NHKラジオ ビジネス英会話 Writers' Workshop 7月号, 2007
では、Writers' Workshop 7月号です。
There are three things that I always do when I go to foreign countries. Firstly, I go to a supermarket and get food and eat in hotel room. Secondly, I go to McDonald's. Lastly, I go to Japanese restaurant. That's all.
The reason I go to a supermarket is you can understand the level of the normal diet in the country. If you have three or four people, it is fun to eat daily food and drink beer in hotel room.
When I went to Italy, because it was my husband's birth month, I got wine made in the year he was born and drank it with other members. I was impressed with the variety of wine stocked in the small liquor store in Italy.
The reason I go to McDonald's is you can know subtle difference between burgers as the menu and the recipe is same in the world. For example, there are abundant varieties of menu of chicken in Hong Kong. Cheese burger was astoundingly delicious in Milan. Pickles were awfully big in Moscow. Different countries must
have different burgers.
Lastly I go to Japanese restaurant. This is good chance to know how Japanese dishes are cooked in the country. Even in Japan, I am often surprised to know the way they eat. As an essayist, I cannot miss the chance to know how it is like in foreign
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