Okonomiyaki @ Home

22 12 2014

“Home” was my cousin’s in Ashiya.  Our grandfather often used to make okonomiyaki at home.  That and sukiyaki were the two dishes he would cook himself, at the table, as is traditionally done.  For folks from the Kansai region of Japan, where the dish comes from, eating okonomiyaki for dinner at home is not uncommon but I’m not sure how popular it might be in the Kanto area. Anyway it’s something easy to make especially if you have the “mix” and since my cousin was preparing tonkatsu for the rest of the family because her eldest son was taking a college entrance exam the following day but which dish would have been too similar to what I had for lunch, that’s what she came up with.

Gingko nuts - something my cousin enjoys but none of her family members would eat.  They don't know what they're missing.

Gingko nuts – something my cousin enjoys but none of her family members would eat. They don’t know what they’re missing.


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