.exblog.jp/ | via: http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/03/23/these-cat-laden-sweets-are-too-cute-to-eat-but-we-still-want-to%e3%80%90photos%e3%80%91/

Toka Plum Tree (Extremely Cold-Hardy) Heirloom Medium to large, tapered, reddish bronze fruit with a blue bloom. Firm, yellow, aromatic, freestone flesh. Rich, spicy, sweet flavor. Excellent for fresh eating. Erect, vase-shaped tree. Moderately vigorous. Heavy bearer. One of the best pollinators for American, Japanese and hybrid plums. If you want to grow plums, you want this tree both for fruit production and pollination. Developed by Dr. N.E. Hansen at the South Dakota Experiment station.

hotcakes loaded with cat-shaped nerikiri, a traditional Japanese sweet | Artisan: Caroline I., Japan | carolinei.exblog.jp/ | via: http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/03/23/these-cat-laden-sweets-are-too-cute-to-eat-but-we-still-want-to%e3%80%90photos%e3%80%91/

hotcakes loaded with cat-shaped nerikiri, a traditional Japanese sweet | Artisan: Caroline I., Japan | carolinei.exblog.jp/ | via: http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/03/23/these-cat-laden-sweets-are-too-cute-to-eat-but-we-still-want-to%e3%80%90photos%e3%80%91/

the key differences between the Japanese diet and the American diet. Some thing I want to point out is that many Japanese eat mostly white rice.For those who want to opt for a healthier meal, they should replace white rice with brown rice, pearl barley, or mix different grains into their white rice, also known as zakkokumai or kokumotsu gohan.Another thing I want to mention is that after World War II, most Japanese are strictly taught not to waste food.

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