September 26, 2004

Dean & Deluca@品川

0922 020.jpgAOI MUGIのパンドミ(月のしずく水を使用した湯種寿食パン)。462円。久しぶりの食パンはなぜか激しく美味しかった。しっとりしたもちもちの食感、軽くトーストしてパターだけでも何切も行ける。

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Comments:

Oh~~~~料理の鉄人, I think I have heard it somewhere before but never watched~~~

I don't like cooking shows though cos I can't cook hence I can't eat....shows introducing restaurants are fun because I can go the next day....^^;;;

seat | October 1, 2004 03:43 AM

yeah! i watch iron chef everytime i go home to my parents' place (they have cable). and i use to watch them on japanese channel too. when i visit japan, they just change the show host to a new guy, and they had this whole chessy ceremony for the new guy. . . it was fun to watch. but i hated the one they play on cable dubbled to english. the translation is always soooo chessy. epscailly for the cerlabraty guest they have on the show. that's why i really like ?????????!!! everyone acts more nature
compare to iron chef (the the food seems more common that i can actually make it in my own kitchen cuz there're not many good japanese place to go for real authentic food in the states) i always get so hungry after the show that i make the food they introduce the next day.

a little side note. . . i watched "in the mood for love" couple weeks ago, and i was craving wonton soup badly since they keep showing it in the film, that i actually stop the movie and went out to eat wonton soup at a HK restuaruant!!! haaa XD

tina | September 30, 2004 02:44 AM

Long long ago they showed Iron Chef 料理の鉄人 on public Japanese channel and I watched it everytime, it's entertaining (fancy costume host, dramatic music, and 'serious' battle annoucement)! That gain a cult hit so the cable Food Network started to show it and bring it to "mainstream" couple years ago. It's ended right that time in Japan so US's just re-running old episodes (till now) but they tried to make a American version but it's just no where as fun.

Freda | September 30, 2004 01:18 AM

Oh どっちの料理ショー!! I used to watch it a lot too!! Even went to a few 応援団 restaurants shown there.

I haven't even heard of Iron Chef before. Are you watching it too?? What is the show like??

seat | September 29, 2004 03:56 PM

oh Seat, did you know that Iron Chef is showing in cable (Food Network) here and gain quite a cult hit here? ^^;;

Freda | September 29, 2004 03:40 PM

eh. . . i dont' remember the name of the show. but it's on the japanese channel with caption. i think it's call "what will you eat tonite" or something like that. they always compare two dishes and talk abou where the ingredients were found blab blab blab. . . they had negiyaki vs.okonomiayaki, somei vs. yama imo, . . . i wish we can have more japanese channel. and plus my roomate is japanese, and both of us cook... so it's fun to swap recieps

tina | September 29, 2004 06:10 AM

What kind of Japanese food show?? Japanese TV programs dubbed to English??

seat | September 29, 2004 03:14 AM

they sale this kind of bread at chinese market here too. a little bit more expensive than the normal one. i made yama imo last nite for rice. it was really good. i usually watch a japanese food show on sat. nite and try to make the food they introduce on the show. it's a really refreshing food for summer. good with rice and noddle too.

tina | September 28, 2004 08:05 AM

It is not normal bread...it is branded, haha. But seriously, it was really good, soft and had a milky taste. I put butter and the canned pate I bought the other day, yum.

seat | September 27, 2004 06:24 PM

Hey nice dynamic angle shot you have there! Makes a normal loft of bread seems interesting :D

Joan | September 27, 2004 04:40 AM