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Tuesday, 23 June 2009


paul from the clue-by-four

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm umami


I'm currently still obsessed with the Chinese sausage/cucumber salad ;-) I have never tried Furikake, but will def look out for it at the Asian grocery store. Cheap eats, for sure!


Saw you guys featured on Serious eats... http://www.seriouseats.com/2009/06/in-genius-snack-ideas-frosting-on-saltines.html



I've got 3 different kinds of furikake in my cupboard right now. Love the stuff.


Mmm, I love the stuff. Just some rice, furikake and soy makes me a happy girl!


What a great new find! We make stir frys (fries?) and fried rice quite often, and just as often I find them a little...lacking. Hopefully this is all it will take to bring it up another level. Thanks!

I found you on TasteSpotting and am writing to say that if you have any photos that aren’t accepted there, I’d love to publish them. Visit my new site (below), it’s a lot of fun! I hope you will consider it.



On cooked ramen, no soup/broth! and a slug of sriracha!!


huh. and i get excited over plain old tempura flakes! makes me hungry for some sushi right about now - with a little spicy mayo on the side.

hubby and i haven't cooked asian since our thai cooking class last fall - much too long!

Albany Jane

wait, tempura flakes?? whatever it is, it sounds delicious.

I like to eat a... well, a crapton of nori. The jarred stuff is nicely seasoned, but I also recommend toasting a big sushi square of nori and biting big pieces.

Logan @ Boots in the Oven

paul- like a flavor kick to the groin.

gastronomer- tell me about it. That salad is addictive.

crystal- yay! Glad you noticed it.

vicki- we started with one and they seem to multiply by themselves. Not that I mind.

gaga- preach on! The word needs to be spread.

tastestopping- interesting site. I'm always curious about their selection processes.

ling- you just made Rachel's day. She now has new dinner plans for my nights at work.

krista-that is too long! Sounds like a revist is in order.

albany jane-munching on big toasted sheets of nori isn't something I would have thought of but it sure does sound tasty!


OMG. gorgeous photos. i currently have an obsession with japanese cuisine too, unfortunately i usually have to travel to eat anything worth writing about.

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