E is for..Excitement!!

E is for Electone
of my lovely music instrument i play.
How Exciting music is!

E is for Eggs
we can say Eggs is Tamago in japanese

and this is 'TAMAGOYAKI'
which is 'mother made'
and the  primary of Japanese cooking
Have you already tried and Enjoyed?

E  is  also for Egg-plant
This japanese eggplant.Too short?
and fried eggplant

E is for the Equinox on March 21th
We have holidays too

How do you have Enjoyable plan?

And February Eighteenth is my sister's birthday!

19 件のコメント:

Dragonfly さんのコメント...

Mmmmm - tamago sushi - my favourite :-)

Betty (picture circa 1951) さんのコメント...

A varied selection of E words!

Juanita Tortilla さんのコメント...

Hehehe. E is for Elephant!
Tamagoyaki! Yummy! Too bad mine is always round, because I don't have a square pan to make a pretty-looking Tamagoyaki.

My name is PJ. さんのコメント...

So many E words! You did an exquisite, excellent job today!!

Viki さんのコメント...

A most excellent use of the E word. Happy birthday to your sister.

joo さんのコメント...

E is also for enchanting post:)
Well done Mami!

Jo さんのコメント...

Wonderful selection of E words, and i love learning about Japan!

Jackie さんのコメント...

You sound so Excited! :) I like your electone and music is fun . I don't think I ever had eggplant but I like that word .

laterg8r さんのコメント...

so many wonderful pics to go with your E's :D

TK さんのコメント...

Oh! I have never tried Tamagoyaki but it looks delicious! Tamago sushi is my favourite too! Have a wonderful holidays Mami!

Kate さんのコメント...

I've not had tamagoyaki before, but we do eat a lot of eggs (and omelettes) in our house which is almost the same I guess.

Kate x

Prim2Pink さんのコメント...

What is in Tamagoyaki besides eggs? Looks delicious.
I hope your sister is having a most Enjoyable birthday!!

Jenny さんのコメント...

I love many of your "E" words. That E gg dish looks E nticing! Can you share a recipe?

Thanks for participating.


mbkatc230 さんのコメント...

Wonderful choices for your E words. I love music also, it truly is the universal language. Kathy

Tracey さんのコメント...

How do you make that egg thing, it looks so yummy! xxx

Debbie さんのコメント...

Cute post on your letter E...Excellent!

Melinda Cornish さんのコメント...

I love music too...it is exciting and enjoyable!

Monica さんのコメント...

Fun post - We lived 3 years in Okinawa. I've heard of Sukiyaki, yakisoba and yakitori, but not tamagoyaki - What is it?

Amy さんのコメント...

Yummm I love eggs and eggplant and your dish looks delish and I love your name too. Mami...just adorable!