Last night - 2016-07-31 (HARUNA)
Posted on Sun Jul 31, 2016 3:52 am


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Last night
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Two of my voice training teachers, Umika Kawashima-chan, and I had a girls' party






While having a girls' party, we had a meat party
We ate so much; it was so filling!
It was my first time eating with Umi-chan, so I'm glad we got to talk about a lot of things!


We weren't able to eat unagi*, but it seems like we've built up stamina and will get through the hot days!!


HARUNA

2016/07/31 12:02
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昨夜は

2016/07/31 12:02
ボイストレーニングの先生2人と、川島海荷ちゃんと女子会でございました



女子会と言いつつ、肉会
お腹いっぱい食べて大満足!
海ちゃんとは初ご飯だったので、いろんな話できて嬉しかったな!


うなぎは食べれなかったけど、スタミナつけて暑い日も乗り切れそうです!!


HARUNA

2016/07/31 12:02
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*"Unagi Day in Japan: While unagi is enjoyed all year long, the Japanese appetite for this traditional delicacy grows insatiable during the summer. Anyone who’s spent time in Japan during summer knows July and August are a hot and sticky affair. The Japanese believe you will find no better remedy for heat fatigue (natsubate) than consuming unagi. Boost your stamina! Increase your appetite! Replenish your strength! While these three commonly touted reasons may well have a basis in science, the best reason to eat Japanese freshwater eel is this — it tastes simply delectable.

On one day every summer most Japanese will be dining on some version of unagi — Doyo no Ushi no Hi. This means Day of the Ox, also nicknamed Unagi no Hi (or Unagi Day). This midsummer day is considered the hottest day of the year and, incidentally, when the body needs the biggest boost of energy. Because the day is set by the lunar calendar, the actual date varies year to year. This year, Unagi Day falls on July 30."

http://blog.odigo.travel/2016/07/25/unagi-eel-summer-japan/


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Re: Last night - 2016-07-31 (HARUNA)
Posted on Sun Jul 31, 2016 9:34 am


tonymiller

International Performer
International Performer
Freshwater eel is very popular in England too but it looks too much like snake for my taste !
Although here it is usually served as Jellied eel.


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Re: Last night - 2016-07-31 (HARUNA)
Posted on Mon Aug 01, 2016 2:15 am


PPPeter

Indie Artist
Indie Artist
Eel is best served freshly smoked. Using alder wood with few branches of cherry. Period! Damn, now I am hungry Wink

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Re: Last night - 2016-07-31 (HARUNA)
Posted on Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:15 am


Don Dio

Shiroten Performer
Shiroten Performer
The only time I have eel at home is fried on Christmas Eve as one of the seven fishes we have for dinner.   Aside from sushi restaurants, I don't come across eel on too many menus to get to enjoy it any other way, but I have had it smoked and that is quite good.

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Re: Last night - 2016-07-31 (HARUNA)
Posted on Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:20 pm


Zaraki11

Caless Student
Caless Student
Very sad... here in Canada its almost a specie in peril & most of the product is ship overseas or sold in US. I cant remember the last time I’ve ate some...

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