We have sizzling hot days in this August, but it will end in two days.
And we are going to have September, which reminds us of fall coming, although we are supposed to have other hot days in September, too.
Now, what will come up with your mind when you hear the word of fall?
Fall reminds me of the season of delicious food, and particularly, I will recall the appetizing aroma of matsutake, a Japanese mushroom.
So today, I will introduce to you, the Curry Marché (House, ￥275), which is a European curry, and is full of mushrooms.
I ate a medium spicy as usual because I like it. So the curry was not so hot, but slightly spicy.
But you don’t worry about it. Because mushrooms made its taste mild and a little bit sweet, probably, I could finish eating it without a glass of water.
The curry sauce was thick just as other European curries are so.
Compared with the Bon Curry Neo, I like the Bon Curry Neo better than this because the former has bigger dices of potato, carrot and meat.
However it is wonderfully tasty and I want to eat it repeatedly.
Anyway, I began to think that ready-to-eat curries may be better than homemade curry. Because they are cooked in a giant saucepan with lots of ingredients and water in the factory, the taste will be much deeper and better than that of cooked at home.
Now I'm free from the old idea that ready-to-eat curries are bad. That's what I've got from this experience of eating many kinds of ready-to-eat curries.
Have a nice day.