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  • Almost ready!

  • This just looks fabulous!

  • Where are the girls? I can’t wait to eat!

  • Of course the girls are late!

  • I’m just going to have some wine while I wait.

  • Cheers!

  • Joushi (Boss), sorry, we're late!

  • Finally! Come on in!

  • Wow, this is so cute!

  • This is so nice!

  • I can’t cook,

  • but I know how to set tables.

  • That’s why I have potluck parties!

  • Oh, Joushi (Boss)!

  • This is our roommate, Chika.

  • Hi, it’s so nice to finally meet you.

  • Yes, hello Chika! It is so nice to meet you!

  • Joushi seems like she’s really kigen ga ii.

  • How do you say kigen ga ii in English?

  • Joushi (boss) is in a good mood!

  • Oh, please put your stuff down on the the table.

  • She’s probably happy that she can talk to Chika in English.

  • She doesn’t seem like she has many friends.

  • Oooh, that looks delicious!

  • It’s mac and cheese with bacon.

  • Is this KRAFT’s 100% Parmesan cheese?

  • that’s right

  • Oh, Chika, I think were going to get along very well!

  • Oh, yay...

  • I wonder if she’d be nicer to me if I spoke English.

  • Itadakimasu.

  • I can’t believe none of you guys drink.

  • I bought such good wine.

  • So who brought this bruschetta?

  • Is this you, Erika?

  • The bruschettaYes, I made.

  • Oh, Joushi (Boss), that bruschetta...

  • How do you say

  • it tastes even better with cheese on it?

  • This bruschetta would taste even better with a little bit of parmesan cheese.

  • What she said.

  • hey!

  • I brought it because it goes well with cheese!

  • Fine, how do you say the cheese gets rid of the acidic taste of the tomatoes.

  • and kind of makes it mild and a little creamy?

  • The cheese gets rid of the acidic taste of the tomatoes.

  • and kind of makes it mild and even a little creamy.

  • Yeah, just like that.

  • Uh!!

  • Great recipe, Erika.

  • Just one little tip.

  • Add some cheese.

  • Hey Joushi (Boss)?

  • What is this,

  • That is parmesan spinach dip.

  • It’s one of my favorite recipes.

  • Oh, it’s very good!

  • Isn’t it delicious?

  • It is so easy to make.

  • Just take a bag of frozen spinach. Thaw it.

  • And then youre going to squeeze all of the water.

  • Chop it up.

  • and then you mix it with some cream cheese, mayonnaise,

  • minced garlic, chopped up onions.

  • oh, and I like to microwave my onions for about a minute before I put them in.

  • Oh, and of course Parmesan cheese.

  • You're going to use about half a bottle.

  • and some black pepper and paprika, and youre all set.

  • Wow, easy!

  • Oh, my. I still haven’t tried your mac and cheese.

  • Yeah, please try some.

  • Looks so good!

  • oh, I don’t think you need any more cheese.

  • I put a lot on there.

  • Oh, don’t be silly, Dear.

  • You can never have enough cheese.

  • Okay.

  • Oh my.

  • Sachiko, Joushi (Boss) is crying

  • Joushi (Boss), what’s wrong?

  • This just reminds me of the mac and cheese

  • my mother used to make.

  • Are you okay?

  • I’m sorry girls, I’ve just been a little bit homesick lately.

  • I mean, that’s why I’ve been carrying around this bottle of cheese everywhere I go.

  • It reminds me of home.

  • That’s why!

  • But does it really need to be cheese??

  • Every American kitchen has a bottle of this.

  • We top our spaghetti with it.

  • we put it on our salads, on our pastas.

  • and you know, it actually goes really well with a lot of Japanese dishes.

  • curry, udon, okonomiyaki, tonkatsu, yakisoba

  • Yakisoba?

  • Tonkatsu?

  • Yakisoba is kind of like pasta, right?

  • and when you sprinkle some of this magic on a tonkatsu,

  • it turns into a breaded parmesan pork cutlet.

  • I can see that.

  • By the way, there’s one more.

  • One more Japanese dish that goes well with parmesan cheese!

  • What?

  • Tada~ (jajan)

  • What?!

  • That’s the perfect dish youve been keeping a secret?!

  • Yes!

  • Nonot a good idea!

  • Joushi (Boss) and natto? I don’t know about that.

  • What is that??

  • wara natto!

  • It’s fermented beans wrapped in straw.

  • Sounds interesting

  • Smells more interesting.

  • Lovely.

  • It looks kind of sticky, and a little slimy.

  • You really don’t have to, if you don’t want to.

  • Right, Sachiko? She doesn’t have to eat it.

  • Yes, she does, Chika. She has to eat it.

  • Please try.

  • I’m open to new things.

  • Let’s try some of this natto!

  • The more I stir the stickier and gooier it gets.

  • Wow, very stringy.

  • Open to new things!

  • Not bad!

  • Seriously?!

  • Yay!!

  • I kind of like it!

  • You two, please try some!

  • It’s good!

  • Good! It’s good!

  • It doesn’t taste strange at all!

  • Desho?

  • How do you say desho in English?

  • Right? It’s good, right?

  • If you want to be more likehora!”

  • You can sayseeor “I told you so!"

  • mm, good.

  • It gets rid of the blah aftertaste of the natto.

  • and you just smell the cheese!

  • Chika-san, your food report is terrible as always.

  • How do you say "atoaji"?

  • Aftertaste.

  • Yes, the aftertaste is quite nice. It's just .. the cheese,

  • the parmesan cheese just spreads in my mouth.

  • Natto and cheese good on spaghetti too!

  • Really?

  • Wait, she didn’t even make anything!

  • I know.

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食事で使える英会話☆上司のお家でポットラックパーティー♪ // Potluck party!〔# 312〕

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    ami posted on 2016/05/01
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