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Tuesday
Mar132012

Fried Chicken and Sushi 203 Sato's Okonomiyaki

If you haven't tried real Japanese okonomiyaki, you should.  It looks a bit odd but it tastes really good.  If you go to a restaurant, they cook it on a grill in front of you.  I'll give a few more details in the next comic strip but I think it's pretty tough to make it taste bad.  Looks like Sato sensei isn't the best cook and we're understanding more about why her in-laws get on her nerves!  In other NEWS, I'm on the list of great webcomics on COMICMIX.COM where you can go and vote for me.  Please head over there and put in a vote.  The list is pretty long but I'm down near the bottom.   It's only about popularity but it would be good to see my fans supporting the comic.  Thanks guys!

Reader Comments (2)

"I think its pretty tough to make it taste bad"

I wish that was true for me. I live in Japan and love okonomiyaki so much, and now and then by the ingredients to try and make it myself. All my attempts have been disasterously disgusting. I told my friend, and she said maybe I used low quality okonomiyaki flour because 'there's no way you can screw it up!' So I bought the best okonomiyaki flour and sauce and the best cabbage, followed the recipe.....and still ended up with vaguely okonomiyaki-flavoured garbage.
then again I am a frankly terrible cook.
March 15, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterguest
Ugh! I'm sorry you couldn't make it work! I guess it is possible to screw up okonomiyaki. I'm sure Sato sensei can feel your pain. Thanks for your honesty and taking the time to share your story!
March 19, 2012 | Registered CommenterKhalid Birdsong

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