Iridori Stew

July 6th, Friday:

  • Miso Soup (Daikon, Wakame, Green Onion)
  • Iridori Stew (Chicken, Burdock, Bamboo Shoot, Onion, Carrot, Shiitake Mushroom, Konnyaku)
  • Salt Broiled Boarfish
  • Rice
  • Milk

Rice is an important foodstuff without which we could not do. Not only do we eat rice, but rice flour is increasingly used in processed foods.

Iridori stew has a sort of thick Chinese-like sauce. I like the vegetables used in it, but I dislike the sauce’s texture. The boarfish was soft and tasty.
By the way, I ate English Curry packaged by the Hakodate restraunt Gotouken for dinner. It was crazy expensive–200 grams for like 500 yen or something–which was why bought it. I wanted to know why it was so expensive. It was tasty, but too spicy for me. I conjecture the reason it was so expensive is the first ingredient is fruit (apple and banana) and the second is beef. Which makes me wonder: did Englishmen really put fruit in their curry?? Or was it just because fruit and beef are by nature expensive and thus only Englishmen could afford them??

  • みそ汁
  • 炒りどり
  • つぼ鯛塩焼き
  • ごはん
  • 牛乳
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