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Drinks hot and cold
Drinks hot and cold
Tuesday, 26 April 2011 Snacking in Japan. I never lose weight in Japan... nor do I put on any! Japanese food is healthy and ultra fresh as far as the ingredients are concerned, and Japanese families combine various foods, many of them seasonal, in order to achieve optimal nutrition. Some of these foods taste quite strange to a European, but I have taken to (almost) all of them and could go on eating them, several times a day, day after day. The food that Europeans are not supposed to like, is natto, fermented soya beans which go runny and taste, as a friend of mine said when she first introduced me to to them, “like smelly socks left in the back of the fridge for too long”. I have since had natto once or twice and, once I got over its runny nature (a texture like raw egg white or liquid honey, poured over hot cooked rice) found that I was able to eat it and even possibly to enjoy it. It is not, however, an experience that I have sought to replicate! It is in any case more polite to say that one cannot eat natto, as Japanese people enjoy having one food that no non Japanese will touch... The other is mochi, a dumpling made of cooked rice, which is pounded and pounded and mixed with water and pounded some more. It ends up getting very sticky indeed. My first encounter with it was a big lump which filled my mouth and which I chewed and chewed and could manage neither to swallow nor to spit out. It is said that the occasional person dies when it gets stuck in their throat -- but fortunately I was not one of those. Nowadays, I have grown to like it in very small quantities, particularly when wrapped around some other goodie. But I meant to write about snacking. On holidays in Japan, I love heading out for a good walk. If anywhere near a town or a convenience store, one need never worry about getting hungry. Snacks are everywhere. There is my top favourite, onigiri (a triangle of cooked rice, stuffed with some delicious filling and wrapped in a sheet of seaweed), a well-stuffed white bread sandwich, a see-through plastic container with cooked vegetables or fish, some rice crackers, a piece of Baumkuchen (surprisingly popular in Japan), and all this can be accompanied by a fruit juice, some green tea in a plastic bottle or some sweet milky coffee, hot or cold, in a metal can. A huge choice of drinks is available in the vending machines scattered throughout the country (including the top of Mount Fuji, if I remember well) and, depending on the season, can be hot or cold or a choice of both. Japan is a wonderful country for snacking -- and I enjoy every opportunity of doing so!
310 Triumph Coca Cola TR7 (1978)
310 Triumph  Coca Cola TR7 (1978)
Triumph Coca Cola TR7 (1978) 1991cc S4 OC Production 3 Registration Number UOK 359 S Based on a standard TR7 (1975-81). In 178 Coca Cola and Levi Strauss joined Triumph in a promotional competition with 3 modified TR7's as prizes. The cars were built at Speke and all finished in Carmine red were purchased on three separate months and sent down to Star Vans in Bedford. The interiors were stripped the cars resprayed in Coca Cola red, sign written in white and a Weathershield sunroof fitted. The standard wheels were replaced by Wolfrace magnesium alloys, custom air conditioning was added and a larger alternator. The seats, door pockets, sun visors and rear parcel shelf were trimmed in Levi's denim complete with pockets and leather badges. The car was completed with sheepskin mats, a small black and white TV fitted in the glove box, a small fridge in the boot to keep the Coca Cola cool, a pioneer stereo radio with electric ariel and a Bradex battery charger. The competition required entrants to form as many words as possible from the letter contained in the phrase ALL SUMMER LONG. the winner of the first car managed 315 words. The three cars were presented to their new owners in the Empire Ballroom, Leicester Square, London in August, September and December 1978. All three cars still exist. This car UOK 359 S was discovered in need of restoration in Gloucestershire in 2000, restored over a three year period and offered for sale in 2009 when it was purchased by the TR register The first VOX 793 T is now undergoing restoration The third car was purchased three years ago to a Coca Cola memorabilia collector from Ireland Shot at the Classic and MPH Show, NEC, Birmingham 13.11.2010. Ref 66-310

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