What I cooked at a local cantina this summer

in Foodies Bee Hive3 years ago (edited)

It will be my homework for the summer holidays to write on Hive.blog daily basis ;) Here is the first one with a lot of photos.

A local cantina was looking for a team. The concept of the cantina is interesting. Different teams cook on different days of week. As my partner had time before he starts his new job and we cooked and served food together before, I said "we can do it!".

In June and July, we served 6 times in total. We alternated Japanese and fusion dishes.
Here with what we served:

Chirashizushi and salad


Banhmi and lemon jelly


Miso fried veggies and salad


Thai green curry and coffee jelly


Sushi and Anmitsu



Taco rice and lemon jelly



Thank you for waiting sweet

I made small Japanese sweet "Rakugan" for people who kindly wait on line.

I enjoyed thinking about menu, cook and serve the food. Even my partner starts his job next month, we will serve every week in September. It was that much fun :)

Now it's summer off until in the end of August. I already think about what to serve in the autumn.




Aw, look all those summery food!!! I'm thinking of making taco rice (it's my husband's favorite Japanese food!) My mouth is watering now 😍

Hi @ramengirl! Taco rice is my favorite too. It's so easy to make while it's satisfying 😁But it's not easy at my place as my partner doesn't eat fresh tomatoes and my daughter only eats fresh tomatoes 😱

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