Archive for March, 2011

Splitsville, Miami FL

Rating: Splitsville Lanes Sushi Bar 5701 Sunset Dr. South Miami, FL 33143 305-665-5263 www. splitsvillelanes.com Splitsville is a fun and funky bowling alley slash sushi bar slash lounge. Lanes are reserved together with comfy booths that accommodate six people, although the lane scoring system can handle eight bowlers per game. At Splitsville they take their […]

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Japan needs our help!

Yes, Japan is hurting and those of us with a public mouthpiece need to continue to write about the terrible situation there and keep it on people’s radar. One awful thing that always happens in disasters is the media fatigue that ensues after the initial story is told. The shock value has worn off, yet […]

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Homemade sushi time!

We had a sushi dinner at our place this weekend and had a lot of fun. It’s not hard to do if you don’t take things too seriously. Just remember it’s all about having fun! A quick stop in to our local fishmonger reeled in some great catches. We chose some nice looking tuna, salmon […]

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Ever wondered about Uni?

Uni – you either love it or you hate it, there is no in-between! Do you enjoy uni but not really know much about it? Join the club Here’s the basic info you’ll need to enjoy eating this delicacy. For more info, read our page about uni / sea urchin roe. Sea urchins come in […]

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Yuki Hana – Doral, FL

Rating: Yuki Hana 1450 NW 87th Ave Doral, FL 33172 786-331-7857 www.yukihanasushi.com Yuki Hana is one of those places that looks so intriguing from the parking lot. They advertise Japanese/Korean food and the place looks small and cozy compared to the much larger Umami restaurant right around the corner. We don’t recommend coming here for […]

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Japan update

Japan seems to be starting down the long road to recovery this week, after stabilizing the situation at the Fukushima nuclear facility that was leaking radiation after the earthquakes and tsunami. Estimates now are at 18,000 dead, and millions more impacted by the devastating loss of property that saw some coastal cities literally wiped off […]

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