Thursday, December 8, 2011

Japanese Journal #4




  In Prince George, there's little in the way of tasty, fasionable cuisine; in Vancouver, though, you can find it anywhere you look.
  Last week, I went to Vancouver. Since I had never before eaten African cuisine, I decided to have dinner with my mom, aunt, and cousins at an Ethiopian restaurant.
  At this restaurant, dinner was served without cutlery (ed: I originally wrote だいどころようひん, "kitchenware", instead of cutlery); instead, on top of our plate, there was a large, flat piece of fermented sourdough bread. We used this bread to pick up our food. We ate spicy [chunks of] beef, chicken, lamb, pork, and vegetables. We also drank mango juice. It was delicious.
  Now, I can say that I've eaten African food. Vancouver restaurants are quite nice.


Naomi said...

Ugh I want Ethiopian food!!!

Jeremy K. said...

RE Naomi

I'm just curious: can you see the Japanese symbols on your computer, or are you just reading the translation?

Naomi said...

Yup, I see the Japanese characters. i might have downloaded a plugin for Firefox a long time ago that allows me to though...i can't remember.

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