Japanese food culture, Food event in Tokyo, Japanese unique ingredients and classes
Winter Olympics has just finished with many of impressions. Japanese people had been so excited to watch the play. When I see my friends during the period, the Olympic topics livened up our chat. The TV shows broadcast their background of the play and the personality, I was touched and often couldn't stop weeping when I know the players history, struggles and the efforts. Respectively their sportsmanship encourages me as pursuing my dream with doing my best.
I enjoyed watching TV this early February often accompany with drinks and snacks. My most favorite appetizer was salmon pate from Anacortes in US.
I welcomed a couple from the city in my Ramen class in January, and a women brought her local products, canned salmon pate and smoked oyster to me. She is very sweet and I have things common with her, such as same age, having same age sons and very close birthday. Those made us closer even though that was only 3 hours. She talked about the place she lives and told me how the seafood are abundant and so taste great. Yes, she is also a foodie! I could imagine the place she lives is beautiful and the local food are wonderful.
I wanted to open the cans for the something special day and at last opened them in the day of figure skating final day. I was looking for bread I used to eat when I was in the US for the day , so I bought pump nickel bread which is rare in my area, so I went to get in a department store in Shinjuku. I'm pursuing to get what I really want ;D. Applied with cream cheese and smoked salmon, which is really oishii- yummy! The combination of smoky flavor and spice are soooo good. All my family enjoyed eating and liked the flavor. Thank you Ms. A for the special salmon and lovely memory. Cheers!