I’m interested in cooking but cooking is uninterested with me. LOL! I am a struggling cook and the foods I make are only good for my personal consumption. I have no plans of endangering others’ lives, should they swallow or chew, it doesn’t matter, the stuffs I prepare.
I just passed the 2-month old mark of staying here in Japan and at last, I finally decided to use the kitchen. Yes, the kitchen had been frigid (haha) for the past 60 days. Armed with newly-bought cooking wares, I started my ritual to guide me on my first cooking encounter. I pushed the exhaust button, started the fire, and I knew I am on a great battle.
As soon as the water boils, the bubbles started to hypnotize me. Instead of the raw food to cook, I took my camera and started shooting. LOL, abstract art has its way of diverting one's attention.
After a couple of shots, its time to be serious as my stomach grunted continuously. So here I was, filling the frying pan with oil and the most-difficult-thing-to-cook, longganisa. If you can call it cooking, oh well, LOL! At least I tried.
For two consecutive days, I prepared the same meal and believe it or not, I am fully satisfied. Eaten with raw egg and hot rice, its more than enough, plus an ice-cold Coke. Whew! Often times, it is served during breakfast but I had it for dinner. Time doesn’t matter as long as I have something to eat. I’m too lazy to go out on weekends just to have lunch or dinner in some fast food chains.
How I wish I can cook the way my mother cooks adobo, or the way my father cooks pochero. Oh, I can only wish.
But next week, I’ll challenge myself more; I already have something in mind for Saturday and Sunday – the equally sweat generating spam. LOL!
Go out and find a Japanese wife. :)ReplyDelete
wait lang winnie :-) malapit na hahaReplyDelete
jusme, puro bawal sau yang pinagkakain mo a, hahaha...nasaan ang specialty mong sinigang? hehehe...buti pa un, di pa bawal, masarap pa...sana nga, makakita ka na ng haponesa jan...a, kahit anong lahi, basta asawa, hehehe...ReplyDelete
@mata, bawal ba? kaya pala masarap ang bawal. hahaReplyDelete
wag nyo naman akong pressurin. darating din ako diyan. haha
hahaha! oo nga wag natin e pressure c totomai baka mamaya lang mabalitaan na natin nag asawa bigla :). pero mabuti na rin yung may nag alaga mai, kaya simulan muna ;)para may taga luto, taga linis at taga laba, parang d asawa ang hanap mo kng ganyan parang katulong, ano? hihihi. Go totomai! kaya mo yan.ReplyDelete
haha, madaming katulong dito sa tokyo kav, yung mga naka costume ba.. malamang pwede na siguro un pansamantalaReplyDelete
did you update dates on some posts? I swear I saw some of them before!ReplyDelete
@benj, sa multiply mo yun nakita heheReplyDelete
naknampatatas! pati pagluluto nadamay sa photography! Adik! :-)ReplyDelete
atty, haha, oo nga adik na kung adik haha sarap e heheReplyDelete
cooking should be a very pleasing hobby. as for me, i have mastered cooking ONLY one dish: pork sinigang! my favorite, yum yum...ReplyDelete
@tukayo, dont worry magaling din ako magluto hahaReplyDelete
sheeeeet! ang ganda na naman ng bagong template. turuan mo naman ako please!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
the beginning of this was funny. if you go into the kitchen to cook and begin getting sidetracked on things to photograph (LOL!), then i think you don't belong in the kitchen. i agree with scion, go get yourself a japanese wife.... he-he! too funny.ReplyDelete
@atty, PM kita mamaya kung pano ko nagawa ang template na yan, lol. basta wag mo lang tawanan heheReplyDelete
@rebecca, thanks for dropping by. hehe. yes, now more pressure's coming in.lol
tukayo, nice new customized blog layout :)ReplyDelete
tukayo, wala lang kasing magawa hahaReplyDelete