Jan 27 2009
Since I had to attend a seminar this afternoon at the Orange County Association of Realtors office in Laguna Hills, I decided to stop by for lunch at Kotobuki Sushi. My former manager had introduced me to this sushi restaurant over a year ago and it’s been one of my favorite spots, minus the fact that it’s quite a drive. I may not be the best sushi connoisseur, but I do know that when sushi feels like it’s melting in your mouth, it’s probably a good thing. Enjoy the pictures below; if only you too can taste the goodness I had this afternoon!
Calling lunch satisfying would be an understatement, except for the bill. In any case, when one meal ends, I surely look forward to my next meal. Daniel decided to whip out the good old Crock-Pot and slow cook a big pot of beef stew and vegetables. It’s such a low-maintenance meal because you don’t have to do much at all. Just drop the ingredients in, and set the Crock-Pot to cook. Since we are merely 2 people in this household, there was no way of finishing such a huge pot of beef stew, so we gave half to our next-door neighbor. He is always coming over to give us authentic Mexican food that he or his wife had cooked (fajitas, tamales, steak, bbq, etc). It’s a great way to share each others’ love for food, in our own special way.