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Yakiniku Beef Sandwich

Have you tried Yakiniku beef? It looks like bacon, only beef. We absolutely super duper love it!

That’s my Yakiniku beef and egg sandwich (I prefer it a bit burnt to remove excess fat) and vegetable salad. Sunquick orange juice to wash down the food. Yum.

Home-cooked Food

I know, this has fats attached to it but I don’t really eat it because it’s “bawal” bummer. The kids have this as their lunch. Here is my Yakiniku beef and mushroom and what I make for them ala-Jo****** beef and mushroom meal :)

Here by the way is a controversial issue about Yakiniku beef but not about the quality but something that involved a plagiarist ;)

I was  looking for articles about custom laptops when friends alerted me about the controversial issue.  Hmph.

Mahirap kaya magluto at kumuha ng magandang picture tapos they will say these are theirs.

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5 Responses to “Yakiniku Beef Sandwich”

  1. maiylah on 12 Nov 2010 at 12:15 pm 1

    i think i’ve heard of Yakiniku beef…do they also use that in shabu-shabu restaurants?or i might be mistaken. lol
    ay, naku…di na talaga siguro mawawala yung mga plagiarists na yan…kaya we all just have to be careful nalang…and hope that we won’t be their next victim!

    ps. ingat with eating burnt food…it is carcinogenic daw. hehehe….

  2. Jay-agent112778 on 13 Nov 2010 at 12:53 pm 2

    i like yankiniku and teriyaki beef, yum yum

    here’s my FOOD FRIDAY entry

  3. greenbucks on 15 Nov 2010 at 8:38 am 3

    Inaalis ko naman pag medyo sunog na part :D

  4. greenbucks on 15 Nov 2010 at 8:45 am 4

    Jay, I can’t figure out how to put my comment in your blog :(

  5. […] Here are two other ways I cook  the beef strips:  yakiniku beef with mushrooms and Yakiniku beef sandwich filling. […]

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