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Happy Spring Break ya’ll! But its supposed to snow tomorrow….so…….

This week was full of excitement and stress. On Tuesday, March 17, I turned 20! Wow, no more teen years. 199 more words


Food Talk Friday: Da Kitchen

I’m writing this several days before we leave for Maui. We’re planning on landing, picking up the rental car, and heading here

for lunch. It’s one of our favorite spots on Maui. 127 more words

Food Talk Friday

{review} Ho-ja, London

Today we’ve decided to give the newly opened Ho-ja a go. It lies in between the Brew Dog pub and the Goldhawk Road underground station and it’s just a few minutes away from the Westfield shopping centre and the O2. 65 more words


Chicken Katsu

breakfast: banana, strawberry, cheese danish + coffee

huge and red strawberry

lunch: steak with green sauce, bell pepper, walnut pasta
Steak is still good on the second day. 19 more words

At Home

Hot stuff - Chicken Katsu Curry recipe.

This seems to be an almost universally popular recipe, and therefore a great way to introduce any of your unsushiable friends to Japanese food. In fact, even Partner likes chicken katsu, and he’s a firm British Food Eater, with a few Issues thrown in to boot (he won’t eat anything chilled that was once cooked, so sushi is off the menu, unfortunately), but he really adores this fried chicken recipe, served with raw sliced cabbage and Tonkatsu sauce. 1.327 more words

Japanese Food

Resep dan Cara Membuat Chicken Katsu

Resep Chicken Katsu

Hidangan dari ayam ini berasal dari Jepang. Chicken katsu merupakan hidangan berupa irisan atau fillet daging ayam, biasanya bagian dada, yang dilapisi dengan panko atau tepung roti sebelum digoreng dalam minyak yang banyak atau biasanya dikenal dengan istilah deep frying. 176 more words

Cara Membuat Chicken Katsu

An Atlantan In Baltimore: California Break - Part 2

Wako Donkatsu: Los Angeles, CA, USA

So far all I’ve eaten on this trip seems to be ramen, pork, pork belly, more pork.  So of course my friend Eric would have me go to Wako Donkatsu for what else, more pork!   414 more words

The Gastronome