Thursday, October 16, 2008

Cheers! Omurice

It's a beautiful day without a cloud in the sky! I really wanted to have a cup of coffee at a cafe near the station instead of going to work...

Anyway, do you know Omurice? It is a thin fried egg wrapped chicken rice (seasoned with ketchup), shaped like an omelet. The fancy one comes with a runny omelet on top of the chicken rice! Which is meltingly delicious. My boyfriend loves it in that way!
Omurice is a very popular home-cooked meal in Japan. I think most Japanese moms have served this at least once at home! It can be found at most restaurants in Japan, too!

Wow! It's quite some time ago, but in May, I made a funny omurice! Those fingers are sausages! I drew nails and the beer foam using mayonnaise. Funny, right? The word "おつかれさま★" in Japanese means "Have a nice evening! (after work)".
My boyfriend liked this idea ;)

Video Recipe Available :D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJPOHS3qyx8

You know what!? I just received a message from Tokyo Marathon Organization and they said that the lottery (will be held in the middle of November) is highly competitive. There were 260,000 applicants but only 35,000 people could run. Hope I could participate...

Okay, I gotta stop. Have a nice day ;)

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4 comments:

  1. Konnichiwa Ochi San.this is really funny and cute.
    I tried omurice,but i think your style is really good for me.coz i love cute designs.

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  2. Konnichiwa merce!

    I thought you know omurice ;) You know Japanese stuff very well! You can try this to your husband! It's very easy ;)

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  3. I never heard of Omurice before Ochi! A good idea to put on outside of fried rice. Clever the way you made yours, I love sausage especially Bob Evans Sausage here.

    Good luck on your lottery. Hey I won $10.00 yesterday on lottery numbers, and $3.00 today! Maybe 13is lucky after all! :)

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  4. Ohayo jo!

    I'm glad that I explained it in detail ;) It looks like a western-style dish, so I thought a bit that everyone knows! I just checked Bob Evans Sausage on the Net! I remember this package! I think I saw this at a supermarket in NY. I have never tried it but my boyfriend would like it!!!

    Wow! $10!? Congratulations :)
    I have never won more than the price of the lotto itself!!! I need to look for my lucky numbers, jo!

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