February 8, 2016
Hello everyone! Welcome to our second episode of Eat Your Sushi, in which we share what we’ve been doing in Japan. We’ve just finished our second week. Our second week?! It feels like we’ve been here for ages because we’ve jam packed everyday with so much activity! We’re still thoroughly confused with all that’s going on, but we’re starting to get a bit of a better handle on things. Being able to read a menu written totally in Japanese was exciting but we still managed to screw up our order in our panicky state. Simon never did get his butter ramen but instead got a plate of plain wontons. HAHA! That’s okay, we shared our delicious meal and I had more than enough gyoza and soup for the two of us to split. I will say a lot of the noodle based meals in Japan are really big and there is sometimes a small bowl of rice served with them as well!
So we wanted to share some Japanese food with you while we filmed this episode but we feel like it kindof backfired because Martina just hoovered food for the whole episode and couldn’t talk. HAHA! After we filmed it we were like, “okay…so maybe a Bento filled with tiny little foods that require careful attention was a bad idea.” Well we’re always going try new things so you guise can let us know what you like and what you don’t! Speaking of not liking…poor Martina. Poor poor punished Martina. I don’t want to mention how Martina was punished incase you haven’t see the episode yet but let me tell you, it was a lot grosser than it looked.
Also, some updates: we shoooould be moving into our new place in a week! We’ve been filming the house hunting process, so we’ll be able to share that with you once we’re done the video. I think our house tour will take a while to film, though, because we won’t have any furniture in there and it will take a while for our stuff to be shipped from Korea. But we’ll tell you more about that later :D
So my question for you is, what do you normally eat for breakfast? We mentioned it at the beginning of the video but I am seriously curious about what a “normal” breakfast is for you. When I was in school breakfast was a rarity since I was too busy running out of bed to catch the bus and be on time for class but I usually got a muffin or bagel at some point between class or as I got off the subway. I think my concept of morning food changes based on if I’m in school or going to work. What about you? Let us know in the comment section below!