Lunch Options: From Home-Cooked Meals to Dining Out # 123

Lunch Options: From Home-Cooked Meals to Dining Out # 123
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わたしが日本でよくお昼に食べるもの。What do you Eat for Lunch? Discover the joy of cooking and the convenience of dining out in Japan. From homemade pasta to local udon, learn how I balance nutrition, taste, and budget in my daily meals.

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単語 (Vocabulary)

自炊(じすい)- Home cooking
外食(がいしょく)- Eating out
テイクアウト - Takeout
調理(ちょうり)- Cooking
食事(しょくじ)- Meal
悩む(なやむ)- To worry, to ponder
発見(はっけん)- Discovery
トッピング - Topping
ソース - Sauce
レシピ - Recipe
簡単(かんたん)- Simple, easy
健康(けんこう)- Health

会話の話題 (Conversation Topics)

Do you usually cook your own lunch, or do you often eat out?

If you cook, what kind of dishes do you often make? Do you have any regular meals you prepare?

What do you think is the difference between tsukemen and regular ramen?

When eating alone, do you prefer takeout or dining out? Please share your reasons.

Dish List
Japanese Dish Name English Translation
タイカレーThai Curry
漬け丼Marinated fish Bowl
チャーハンFried Rice
青椒肉絲Shredded Pork with Green Peppers
麻婆茄子Mapo Eggplant
ブロッコリーケーキBroccoli Cake
焼きうどんStir-Fried Udon
皿うどんNagasaki-style Fried Noodles with Various Toppings
オムライスOmelette Rice
ナポリタンSpaghetti Napolitan
チキンサラダChicken Salad
トマたま炒めStir-Fried Tomato and Eggs
チリコンカーンChili Con Carne
豚キムチStir-Fried Pork Kimchi
グリル料理Grilled Dishes

Japanese Transcripts (Furigana Included/Excluded)

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