This blog is devoted to being a home engineer. Some of the topics i will talk about are home decorating, party planning, crocheting, DIY, and other fun things in my life.
Mmmmmmmm!!! The buffalo comment had me cracking up...you're so twisted! ;o)
welcome back sista!!wow, what a culinary experience, and yeah are brave to get on that buffalo!
these are awesome pictures! it all looks so delicious. glad you are back!
i am so envious!! that food looks amazing!!!!!so glad you returned safely. can't wait to hear about the trip!!let's dinner soon.
wowwow im so hungry....and out of curiosity - in that one picture - is that Japan's menu -- displaying their dishes with the price? Do you go and pick that up or those are like display-dishes? and man that one dish that looks like a plate of cut grapefruit flesh....yummy!
BK,yeah, every restaurant in Japan has a display of food, so it was really easy to choose..especially for those who didn't speak the language like me. Oh the picture that looks like grapefruit is poke (raw marinated tuna) yummy!!
You're making me very HUNGRY Sopheak looking at all the pics. They all look so yummy!! Especially the crepes. Everything looks so fresh. I miss H/K's food. Not that I can't eat though, my eyes are always a lot bigger than my stomach. The buffalo pic is hilarious. Ming
Lady I wanna know what everything is! Thanks for sharing :D
hi Les, from left to rightJapan1st picture is me eating squid poke,2 fatty tuna sashimi3 strawberry ice cream crepe4 Mentaiko pasta (pollock roe)5 Mont blanc at starbucks6 Assorted sashimi7 Seafood Paella (japanese style)8 Mont Blanc parfait (I couldnt get enough and this one had flan at the bottom)Guam9 Double happiness fish in Guam10 milk fish, flattened fried eddgplant in egg batter and spam fried rice (can you believe this was at denny's?)11 grilled prawns and kalbi12 Milk fish and rice 13 Green mango (mango was not yet in season..but i like them green anyway)14 tocdohkoh in Khmer which translates to milk fruit, but Guamanians calls it Filipino apples15 Guyabano fruit16 Jack fruit (I love this fruit..but it smells hella strong)17 grilled prawns18 tuna poke19 oysters20 spicy baby octupus salad21 shrimp cocktail (as you can see people like to eat shrimp in their natural form, always with the head)Saipan22 Filipino grilled squid23 papaya & papaya 24 Assorted fish (all the fish I ate in the Pacifics were colorful)25 Stir fry squid26 I dont remember what this was but I am sure it was yummy27 Taro ice cream and fresh papaya (this was sooo good!)28 Scallop sushi29 grean tea and lemon grass stick used as a stirNarita Airport (layover was 12 hours, nothing else to do but eat)30 just an example of what dining is like in japan. Too many options 31 Bento box which included sushi, soup, sobe noodles and lots more 32 Black sessame seed ice cream33 Tom Yum Noodles American Samoa (at this point i was tired of taking pictures..but samoa also had really good food)34 Samoan Pankekes35 Grilled parrot fish and turkey tail (turkey tail is a delicacy here. The tails get sent to american samoa, and the other parts go somewhere else)36 Samoan ice cream (There is only one place on the entire island to get Samoan ice cream. It's in a little gas station in town. this ice cream has been around for over 30 years. I love gelato..but this was so much better. Did i mention that it's only 80 cents a scoop? The price must have stayed the same from 30 years ago)
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