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    osheci and kakizome

    We thought we'd share a bit of our New Years traditions with you... some traditional japanese food and then calligraphy (which i'm horrible at, but sara is good at) based on your intentions for the new year.








































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    The aforementioned food and company were excellent.

    My calligraphy? Not so much.

    Thanks again, Jon and Sara!!!
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    Jon, beautiful presentation. Please identify the foods. Did you make any of it?
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    I second what mano said, it looks wonderful however I can only identify about two or three items.
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    can i take a guess?

    Quote Originally Posted by mano View Post
    Jon, beautiful presentation. Please identify the foods. Did you make any of it?
    pickled lotus root, tomago [sp?], shrimp, seaweed knot, fish paste ,
    cucumber, carrot and octopus salad
    konyaku

    how did i do?

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    we made almost all of it from scratch... here's what was on the plate pickled renkon (lotus root), kuri kinton, ebi, kobnu, fish cake, salted cod roe, vinegared octopus with daikon and carrot, datemaki (the rolled ommlete looking thing), grilled red snapper, kuromame, and konyaku... i think that covers it

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