This was a day of tofu, walking, temples and kaiseki.Continue reading “15th May 2019: a vegan Buddhist breakfast, Kyoto temples, a yudofu lunch, and a monumental kaiseki dinner”
Today was a day of sight-seeing (with the opportunistic sake tasting thrown in), then finished with a grandiose kaiseki dinner 😋Continue reading “13th May 2019: curry for breakfast, a sugar tree, a pretty new café, sake tasting and excellent kaiseki dinner in Kanazawa”
Although local shops are starting to stock things again, they are still quite unpredictable, plus going to them is really unnerving, what with people not respecting any distance or being considerate of others, etc. So we have been trying a bunch of different grocers that do home deliveries; the quality is also higher than what we get in the nearest shops, and we seem to be finding who our favourites are in terms of speed, quality and reliability.
It’s good to be able to establish some sort of predictability after all these weeks of uncertainty.Continue reading “Self isolation, week 6: masterful repetition”
I went to so many great restaurants and made such great food on this month (if I say so myself ?)
And yes, it can’t get any more belated than conflating the entire collection of weekly posts in a monthly one. But I’m embracing it!
Here are the highlights of this month:Continue reading “The MONTH of April 2019 in food”
Welp, this is a really late “this week” post, but I didn’t have access to a computer on Sunday and I was also really busy holidaying and eating out, as you’ll see in a second ?Continue reading “This week in food, 7 (18-24 March 2019)”