Mixed Plate Friday

Remember this from last week? Well I didn’t want to shell out almost $20 for the same hot pot set and watercress (Don Quijote had it for $6.99 a bunch versus the $3.99 I paid at Marukai – what???) so I went to Sam’s Club and bought a pack of baby spinach and their baby bella mushrooms. I prefer the baby bella mushrooms over the white mushrooms – I feel like there is a nuttier taste. I made it the same way and I think it tastes great too! So I guess I have other options now!

Pepsi Zero Lemon

Saw this at Nijiya and couldn’t resist. I love Pepsi Zero and also love when lemon is added to cola! It’s a win win – this is obviously an import from Japan. How was it? It was good. I barely got a taste of lemon though, so you’re better off just drinking Pepsi Zero.

Beef Chow Fun | $11.95

Fun Station has daily specials and Beef Chow Fun was on special for $11.95 (on Fridays) – very appealing compared to their usual $15.75 price. Just felt like a mixed noodle for lunch that day so I am glad I got it! Was very good! I drench it in sriracha but that’s besides the point. 🙂

8 responses to “Mixed Plate Friday

  1. I love noodles but noodles don’t love me – my body pays for it with higher blood pressure.
    Still, that doesn’t stop me. Yet.

  2. vickinags

    that spinach mushroom dish sounds winnah!
    And, is it my imagination that beef chow fun has become so popular again? $11.95 is a great price!
    I like the one at Honolulu Seafood Restaurant (the old Mandalay site on Alakea) and Kings Bar and Restaurant on Kapiolani. And everyplace else that makes it, LOL
    I remember buying salted watermelon pepsi in Japan one year. Tasted like salted watermelon, LOL

    • Jenny

      Has it? I’ve always loved beef chow fun haha. I went to Honolulu seafood but didn’t get to try the beef chow fun! Thought the dim sum there was just alright. I did not like peach cola in Japan. At all!!!!

  3. jalna

    Uuuuuu, that chow fun!!

  4. kat

    chow fun, dunno if they have that here…your dish looked good!

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