Japanese Cuisine Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Digest: Blackbird opens in Washington Park as gathering place for neighborsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Denver Post

    Blackbird, recently opened in Washington Park, is the latest in the Table to Tavern restaurant group, which also owns Atticus and Boone's Tavern. The new restaurant, at the corner of Downing and Alameda streets, is at the former location of Handlebar Tavern, which has cycled through many different incarnations in recent years.

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  7. The best thing I ever ate: Our favorite...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Capistrano Valley News

    Pressed to name their best, our food and drink cognoscenti recall their most memorable flavors from 2014. Here's what they came up with: Sifting through the memories of more than 400 restaurant meals, looking for the three dishes that stood out above all the others is an impossible task.

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  8. Chow Offers Asian-Inspired Fare With a Hit-and-Miss American-Tailored MenuRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Broward-Palm Beach

    Let's talk about sushi. Not the nigirizushi you'll get in Japan -- slices of raw fish on vinegar-infused fermented rice -- but the Western variety: rolls made with cream cheese, imitation crab, cucumber, and avocado, to suit American palates.

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  9. Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet, Lower Paxton Twp.; Dukes Bar Grille, Hershey, and other Dauphin County restaurant inspections: Nov. 9-15Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | PennLive.com

    The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture oversees restaurant inspections in the state. Inspection reports are "snapshots" of the day and time the inspections took place.

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  10. 3 food hack recipes for cooking novicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | NOLA.com

    Okay, so you're not Julia Child, but that doesn't mean you have to stay out of the kitchen. For those cooking-illiterate folks out there who don't know how to turn on an oven, but love food that tastes good, don't fret, Peggy Wang has some fantastic tips, tricks, and recipes for you in her book Amazing Food Hacks.

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  11. A 1000 Beef And Other Stories Of Excessive EatingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2014 | Londonist

    The world's most expensive beef has arrived in the City, offering much needed help to bankers unsure of how to blow their bonuses. It's the first time in more than a decade that luxurious Kobe beef has been available in London, and it's being sold for nearly 150 a steak or as part of a 1000 meal.

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  12. Naoe's Other Half, N, Must Be Experienced to Be UnderstoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Miami New Times

    ... be described as kaiseki, a traditional Japanese meal guided by changing seasons, but Cory calls it "natural Japanese cuisine." Either way, it's welcome in a town where most so-called Japanese restaurants proffer California and JB rolls alongside pad ...

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  13. A bright Blu ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Sun-Star

    IT'S THAT time of year again when joy is all around. This year, Radisson Blu Hotel Cebu brings us festive celebrations and exciting offerings to welcome the holiday season starting December 15. Holiday Masses.

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  14. Sake specialists give a lesson in cultureRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | The Japan Times

    In Saijo, Hiroshima Prefecture, the largest room in the home of Hisao Maegaki, president of the sake brewery Kamoizumi Shuzo, is set for a feast. Zabuton floor cushions and red ozen , the low tray-tables traditionally used for dining in Japan, form a circle on the tatami floor, and the windows look out onto two exquisitely manicured rock gardens.

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  15. Umami: What You've Been MissingRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 2 | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    ... to food. It makes your food feel richer, more delicious and more decadent. A key component in Chinese and Japanese cuisine, umami is starting to gain importance in Western cooking. American cooking tends to rely on fat or salt to get that feeling, ...

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  16. Restaurant review: Aomori SushiRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | The Asian Pacific Post

    Japanese restaurants are a dime a dozen in Vancouver, which is why I seem to eat at one of them every week or so. Many of these restaurants are run by non-Japanese owners, which may account for the vast differences in quality.

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  17. New regulations reel in fishing of Atlantic bluefin tunaRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Reuters

    The Atlantic bluefin tuna gained protections from overfishing in the Gulf of Mexico and the waters off North Carolina under a federal rule published on Tuesday to better regulate a species coveted by sushi lovers. The regulations, effective in January, restrict the use of certain longline fishing gear in parts of the Gulf of Mexico during April and May, when the species spawns in the region.

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  18. Review: Livermore's Wasabi Bistro an inland outpost of ocean's bountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Inside Bay Area

    It may seem counterintuitive, but chef Danny Pak, who co-owns Wasabi Bistro with his wife, Masami, made a difficult choice when he opened the restaurant earlier this year: Spend big on a lease in the locales closer to the center of the bay, or go somewhere a little out of the way and use the savings to have top-quality fish overnighted to him from Japan every day. Pak spent time working in restaurants in South Korea and Japan as a teen before moving to the Bay Area, seeking to use his contacts in the sushi world to bring the best to local diners.

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  19. Sprig Delivering ICHI Sushi + NI Bar All This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | 7x7

    Continuing their guest chef series, Sprig will deliver ICHI Sushi + NI Bar dinners all this week, care of chef Tim Archuleta. Which is great, since this glorious rainfall does not make one want to hoof it out to the Mission.

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  20. Nihilist, Sigmund Freud Toothpaste and Lady Gaga Singing Toothbrush for Xmas.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Examiner.com

    Say you are out holiday shopping for your psychiatrist and don't know what to get him. Well they now have Sigmund Freud Toothpaste .

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