My favourite dinner so far goes to Hawaii. It’s called a “mixed plate” and it sounds like a weird combination, but it’s absolutely delicious.
On the plate, you have two ice cream scoops of white rice, a helping of chicken teriyaki, katsu pork (pork chops dipped in Panko and deep fried in beef tallow), and cold macaroni salad. The rice, the katsu, and the chicken teriyaki were hot and the macaroni salad was very cold, so it made for an excellent palate cleanser. Absolutely delicious meal. I love all the curry I’ve had and Morocco has great food, but I think Hawaii wins it. I’ve always loved Hawaii anyway, so it’s really no surprise to me that I love their food. Tomorrow, we finish our around-the-world trip by eating Canada’s national dish which I assume will be poutine (fries, cheese curds, and gravy) and Nanaimo bars or buttertart squares.
Grace is still cleaning up, but she insisted I come to the library and meet her here. Augustus is already with me, so I’m just waiting patiently for her.
This was a great tour of the world’s foods and I’m very proud of her for taking up the challenge and completing it beautifully.