As usual, simply vegetable – fresh and cooked – for breakfast, and homemade yogurt.
A friend couple brought me cheese from Australia. I’ve had no experience of Australian cheese since then. Named Burramine blue, it was quite an unusual blue cheese; French ‘Fourme d’Ambert’ or ‘Tomme’ in look, French hard goat in texture. In spite of quite a good looking as a cheese, the cheese was a bit disappointing. […]
I grill bread on cast iron pan; then put Emmentaler cheese slices on it. The cheese melts fantastically with the heat remained. And dip the bread. Ricchissimo! I’d love more if the cheese is pungent raw-milk Raclette.
I had cheese fondue in classic Savoie style. There were four and had quite a portion of food beforehand. However, once ready, all four attacked and bombarded, and the fondue disappeared in a blink of an eye.
The breakfast for the second day after fasting, I chose foods with probiotics and enzymes. Cheonggukjang powder(fermented soybean powder) and yoghurt for probiotics and fresh papaya and basil pesto (with yoghurt) for enzymes. Principally because I wanted to help my abdominal organs to revitalise and I was sure that such probiotics and enzymes are most […]
I made my first poached egg, but the stupid timing made the york harden. Watching the egg and self-admiring a bit too long, I missed the right time to put ramen. The result was not satisfying, but I have learned how to make a beautiful poached-egg.
Having eggs fried, I was surprised by the yorks’ height. One or two of the four, in particular, stood strikingly high and appeared semi-globe. All the others dining with me uttered some exclamation. The yorks looked abnormal indeed. The eggs were the ones brought directly from the country house. They are quasi-wild hens’ eggs. Our […]
Here’s a tiny fried egg. It must be the first one in the course of the egg-laying period. It is indeed a moment of enjoying the wonder of a little thing: quasi-wild hen’s egg.
My mistake, my usual embarrassing habit. There’s always no photos when the food is excellent.