April 16, 2020

Dishes Made by My CHildren/子供たちが作った料理

Last week, my daughter notified me that she and her brother got these morels.
This week, she also let me know that they picked these wood ear mushrooms.
And, yesterday, I received these photos from my daughter, together with a description of each photo:
Photo 1: Chanterelles*, reconstituted
*Dried chanterelle produced in Yamanashi prefecture
Photo 2: Morelrelles and morels, cut into pieces
Photo 3: Cream pasta with no creaminess at all (made by my son)
Photo 4: Chinese soup with wood ear mushrooms (made by my daughter)


9895039531 seeandoh said...

Nice to see you back on the blog. I thought you left it completely. Hope you and your family are staying safe and sound during Covid 19.

Hiroyuki said...

Thanks for your concern. I hope you are fine, too, in this difficult situation.

Yubun said...

These are pretty extravagant dishes your children are making! When I was in college it was mostly eating out or instant noodle. LOL.

Hope everyone is healthy and we can put this behind us soon!

Hiroyuki said...

Well, most students are like you, including my children.

Mims said...

I just stumbled onto your blog while looking for recipes for Kiriboshi daikon. So happy to have found it! Just looking at the tsukemono posts had me hungry!

Thank you for your dedication in documenting your food adventures in cooking, preserving and eating!

Hiroyuki said...

Thanks for your comment! I'm glad you found kiriboshi daikon where you live. I have no idea where you live, though (laugh).

Anonymous said...

I like the simplicity of the Japanese dishes. These with the mushrooms look very nice. I imagine myself taking a spoon and taking the first delicious bite.
Hiroyuki, keep posting. Your blog is natural and very interesting.


Hiroyuki said...

Well, I will make another post if my daughter sends me photos. Maybe she is no longer interested in doing so.

Fräulein Trude said...

Unfortunately there are no mushrooms this year. It is to dry, not enough rain. But dried mushroom sometimes are even better. It is the season to eat pasta with Chanterelles in cream sauce but they are super expensive right now. Hope you are fine.

Hiroyuki said...

Hi, how have you been?! I hope you are fine, too!

Fräulein Trude said...

Everything is fine. Still working in Homeoffice since February so I am safe and sound.