Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh Posted on March 21, 2015 by beeblu Fresh Noodles – Tokyo See The Daily Post for other takes on this week’s photo challenge. Rate this:Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related
Cool shot! I enjoy watching bakers and noodle makers at work.
There’s something cathartic in it. Thanks, Nancy.
I can almost smell a warm yeasty aroma….
Wouldn’t it be lovely if society reverted to having streets of artisan food manufacturers and a slower way of life? These are the areas in Japan we were drawn to.
Indeed. I’m glad you’re sharing it with us!
Indeed…a really cool shot.
He had quite an audience. Thanks, Charles.
Very nice! Noodles or bread?
I would love some noodles right now. 🙂
Haha – yes, watching the slow choreography of food-making has that effect. Thanks for stopping by, Jane.
ooh – oodles of noodles 😉
And gluten-intolerants can eat these noodles because they are made with buckwheat flour. 😀
biggest sushi roll ever 🙂
You’re far too busy, bb !!! I mean, where you bin ???
Ha! Where have you been is more the question, M-R?! Whatsup with your blogs?
Oh, is it …? I’ve advised in advance, I believe. This is IT, now – the one and only. I’m leaving a mere shell of the original in case of people looking me up by name …
When I venture to my WP Reader for the first time in a couple of weeks, I hope to find you there in some form…
A zombie, bb ? – ectoplasm ? [grin]
In truth, that is a very nice thing to say, and I appreciate it enormously !
Yes 🙂 And the way the Japanese present food is marvellous – the food basements in the department stores are an exercise in self-restraint. 😀
What a great shot for this challenge, beeblu! I have never been to Japan, but it’s on my long list of places I want to visit. –Patti
Thanks, Patti. I’ve wanted to go to Japan all my life and finally got to do it last year at the age of 51. Now I can’t wait to go back – it’s fascinating on so many levels.
It’s on my very long list of places to visit! Where’s your next “big” trip? I think mine will be Israel.
We’re off to Scandinavia in August to visit family that emigrated there. Israel is also fascinating and very beautiful in a unique way. I went there a couple of decades ago on a diving trip.
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how fascinating! have yet to visit Japan….
It’s well worth it, Kris.