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Bizarre Food or a Gourmet Delicacy? Sautéed Salmon Shirako on Polenta

This Japanese delicacy hasn’t quite caught on in America… yet. But as more and more people try it, they’re discovering what many residents of the Atlantic Gulf Coast have known for generations: this stuff is delicious! 301 more words

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NABE | 豊田屋 (Toyotaya)

Long overdue write up about this hidden gem. Thanks to fellow Japanese blogger R featuring it over the years, paid a visit more than a year back and it was certainly worth the trip despite it being a bit off central Tokyo and the need to be there early in the evening to secure a seat. 111 more words

Tokyo

Delicious or Just Disgusting

I am a little asian girl, Japanese to be specific. And as a little asian girl, I get curious as to what kind of unique foods are made in Japan. 354 more words

Fugu's Shirako

The testis of fugu are quite incredible, white and puffy filled with a milky and creamy substance.

Life Cycles

Shirako Fugu @ Matsukawa

The steaming-pipping hot shirako is always so hot it can scald your mouth. This was small enough to fit into a small sized yuzu together with a thickened dashi. 47 more words

Restaurants

Surprise Fish Sashimi @ Matsukawa

Sometimes you cannot recognize a fish when it’s served raw and this time I was stumped. The accompanying ponzu gave way for me to believe it is some kind of neutral tasting white fish that is best served this way. 29 more words

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