Archive for February, 2011

Sushi Profiles: Chef Yozo

There’s a great little neighborhood sushi bar and Thai restaurant called Bluefin Parkland tucked away in a quiet suburban backwater in Parkland. This is where we caught up with Chef Yozo. The venerable owner and itamai is Chef Yozo Natsui. He was born and trained in Japan, but has spent almost twenty years in South […]

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South Florida Sushi group

Time to plug our local South Florida Sushi group. If you like sushi and Japanese food you need to belong. We go explore South Florida’s many Japanese restaurants and often manage to get special deals from the management. Collectively we know all the good sushi spots in South FL, and we’re trying to eat our […]

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Sugarcane Raw Bar

Rating: Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill 3252 Northeast 1st Avenue Miami, FL 33137 786-369-0353 www.sugarcanerawbargrill.com We recently had an opportunity to try the sushi at Sugarcane Raw Bar, along with some other seafood items and here’s what we found. First of all, for those who have not been here, this is NOT a sushi bar or […]

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Sushi Meetup – Bluefin Parkland

Come join us at Bluefin Sushi in Parkland on March 1st for a great time with great sushi! The South Florida Sushi meetup group is the host, join today and see details here: http://meetu.ps/rCfB We’ll get to meet Chef Yozo Natsui, a South Florida sushi veteran. He’s been down here for almost twenty years, and […]

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G

We recently had an opportunity to try an assortment of sake varieties with a varied group of small sushi tapas. These included some of my regular junmai ginjo selections – Ty Ku black and Momokawa Diamond, along with some fruity, pear infused sake. And of course the subject of this post – G sake, from […]

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Promoting Gulf Seafood

Many millions of BP Oil Spill settlement money is going to be spent in the coming weeks. On marketing. Changing the public perception about seafood safety is the goal. The promoters of gulf seafood will have nicer soapboxes to shout from at more events thanks to the oil spill settlement proceeds. That includes Miami’s Food […]

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