This stuff is a little expensive. I mean 7 slices for $ 25-30, but it is well worth it! It is the kind of sashimi that is so smooth and so succulent that I cannot get enough of this stuff. I usually have it with a side of hot steamed rice. So good!
kfontenot posted a Quick Tip about Sake Bomb.
September 11, 2011
The Fugu (blowfish, poisonous; one that kills if not prepared correctly), Uni (sea urchin), Basashi (horse meat), Kujira (whale), Iruca (dolphin), Okura (salmon roe) and Shirako (fish sperm) are some of the queerest food when it comes to the Japanese Cuisine. Eating seafood raw is certainly Japanese style and in some ways it has increased the Japanese life span! So, if you … more
devora posted a Quick Tip about Ankimo.
April 26, 2010
The only place I've heard about having sushi for breakfast is at Tsukiji Fish Market, an area near to Ginza in Tokyo. And have I had sushi for breakfast? Yep, at around 5.30 am, I do believe! This is an experience anyone who has the love of sushi must definitely try when in Tokyo. There are lots to see and do in Tokyo so one might not be able to wake up so … more
Toro is the holy grail of all sashimi. It's the underbelly of the bluefin tuna, and it's the most scarce (toro is only about 8% of a tuna!), delicious, and, therefore, expensive, sashimi that there is out there. For years, I've been hearing about how bluefin tuna is auctioned off for hundreds of thousands of dollars in Asia, usually won by chefs, and how people flock to those chef's restaurants … more
When most Americans think about nom nom nom-ing on tuna, the first things that come to mind are probably the standard tuna sandwiches, and tuna salad on crackers. Ya know, the Chicken of the Sea stuff that got Jessica S. all confused. Well, not this broad.... I like it RAW! I probably eat way too much sushi and sashimi for my own good. … more