Have you ever come across Somen? Somen is a very thin (about 1mm in diameter) white noodle which is often eaten during the hot summer months. See more infos on Somen if you are not familiar with this traditional Japanese noodle. But this is a ‘Fish Somen Noodle‘,
During the ‘hot’ summer months, more or less….during the continuous hot days, the side effect to me is a loss of appetite. To help the appetite, ‘curry’ is one of the common menu which appears on our dinner table.
New York times….’The best lemon bars’ recipe. Not often do I try recipes from newspaper articles but this ‘lemon bars’ came across refreshing during the continuous hot days we’ve been experiencing since start of July.
Apricots and ripe Ume both in season. Harvest of apricots come with at a very short window, possibly a 2-3 weeks during the middle ~ end of June, suddenly disappears from the market.
It it the ‘global climate change’ that is causing the rainy season to end so early….almost 3 weeks before the norm. Should we concerned? I think so. We all should be concerned?