Posted in Cooking, Feelings, Japanese Food

Buta Shabu (Pork Claypot)

It’s still nice to eat Nabe (pot dish); therefore, I cooked a pot dish, Buta Shabu (Pork Claypot).

Swing a slice of pork in hot soup to cook (not to over cook) and eat with two different sauce: sesame dressing with Chinese chili oil, and ponzu (citrus soy sauce), daikon (white radish) and bannou negi (chive).

Last I had a small potion of udon (rice noodle).


It’s not a reward day or cheating day. 

But how can I refuse this…?

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