first learn how to spell it.
these Japanese hand warmers, sent to me from Japan by DocD.
You just give them a bit of a shake put them in your pockets and they warm up, and keep your hands “toastie”, as we say in Scotland.
Now the question is; how to market them here in Scotland?
I love all the Kanji and kana (although my recognition of kana is a bit rusty as I have not been going to my J classes).
Anyway these are great, thank you to DocD.
a regular basis.
baking bread is a relatively easy thing to do.
and homemade bread tastes so much better.
people continuing to play tennis during a light snow fall (tennis centre opposite our house)
about the links between nutrition and disease, and large scaling animal farming and pollution, and the ethics of large scale animal farming, plus some scenes showing how tasty plant based eating can be.
out how to watch youtube, bbc iplayer on my tv today. courtesy of r pi and raspbmc. amazing tech really.
done it but for the moment it is off the agenda.
You can waander below a röf o trees
At shalters da English laand,
An you can tramp da ceety-streets
Or draa you in an staand
Athin a kirk, an watch da licht
Trowe da graet rose-window dere;
An aa da past is afore your een –
Da strife, da toil, an prayer.
Bit da rose an gold o da sunset sky
Is abön your head at haem,
An da glimmerin mist seems ta say ta you
At da wirld is jöst a draem,
An naethin sall staand at Ragnarök,
Whin da seevent whirlwind blaas,
Bit da kindness an love in human herts
In London – or in Waas.
by T A Robertson http://www.scottishpoetrylibrary.org.uk/poetry/poems/haem-tochts
green tea powder – expensive but full of antioxidants apparently. May make some buns with it – green tea cupcakes
Or is it matcha?
another recipe matcha golfballs and this brings to notice that there is ceremonial and culinary grades of matcha.
were on sale in Earthy.
Reminds me of one of the first verbs I learned when I started Japanese.
so good that the japanese have a word for this: 終活 – shuukatsu: Final Preparations. No 21 in the list of japanese buzz words for 2012.