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originally posted by: visitedbythem
originally posted by: musicismagic
Having this: savorjapan.com...
I work for a top Japanese company in California. Over 40 years. My talent, and hobby is cooking. I often cook Japanese style Hot pots. Another favorite is a pork dish. Ton Katsu
originally posted by: lux666
a reply to: visitedbythem
usually I ate turkey, some soup and pumpkin at home.
but this year I decided make it different: Ice cream as the main course.
with mandarine drink and chicken wrapped in tortilla, sauce,
in a coffe shop with mountain view.
and giving thanks for all the blessings.
originally posted by: tamusan
a reply to: musicismagic
When we are in Japan, my wife's big uncle takes us to an awesome place in the mountains for Tonkatsu. My wife says it is called Shirokujaku Shokudo in Aizu-wakamatsu Shi, Fukushima.
I haven't found a place in the U.S. that has good Tonkatsu. My wife makes it for me instead and she does a pretty good job.
originally posted by: Enduro
Ham , turkey , loaded/regular mashed potato’s , Mac and cheese , stuffing , green bean casserole , orange cranberry relish , candy apple sliced , apple and pumpkin pie w/ whipped cream!
All supplied by Honey Baked Ham company lol. I slaved over the stove on Thanksgiving for 20+ years so anymore we either go out or buy the complete setup.
I told my kids I will come out of retirement and start cooking again when I get my first grandchild!
*Edit* I did make homemade bread though!