It’s that time of the year that attracted thousand of people to our very own Japan town. Baby crying, kids chasing each other and you can see all there too. We can see many kind of hand craft item and delicious snack there. I normally pickup Japanese incense (Cedarwood) there for relaxing. Though this will be totally different story for Japan and it is national holiday.
After a long wait and we finally got a sit for our late lunch. The colorful sushi just too pretty to eat. Ahi tuna is just to die for, bake oyster just perfect to end the meal. Lastly, sake to wash it down…
Yes, I’ve had a very healthy breakfast this week. Basically, yogurt, fruits and hot tea for breakfast. However, I do missed those crispy bacon, potatoes tots, bagel, waffle, scramble eggs and more. But I choose to be good this week. Hopefully, I can shave off a little weight to summer to be hot mama.
It’s spring meaning lots of out door activities during weekend. We made this delicious garlic herb butter roasted corn. Whoa I can’t believe it was a hit. I bought 10 ears of corns and it wasn’t enough for 5 people though…
The most important this is it took less than 10mins to prepare and everyone loves it. All I need are…melted salted butter, chopped parsley leaves, garlic (finely minced), honey, corn, cut into 2-inch pieces and lastly paprika.
Just prepare the garlic-herb butter mixture by combining the butter, parsley, garlic and honey. Stir to combine well. Than boil the corn about 5 minutes. Drained. Brush the butter mixture generously on each corn, then finish off by “roasting” them on a cast-iron grill pan on high heat, for about 5 minutes, or until the surface is slightly charred.
Long and hard day at work! Well it all work out well because once I have privilege to enjoy the fancy lunch at work. Starting with crispy olives with lemon ah so good. I don’t normally like olive but after I try and I will eat it more. Appetizer is to die for whoa the crab cake pinot noir sundried tomato pesto and garlic aioli so good and the killer fried Brussels Sprouts with serrano chiles and honey. I instantly feel like in heaven just wish the portion is a little bigger. I got mixed greens with marinated shaved fennell, cara cara oranges, rocotta salata and a champagne vinaigrette. Well the entree were Duck confit with warm greens, goat cheese, bacon, finger potatoes and sherry vinaigrette finished with a fig reduction. Those duck confit got a little burn but still moist inside so I am totally enjoy it. Also the Pea sprout risotto with aged parmesan cheese, grilled asparagus and gribiche relish. The risotto was creamy and yummy. Then down to dessert and it was almond cheesecake with orange glaze and dark chocolate sauce. So pretty and yummy to eat it though. Finally wash it down with two type of beverages and there are Wild black berry iced tea and blood orange sparkling soda water. Understood, we are in fast pace company and when you have this kind of meal for lunch. All the pain just gone after this kind delicious meal. I really grateful that I am in this company. p/s: Thank you so much chef Joe Ligouri for the amazing meal.
I was in the 2nd round of the interviewed for internal transfer but I got a rejection this morning. Geez, it was hard to swallow and I still need to keep my cool and calm. Really didn’t see this coming because the interviewed process went well. Though I do realized transfer within an organization is not easy.
Am I sad and disappointed! Yes of course, but life goes on and that will push me further to stand up tall and move forward and stop bickering about it. Bottom line never feels good to get rejection.