Like many homes in the Genbu Ravine, Nitori’s had the kappa essentials. Upon entering, there was the workshop, consisting of a workbench and empty space for large projects. To the workshop’s left was the supply closet. It contained everything a kappa needed to build, as well as some of her inventions. To the right was Nitori’s bedroom. All it had was a bed, a small table, and a wardrobe. In the back was the kitchen, always stocked with cucumbers, and the back door. In the ceiling, the electric lights would shine bright, helping the kappa work on her inventions late into the night.
That was not the case on this
I especially like chicken and mushroom pies, with all the usual savoury fillings a close second. You know the ones: steak and kidney, steak and onion, chicken and leek, cheese and onion, steak and ale, pork, Scotch, chicken and vegetable and whatnot. I have never tried a macaroni pie, though.
Puddings-wise, I quite like a cherry pie, but all the sweet ones are good. Incidentally, I also love Cornish pasties.