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Friday, 11 September 2009

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RONW

most people wouldn't know what "poke" was, much less how to pronounce it, LOL. Those musabi's are the kind I prefer myself, with a wide nori wrapped around it, instead of the more typical narrow ribbon of nori where everything falls all over the place when you eat the musabi. *Have you been experiencing glitches with TypePad lately. I have.

Rachel @ boots in the oven

RONW, I preferred that kind of musubi too - much easier to eat!

I hadn't run into problems with Typepad, but we were a couple of weeks ago - lost posts and such.

sta-c

Wow, what a blast from the past. My high school boyfriend worked at Tanioka's years and years ago when they were still a small little shop in Mililani. He would stop by my house after work with lots of goodies.

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