This evenings main dish is called niku jaga. Rhyming quite well with the famous lead singer of the Rolling stones. It is the Japanese version of beef stew. I love having niku jaga. The salad made good use of the left over alfalfa sprouts and my daughter's home grown radishes. Fresh and lovely. The taki komi gohan was rolled up in some nori and served as onigiri. So light and refreshing.
I unfortunately didn't have any of it. I was at school, eating the cheese and crackers, meat tray, anti pasto and cheese dip. It just doesn't compare. Alas, there is nothing to be done about the work commitments.