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    Default NOT cooking crappie ....

    Is what we did last night , just saying ,,,,,,
    did it cost much you might ask , it is all relative my friends
    the chefs choice roll was rather tasty with the yellow tail sashimi on top and the "crunchy" roll was the bomb ....
    steamed gyoza if you ain't ever had them are about stupid tasty stuff as well .
    them lil Portuguese man a war looking puppies just melt in your mouth
    sure was a nice date night for mom and me .....
    no words about who does the dishes and the cast irons got a rest too .....
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    It is hard to beat good sushi. I like the spicy tuna roll myself. But most any sushi is delicious. I am not adventurous enough for gas station sushi though. I believe you have influenced tonight's dinner choice. We have not been to the Japanese restaurant in town in a long while. The pandemic had it shut down
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    That's one of the best Summer meals for us. I know y'all enjoyed the dinner out too.
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    Sushi is a primary once a week thing at our house, "Jerry" inherited that place from his parents and they really can roll up some tasty goods , but that all said we also buy it at Sam's and that fella rolls some great stuff as well .
    I don't roll it anymore myself though because it is a bit time consuming for a one meal deal, but to be sure it isn't that difficult to learn to roll Sushi , "Jerry" at the place we ate taught me how to do it 15 years ago.
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    Nice. I love it but can’t get Mrs Buckeye on board.
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    Took Mrs DockShooter to a Japanese restaurant and I ordered spicy tuna. She pulls the tuna off the top and eats the rice. Looks at me and says it didn't taste a bit like fish. While I wasn't looking she sampled a good sized helping of Wasabi paste. That opened her eyes and sinuses
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Took Mrs DockShooter to a Japanese restaurant and I ordered spicy tuna. She pulls the tuna off the top and eats the rice. Looks at me and says it didn't taste a bit like fish. While I wasn't looking she sampled a good sized helping of Wasabi paste. That opened her eyes and sinuses
    we avoid that there green radish fire paste , me is a Siracha person anywho ......
    my first visit to a Sushi place I just had at it , not knowing what the green "stuff" was .....
    figured it out pretty quickly no doubt about it .....
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    It is a different kind of heat. Definitely front of the mouth and sinus area. Even spicier when it is fresh.
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    kids are always bugging me to go eat these but I tell em I'm old and don't eat bait. I prefer my crappie or BG filets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hdhntr View Post
    kids are always bugging me to go eat these but I tell em I'm old and don't eat bait. I prefer my crappie or BG filets.
    The "raw" fish is not typically our thing , we made an exception on the "chefs" choice roll
    We about never ever order Sashimi , not really our thing much ....
    we sure will hammer some California rolls though and cucumber rolls and avocado rolls and other "cooked" item rolls too
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