Lunch Log: Week 80 Day 3
I think I’m happy with the spicy sauce I’ve appropriated from store bought spicy salmon jumeok bap; an alternative to sriracha mayo. Lunch is ponzu seasoned eggplant, cucumber, kale namul, ganmadoki, tomato, alpine strawberries, plum and mixed sushi (spicy BBQ chicken, BBQ chicken with cucumber & takuan and inari)
Lunch Log: Week 80 Day 1
Feeling rather worn out from BBB but managed to prep ratatouille veggies to go with pasta. Cherry tomatoes, rocket, zucchini & eggplant and prawns to go with garlic & kale dressed spaghetti
Lunch Log: Week 78 Day 4
With temperatures set to soar it’s best to go for something cool. Mixed sushi with tomatoes, carrot croquettes, miso simmered veggies & konnyaku, soy eggplant and sausage slices. The sushi selection was: smoked salmon inside out roll inari crabstick inside out roll
Lunch Log: Week 78 Day 1
Hopefully this lunch would boost recovery; nothing beats sushi. Lunch is teriyaki konnyaku, tomatoes, broad beans, kale namul with inari sushi, rainbow maki (benishoga, carrot, takuan, sorrel & spring onion, soy eggplant) and crabstick makuzushi
Lunch Log: Week 77 Day 2
A reward for putting up with sawdust and fresh paint in the house: temari sushi* with kale salad, broccoli, tomato, egg, meat balls and eggplant with feta & basil.
Lunch Log: Week 76 Day 5
It’s sunny outside but I’m inside 🙁 Lunch is broccoli namul, pork belly gyoza, tomato, soy eggplant, steamed prawns, spinach namul, egg white and takuan.
The week starts with haggis
The idea to throw a BBQ for any occasion is not a very original nor unfamiliar motion for a pair of Australians, and to have 2 ‘special’ calendar events in sequence doubles the chances for proceeding. Spawned to celebrate this years Burns Night and Australia day, the game was afoot to use as much haggis […]
Lunch Log: Week 24 Day 5
Tamagoyaki: a classic bento item, but the eggs I used look a little pale. It’s another stuff-whatever-in-sushi day!
Lunch Log: Week 24 Day 4
I have no idea how long you can keep homemade mayonnaise but it’s tasting more limey (as it should!). Yet more proof that fat/oil is the way to go to make vegetables more tasty *sigh*
Lunch Log: Week 24 Day 3
Burning sesame seeds slightly wasn’t a complete disaster: it added a little more umami into the sesame pak choi. The good old hoarding meant that I could boost the protein count with some miniburgers: so surf and turf time!