Filleting fish

Kitchen Knife Forums

Help Support Kitchen Knife Forums:

JBroida

KKF Vendor
Founding Member
Joined
Feb 28, 2011
Messages
6,742
Reaction score
1,347
Location
Beverly Hills, CA
299123_10150322819743860_369479678859_8082142_1693258311_n.jpg


310841_10150322819768860_369479678859_8082143_897340483_n.jpg


321068_10150322821448860_369479678859_8082182_1898150005_n.jpg


307326_10150322821693860_369479678859_8082189_1918264345_n.jpg


311819_10150322822308860_369479678859_8082195_1539724191_n.jpg


301191_10150322822778860_369479678859_8082205_2083720593_n.jpg


313371_10150322823158860_369479678859_8082214_1953221408_n.jpg
 

riverie

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 4, 2011
Messages
237
Reaction score
64
nice cut Jon. quick question... do they sear katsuo and sawara like the way we do normally here ?
 

JBroida

KKF Vendor
Founding Member
Joined
Feb 28, 2011
Messages
6,742
Reaction score
1,347
Location
Beverly Hills, CA
not always... depends on what they are going to do with it and what area you are in
 

riverie

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 4, 2011
Messages
237
Reaction score
64
i see, thank you Jon... i always curious about this. now i wish i can go there to enjoy their takoyaki :).
 

JBroida

KKF Vendor
Founding Member
Joined
Feb 28, 2011
Messages
6,742
Reaction score
1,347
Location
Beverly Hills, CA
lol... the only takoyaki i had this year was "takoyaki" doughnuts... horrible
 

riverie

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 4, 2011
Messages
237
Reaction score
64
at least it's not frozen takoyaki like mostly we got here in NYC :(. i'm visiting Japan next year most likely.... i will make a list of what should i eat there :), ankimo, fugu, takoyaki, and okonomiyaki is a must...
 

bishamon

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 26, 2011
Messages
239
Reaction score
0
Nice, makes me want to get some practice fish again. I did get a couple whole aji and saba the other day. Whose Suisin was that?
 

bishamon

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 26, 2011
Messages
239
Reaction score
0
By the way your talk of kujira etc. inspired me to post up several dozen pictures of the food I had in Japan in the What's Cooking section. Man, I want to go back.
 

heirkb

Senior Member
Joined
Mar 22, 2011
Messages
904
Reaction score
1
at least it's not frozen takoyaki like mostly we got here in NYC :(. i'm visiting Japan next year most likely.... i will make a list of what should i eat there :), ankimo, fugu, takoyaki, and okonomiyaki is a must...

Frozen takyoyaki? Isn't there that little hole in the wall place near St. Mark's that always makes their own?
 
Top