Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Surprize! Tako (Octopus)





In Japan Octopus is called "tako" not like a mexican taco, even though it is pronounced the same way. So when you come to Okinawa, if you order a taco, you are going to get a "tako" (octopus). Well, we were having dinner early on Tuesday, (Kayo and Natsuki come early because they teach Japanese at the Bible College) and there was a knock on our door, it was our next door neighbor. Her husband is a fisherman and he loves to bring us all kinds of sea fixins, so this time he brought us tako. They were so fresh, right out of the ocean. Segmon, Zach, Natsuki and Kayo dug right in. We were blessed this afternoon.

3 comments:

Mario said...

Man, That Tako looks soooooo good!I did have a question...If you find a little Octopus can you call it a Takito? Heeh heeh heeh!If you didnt think that was funny e-mail me so we can Tako bout it!

Anonymous said...

Mario,
That was really funny, you cracked me up.

Pastor Tommy

George said...

You are truely blessed. I love fresh fish and God has given you a neighbor; right next door; that gives you fresh TAKO. Wow, I am so happy for you!

Praise the Lord!