Either the British are getting a bit skittish or the devalued money supply is about to blow up. None of this is something that hasn’t happened in one form or another in the past. The concern arises from the combination of an incredibly weak dollar and a stock market poised to plummet off a cliff combined with monstrous public debt and government spending out of control. Add a serial liar clueless leader into the mix who is single-handedly destroying one sixth of the American economy and you are not going to create confidence.
I expected everything to make it past the 28th of this month. Maybe I was wrong.
Maybe it is time to invest in canned goods and shotgun shells? I could just stop reading the articles on the internet? Both strategies have their advantages.
This is almost as easy as the Usagi Ringo. It is the Japanese version of a roll-up. Take cheese, ham, and a nori wrapper. Roll together and keep in place with a toothpick. What will those Japanese think of next? … Continue reading →
I got the nori and the rice together and made some simple riceballs (Onigiri). I did not try any of the optional fillings since this is my first rice ball attempt. Basically, we have rice with a little salt wrapped … Continue reading →
Bento is a traditional Japanese home-packed meal. It can be quite ornate with artistic representations of anime characters, cartoon characters, or natural scenes made out of the food items included in the meal.
In short, bento isn’t just a meal, it can be an artistic presentation as well. If you have some time, you should do an image search for “bento” on Google. You will be amazed by the variety, the colors, and the creativity.
Manga Cooking Begins Now! Using The Manga Cookbook like a ninja on a mission, I’ve made a few Saturday morning creations; Usagi Ringo (Apple slices that remind one of rabbits), Tamago Tomadachi (Eggs as rabbits and chicks), Tako Sausage (cocktail … Continue reading →