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  1. Take 5 with Bradley Roby: Ohio State's going to win it allRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Denver Post

    Bradley Roby's journey to the Broncos began in high school. He starred at Peachtree Ridge in Suwanee, Ga.

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  2. Portland's Voodoo Doughnut plans massive Asian expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | The Oregonian

    Voodoo Doughnut, Portland's Golden Gate Bridge, will be expanding to Japan and Taiwan, as well as opening a fifth location domestically, in 2015. "That was one of the things that brought us to them [taking boxes back on the airplane]," Kenneth "Cat Daddy" Pogson, co-owner of Voodoo Doughnut, said.

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  3. Dining Review: Fresh Catch BistroRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Gulfshore Life

    Not so long ago, the idea of fine dining on Fort Myers Beach seemed improbable. Chicken wings? Yes.

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  4. Yellowtail: Newest Sushi Stop On the Sunset StripRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | The Orlando Sentinel

    The longtime Mirabelle space on the Sunset Strip is unrecognizable as a sushi spot in a rustically sleek new incarnation. It's the second outpost of Yellowtail, a Las Vegas-born restaurant from chef Akira Back, who brings modern Korean touches to beautifully composed Asian fusion dishes.

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  5. Ski dining: Deer Valley is for seafood loversRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | USA Today

    Skiing works up an appetite, and there are few more decadent ways to satiate it than at the venerable Deer Valley Seafood Buffet. Ski dining: Deer Valley is for seafood lovers Skiing works up an appetite, and there are few more decadent ways to satiate it than at the venerable Deer Valley Seafood Buffet.

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  6. Fusion Fire Asian Restaurant's menu remains unchanged after 'Restaurant Redemption': reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | PennLive.com

    If Frank and Vivian Dominick, owners of Fusion Fire Asian Restaurant in Hampden Twp., gained anything from the Cooking Channel show "Restaurant Redemption" it was confidence. The reality show seeks out struggling Asian restaurants, and with a budget of $10,000 attempts to fix and improve existing menus and atmosphere.

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  7. Point Ruston Announces Next Restaurant - Award-Winning Mio SushiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Restaurant News Resource

    Point Ruston, the Northwest's newest waterfront neighborhood, announces that Mio Sushi, a full-service Japanese restaurant, will open its newest location immediately adjacent to the nine-screen Century Theatres. Along with WildFin American Grill, Mio Sushi is planning a Grand Opening in Spring 2015 to coincide with the opening of the Century Theatres.

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  8. Perfect combination of burgers, beer; Christmas dinner, room...Read the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | The Japan Times

    ... to welcome customers with their brand new look. Hinokizaka is divided in four sections; kaiseki traditional Japanese cuisine, sushi, tempura and teppanyaki, with each offering authentic dishes. The kaiseki and sushi areas face the floor-to-ceiling ...

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  9. These US Airports Offer More Healthy Food Options Than You'd ExpectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Jaunted

    Wander through an average US airport and you'll notice the options for a pre-flight nosh are usually disappointing. Fast food before sitting on a plane for hours? Even if your tastebuds say yes, your body will later have you regretting that decision.

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  10. SEOUL: Things we want President Park to doRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Asia News Network

    It's already the second week of December and the 50th week of 2014. The year of the Sewol ferry tragedy is waning, leaving in its wake the bottomless sorrows of the families, classmates and teachers of the 304 dead.

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  11. Food ThreadRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 10 | The Sand Trap

    This is a tough one, because we have many Korean stores around here that I don't know how to make it any more. One thing my grandparents have done in the past is mix soy sauce, sugar, crushed whole ginger, crushed whole garlic, fresh green onions and some sesame oil.

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  12. Ignore Kiyen's clutter, enjoy its sushiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Arkansas Times

    Kiyen's Japanese Restaurant is an odd-looking place. There's the typical hostess station setup at the entrance, but piled all around that are tables, chairs and other dining room ephemera that serve as a wall to block off half the dining room.

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  13. Point Ruston Announces Next Restaurant a " Award-Winning Mio SushiRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Business Wire

    Along with WildFin American Grill, Mio Sushi is planning a Grand Opening in Spring 2015 to coincide with the opening of the Century Theatres. Mio Sushi at Point Ruston will offer patrons a menu that combines classic and creative fusion dishes that reflect the local flavors and ingredients of the Pacific Northwest.

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  14. Tracking the Catch of the Day at Sushi DenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Denver Westword

    Sushi Den 's 30th anniversary is this month and although the restaurant is not in the habit of running specials or discounts, owners Toshi and Yasu Kizaki have held a few small events throughout the year to show appreciation for regular customers. The most recent was a grand sake tasting at Izakaya Den that also included a tuna butchering demonstration.

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  15. Tanoshii Sushi Mike's measures up to the original-plus it has cocktailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Chicago Reader

    The original Andersonvile location of Tanoshii has built its reputation on the sushi creations of chef-owner Mike Ham-aka Sushi Mike-who's known for the off-menu specialty rolls he'll make on request. Customers who order the "Sushi Mike's Special" tell their server what they like and dislike and how many rolls they want, and Ham will come up with often-quirky combinations involving nontraditional ingredients like dried oregano, olive oil, fresh fruit, green onions, and tomatoes .

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  16. Flyin Fin soars to new heights in Riviera VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Easy Reader News

    Part of the joy of sushi is the beauty of the food, which comes in forms that can be startling. I remember when I first saw the neat cubes of rice, thin sheets of seaweed, neat cylinders of sushi rolls with squares of cucumber and fish next to a perfect sphere of wasabi.

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  17. The Latest Point Ruston Addition: Mio SushiRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Exit 133

    More Point Ruston news - we just got word that a new sushi restaurant will be opening in the waterfront development. Tacoma, Wash.

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  18. Dining Review: Fresh Catch BistroRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Gulfshore Life

    Not so long ago, the idea of fine dining on Fort Myers Beach seemed improbable. Chicken wings? Yes.

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  19. Things we want President Park to doRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Korea Herald

    It's already the second week of December and the 50th week of 2014. The year of the Sewol ferry tragedy is waning, leaving in its wake the bottomless sorrows of the families, classmates and teachers of the 304 dead.

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  20. Summerville's Yuri Kojima hosts YouTube's Japanese Cooking LoversRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Charleston City Paper

    Let's face it, with a Japanese population of 0.1 percent, the chances of taking a cooking class hosted by a native of the island nation in Charleston is pretty slim. At least that's what we thought until we discovered the Lowcountry has its own Japanese cooking YouTube star: Culinary Institute of Charleston student and Tokyo native Yuri Kojima.

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