On a cloudless sunny day………we decided to adventure north, about a two hour or so drive up north which will take you to Gunma prefecture – one of the leading producers and suppliers of vegetables in the country and Tokyo district.
Did you know that making ‘sweet sour pickled ginger’ which we call ‘gari’ served free at sushi restaurants is extremely easy to make? The pink sweet sour beni shoga, called ‘gari’ at sushi restaurants
Pain de Campagne. ‘Country bread’ as what the French named this bread but these days it’s considered as ‘healthy’ and/or an ‘organic’ bread amongst health freaks.
‘Ohagi’, botamochi. This is an authentic Japanese sweets made from glutinous rice and red beans (azuki) paste (which we call it ‘anko’), a common ‘wagashi (Japanese sweets)’
If anyone of you are near Tokyo….. drop by to see the ‘cherry blossom finale’.
Making pizzas are not difficult, yet delivery pizzas come super convenient and super fast. Domino Pizza, Pizza Hut, Pizza-La…many many more, yes!, the Japanese also love pizza occasionally but not everyday. The downside is (I think) it’s rather expensive compared to the other western countries.