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 No.468830

>>468827

>1 hour

This is a show?


 No.468831

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>forgot lounge existed until now for some reason

At least I didn't completely forget. I made gyudon tonight, which meant I had to buy a bottle of sake. The comfy is real for me, and I hope it's the same for all other anons tonight.


 No.468832

>>468830

It's her one idol video after she released Set Me Free, completely as doujinshi because she was pushed out of the industry.


 No.468833

>>468831

I think I might make a weekly alarm to remind me. I often forget and end up an hour or so late too.


 No.468834

>>468829

>Nah I just visit random Asian grocers to try their different teas.

That is a new kind store for me.

What kind candies they have there?

>>468832

> she was pushed out of the industry.

Why?


 No.468835

>>468831

Ah nice, I love a gyudon. How'd you make it? And I'm glad you're feeling comfortable tonight anon.


 No.468836

>>468834

>Why?

She didn't renew her contract with Sony. That's it. She didn't like how they were trying to force her image, so went against them and they Yakuza'd her out of the entertainment world. As a result, she became the first Chika Idol, called a "Phantom Idol" because she did everything on her own, had fans, but was never seen. She wouldn't reappear on TV for about two decades. That video linked is like an idol doujinshi OVA.


 No.468837

>>468836

I wonder what is happening with idol culture with social media. That should well they to be independent.


 No.468838

>>468837

Independent Chika Idols are more common now than ever.


 No.468839

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>>468835

>simmer soy sauce, dashi, sake, mirin, and sugar in pan

>add chopped onions and cook until soft

>add shaved beef, cooks real fast

>serve over hot rice

>garnish with green onion and shichimi togarashi

It can be enhanced with red pickled ginger and raw egg too. A hearty soul-warming meal.


 No.468840

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>>468834

There are tons of Asian grocers here ranging from those that sell general Asian goods and stores specialising in specific regional produce like, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. There are similar stores and restaurants that are owned and operated by people with backgrounds from around the world that are good fun to explore.

>What kind candies they have there?

Lots of Japanese chocolates and candies as well as Korean chips and I particularly like the white rabbit candies that I think are from China maybe.

>>468839

Damn, that sounds just like the way this cheap old Japanese bar I used to live near does it. I love the red pickled ginger stuff too.


 No.468841

>>468835

Here's how I do it.

Ingredients:

Rice (half a bowl's worth, use a big bowl)

1/2 pound Beef (cut the beef into slices, you can also use beef precut for cheese steaks)

1/2 or 1 whole Onion (cut longways)

Broth

Broth:

1/2 cup of dashi

2 teaspoons of sake

2 teaspoons of soy sauce

2 teaspoons of mirin

1 teaspoon of sugar

For these four spices, you can vary amounts as you please to get a different flavor.

Pour all these into a large sauce pan and cover with a lid. Put on medium heat until it simmers.

Add sliced onions, spread them out in the broth, and put the lid back on. Cook the onions until clear.

Add the beef now. You can leave the lid off. Keep cooking the beef until it's all browned and if you're enterprising skim off the fat (I'm too lazy for this).

Now put the beef and onions over the rice. If you want it "Extra Sauce" (and I would want to interrogate you. I would want to interrogate you for roughly an hour) pour in as much of the broth as you want. As >>468839 says, green onion, shichimi, and eggs are good too. Add the scrambled egg when the beef is just about done and mix it. But the best is the pickled ginger. Not the thin flat slices you find next to sushi, but ginger pickled in sweet plum vinegar. They look almost like short little noodles. That's the kind you want. Just pile those fuckers on, they have a delicious sour-sweet taste.


 No.468842

>>468840

Do you live in San Francisco?


 No.468843

>>468834

>What kind candies they have there?

Not him, but the ones around my house typically have a mix of Asian candies and European candies. That's where I get my tyrkisk pebbers from.


 No.468844

>>468839

>That moment when you realize you basically made gyudon just now but stir-fried it instead of simmering it like a stew


 No.468845

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>>468842

No way, mate. I'm Aussie.

>>468841

Both methods seem pretty simple so I'll give them a go later, cheers! Sometimes I like to cook a mix of brown and white rice together and add some chopped up pickled beetroot to it. Is that odd?


 No.468846

>>468845

Try adding curry to your pickled beet root. Curried beets are delicious.


 No.468847

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>>468845

>pickled beetroot

I'm not australian enough to judge on that matter.


 No.468848

>>468845

It's weird to me but I can't stand sweet things with rice. I only like beetroot on sandwiches and burgers as well.


 No.468849

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>Went to make egg fried rice with vegetables

>Ended up with a monstrosity of lamb meat, green peppers, broccoli, eggs, rice, onions, and cabbage

I'm not even sure what to call this, but it tastes good.


 No.468850

>>468840

>I particularly like the white rabbit candies that I think are from China maybe.

First time hear about that.

>>468843

> tyrkisk pebbers

A cheaper version of that was popular with the kids here in the past.


 No.468851

>>468849

Sounds delicious. Throwing together what leftovers you have on hand into fried rice always has good results.


 No.468852

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>>468846

That sounds like a fucking great idea.

>>468847

>>468848

I put it in my fried rice too, just stirred in at the end so it doesn't cook.

>>468850

>(Chinese: 大白兔奶糖; pinyin: Dàbáitù Nǎitáng) is a brand of milk candy manufactured by Shanghai Guan Sheng Yuan Food, Ltd.

>White Rabbit Creamy Candy is white, with a soft, chewy texture, and is formed into cylinders approximately 3 cm long and 1 cm in diameter, similar to contemporary western nougat or taffy.


 No.468853

>>468851

I have't eaten real food in a day or so, so it's quite delicious. Agreed on the throwing together leftovers thing. I usually make stew or curry using that method.


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 No.468857

>>468856

Sorry for the quote.


 No.468858

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 No.468860

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 No.468861

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Soon I will end her route and go to Fuuka route. I think in VN she had a wonderful voice.


 No.468862

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 No.468864

How is it a VN that looked like such shit became so iconic to us, /a/?


 No.468865

>>468864

Good writing and timing.


 No.468866

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>>468864

I like the Air style. This like a place lost in time in the time was lunch.

Also the songs are excellent.

Maybe the anime are better in every point, but for you live the routine, we felt in loves for the VNs.


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 No.468868

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Ordinaries days in paradise.


 No.468869

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Well, here's our end for tonight.

Thanks for listening anon, I hope you enjoyed it. I'll see you again next week.


 No.468870

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Thanks for the stream, Smithee.


 No.468871

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>>468869

Again, you did a excellent job. The idol block was divine as the comfy block. Thank you form streaming to us, Smithee.

Good night anons. I hope you have excellent week.


 No.468872

>>468869

Thanks smithee, it was great. I'm looking forward to seeing you all again soon.


 No.468873

>>468869

Charming selections all around. Thanks for the stream, smithee. All of you be safe and have good weeks.


 No.468874

They always go so quickly.

Thanks again, Smithee.


 No.468875

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>>468869

Thanks for the stream Smithee


 No.468876

>>468875

Cute gif, anon.


 No.468877

>>468869

Thanks again, Smithee. I missed out on the first couple of hours but I liked what I got.

>>468876

A cute gif for, and from, a cute anon.


 No.468878

>>468877

Entoma a cute. CUTE!


 No.468879

>>468869

Thanks for the stream, smithee.


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