Monday, January 25, 2016

the past couple of days

The weekend was forecast for the coldest front in many moons.

The weather dude even forecast that Okinawa may even get some snow!


We bought some water for drinking, just in case the power went out.

My survival skills go only as far as for hurricanes, so this blizzard thing was new to me.

Luckily (read disappointedly), we didn't have ANY snow.

In fact, the sun came out for the most part of the day.

Still, we didn't go outside, the wind was pretty icy.

Oh well, at least I got to finish a book I was reading.

Dinner was a nabe (hot pot) of pork belly, hakusai (chinese cabbage), a can of diced tomato, dashi (stock) and curry powder.

We also had some really pale gyoza...I still need to get the hang of cooking gyoza...

To end, we made ojiya and added some rice and cheese.

Hope your weekend was a good one.


Honolulu Aunty said...

Yum! Food like that is wonderful and will keep you warm and cozy! Wish I could try it...

KirkK said...

Whoa! Keep warm......

K and S said...

I hope you can try this too Aunty:)

Will do Kirk:)

Take care you two!

Rowena said...

our weekend is what I now consider warmish - 10-12° with the sun shining. poor folks in NYC getting dumped on like that!!!

K said...

We have plenty of snow to spare here in Maryland if you want any! haha!

K and S said...

we will have warm weather this weekend too (but with rain), Rowena :)

thanks K!

Take care you two.