Tuesday, April 14, 2015


Sunday while shopping for some ingredients for dinner, we came upon a tsukemono display. They were selling different types, 3 (120 gram packages) for 1080 yen (tax included).

Marukoshi is a Nagoya tsukemono maker that has been in business since 1914...

Satoshi, the taster, tried almost all the different ones that the guy had out.

I didn't taste any of them but picked out these...

Mamekyu (mame = beans, kyu = short for kyuri (cucumber). I really liked the hits of ginger in this one.

Cubed daikon with a sakura gelee.

The sakura flavor is so "springy". My only peeve is that they don't use sugar but an artificial sweetener...boo!

Spicy gobo..basil, garlic. An "Italian" flavor.

Different but each one so good!

We had these along with some maguro tsukudani for breakfast yesterday.

The weather is back to rain. It is supposedly gonna rain for the next three days...sigh!

Hope you have a nice week!


KirkK said...

Looks like a nice breakfast Kat!

K and S said...

Thanks Kirk:)

Take care!