January 21, 2019

Meals Offered in the School Canteen at My Daughter's University, Part 13/娘の大学の学生食堂で出される食事、パート13

1 Nakatsu shio karaage
Nakatsu is the city in Oita prefecture that is famous for its chicken karaage. Shio means salt. 
2 Cabbage rolls and chicken simmered with tomato
3 Mapo tofu
1 中津の塩唐揚
2 ロールキャベツとチキンのトマト煮
3 麻婆豆腐


Kei Nishida said...

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I really enjoy your blog, and there is so much in-depth information about Japanese cooking that I use it as a resource anytime I make a Japenese dish! You have such a wide range of delicious recipes that it's hard to choose just one to make for dinner each night! I'm really excited to try your Menchi recipe.

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Japanese Green Tea Company
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Hiroyuki said...

Dear Kei,

Thanks for your comment, and sorry for a late reply. I noticed your comment only this morning.

Thank you for your kind offer, but I have to decline it mainly because I'm not up for the challenge of reviewing green tea although I love it, drinking much more green tea than coffee.

I have just visited your site, and I've been impressed with your enthusiam about green tea! I hope you keep up the good work!

Best regards,