Saturday, January 30, 2010

Winter Term, Day Twenty Four: Pan-tastic Pan-Asian

Another West Side Market and Trader Joe's trip, with an added stop at Seoul Korean Market as well (I got a crushed pear drink as well as pickled daikon and dumpling wrappers).

Tonight's meal was a Pan-Asian selection of goodies:

Curry udon with beef, carrots, onions and potatoes by Michael
Tteokbokki (a Korean chili stew) with whole hard boiled eggs, garlic chives, daikon, and Korean rice cakes by Eliza
Mushroom broth by Amanda
Tuna, pickled daikon, lettuce, carrot, avocado, cucumber and green onion sushi by me (More than half the green onions came from the ones growing in my kitchen... I'm impressed!)

Chris got her adorable rice bowl sans nori, and Yoshi and Mike helped us devour all things on the table, but we had enough food to feed twice as many people, even after we stuffed ourselves.

Also, I only really seem to be painfully stuffed after Asian meals. I do love them so. Everyone else was stuffed as well, so before we cleaned up, we watched Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death. A good humorous lull in the evening.


Sandhya said...

It looks delicious. I guess the avocados turned out okay.

Ma'ayan said...

At least one of them did... the others I'm eating in sandwiches and making into guacamoleeeeeee.