Cooking log 37 : Oyster Feast!

Hmmm….does cracking open oysters count as cooking? Most of my days recently had been around busy crazy working and figure out when can i get tipsy. Or rather, work was planned around getting drunk, as i am a responsible adult… I placed my second order of wine and the cellar had reached 100% capacity so…

Cooking log 30 : Capellini take 2 // Bacon, Eggplant & Tomato

Let’s see how it went this time. After a rather successful attempt at homemade fresh pasta, i did it again. This time i used only high gluten flour, hoping for more al dente result. It turned out not bad but i am still hoping for more chewy texture. So sound like i will try again…

Life in Japan : Shark Fin Bun from Chef Kuromori

Shark, a fish where nothing is wasted. This is the last and most incredible dish i got from Chef Kuromori, steam bun with shark fin. Now a lot of people know shark fin as a luxurious food from China that spike a lot of outrages on the events where sharks were threw back into the…

Cooking log 26 : Japanese Shallot x Tuna Flakes

Simple salad for home drinking. I had been lazy this weekend, eating takeouts and clearing out the leftovers in my fridge. For anyone chilling out there, here is a simple recipe that goes quite well with Japanese sake. I first had this in a family run small izakaya in Kichijoji area almost 7 years ago…

Life in Japan : Social Distancing Mini Game @ Covid-19

Time is tough but game and don’t lose your smile. I came across this mini game on facebook today allegedly made by a Japanese and had a blast. It is a simple game where you click on the crowd to disperse them to ensure no one is in your green circle. Whenever someone invade your…