Aww, yeah! It's Monday Punday!
Two electricians were in a race that went down to the wire.
Kamza @ Richmond, CA
Kamza is a fabulous place who serves sushi with good prices. It should be renamed Ka-ching! Anyway, I guess we could start with sushi. We didn't order just one roll of sushi, we got two(cuz we're that cool...). The unagi with avocado roll is awesome for avocado lovers. However, I liked the caterpillar roll a little better than the unagi with avocado roll. The unagi in the caterpillar rolls just had more flavor and shone a little brighter. Secondly, what's a Japanese meal without a bento box? You ought to try the salmon and fried chicken bento box. The salmon was drenched in teriyaki sauce, which for me, is the best thing ever! Plus, the fried chicken was amazing. Even though fried chicken is full American, Kamza did a marvelous job. With fall already here and bringing cold winds and much needed rain, udon is an essential dish. The noodles were very "QQ" and cooked well. Also, it was thoughtful of Kamza to put in other vegetables and other food to go with the noodles. To wrap it up, Kamza is an inviting restaurant that just received 3.6 stars from me.
Monday Punday is #lol
When a clock is still hungry, it goes back four seconds.
Hehehe, until next week!
"I'm baaack!"-Monday Punday
Ellie broke her finger today but on the other hand, she's completely fine.
With fresh strawberries, creamy cream cheese, and an amazing, crunchy crumble, I always have room for the Strawberry Crumble Tart after a meal. First off, preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Then gather these ingredients for the oat crumble:
In a medium bowl, mix the flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt together. After that, add in the oats and butter. Leave the mixture alone for a few minutes. Scatter these crumbs on a pan. Make sure they're about 1/4 to 12 inch. Take the pastry shell and put it in the lower third rack of the oven and the crumble on the top rack. Bake for 10 minutes and let the crust and crumble switch places(Crust now on the top rack, crumble now on the bottom). Keep baking the crumble for 10 to 15 minutes or until it's golden and firm and the pastry shell for 15 to 20 minutes when it gets golden and dry. When that's done, cool them both. Separate the crumbs is they are clumped together with a spoon or another utensil.
Now for the strawberry cream cheese filling:
Place the cream cheese in a bowl and mix with an electric mixer on medium speed until smooth. Add in sugar, lemon zest, and vanilla and just keep on beating. To assemble the tart, spread half of the cream cheese filling at the bottom of the tart. Then arrange the berries any way you want(Preferably face down). Dump the rest of the cream cheese over the strawberries and spread evenly. Sprinkle the crumble on top of that. Make sure everything is covered by the crumbs.
**Store it in a cool place(like the fridge) to make it firm and easier to serve and enjoy.
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