Archive for the ‘japanese food’ Category

Miso Hungry Podcast with Allison & Rachael

This is part 2 of our interview with Rachael Hutchings and Allison Day, collectively the dynamic duo that powers the mighty Miso Hungry Podcast. Rachael Hutchings is a wife and mother to two girls, a relentless gourmet cook, a prolific blogger, and a hard-core foodie. She prepares a whole lot of Japanese foods and blogs […]

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Voices behind the Miso Hungry Podcast

Today we talk to the Sushi Sisters, Allison and Rachael, who are the team bringing you the Miso Hungry Podcast. It only started a couple weeks ago, but already they’ve got some great episodes published. We recommend subscribing in iTunes, but you can also find the episodes on their website at www.misofy.com Allison Day is […]

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Japanese Market – Sushi Deli

Rating: Japanese Market 1412 79th Street Causeway North Bay Village, FL 33141 (305) 861-0143 There’s a great little Japanese market on the 79th Street Causeway in North Miami run by a Japanese family, headed up by Chef Michio Kushi. The market opened in 1983, run by the current owner’s brother-in-law. In 2002 they added a […]

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Sushi Lover’s bunch of WHY?

As I eat and write about sushi I wonder why. Why so many things. Sushi was pretty nasty stuff in centuries past, but started getting really good in the nineteenth century. Then in the 1960’s the American sushi invasion began – a bittersweet turning point for some, in the following decades it would transform sushi […]

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Oyako Don – simple but serious

Oyako Don is a Japanese dish made from chicken and egg served as a rice bowl. Thus the moniker: oyako means parent-child, and refers to the relationship between the chicken and the egg. Don is used for dishes served as a rice bowl, or don-buri. Delicious is an understatement, this dish is really a treat. […]

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New Years Osechi Ryōri in Miami

Update: osechi ryori recap here This is unfamiliar territory for most sushi lovers, so I thought I’d give a little background info. Some info about what it is, and details about the foods we’ll enjoy on January 3, 2012. Signup info, full menu and RSVP link can all be found on our New Years Osechi […]

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