Archive for July, 2010
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After receiving an advance copy of Underground Traffic Blueprints, I spent a good part of my weekend going over some of the methods being taught in this new program. Here is my report:
Every year, we start off our string of summer festivals (Natsu Matsuri) with the Aizen Matsuri. This is held along one of Osaka’s main streets (Tanimachi Suji), near the large Shittenoji temple complex. It’s a 15-minute walk from our place and a great way to kick off summer. However, every year, we get lambasted by a deluge of rain (this is our Rainy Season). This year, we were in luck. Not too hot. Not too cold. No rain. Just right. Even Goldilocks would have been happy.
We strolled the numerous stalls and grazed with delight. Here, Rieko is eating Karaage (deep fried chicken). This vendor had gone the extra and created Karaage in three flavours (garlic, curry, and soy sauce). A smart move, as he has to compete against a number of other Karaage vendors.
I found one of my favourites, Koro Koro Bataa (round pieces of cooked potato, browned on a large cooking surface, and served with butter) Koro Koro means to roll around and Bataa is the Katakanaized version of butter.