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riverie

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nice cut Jon. quick question... do they sear katsuo and sawara like the way we do normally here ?
 

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not always... depends on what they are going to do with it and what area you are in
 

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i see, thank you Jon... i always curious about this. now i wish i can go there to enjoy their takoyaki :).
 

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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...
 

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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?
 

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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.
 

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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?
 

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