Saturday, September 29, 2012

Edomura Nikko



Edomura or Edo wonderland is an amusement park of Edo period (1603-1868). As soon as stepping into the theme park you will feel you are back to Edo time because of the atmosphere, buildings,  the costume are all set to that of Edo time. All of the staff dress up in Edo-style Kimono , set up their hair style to that time, and walking around. 
Apart from that, various kinds of shows are held throughout the day both in theater and outdoor. In a regular show, Ninjas fighting, Water magic  show, Edo judge system, Oiran show, Oiran parade, comic show, etc.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Vegetables Soup


This vegetable soup is introduced on TV programs for the purpose of weight loss . The recipe is introduced by a popular model Suzanne who previously took this soup for weight loss. According to the show, replace one meal with this soup for a month could reduce up to 7kg! The rest of other two meals can take as liking, of course not a heavy buffet, regular meals would be fine. This detox soup is suitable for a person who does not have time to do exercise or not a fan of work out that much. It will gradually reduce the weight as consuming this soup. The more you consume the more weight you will likely to lose as indicated in the show. But eating the same soup every day can be boring therefore adding some spices like curry powder, garlic, pepper, chilly sauce to the soup is recommended. The benefit of taking this soup is:
  • Fat burning  
  • Weight loss 
  • Improve constipation 
The taste is very similar to minestrone soup because the tomato base soup but much lighter. I usually cook this in a big volume, keep it in a fridge and warm up the serving portion. I sometimes add some additional vegetables that remain in my fridge.

Friday, September 21, 2012

ミャンマーの卵カレー


卵カレーは私が一番好きなカレーです。ほとんどのビルマ人は間違いなくこのカレーを好むと思います。このカレーは非常にシンプルな食材を使用し、作りやすく、ご飯によく合う、もちろんとても美味しいカレーです。ミャンマーではアヒルの卵を使用し、良い味と風味が出る、もちろん鶏の卵でも同様に良いです。作る方法がいろいろありますが今日は、最もシンプルで簡単な方法を紹介します。

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Burmese sour soup (ခ်ဥ္ရည္ဟင္း)

Burmese sour soup or Chin Yay Hin is a common soup that is eaten with curry. Burmese curry is a bit oily for that reason it is usually served with sour soup, pounded chilies or Napiyay with fresh vegetables and accompany by other types of salad. Using seasonal vegetables such as roselle leaves, radish, mustard green leaves, young tamarind leaves, etc. is very common.
Sometimes mixing available vegetables to make the soup also possible. Today I use Chinese watercress since it's in season now.



Saturday, September 15, 2012

Butternut squash pottage



Butternut squash has a natural sweetness and richly flavored hence its best to make a soup or pottage. It also contains vitamin sources like beta carotene, iron, vitamin c, and so on. Starting a day with Butternut squash pottage on a a winter day would be an idea dishes but in summer chilled soup is equally good.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Edamame Soup


Edamame Soup is a hearty soup with full fragrant of green soybean . The soup is extremely healthy too as I use soy milk instead of fresh cream and milk, exclude onion and soup mixes to make the soup a bit lighter. The richness, silky smooth puree and nice fragrant from the soybean really boost the appetite up. Edamame also gave lovely and fresh light green color to the soup which is very beautiful. It can be served hot or chilled. 

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Mustard Green Soup (မုန္ညွင္းဟင္းရည္)


Mustard green soup is a simple and healthy soup that Shan people enjoy throughout the year. Shan people use a lot of mustard green in cooking recipe such as pickle, stir fry, as a condiment, or simply make a soup. Cooking this soup is quite simple, it only takes time to simmer the broth but it's definitely worth waiting for.

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