Photo #158: June 7
Another ramen place opened just recently in my neighborhood: Crazy Ramen (Panorama corner Lilac). Apparently, it is also owned by the same people behind Crazy Katsu along Lilac. Not the best ramen I’ve tasted, but it’s good enough. Currently, they have only 4 variants: shoyu (soy sauce), tonkotsu (pork bone), miso, and this one, hiyashi chuka (cold – with some sweet/salty sauce). Itadakimasu!
Photo #155: June 4
Cheese + almond + rice crackers = a satisfyingly crunchy & yummy snack! 😊
Photo $153: June 2
First time to try Ramen Kuroda, and it will definitely not be the last! I think their set meals are more sulit than Hokkaido Santouka’s, cheaper and yummier, too! Itadakimasu!
Photo #150: May 30
Snacks for today: Calbee’s ume & tarako butter Jagariko. Many of my students also like these. 😋 I want to go back to Japan to try other flavors. 😍
Photo #143: May 23
Willing to drive to Antipolo for some Jin-Zai Takoyaki! It tastes almost like Gindaco in Japan! I’m excited to try their other variants/toppings! 😋🐙
Photo #99: April 9
If only cup noodles were less bulky, I’d buy more of Nissin’s seafood-flavored one! It’s great that they come in a mini version, but it’s not enough for voracious people like me lol.
Photo #96: April 6
Latest stash of furikake (dry seasoning)! Some of these are good as viands already! With hot rice and garlic chili oil…oishii! I’m glad I bought extra, so my dad can take them when he goes back to the US. ^^ I also use these when teaching as I ask my students what the flavors are, hehe.