japanese people peel everything

Fun fact (Jap edition): Japanese people peel everything. Seriously; apples, pears, peaches, FIGS, GRAPES. ALL THE FRUITS.

Do you know how hard peeling grapes is? Borderline impossible.

So, as you can imagine, things didn’t go down too well when I told my Japanese friends I can eat an entire apple, stalk and all. Tehehe I accidently….

Okay, but in their defense, most Japanese fruit are gigantic. For example, the apples are the size of my dad’s head and their grapes the size of golf balls. And, I hear they have massive pears, too (I’m holding out for those). Oh, and since this post is all over the place and I’ve already gone on a tangent, let me quickly just say, I’ve literally been spotting hundreds of premature figs, persimmons and kiwi-fruits everywhere – the anticipation is killing me!

Anyways, since I don’t have any relevant fruity snaps for this post, please visually feast on the following photographs of my recent dinner parties, instead:
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PS: if you’d like the recipe for anything just ask meeee

oops i did it again

What is wrong with me? I’ve become obsessed with Mexican food! I blame seaweed and pickled plum. That, and living alone is hard. I mean, I like the freedom of having my own space (especially as a writer/someone who enjoys to write-not sure if I can call myself a writer yet…) but coming home, and waking up to, the silence of an unshared home is, well, lonely. So, I invite people over and serve them food which just happen to be Tacos.
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Corn salsa:
2 cups cooked corn kernels
1 red capsicum (diced, small)
1/2 red onion (diced, small)
juice of half a lime
1 tsp olive oil
salt and pepper

Mix errythang together, das all.