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I stayed up until midnight drinking alcohol last night. Therefore, today's lunch is a salad. It doesn't give the stomach the load. Big smile
 
Pumpkin and cucumber
 
 
Melon. Mandarin orange. Kiwi.Pineapple.
 


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote js Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 Sep 2011 at 4:01am
Those look really good.
Last night I made a vegetarian pizza with a Hawian flavor:  pineapple, green pepper, red pepper and onion. Jalapenos would be good on that too, but I didn't have any.
I preceded that with appetizers of peanuts, sesame sticks and hot crackers with a couple of gin and tonics.
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It is very interesting. I like pizza. The pizza of the Hawaii flavor is often sold also in Japan. However, if it is made from homemade, I respect you. Smile

And, the alcohol seems to be also delicious.

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they make a kind of pizza in Jersey called 'tomato pie' with the sauce over the cheese on a simple thin but doughy crust, it's friggin awesome

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote js Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Sep 2011 at 9:28pm
that sounds good, ... pizza places in the south are terrible. 
In SF I like that place on Valencia near 16th, at least I think it is Valencia, its been a long time. Actually it may be the street next to Valencia, anyway, it is real close to 16th.
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don't know it but that area has really improved, many very cool places and plenty of hipster activity (in a good way)
 
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Perhaps I thought that an apple and a pumpkin were liked as an autumn cooking ingredient in U.S.A. I do not understand it precisely.

As for the autumn cooking ingredient in season in at least Japan, a saury and a chestnut are liked.

A saury. A few onions and carrots. The seasoning is almost vinegar.

a saury
 
A cuttlefish. Celery. Paprika. The seasoning is almost salt.
 
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yes that's right, apples and particularly squash/pumpkins are favored in the fall (and of course widely available during the whole harvest period)
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It is wonderful. I am taken by the impulse that comes to often want to eat an apple pie.Smile
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oh there's nothing like the tart-meets-sweet of fresh apple pie
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The real cake is not sold to Japan either. All the Japanese cooks learn abroad. Furthermore, a Japanese is weak in homemade cooking like jam and a fruit sauce.Big smile
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yeah fruit preserves and baked goods are more common in the Euro-American tradition, though for pickling I think Asia out does us 
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I will put it here when I found some good dish.
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It's lunchtime in my neck of the woods.  Currently enjoying a vegetarian lunch special from Lawrence Cafe: hummus, babaganoush, falafel, and tabouli.
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That sounds good, especially if the taboulah is fresh.
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I usually break for lunch at 11:30, the place is close to my office, so I phone it in and It's ready when I get there, 10 minutes.  Beats the hell out of the fast food options in the area.  Being in a small office I usually eat at my station.  I used to be able to meet with my sister about once a week for lunch out but she's living down in Florida now.
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I like a nice MiddleEastern plate too, good baba (not Yaga) is a favorite .. anyone ever made your own falafel?  It's easy and like no falafel you've had; just get a good brand of mix in a box, hydrate and let sit, form in patties and fry in olive oil till golden brown on both sides.  Superb with your favorite hummus and all the fixins.





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My lunch today.
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That looks like a BLT     ...but with slight Japanese presentation.
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Looks like a PBLT to me









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