Posts Tagged ‘Japanese Food’

2022 continued where 2020 and 2021 left off. It was another awkward year with many events affecting supply chains, gatherings, etc. Again, I focused my culinary energy on the good times. Birthdays, Anniversaries, Special days and holidays such as Christmas and Thanksgiving. For me a meal means so much more than filling my stomach. Often there are good times involved and the meal is a marker of those good times. I can often look at the meal photo and remember what happened while I was enjoying it. It was great to share so many great meals with so many great people in 2022. It was also great to try a few new dishes. Super memories! This year, like last year, I have chosen to squeeze in some photos of my own dishes as well as some of the dishes I enjoyed while eating out. Food is not only great to taste and enjoy, but a beautiful sight to see. Thank you for supporting my blog with your readership. It’s been ten years of writing about many things now. Wow, time flies! It’s been an awkward year, but a great year. May God continue to provide. And may we all learn to love, live, enjoy great meals together, and get along in the way God intended. Bon Appetit!

I celebrated my birthday at Kura Revolving Sushi Bar. It has been awhile since I have posted in my blog. Things have been busy, but I do believe Kura sharing. The food was excellent! I had a blast with the conveyor shooting items to my table and selecting items from the revolving line. If you deposit fifteen plates, a video style screen encourages you, you win a prize. The automated IPad style ordering system is very convenient table side. The selection of sushi is pretty expansive. For more information check out their website


In Houston you can find just about any ethnic food you want if you take a little time to browse. One of my favorites is Japanese food. The Seiwa Market located at 1801 S. Dairy Ashford has everything Japanese. If you are a Japanese food fan or curious take a trip and buy a few things. You’ll never know if you like it, until you try it. Here are a few photos from the market that will give you the vibe. I really LOVED the Japanese Ice Cream. I hope you check it out!