Well I bought a bag of rice, except it is Sweet Rice and I have not a clue to do with it. Any suggestions?
Sunday, December 30, 2007
Saturday, December 29, 2007
Thursday, December 27, 2007
This commercial combines two things that have been on my mind lately - Pocky and Oreskaband. So far no new flavors to add to my quest for the Pocky fix but I do plan on hitting Little Tokyo for New Years so I'll see what flavors I can pick up then.
Okay I'm proud of it so I'm posting it everywhere. Here is our Christmas Playlist
Monday, December 24, 2007
Well I'm on a roll now. You know Pocky makes a great Stocking Stuffer. Sadly, you all know that even though Christmas is not until tomorrow the stockings have been raided (partially)
Well I've added two more to my quest. Current Flavors:
1. Tahitian Vanilla
2. Strawberry (w/ flavor crystals)
Sunday, December 23, 2007
My love of food knows no boundaries.
Saturday, December 22, 2007
Friday, December 21, 2007
In life I think it is important to have goals. Well one of my goals is to try every single Pocky there is. Yeah I know it won't save lives or anything, but I pick my goals and you pick yours. I've had a few before but starting today I will keep track. I'll let you know how it goes
1. Tahitian Vanilla
Well in my quest to make some Korean BBQ I did purchase this table top Electric Grill at Marukai Market. I'm excited to try it out. I've been searching the internet for various recipes. I still plan on going to Korean BBQ restaurants from time to time but I just think it will be fun to also do something at home - and economical. I'm also going to try to make some Panchan but I'm not crazy I'm buying the Kimchi. Never had Soju before but may get one bottle just to try. It would most likely be a flavored one though since when we went to Manna I kept wanting to try their flavored Soju's but didn't. I'll let you know how it all turns out. I have the camera ready
Thursday, December 20, 2007
Korean BBQ is something that I crave from time to time. Fortunately there are many Korean BBQ places to try but it gets expensive. I would like to learn how to make some at home for those low fund days. Any recipes you want to share?
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Every year around this time I get a craving for See's Candies. It is strange how something has been a part of your life that you assume people all across the states know of this company. They don't - but they should.
Sadly for 2-3 years I had a guy friend who would buy me the same box of expensive See's every year. At a young age, you are flattered. But as I've gotten older and wiser I realize that he never bothered to pay attention to the fact that I do not like nuts in my chocolate. I think as you get older and more in tune with the spirit of giving you realize that it doesn't take much to buy the hugest box - a small box of the ones I like would be so much more meaningful.
Unfortunately I am finding if I try to order Tamales online, the shipment costs more than the product. I'm seriously thinking of learning how to make my own. Meanwhile, I'm on the hunt for some local tamales. I just hope I'm not too late since this is the season for tamale making & eating