Beautiful scenery and food in Lisbon

After the class, I enjoyed a bit of sightseeing and local food in Lisbon.
One of Portuguese friends kindly took me around the town.

Beautiful blue and red contrast.

Lisbon is quite hilly, sometimes I am surprised its steep narrow streets, but it is beautiful.

Good food in Lisbon. As it is so close to the sea, fresh seafoods are available. Great sunlight makes fruit and vegetable very ripe and sweet.

Tempura, now we feel like Japanese food, but it comes from Portugal.

Squid ink past, it is very colorful.

I am just obsessed with fresh orange juice sold everywhere. It is so sweet and costs less than one euro.

I am impressed with this natural gas mineral water called ‘Pedras’. Portuguese are very proud of this water. Yes, it is indeed good taste.

There are many sweets in Portugal, too. Japanese popular sweet called ‘Kasutera’ is also originally made from Portuguese ‘Pão de lós’ .

Of course. Famous sweet, Pastel de Nata.

I enjoyed my stay in Lisbon. I will definitely come back again.

Kids and Mum scorn making

Scone making class for kids and mum.
It was great to see their happy, exciting faces through out the class.

They enjoyed making Scone and Trifle, english dessert.

Christmas lesson

Christmas easy cooking lesson.

Roast porc Japanese style marinating in soy sauce

Christmas lease, Sweet potato salad with avocado

Chocolate hot cake

Fig jam

Tartan with homemade fig jam in season.

Elder Flower Cordial

I found Elder flower at Aoyama Farmer’s market.
wow, I didn’t know that they grow in Japan.

I used to drink Elder flower cordial in England.

Refreshing summer drink.

Finnish Berry cake

Handmade Basket Workshop by Kirpputori

Finnish berry cake

Hawaiian

Hawaiian style burger

Pancake with butter milk.

Pasta Spring

Baby Squid and Nanohana pasta

Oyster with Olive oil

Oyster with soy sauce and oyster sauce

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plate for wine lover

Brown rice Tart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cafe plate

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