Hi! I'm a Filipina married to a Japanese and speaking Niponggo all through the day and I'm afraid I'm losing my English(although I'm not fluent at both languages) that's why I started my on-line diary/photo blog for practice.I'll be grateful if you'll let me know my mistakes.
Thank you so much for dropping by! \(^0^)/
Kizuna means ties,bonding.
This is a typical " mother's taste" meal in Japan which I have learned from my Mother-in-law. You may find the recipe here It is served with a bowl of white rice and miso soup. I'm very much thankful to my Mother-In-Law who taught me how to cook when we were still living with them during our first year of marriage and now I am cooking them with my own family and it also became our family's comfort food--it is called Nikujaga ( beef and potato stew ). If it is served on our table, expect an " gohan okawari! " ( more rice, please!) from Wakaba and Haruka! ^_^
Do you have any Comfort Food?? Wanna talk and share about 'em? Head up to Niko ganda's fun meme only here at
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