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  • View author's info Posted on May 27, 2005 at 12:02 AM


    Min,
    Don't bother learning Japanese unless you are prepared to be a mental masochist, which is what I am..
    all u need is string me along, I m a regular at that restaurant..
    I could eat Japanese food all day long..
  • View author's info Posted on May 26, 2005 at 09:19 PM


    I better start learning Japanese then... lol
  • View author's info Posted on May 26, 2005 at 02:20 PM


    will take u to my favorite Japanese restaurant..quaint and you would think you are in Japan.. best house salad made of three different types of raw fish and a variety of seaweed and vegetable with a miso sauce..and the salarymen's drinking menu ala tapas style is written in JAPANESE on the board , so u need to read Japanese to order those house specials..with a variety of sake..
  • View author's info Posted on May 26, 2005 at 03:57 AM


    hmmmmm... sounds delicious!!
    Oh we will surely have a blast if I come to London!
  • View author's info Posted on May 25, 2005 at 11:01 PM


    Min, The egg is optional, I don't always like it. BUt when raw egg meets hot rice they turn semi cooked , like sunny side up for breakfast..and mixed in with soya sauce and seaweed it is quite a lovely subtle flavor together with the fish and wasabi..NOw wasabi and 'shiso' leaves (served at good Japanese restaurants outside Japan ) are calming and anti-bacterial herbs for eating raw fish ..it is good for the stomache. I use to grow them like weeds in the garden.
    Tuna rice was my quick lunch all the time..and so healthy too.
    Yeah, drop in to London anytime ..will have a blast I bet..lol
  • View author's info Posted on May 25, 2005 at 02:53 PM


    OK - that's it Bonnie! I'm coming over on the next flight - lol!
    That last one sounded delicious too. I guess the egg is raw right? That sounds bit strange but apart from that, the combination sounds good. How do you mix the egg in?
  • View author's info Posted on May 25, 2005 at 09:32 AM


    Min and CP I think we will certainly be great together on a trip..definitely foodie club...

    CP..I could cook alot of the cuisine you mentioned and Japanese dishes since I lived there for 6 years, and the best sushi is found near the main fish market Tsukiji in Tokyo , if you are ever there..the fishermen and fish wholesalers after their morning bidding would gather in the sushi shop there for the freshest sushi you will find on earth!

    Easy meal for lunch is get a pack of raw minced tuna, put on top of hot rice and break an egg over it and sprinkle chopped spring onion and seaweed over the top drizzle with soya sauce and wasabi..great high power lunch!!
  • View author's info Posted on May 25, 2005 at 07:56 AM


    I also love Japanese food and pretty much everything else too! Indian cuisine is among my favorites, and Thai too. Chinese, Mexican, Italian, Greek, Indonesian, French - you name it....
    I love exotic, spicy tastes.... bland is not for me...
  • View author's info Posted on May 24, 2005 at 08:19 PM


    I love Japanese food!!

    Sashimi, Kare, Udon, Okonomiyaki etc. etc. etc. I could eat it all day everyday!!

    I shouldn't discriminate though I also love Indian, Thai, French, Chinese, Hawaiian...ok, I have to go eat something ;-)

    Any woman who can create something from above...contact me ;-p Food is the universal aphrodisiac.
  • View author's info Posted on May 24, 2005 at 03:59 PM


    Cub,
    I bet u have a huge dental bill too..
    start them on a non- fat Japanese diet..good for the brains and the heart..
  • View author's info Posted on May 24, 2005 at 02:46 PM


    Like all kids!! LOL... normal I guess!
  • View author's info Posted on May 24, 2005 at 02:26 PM


    Well said!!
    That's really nice that you cook for your family. What do you like to make for them?
  • View author's info Posted on May 24, 2005 at 10:00 AM



    champagnepowder write:
    Of course I've tried it. I particularly like the fur-lined mixing bowl. Yes, the cake tastes great!!



    Well of course!! Silly me... what a question... lol!
    All I've had today is some cheese and bread. And no time for a real dinner - must rush off. Not good!!
    Any other nice recipes CP?? Cubby, what about you??
  • View author's info Posted on May 24, 2005 at 09:58 AM



    Cub39 write:
    Minny it was a '65 Corvette and I see that your kitchen has gotten even warmer while I was away....



    Hi Cubby... a Corvette huh? Nice car but I never would have recognised it from behind. I'm not sure what the front looks like either.
    Yep - it sure was getting warm in the kitchen.... it was that spicy recipe....
  • View author's info Posted on May 24, 2005 at 09:44 AM


    Of course I've tried it. I particularly like the fur-lined mixing bowl. Yes, the cake tastes great!!
  • View author's info Posted on May 24, 2005 at 09:38 AM


    hahahahha....
    he's just nothin' but trouble that CP...
    so, is this a recipe that you've tested and have gotten the results you wanted? I mean, this is important CP, you realise that if the rest of us have to try it. Preferably testing it once before inviting guests right??
  • View author's info Posted on May 24, 2005 at 12:55 AM


    CP..you naughty boy trying to bake and mess about in Min's kitchen..
    don't forget to wash your hands before and after the process...must be finger-li*cking good that cake of yours..

    ps..heard from the grapevine that you finally touched base with ms. Madisongrey..bet her kitchen is nice and warm too in LA..planning on ending your 101 trip at her kitchen then?
  • View author's info Posted on May 23, 2005 at 10:13 PM


    CP, yes how did we get so sidetracked here..?? Very commendable of you to bring us back to the ... er... recipes....
  • View author's info Posted on May 23, 2005 at 07:31 PM


    What happened to all of the recipes? Here's one that fits perfectly on this site. This could be straight from Gab's mouth but I swear it's not.


    Ingredients

    2x Laughing eyes

    2x Well shaped legs

    2x Loving arms

    2x Firm milk containers

    2x Nuts

    1x Fur-lined mixing bowl

    1x Firm Banana


    Method


    Look into laughing eyes.

    Spread well-shaped legs slowly.

    Squeeze and massage milk containers very gently until fur-lined mixing bowl is well greased. Check frequently with finger.

    Meanwhile ensure that loving arms are attached to firm banana.

    Add firm banana to fur-lined mixing bowl gently. Work in and out until well creamed. For best results continue to knead milk containers.

    As heat rises plunge banana deep into fur-lined mixing bowl, cover with nuts, sigh with relief. Leave to soak (preferably overnight).

    The cake is cooked when banana is soft. If the banana doesn't soften, repeat method or change mixing bowl.

    If in unfamiliar kitchen be sure to wash utensils carefully.

    NOTE:DO NOT L*ICK MIXING BOWL AFTER BANANA SOFTENS.
  • View author's info Posted on May 23, 2005 at 08:57 AM


    I know ... just teasing....