I am not a big fan of pre-made sauces so I was a little skeptical about this sauce. I was curios about it because on an episode of Anthony Bourdaines no reservations they were raving about cold sobe noodles dipped in Sobe noodle sauce. Continue reading
Hmmmm….these are good to keep on hand if you are dieting. They are more economical than the Tofu noodles but the texture is a little softer. It probably would help if you let drain them for a while before cooking. They also need to be rinsed really well before preparing. They come in one giant long noodle so you will want to cut them up.
I bought this because it was on sale and to be honest I was completely skeptical. I was very pleased with the flavor and texture of this product. It is the poor man’s smoked sausage. It would be excellent grilled and eaten like a hotdog.
My friend Sharon who is introducing me to all things Japanese said I had to try these korean griddle cakes. If you like scallion pancakes you will love these. The instructions say that you can use meat, fish, chive, scallions but I had scallions on hand so that is what I used. It was yummy! The texture when cooked is very cloud like. This has become a breakfast staple for me.
I am so addicted to this stuff. My friend Sharon encouraged me to try it when we visited Mitsuma in New Jersey. I was leery because because it is kinda expensive. But, as you can see from the picture it is truly an addiction. Continue reading
I bought this at Mitsuma in New Jersey. I am not a big green tea fan and I was officially stumpted when I was in the tea isle at Mitsuma. The prices ranged from really cheap to very expensive. I asked someone asked a random person what they drank and they recommended this tea. It was around 7 bucks for 100g. Not cheap but not expensive. It is a very nice tea and you only need a little to make a cup.