Japanese Food
At my parents’ house, it is my job to make three meals a day. Sometimes, my father is kind enough to reduce my work by getting premade meals such as nigiri zushi (< sushi).

Yesterday, my father suggested that he make another local dish of Shinshu (Nagano), obukko. Obukko is a kind of nikomi udon (udon stew). I search for any information about this local dish, and I found it is usually made with flat, wide noodles.

Well, I was surprised at the amount of obukko he was making, which was enough to serve three of us four times, i.e., 12 servings!

We will have to consume the rest tomorrow…

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