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Japanese Soul Food April 1, 2010

Posted by Elisa Hough in Food and Drink.
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There’s this delicious Japanese food called okonomiyaki. It’s like a giant savory pancake omelet full of veggies, meat and sometimes noodles. This one here has cabbage, pickled ginger, onions and Okinawan soba.

Yusuke-san, who works here at the Sora House, cooked up an okonomiyaki feast for us! This is soon to be topped with a special okonomiyaki sauce (similar to the thick plum sauce), mayonnaise and Bonito flakes.

So good! Just a few potatoes away from a proper Passover celebration.

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1. Elise - April 1, 2010

Oh, crazy! My brother’s friend Jesse, who has been obsessed with Japanese culture forever and ever, made okonomiyaki for everyone at one of my brother’s birthdays. This was back when my bro was in his teens. Ages ago, but I still remember it, and we have a bunch of pictures in our family album. Bon appetit! (Google tells me that it’s “douzo meshiagare!” or “itadakimas!” in Japanese.)

2. Laserbeak - April 2, 2010

Not sure if want.

Elisa - April 2, 2010

Fool I only just figured out who this is. Why so secretive?

3. Laserbeak - April 2, 2010

How did you find out?

Elisa - April 2, 2010

Google searched, then facebook searched your e-mail address.

4. Laserbeak - April 2, 2010

Creepy… You coulda just asked!

5. Morgan - April 3, 2010

DAMN this looks HELLA good :):):)


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