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Sobre lo pretencioso que es que ame tanto esos documentales de cocina, o como realmente esos documentales son creatividad pura

Me encantan los documentales de cocina, las extraordinarias historias de extraordinarios artistas cuyas obras no puedo probar, solamente tengo su narración y la parte visual, que es tan incompleta como escuchar una pintura. 280 more words


What We Watched- Weekend Edition (September 25-27)

Jiro Dreams of Sushi– A miraculous little film, this documentary tells the story of Jiro, an 80-year-old sushi chef who runs a small, 10-seat restaurant in Japan which has three Michelin stars (anyone who knows anything about food will know that’s an impressive accomplishment).   417 more words

10 Things You See In Sushi Bars

Eating Japanese food is one of the healthier and more fun dining experiences I like to divulge into. However there are some cool things and some really fucktarded things people do in the local sushi bars. 1,207 more words


The Most Extraordinary, with Questlove [Sponsored]

You know Questlove. You, like us, probably love him: The Roots drummer, Tonight Show band member, DJ, author, and activist is an admirable and thoroughly lovable guy. 209 more words


Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011) Review

“I fell in love with my work and gave my life to it.”

In a world where processed food reigns supreme and low quality ingredients becomes the norm, a dedication for perfection in food is admirable. 750 more words


Chef's Table: Insight into Inspiration

David Gelb became a documentary directing sensation with the provocative Jiro Dreams of Sushi, a film that uses low depth of field shots of sushi and inspirational quotes from their chef, the famous Jiro, to create a thoughtful piece on what it means to dedicate your life to something. 727 more words


Now that's some good sushi

I never thought that I would say this, but I think sushi may have changed my life.

Last night I watched Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Jiro Dreams of Sushi is a story of 85-year-old Jiro Ono who is considered to be the world’s greatest sushi chef. 342 more words