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ozkai 05-12-2009 11:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RadioKid (Post 714684)
歌舞伎揚げ:kabukiage

Fried rice cake



Package (pack in pack)



Once my college from Australia loved this fried rice cake saying "I have never eaten such tasty stuff!".

And so do I:)

I guess not so difficult to find good Japanese snacks in Sydney, but Cairns is another story.

We have a few shops but very small and limited in selection.

I'd rather my son eat these instead of extra salty and oily Australian potato chips.

I had some green beans "Eta mume" (spelling) today at the Sushi train shop.

For dinner I had Agedashi Tofu, Ebi Fry, and special white fish of the day:)

Your photos are making me hungry, and missing Japan:ywave:

RadioKid 05-12-2009 11:50 AM

ほっけ
 
:ホッケ:ほっけ:Pleurogrammus azonus、Arabesque greenling

Grilled



I like this very much.

RadioKid 05-12-2009 11:54 AM

イカ
 
イカ:いか; squid

grilled.



ゲソ:げそ;Geso

The legs are also served as GESO.


RadioKid 05-12-2009 11:56 AM

かわえび
 
川海老:かわえび;kawa-ebi;rever shrimp

fried


RadioKid 05-12-2009 12:06 PM

やきとり
 
焼き鳥:やきとり;Yaki-tori; grilled chicken

ねぎま:negima; Chicken and green onion.

Very standard Yakitori



はつ:heart of chicken

I don't really like this....



レバ:れば;liver



ぼんじり;bonjiri:Tail of chicken

This is my recommendation. Only one piece can be taken from one chicken.
Tasty!



軟骨:なんこつ;nankotsu;soft bone of chicken


RadioKid 05-12-2009 12:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ozkai (Post 715241)
And so do I:)

I guess not so difficult to find good Japanese snacks in Sydney, but Cairns is another story.

We have a few shops but very small and limited in selection.

I'd rather my son eat these instead of extra salty and oily Australian potato chips.

I had some green beans "Eta mume" (spelling) today at the Sushi train shop.

For dinner I had Agedashi Tofu, Ebi Fry, and special white fish of the day:)

Your photos are making me hungry, and missing Japan:ywave:

I'm sorry making you miss Japan.

So much for today!

RadioKid 05-15-2009 02:25 PM

あんきも
 
アン肝:あんきも;AN-KIMO;アンコウの肝;Liver of an angler who lives deep in the sea.

Boild or steamed and then Served.

It tastes like "foie gras". I like AN-KIMO much better.

kyo_9 05-15-2009 04:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RadioKid (Post 714689)
柿ピー: 柿の種 with ピーナッツ; seeds of parsimmon with peanuts

"seeds of parsimmon" is not real seeds. they are rice cake coated by soy sauce.



In small package.



Every time I visited Germany, local people loved these packs very much because of its spicy taste.

I also enjoyed eating this..
it is very spicy at times and a good snack when I'm watching movies..
:vsign:

RadioKid 06-19-2009 12:20 PM

いか
 
烏賊:イカ;ika; squid

We eat squid as sashimi (raw) in Japan.

Also ika-no-maruyaki (grilled squid) is tasty with ginger.



Ika-no-Shiokara (fermented Squid) would be hard for foreign people.



Ika-no-kunsei (smoked squid) or ika-kun is my favorite.



Surume or Saki-ika(torn dried squid) is cheap and easy to keep at bottle side.



This is the squid just after dried (surume).


yuujirou 06-20-2009 01:21 PM

i personally prefer eihirei or ikura >.>''


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