The other night Satoshi had a gathering with his university baseball alumni...you should already read "trouble" because whenever these guys get together all they ever do is act crazy and drink.
He finally came home at 2:30 and it was horrible...the smell of you know what...ugh, I almost lost things myself with that smell.
It turned out it wasn't only the stench of one thing but of other things too...eep!
The place still smells really bad, there is not enough Febreeze to take the smell out, I think it is permanently ingraved in my nose too...blah!
Although he did clean up most of his mess, there were things which he wasn't observant enough to tell that "stuff" was on...so I ended up cleaning those things...sigh.
All in all, I am just glad he came home safely...
I want to end this post on a good note and tell you about my dinner that night.
I had a really junky apple, it was chalky not even sweet...I should have known better, apple season is in Autumn, but anyway since we had eaten half, I wanted to use the remaining half somehow.
I usually don't cook whenever Satoshi is eating (drinking) out, but this time I made a batch of bulgogi.
Since there was some takuan, leftover zucchini, carrots in the refridge, I thought it would be perfect to make some kimbap (Korean style sushi).
While I marinated the bulgogi, I cooked the zucchini and carrots in a lightly oiled pan. Then I cooked the bulgogi.
For the rice (which was leftovers), I sprinkled some sesame seeds and worked it through.
My nori is only about 2 inches wide and really long, maybe 6 or 8 inches?! It is perfect for musubi but not for making sushi with.
After spreading some rice onto the nori with slightly wet hands, I added a slice of zucchini and a slice of carrot, then topped with some sliced bulgogi and takuan...rolled it up and repeated the process until all my leftover rice was used up (which turned out to be 4 rolls).
I had this with Minoh Brewery's Weizen...yum!
So in the end we both did different types of cleaning, luckily the bulk of mine involved the insides of the refridge...
Oh and Happy Father's Day, we're off visiting MIL!