Entered the XXX world. So far so good.


So far the world of the XXXs has been non stop so far.  I love it!  However, it has torn me away from the blogging world, which will most definitely commence with some tasty summer dishes.  I have some lovely, healthy and simply delicious ideas up my sleeve all thanks to Andy gifting me with an inspiring cookbook.  So, please stay tuned to find out what Benri will come up with next.  let’s just hope my cooking improves.  My new age resolution is to be more consistent with successes as opposed to flops.  I’ve seen way too much of those the past few weeks.

My lack of posts hasn’t got anything to do with failures in the kitchen.   It’s just that I have been lucky enough to have the most wonderful friends and Boyfriend who have indulged and spoiled me with afternoons of lunching and evenings of sushi.   I love you guys.

What I love about country life in Japan are the hidden gems of cafes amongst the rice paddies.  I have lived here in Kochi for a little over a year now and can’t believe I have never visited this cafe until now. What’s more annoying is that it’s only a 30 min walk from my apartment!   Take a look, this is the cutest little cafe.

Another bonus is that the chef and owner is an amazing cook.  Her dishes are Japanese in style and ingredients, but quite European in taste.  You can see she is heavily influenced by Scandinavian and old English design.  There is such attention to detail in every corner of this wonderful little place.

Anyway, my lovely friend Chisako and I spent the afternoon here indulging on the cafes scrumptious delights.  If only every day could be a sunny cafe day.

Happy Birthday to me ♥

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4 thoughts on “Entered the XXX world. So far so good.

    • Thanks for your kind words Madin. I have a few more ready for posting, now I just need to find a spare moment to get them out there.
      Do you ever get the feeling, that when you have so many ideas you want to post, but can’t for some reason, you feel like you’re going to burst? 😛

  1. Can you come over and live in England and open up a cafe just like this one so some of us over here can experience what Japan is meant to taste like? We just get a cheap and nastly interpretation of what is supposed to be incredible cuisine.

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