my first go at making art that also tastes good toasted with olive oil and vegemite.
and it did :)
flour, yeast, water
i’m not a true aussie as i absolutely despise vegemite… but i like bread ?
yup, bread’s on the list. you’re in :)
domo katsusan.. vegemite toast is yummy but i remember miso soup and zarusoba for breakfast, oishii ne :)
miso soup wo konndo tsukutte kudasai :-)I have a vegemite….yammy:-))))))))
o.. tsukutte wa nihongo de nan desu ka..katsusamaaaa!!
Ye~~~s! it is! tsukutte = make.In this case,……Cook :-)
d’oh, i meant to say.. tsukutte wa eigo de nan desu ka.. i think :) so ok.. let’s make miso soup today katsusan. you make some too! i learned to make it with dashi and kombu so it tastes pretty good :) for lunchtime i think..
Please put in wakame seaweed…..very nice!
かつサン!! みそスープとネギとイモ. おいしでした :)ワカメはありませんでした :(
WOW ….Perfect Japanese!!!!!!!Please send miso soup by B/mail. :-)))))))k
perfect :) arigatou katsusama :)))
Yum! I miss Vegemite…..
Oh belle, your body’s getting homesick :D but every culture has its vegemite equivalent (something salty & usually brown, to be used sparingly, like soy sauce, tamari, worcestershire sauce, anchovy paste…). I was just reading a recipe from Cajsa Warg, author of the oldest cookbook in Sweden, who is famous for the phrase Man tager vad man haver – you use what ever you can find :)