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.
This is our second ‘Baking Class’ from a month ago. I had both nieces, Miss M – 4 year old and Miss R – 12 year old. They worked together to make the following breads.
Although it is yet drastically hot and humid in Japan (above and around 35C/95F), the arrival of typhoons in Japan seem (I hope) propels the change in season.
Halloween coming up….. and we start seeing sights of pumpkins. This is one of my signatory bread recipes
Busy days take my time off from blogging. Once the habit loosen…..to notice that my blog has not be posted for few weeks. Wow…how fast time flies but family priorities seem to take up a lot of my time especially during the changes of season.
Let me introduce (probably) a new word to you. Osouzai (pronounced O-so-zai) which essentially means ‘Dishes’ or ‘Side Plates or Dishes’. A normal Japanese household will make a few dishes to accompany the rice and soup which is called ‘osouzai’ (or okazu).