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Yes, thanks you ... and that looks delicious!! Big smile
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Today's Tokyo does not have good much weather. The unstable weather does not feel summer very much. And today's lunch does not have many changes all the time either.

A rice ball. A chopped salmon enters among them. The seasoning is saltiness in the whole.

 
An octopus. A cucumber. Seaweed. It is called Sunomono. Thin soy sauce and vinegar.
 
 
In today's Tokyo, I slightly prepared for miso soup because temperature was low. It is almost seaweed. And the leek which was chopped finely.
 
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Looks like a good lunch to me. 
Today's lunch was home made for me: fried potatoes and onions with a Greek salad on the side, the salad was lettuce, kalamata olives, cherry tomatoes, feta cheese and cherry vinegar dressing.

Just got back from a long gig and its still warm out in the middle of the night. Time for some beer with a shot of cassis poured in, in fact its time for several beers. Beer
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orange chicken in a wok tonight--  very simple sauce of orange juice, rice wine, garlic, Sriracha, and hoisin in a smoking hot wok with peanut oil, over Basmati

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote darkshade Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Aug 2012 at 1:06pm
I took leftover BBQ chicken and ripped off all the meat, chopped it up, threw in some onions and peppers, and made some delicious chicken salad Smile
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Sounds good, I just made my hot-n-sweet spaghetti Memphis soul food style, plus garlic bread.
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^ you have to make me that sometime
 -- and that 'Cue Chicken Salad sounds great too (just the salad or did you make a sandwich?)

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I've been under the weather lately with the cold/flu/hay fever sort of problems. This is when I really crave hot spicy food with strong flavors. I've been making homemade chili a lot lately. 
Tonight I picked up a blackened tuna salad with a great ponzu sauce, and a vegetable/pickle sushi roll with lots of wasabi and ginger on the side. Big smile
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Yes. Hot seasoning is necessary really in winter. And I was surprised again. Shocked Wow, There was ponzu sauce in the United States. Thumbs Up
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By the way, it is the birthday of my son today. He became 4 years old. Probably the cake for birthdays will be prepared tonight. The photograph later.
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Happy birthday!  Party
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Thank you, John. My son is crazy about a toy recently. The toy of a car and the train. Of course the son ate even this cake absorbedly. Smile
 
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Be happy for the toys now, when he gets older, he'll want to drive your car.  Shocked
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Surely. And I intend to let at first him learn "Blue Train" of Coltrane if I say that my son will want to become the driver of the train in the future. LOL
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Belated happy birthday little Kaz. Hug
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Thank you for the comment of the celebration. Damosan. Yes. Little Kaz became 4 years old. And my nickname was little Stevie. The nickname was acquired by John. Because a birthday of Stevie Wonder was same as me. Smile
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote js Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Nov 2012 at 7:26pm
Its ponzu sauce again tonight!  Big smile     

I've been reading about how to make this, I may try it sometime.
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^ This ponzu?



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I should certainly hope not. Disapprove
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Sorry just kiddin' Embarrassed , but I love this one. 



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