So here is the story after having doughnuts this morning.
Sunday, February 28, 2010
They mimicked the decor just like the way the original store has - like library. THREE doughnuts - cinnamon twist (huge one), plain old fashion, and glazed chocolate old fashion. They were so good and I know my Sunday would be a great day...
Saturday, February 27, 2010
It has been a while since the last entry. I have been busy on work (yes, I need to work sadly) and away from home, Brooklyn Heights.
I am in Seattle this weekend, but I don't feel I am away from home - I wonder why...
I am writing this at a hotel room before dinner - yes I still need to eat another meal to end a day...
Thursday, February 18, 2010
This past weekend, our table was covered with Asian food. On Saturday, since we went to NJ for the Koren food AGAIN, dinner was pretty light - no meat but all vegetables - Kabocha pumpkin, Korean radish, soy bean and of course Kimchi along with brown rice.
Next time, we might try to have some rice into the mixture, which I believe adds tenderness/textures to this dish.
Sunday, February 14, 2010
In the U.S., it is opposite - a guy gives chocolate/gift to a girl (or love one).
Here is OUR version of Valentine's day - chocolate (dark, milk and white chocolates) covered pretzels, along with truffles. They look really fat and actually the pretzel itself is thin but chocolate coating is thick... yum yum.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
There are a few cute coffee houses (more to restaurant) in the city where she lives. Isn't this nice? It is not in the middle of nowhere but there was a spot like this in the middle of small city.
Mizu-Na (Japanese green) on top of duck sauce which cut the richness of the sauce.
Kaba-Yaki) along with traditional Japanese dishes). This time, he was not cooking that but some small half dried fish (Tsuku-Dani) with San-Syo (Japanese traditional seasoning).
Meeting long-time friend and my family members was something I look forward to when I come back home.
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Saturday, February 6, 2010
I spent a few days in Tokyo before heading to my hometown. I had several meals with my friends (every meal was shared with some friends), but I only took pictures at this restaurant - Miyazaki prefecture regional cuisine.
Aren't they look beautiful and yummy?