Favorite Chinese Take Out Dish

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“Spicy Fish” Cedar Park, 2019

I’ve been enjoying the Spicy Fish from Asia Café for years now, and it surprises me that the taste is still as I remember the first time I ate it. The to-go container has changed a couple of times (and the portion my be slightly smaller) but the flavor is still yummy, oily, and hot. It’s great! I’m not sure what kind of fish fillet they actually use, but someone once said it was catfish. But another person said tilapia. I guess I could just ask the restaurant next time, but I like the mystery of not knowing. 😆

I hope you had a nice day!

またね~

Hamburg Steak

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“Hamburg Steak” Cedar Park, 2019

Dinner tonight was Hamburg Steak. It’s a popular dish in Japan, and Mariko made a sweet teriyaki-style sauce for it which made it even more delicious. A small salad, miso soup (made with homemade miso), and fluffy rice make it a perfect meal. 😌

I hope you had a nice day!

またね~

Burger Time at Mooyah

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“Gorging on Burgers” Cedar Park, 2019

I’m just gonna let the photos speak for themselves. (Sorry, vegetarians!)

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“Double Burger” Cedar Park, 2019
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“Double Burger” Cedar Park, 2019

I hope you had a nice day!

またね~

Yakiniku Dinner

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“Yakiniku” Cedar Park, 2019

Friday dinner: Yakiniku! Pork, beef, jalapeño, onion, kimchee, leafy lettuce, shiitake, sigeumchi-namul, kongnamool, cheese, pickled daikon/carrot, and Scotch Bonnet peppers… yum!!!

Yakitori Dinner at Home

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“Yakitori” Cedar Park, 2019

こんばんは。How’s it going?

This evening we made yakitori on the grill. Was yummy! Mariko said the meat was a little overcooked because we kept it on too long to get a nice char, so next time we’ll up the flame a bit so the grill marks arrive earlier.

Besides the chicken, we added onion, and since we didn’t have any green onion in the fridge, we added jalapeño peppers for a bit of color. I guess these were Texas-style yakitori skewers. 😆

Oh, and another thing… we didn’t soak the skewers in water beforehand, so they burned pretty badly. Oh well, next time!

Hope you had a nice day.

またね~

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“Yakitori on the Grill” Cedar Park, 2019
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“Yakitori Basting” Cedar Park, 2019
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“Yakitori on the Grill” Cedar Park, 2019