Add Some Totoro Flare to Your Dishes
Another Totoro hot pot appearance, this time in grated daikon radish form.
Although it tastes delicious, some foreigners have a hard time accepting the concept of eating tarako, as cod roe is called in Japan. Maybe it’d gain greater acceptance if it was always shaped like Totoro.
And if you’re a parent having trouble encouraging your kids to clean their plates, you can always remind them that unless they eat all their vegetables, they won’t be getting any Totoro desserts, such as pudding.
If you’re still hungry for more Totoro meals, you’ll be happy to know that @blacktotoros takes requests and, if her tweets are anything to go by, she can get by in English as well, so let her know what you’d like her to make next. You won’t get to eat it, but we’re sure it’ll be a feast for the eyes.
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