Mandarin orange, kelp roll, adzuki bean, Stollen
Before New Year's, we will give you something from our customers.
I'm from Ehime Prefecture, so I got a lot of Ehime oranges from the countryside. The taste, the smell, everything is nostalgic.
There is a sweets teacher from Hokkaido who always sends German Christmas sweets.
The other day, when I called to thank him, he said that he would make more than a dozen of them, and the person who always receives them said, "I'm sorry, but I can't refuse."
I am one of them. .
And this morning, I received this kombu roll, which contains tuna instead of herring.
The melt-in-your-mouth softness and the taste of kelp and tuna go really well together, and I ended up eating two or three large 20cm kelp rolls. . .
I think new year is near. Is happy. Of course, I had it with a cup of tea.
We will have sake at night. Next year, of course, I don't have the courage to say no.
You may think that mandarin oranges are the only ones that don't go well with black tea, but that's Isobuchi, and you can't go wrong.
Cut the mandarin orange in half, squeeze the juice into a mug, and add honey or sugar to taste.
Then add half a teaspoon of grated ginger and stir.
Then pour 150-180cc of Candy or Dimbula tea.
It's so delicious and warm. If you can drink alcohol, please put 20 to 30 ml of plum wine in this. It makes the best cocktail. .
(Actually, it was announced in the Mainichi Shimbun interview yesterday. It is scheduled to be published on January 6th.)
Everyone please try it!
I don't think there is a kelp roll, but there will be oranges.