Foie Gras in Okinawa

To celebrate the move to Ginowan, we go for a sunset cruise followed by first dinner at the new place.

Truly beautiful out at sea, no wind but we chug along serenely.

We return to the new apartment for the inaugural dinner. I now have space for many people to sit around a table. It was a good one.

Get ready.
Fish, octopus, clam, shrimp, ceviche.
Foie gras avec lentilles de Puy aux lardons. You can get all ingredients from Amazon Japan!
Homemade carrot cake. Thank you Atsuko san!
Nostalgic wines

What an incredible evening! Fresh air followed by top quality meal with fun company. People leave very late. I like Ginowan.

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8 Responses to Foie Gras in Okinawa

  1. Rosemary Mulady says:

    How wonderful to see such a cross cultural meal all laid out and eaten on and with the grandparent’s table and cutlery and from those wonderful plates.
    A brilliant feast.

  2. Alan says:

    Great to hear that Ry Cooder Okinawa song! New to me but great fun – “Never coming back no more, baby”. Some of the lyrics are a bit dubious but it is fun.
    Meal looks great and those wines are definitely strong on the nostalgia. Do they pair well with ceviche? More, please!

  3. calderi says:

    I like the port/starboard lights very much.
    Such jolly evgs are still verboten here, not that we could aspire to such foody stuff, but the Thai restaurant round the corner is now open, so we may GO OUT as Ann has had a hair cut.

    • Yes I like them too. They are batons that Japanese folk use to direct traffic and such. Work very well and no need to do complex rewiring to make existing lights wor. So pleased that Ann has had a haircut. Haircuts sound very exotic and exciting, not having had one for decades.

  4. Rachel says:

    you are such a fortunate fellow; I be envious! [but not in a bad way-I be happy for you]💞

    On Sun, Jul 12, 2020 at 2:04 AM The Quiet Ripple Defines The Pond wrote:

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