Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Day 18 A Trace of late night happy hour bento

Weight: 170.5 lbs (-2.3 lbs)
Visited the Buddhism temple in Bangkok in March 2011.  Monks there are supposed to be strict vegetarians.  However, in a pile of food donation, there were instant noodles with "shrimp" flavor.  Respectfully thought, "Maybe, only flavors are OK."  
In NYC, left overs from late night happy hour may consist of a piece of brioche from "Lobster" BLT and a spoonful of extra spicy horse radish from "shrimp" cocktail.  After consuming a few glasses of Pinot grigeo, these leftovers were transformed to biscuits which is reminiscent of happy hour at Palm restaurant.   
Jasmine rice cooked with soy sauce, sake, and left over juice from "pork chop".  Topped with fried onion, ginger, green onion, and lime. 
Soy beans cooked with green apple and sake (infused with ginger, thyme, and red pepper).  Topped with red ginger.
Don't wash the pan used for soy beans - sweetness of apple and sake still lingered in the pan.  Add veggie soup stock and sea salt.  A little bit of onion oil.  Topped with chopped green onion.  

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