Nov/4/11
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KATSUDON. One of those beautiful worldly little things which bring pleasure to a human’s life. 
This is a photo of my sister’s choice at a Japanese restaurant in England this summer. Now that she’s in Japan, she continues eating lots of it, from what I hear. In short, katsudon is a wonderful meal. 
Also, this photo summarizes well my last two days- I was obsessed with food (more than usual). Last week it was sweet things, this week- just… anything. 
Last night I cooked an overly simplified version of omuraisu because I lacked almost all of the ingredients. For future reference: fry onion, add ketchup and red curry paste, add steamed rice, add 2 eggs, fry a bit more and you’ll have a happy and well-satisfied night :)
Today I found out that just rice with ketchup is good too. At least when you’re hungry. It’s much better than spaghetti with ketchup which my sister eats when she can’t bother to cook. (I tried rice with mayo too but nah, it didn’t work for, it just didn’t. )
Anyways, today was my grandma’s birthday. I called her and we spent most of the conversation discussing our favourite Turkish soap opera :) Such drama, I’m telling you!
Then we had a formal dinner with all four people sitting on the table, which almost never happens. We had soup with zucchini, chicken and dill. Then we had the traditional baked chicken with rice and vegetables. And for dessert- a very tasty biscuit cake. My aunt told me the secret about it- she puts melted chocolate in the pudding cream. I recommend. 
And now, back to studying. 

KATSUDON. One of those beautiful worldly little things which bring pleasure to a human’s life. 

This is a photo of my sister’s choice at a Japanese restaurant in England this summer. Now that she’s in Japan, she continues eating lots of it, from what I hear. In short, katsudon is a wonderful meal. 

Also, this photo summarizes well my last two days- I was obsessed with food (more than usual). Last week it was sweet things, this week- just… anything. 

Last night I cooked an overly simplified version of omuraisu because I lacked almost all of the ingredients. For future reference: fry onion, add ketchup and red curry paste, add steamed rice, add 2 eggs, fry a bit more and you’ll have a happy and well-satisfied night :)

Today I found out that just rice with ketchup is good too. At least when you’re hungry. It’s much better than spaghetti with ketchup which my sister eats when she can’t bother to cook. (I tried rice with mayo too but nah, it didn’t work for, it just didn’t. )

Anyways, today was my grandma’s birthday. I called her and we spent most of the conversation discussing our favourite Turkish soap opera :) Such drama, I’m telling you!

Then we had a formal dinner with all four people sitting on the table, which almost never happens. We had soup with zucchini, chicken and dill. Then we had the traditional baked chicken with rice and vegetables. And for dessert- a very tasty biscuit cake. My aunt told me the secret about it- she puts melted chocolate in the pudding cream. I recommend. 

And now, back to studying.