Thursday, March 27, 2008

Sauteed Pork with Salt Sauce

Hi there!
It is nice and warm again :)

Yesterday, when I got home, I found some aspirin under the table...
It seems like my boyfriend had a hangover!
Then, I opened the refrigerator and found that he has left and put his breakfast there...

He should have told me that he didn't feel like eating!
I could have saved time preparing!!!
Anyway, I served him that for his dinner, ha-ha.

Last night, since I could save time cooking dinner, I rebooked our plane tickets.
Actually, I needed to make a payment for the extra cost because the fuel surcharge increased. So I used this opportunity to cancel and rebook them. I found little cheaper ones due to the exchange fluctuations. They didn't make up for the extra cost, but were better than before.
Hope I'm all set now.

You know what! I hate my supervisor!
He is still in his 40s but has low energy and does everything very slowly. Also, he never listens to people. He just does what he believes is right. In addition, I don't like him cleaning his ears at his desk!

Today, I had a chance to translate another recipe.
It is my most popular recipe!
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Sauteed Pork with Salt Sauce

Difficulty: Easy
Time: 5-10min
Number of servings: 2-3

Ingredients:
200g (0.4lb.) thinly sliced pork
100g (0.2lb.) onion
A
* 1 tbsp. grated ginger
* 1 tbsp. sake
* 0.5 tsp. salt
* 1 piece finely chopped garlic
sesame oil
cracked black pepper
shredded cabbage

Directions:
1. Cut thinly sliced pork into bite-size and season with A. Slice the onion.
2. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan, and fry sliced onion until slightly softened.
3. Add seasoned pork in the pan and saute until pork is no longer pink.
4. Finish with cracked black pepper and dash of sesame oil.
5. Serve over shredded cabbage.

My original recipe in Japanese is here.
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Enjoy!

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