First off, the news is sort of "weaning" itself and has gradually brought back some regular programming, though I think most of the shows they are showing are re-runs.
There are still a lot of people missing and supplies are starting to trickle to the needed areas.
It seems that the roadways and railways aren't back to normal yet, which is causing most of the hold-ups. And gasoline in that area is very, very limited. Making things even more difficult.
I'm glad they are getting the nuclear power plant issue in order and it seems that there is radiation in some foods from that area, but we were reassured that the levels are low.
Regardless of what the government says, people all over are still stock piling food and toiletries (namely toilet paper).
In Osaka, though, it is pretty normal. Yesterday many schools and universities had their graduation ceremonies. There were many girls dressed in kimono. It was kind of nice to see many people out and about.
I wanted to share with you a new way to make tuna sandwich filling...add grated carrots.
It may not be something new to you, but I learned about it when it was in a sandwich I had at Starbucks, though their version had grated onions too.
I thought it would be a good way to get more veggies in.
I figured if it was good with tuna, then why not try egg?
So I tried it and also added some smoked salmon that had been in my freezer for awhile.
Both versions are good. I think even adding grated cucumber would be nice too.
Do you have a different way of making tuna and or egg filling?