In Japan I watched a lot of NHK (think BBC, NPR, PBS) and somehow, despite my tenuous grasp on the language and my absolute inability to read any Japanese, I learned how to make this delicious asparagus toasty cup.
I’m so damn proud of myself I just have to share the entire experience, language deficit included.
I’m sure if you follow along with the pictures you can figure it out too!
Hint: before & after.
Oops! I forgot to take a picture of an important step, so I decided to let you guys cheat a little and have a few guiding words…
And a few more…
I’ve been home for about week and I’ve already eaten this twice.
It’s good. Really good.
A simple recipe, but the results (both culinary and aesthetic) are pretty impressive in my opinion!
I’d love to serve these for brunch!
And the process of learning something in another language/without words at all was really enjoyable and extra super duper satisfying too.
So what are you waiting for? Go make a big ol’ toasty quiche with just these few words of guidance, and then pat yourself on the back and eat up!
This exercise confirms something I already know well: I’m a visual learner.
And a damn good eater.
What type of learner are you?