Japanese Cuisine Newswire (Page 4)

Japanese Cuisine Newswire (Page 4)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Japanese Cuisine. (Page 4)

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  1. The Weekly Dish: Sashimi at NishinoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Seattle Weekly

    People are highly opinionated about sushi in Seattle, and it seems as if nearly everyone you ask for a recommendation will send you off to Shiro's, Mashiko, or Sushi Kappo Tamura-for good reason. Yet on a recent visit to , I wondered why this rarely seems to make anyone's top choices.

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  2. Where to Enjoy Rare and Exotic Asian Dishes in the Bay AreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | 7x7

    The Bay Area has just about all the delicious Asian cuisine you could ever want, but sometimes you're craving something a little special. We rounded up our favorite dishes from across the ocean that are hard to find on most local menus, but beloved by those with an adventurous spirit and a sense of history.

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  3. Foraging for Flavor: Tsunami ready to break the mold once againRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | The Maryland Gazette

    Scott Herbst, general manager, Trever Champion, executive chef, and Aaron Alt, sushi chef, at Tsunami on West Street in Annapolis. Scott Herbst, general manager, Trever Champion, executive chef, and Aaron Alt, sushi chef, at Tsunami on West Street in Annapolis.

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  4. [Herald Review] Like Japanese food, - Midnight Diner' is mild but heartwarmingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Korea Herald

    According to one character in "Midnight Diner," Tokyo is a place where folks from different regions gather. Likewise, it is a motley crew that gathers every night at the small eatery tucked away in the back alleys of Tokyo's bustling downtown.

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  5. Sushi chain itsu to open store near Wasabi in Cambridge next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Cambridge Evening News

    ... Cambridge area can only be seen as a positive, especially one that can help broaden the overall appeal of Japanese cuisine to Cambridge customers." Other restaurants serving Japanese food in Cambridge include Japas Sushi in Saxon Street, U-Sushi in ...

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  6. Omakase brings $200 sushi experience to SoMaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | SFGate

    ... up by Jackson Yu , will oversee the daily-changing selections for the 14 customers. Yu has been preparing Japanese cuisine since he was a teenager and is known for his fine knife work. Also behind the sushi bar are Ingi Son , who has 17 years of ...

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  7. Upcoming Paul Qui Restaurants to Focus on Seafood and FireRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | Eater

    Paul Qui has a lot on his plate. Still in the spotlight from winning Top Chef season nine, he has a veritable empire in Austin where he has the always-evolving Qui, a fleet of East Side King trucks plus a brick and mortar, not to mention his Thai Kun truck, with a brick and mortar in the works.

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  8. Essential Peru: 10 Must-Eat Dishes to Seek OutRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Serious Eats

    My first encounter with comida Peruana was over 20 years ago, thanks to my wife's Peruvian family. Their cooking was a study in juxtaposition: hot and cold, acidic and starchy, robust and delicate.

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  9. Unicode 8 ReleasedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | I programmer

    The list of new emojis in Version 8 includes some that make you wonder who would ever use them. Has the world really been bemoaning the fact there's no unicorn face emoji, for instance? The creators are definitely not health food fans, either; the list of new food emojis is made up of hot dog, taco, burrito, cheese wedge, popcorn, turkey, and bottle with popping cork.

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  10. Singapore's Instagram darlings pulls in followers with feel-good contentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | The Straits Times

    ... aside two hours every morning to painstakingly cook a full bento meal (a single-portion takeout common in Japanese cuisine) and style it into cute characters to photograph for her Instagram account, littlemissbento. From rice that is dyed blue and ...

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  11. 4 foreign brands looking for PH partnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | ABS-CBN News

    MANILA, Philippines With the ASEAN integration looming, more foreign franchises brands are looking at the Philippines as a gateway to enter the ASEAN market. There are numerous franchise opportunities out there, but when looking for franchise brands, it's critical that you do your homework and look for brands that would be willing to localize parts of their products to local needs, bring in a new unique take on existing trends, or bring foreign experiences and tastes into the Philippines.

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  12. Restaurant review: Zool Zool, Mt EdenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | The New Zealand Herald

    Zool Zool does excellent ramen, though the service can be a bit vague when it's busy. Photo / Doug Sherring How the hell do you eat noodles? Asian, particularly Chinese, diners seem to effortlessly hoover up the damn things, which slither into their mouths like a snake going down a rabbit-hole.

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  13. Ready for an action-packed summer adventure? Sierra is waiting...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Los Angeles Times

    Increasingly, the Sierra is providing a wider range of summer attractions: bike trails, sushi bistros and gastro pubs. Here's the 411 on summer 2015: Although it's better known as a ski resort, Mammoth is becoming a leading mountain-bike destination.

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  14. Food Feedback FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | D Magazine

    Happy Friday, y'all. It's time for Food Feedback Friday. That's when you go to a restaurant and come to this post and write a review.

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  15. Red Ginger Opening Tonight in SoFi: Top Chef OmakaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Miami New Times

    The folks behind insanely popular hot spots like Radio, Bodega, and Pizza Bar are doing it again, this time with the Asian-inspired Red Ginger, opening tonight just feet away from Radio on South of Fifth at 736 First Street. To helm the kitchen of Red Ginger, Menin has brought Top Chef Master Herbert Wilson aboard as the executive chef.

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  16. Sushi Burritos Prove You Really Can Have It AllRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Switched

    America has a history of taking foreign cuisines and making them wonderfully outlandish. With sushi, we thought the madness might stop at the "Sexy Lobster Roll."

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  17. The 10 most overrated menu items of the momentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | City Pages

    For sure a great idea for Italian American institutions not knowing what to do with the leftover risotto, or for thick-biceped grandmas trying to feed the brood the next day, but these needn't find their way onto fine dining menus anymore. Rarely do they achieve the balance of texture to render them showstoppers: shatter-crisp on the outside, creamy within.

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  18. Check out Kronner Burger and discovering a new sushi restaurant:Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | SFGate

    Kronner Burger, Oakland: A juicy rare patty on a toasted bun with pickles, grilled red onions, cheddar aioli and lettuce . Kronner Burger, Oakland: A juicy rare patty on a toasted bun with pickles, grilled red onions, cheddar aioli and lettuce .

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  19. Deep-fried eel bones at one of Tokyo's more unusual eel restaurantsRead the original story

    Friday Jun 19 | The Japan Times

    Restaurants don't get much more traditional-looking than Tamai - not in Tokyo, anyway. Squeezed in between the banal office architecture of its neighbors, this old-school grilled-eel specialist bears witness to a kinder, gentler time when the city was all low-rise residences and shops, with Nihonbashi as its thriving, commercial heart.

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  20. Skip the Sushi Bar. This Campus Cafeteria Dishes Homegrown Simplicity.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Chronicle.com

    Since it started planning to reopen, Antioch College has taken a lot of risks, but one really stands out: The two dining halls offer dessert on Fridays only. "I don't need to serve students all that sugar," says Isaac DeLamatre, the food-service coordinator, with a laugh.

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