Tuesday, January 31, 2012

other January food

New Year's Day late dinner at Nihonbashi Tei, Arnaiz Ave. (Pasay Road), Makati City
(double date with A&C after catching a Metro Manila Film Festival movie earlier that evening)
katsudon and miso soup 
cold tea in a San Miguel Beer mug :D

January 2 lunch
inihaw na liempo from the neighborhood Andok's
with salted eggs & tomatoes and leftover vegetables from our anniversary dinner 

snacking on shawarma and bibingka while catching the C.O.D. display in Greenhills

despedida dinner with SFC friends, at Kanin Club
clockwise from top-left: sinigang rice, crispy dinuguan, pinakbet, laing

got upgraded to business class for the Manila-Hong Kong leg of my flight to Japan
fresh seasonal fruit; pan-fried Mediterranean sea bass with tomato concasse, parsley mashed potatoes, asparagus, fennel, and pumpkin; and hazelnut and chocolate cake with raspberry compote

economy class meal for the Hong Kong-Haneda leg 
I enjoyed this meal more though :)

And when I got to Japan, I came home to this! Cooked by the man of the house! 
(Ronjie left for Japan a week before I did.)
prawn sinigang

chocolate snacks
green tea Meltykiss Fran 
Lotte Charlotte (dark chocolate)

chili-garlic chicken with blanched broccoli 

lettuce-tomato-Bacos-parmesan salad with deep-roasted sesame dressing


Sukiya lunch
gyuudon and miso soup set meal

Kuya G's birthday feast!
there was dinuguan, puto, spaghetti, roasted chicken, bibingka, and adobo
Happy Birthday, Kuya Gian!
(his Baskin-Robbins ice cream cake) 
Kuya G's yummy homemade leche flan (using his mom's secret recipe)

flattened octopus at Enoshima (during our Kamakura-Enoshima day trip)

kinulang ako sa mayonnaise :D

sausages and scrambled eggs with onions and tomatoes 

the peel is still one piece!

supermarket-bought frozen siomai which we steamed at home

the Philippine papaya was really sweet!

tortang talong in the house!
we fried them on our stovetop grill, hence the grill marks :D

mixed nuts (nuts are supposedly a good source of folic acid)
walnuts, cashew, almonds, and pistachios

tinolang manok with just pechay 

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