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InLinkz seems to be glitchy today...found out that it picked two featured players! No worries, happy to feature not one, but TWO yummy food posts for this week!

This week's Featured Food Friday players are ...

Ms. Kim, with her post Squash and String Beans in Coconut Milk, on her blog: @my tabletop.

I am a big fan of anything with coconut milk (usually) so this one definitely gets a thumbs-up from me! I haven't tried cooking this version (with pork), but would love to try it! I just love it when one basic recipe gets different variations. I believe that that's what cooking (and eating) is all about anyway:  it's a personal thing!


Ms. Oggi, with her blog post Matcha Daifuku, on her blog: I Can Do That!

I first tasted mochi a couple of years back and I instantly loved it! It reminded me of the 'kakanins/local snacks" we usually have at home. You know, the ones with coconut milk and/or sticky rice. I love mochi mixed in with yogurt, or paired with a delicate tea. I haven't tried making it myself, though. If you want to know how it's made, then go and check out Ms. Oggi's post; and see the different versions she made. You'll love it!
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Japanese Food: my post for this week.
Nope, not my cooking. Though I wish it was. lol.

upper LEFT: Kani Salad
upper RIGHT: Gomoku Ramen
lowest pic: Chicken Teriyaki

I have been craving for some hot ramen/noodles the couple of days and that's why when we got the chance to go out as a family this week (just the two kids and I), we had lunch in one of our fave restaurants, Kimono Ken. As usual, we just had to have hot gomoku ramen, kani salad, teriyaki chicken, sashimi, and kani tempura (last two dishes not in the pic). Surprisingly, no rice this time; and am glad, since we were full after we slurped and chomped everything down!

Gomoku Ramen
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9 shared thoughts:

Unknown at: Fri Feb 15, 12:47:00 AM GMT+8 said...

i already linked twice...nothing happened.:(

Kim, USA at: Fri Feb 15, 12:59:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Yay thanks for picking my squash and beans with coconut milk I do appreciate it. And yes in cooking it should be personal hehe. Variations is a must to attain perfection ^_^


Hazel at: Fri Feb 15, 02:09:00 AM GMT+8 said...

No doubt Kim's dish is yummy. I'm also a fan of both ginataan and Japanese cuisine, chicken teriyaki - delicious! My food this week is not anything I cooked either. I've been dependent on cafes and restaurants these past two weeks. Happy weekend, and thanks again for hosting.

Oggi at: Fri Feb 15, 10:27:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Sarap the ramen a la Tampopo.:)

Yay and thanks for picking my mochi.

Dominique Goh at: Fri Feb 15, 11:13:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I love Japanese food too:) Love the selection that you featured this week.

maiylah at: Fri Feb 15, 03:50:00 PM GMT+8 said...

@LM: so happy that your link got posted! maybe you just had to wait for a bit... :)

@Manang Kim: so true! :)

@Hazel: loved your sweet post. i do like to get away from cooking every now and then. lol. am sure my sons appreciate the break, too! :P

@Ms. Oggi: lol. you're welcome!

@Dominique: many people have learned to love and appreciate Japanese cooking! love the health benefits :)

thank you all so much for leaving comments and links! much much appreciated! <3

Unknown at: Sat Feb 16, 02:08:00 AM GMT+8 said...

i love kani salad--it's my usual order starter at a Japanese resto. the ramen looks good!

Intelliblog at: Sat Feb 16, 11:19:00 AM GMT+8 said...

A very luscious selection of food today!
Thanks for hosting.

maiylah at: Sat Feb 16, 02:44:00 PM GMT+8 said...

@LM: us, too! happy my sons like it. :)

@Nicholas: oh, i agree! :D

thanks for joining again this week, guys!
really, much appreciated! <3

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