Monday, April 4, 2022

Food During Winter In San Jose

SOMETHING NEW TO ME... and I learn how to cook them from my daughter-in-law.... 

Now I am back home, I cannot remember the names of these dishes.... Before I forget what I have eaten, I have this need to put these pictures up in my blog before they go permanently deleted in my folder.  

Looking back now, we did not eat out much, since everything could be obtained in the supermarkets, it is best to cook these food by ourselves.  

We love seafood... 
A pot of just prawns, mussels and clams.... 
The sauce consists of some butter, cajun and chili flakes... 
That is all I remember... LOL... 
Don't be deceived by the small quantity....
The seafood was very filling!
Next comes Korean... pancake with seafood... 
I made a mess out of it... 
Doesn't taste like what we ate in the Korean restaurant... 
LOL... 
This is Kimchi soup.... 
Does not look appetizing now...
But on a cold winter night, a hot pot of soup was very satisfying... 
Another dish my daughter-in-law made...
Rice balls with pieces of spam and spices... 
Made some chicken can soup and a pot of Vietnamese noodles.... 
Fusion of the east and west....
Something I won't be able to get from my hometown for sure...
Now I am missing the winter!

6 comments:

  1. I love seafood too but they are not cheap here. When it is cold, everything tastes good. Here, you will be tempted to eat out instead of cooking all the time. Lol!

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  2. Mussels, prawns and clam for the win! We love those so much, just throw into the steamboat, so nice to eat and the soup will turn out really sweet and delicious!

    I'm not into Korean but the ladies in the house are so into Korean dishes - in fact, I have a Korean dish in my blogpost tomorrow. My girl cooked it that day! Hop over, ya!!!

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  3. My kind of meal! Seafood!! Add some white wine to the seafood. Slurp!!

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  4. The food looks so tasty! Hope you can make these dishes at home.

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  5. She cooks like a chef!! Will you remember her recipes so you can cook them back in ipoh? Gosh, you've been gone a long time!

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  6. Wah..the seafood will make many seafood lovers drool! Your pancake and kimchi soup look wonderful to me. I will gladly sit down and eat! LOL!

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