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Tag Archives: oysters
A Whole Lot Of Bull
Chianina Long Beach, California Michael Dene’s latest Long Beach-area venture in the space formerly housing Kelly’s of Naples launched only a few weeks ago, but is poised to introduce diners to the rare and powerful breed of cattle that lends … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged amuse bouche, appetizer, beef, Bistecca alla Fiorentina, CA, California, chef, Chianina, Italy, Kelly's, Long Beach, Michael Dene, Naples, oysters, panna cotta, Piedmontese, pork belly, razor clams, risotto, shellfish, steer, White Mountain Comments Off on A Whole Lot Of Bull
The Deep Blue C
Blue C Sushi Los Angeles (Hollywood), California It would be wrong to dismiss Blue C Sushi as just another conveyor belt sushi joint, although they have literally taken the epithet “sushi train” to the next level. Seattleites have been familiar … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged ahi, anchovy, Arclight, baked potato, Blue C Sushi, CA, Caesar salad, California, chef, Chiyoda, conveyor belt, edamame, Hollywood, Iron Chef, Jeffrey Lunak, Junya Enoki, Kumamoto, Los Angeles, Masaharu, Morimoto, oysters, RFID, roll, sake, Seattle, shishito, shrimp, subway, sushi, Tokyo, train, tuna, yellowtail Comments Off on The Deep Blue C
Find The Salami
Coppa Enoteca Boston, Massachusetts Boston’s Coppa Enoteca occupies a thin sliver at the end of block of South End red brick townhouses, easily several hundred years old. The narrow gastropub is subtly identified by a simple, gold leaf-lettered “COPPA” in … Continue reading
Posted in New England Tagged antipasti, beef heart, Best Chef Northeast, blood sausage, bone marrow, Boston, charcuterie, chef, Coda di Maiale, Coppa, Coppa Enoteca, crudo, executive chef, Food Network, fried egg, garbanzo beans, Italian, James Beard, Jamie Bissonnette, Kathryn Christensen, Ken Oringer, KO Prime, MA, Massachusetts, moustarda, New England, Nine Zero Hotel, nose-to-tail, ostriche, oysters, Panino di Riccio di Mare, pastrami, pig, pig tail, pizza, pork belly, Ravioli di Maiale, Ready Set Cook, Restaurant, salami, salumeria, sea urchin, sous chef, South End, Spanish, stuzzichini, tapas, Toro, tripe, Trippa alla Collinsville, tuna Comments Off on Find The Salami
The Oysters Are Coming! The Oysters Are Coming!
Oldest Restaurant in the U.S. Union Oyster House, Boston, Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts is a city rich with history, including laying claim to being the birthplace of the American Revolution; the signal to riders to warn of British occupation, the Boston … Continue reading
Posted in New England Tagged 1826, Cape Cod, clam chowder, clams, Daniel Webster, Kennedy, Marshall Street, New England, oyster bar, oysters, Street, Wellfleet Comments Off on The Oysters Are Coming! The Oysters Are Coming!
Big in Japan
Chaya Downtown’s Japanese Beer Garden Los Angeles CA Summer is here, and in Southern California that means long hours of daylight, the perfect conditions for al fresco dining (and drinking). For the second year in a row, the Tsunoda family … Continue reading
Posted in Asia, Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna) Tagged beef, beer, CA, California, Chaya, chef, corn, dates, Downtown, elote, flatbread, garden, Hibiki, Hokkaido, Japan, Japanese, Kazuya Matsuoka, kimchi, Kobe, kushiyaki, L.A., LA, Los Angeles, Medjool, miso, oysters, ponzu, sake, scallop, Shigefumi Tachibe, shishito peppers, shitake, short rib, skewers, spicy tuna, tempura, tongue, Tsunoda, whiskey, whisky, yakitori, Yamazaki, yuzu Comments Off on Big in Japan