One of my favorite movies is “Tampopo”. It is a Japanese film about food. A great movie to watch if you can get your hands on it. There is a central story about a truck driver helping a ramen shop owner improve her ramen, but there are many substories revolving around it. One of my favorite scenes from the movie is of a hobo making “omurice” (Omurice is simply fried rice with an omelette on top) for a young boy:
Annie made some fried rice last night so I quickly cooked and omelette, plated it up, and squirted on a little ketchup. It was great!
This blog is about the food and food-related experiences we have. Annie (my wife) is the main cook in our household but I run the grill and smoker outside and have been known to cook a couple of decent dishes from time to time.
I am inspired by such excellent food blogs like Rasa Malaysia and EatingAsia. I don’t aspire to be all that they are, but who knows? Let’s just sit back and see where this goes!
Scrambled Eggs w/ Parmesan and Rosemary
Recipe from “The Good Egg” by Marie Simmons, p 4.
The cheese really gave it a savory, meaty quality. The rosemary added a nice, piney aroma.
Annie is mistress of the kitchen while Nate is the master of the grill and smoker. We cook the homestyle Asian and Hawaiian foods of our younger days while also exploring the wider worlds of Western foods.
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