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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

*in tuna.

In the void of new insight (oh, except for this: I'm watching closely for signs of my eyes turning pink. I broke out the sandals today, and the legs show all the classic symptoms of albinism), I bring you this:


kadoma tuna, writ large.


Kadoma tuna from Jinsei—crispy rice topped with spicy tuna, avocado, jalapeƱos, finely chopped scallions, roe, and sesame seeds, then drizzled with a thick, sweet sauce.


kadoma tuna.


It's a textural masterpiece, though sometimes that rice will lodge in your molars and you'll spend a hell of a time digging it out in a most unladylike fashion.

What? Just me?

I could absolutely eat that spicy tuna with a spoon. Luckily, the Japanese eschew most utensils, making shoveling all that much easier.

It's best followed by this. Because hamachi nigiri


yellowtail.


is why I get out of bed every morning.

1 comments:

Southern Foodette says:
at: 6:43 PM said...

Sign me up for both if those around October or November. Btw: I want your camera! Great pictures. You may have to take some maternity pictures for me.

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