calling the main part of this lunch a sanshoku donburi
with edamame, eggs, and the last of the Thanksgiving
turkey. It doesn't match any of the recipes I've seen,
but on the other hand the variety of the recipes is
proof that there is no one standard. It has three colors
- that's what sanshoku means - over rice, and that's
close enough for government work. By the way, "shoku"
(spelled with a different kanji) means "food,"
so, phonetically, "sanshoku" can mean "three
color" (三色) or "three foods"
(三食). Japanese is
a great language for puns and double meanings.
On the side I have, of course, baked purple sweet potato, and in
addition a half moon rice cake.