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Sunday, 13 July 2008

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Dennis K.

Hi Ed! I can see my mother all over those pork dishes.. She loves Okinawan Tebichi.
Getting to know a place thoroughly is such a great thing. I feel that way about Izakaya Sakura here in SD, at least for lunch. I'm working on completing a photo collage of everything they offer! I'll let you all know when it's done.
Cheers,
Dennis

Chris

Looks yum. ON a somewhat un related topic: have you ever had a quesotaco?

Carol

Although I've never been out to Yuma, I have a friend who goes out to her place in Yuma almost every weekend. I've forwarded many of your reviews to her and she's tried several and have enjoyed them.

janfrederick

Hoo mama! I'm hungry, and I just had a huge breakfast. You realize that you aren't helping my waistline any. ;)

ed (from Yuma)

Dennis, my limited experience with Okinawans (a sushi chef I knew for years and an exchange student) both explained to me how important pigs are in Okinawa. Recently, following some links that began at mmm-yoso, I came upon a blog from someone living there who raved about the cuisine.

Never had a queso taco, Chris, but the gobernador taco at Mar Azul has a lot of cheese and chopped shrimp - kindof halfway to a shrimp quesidilla.

Glad your friend likes, Carol. And Jan, making you hungry is one of the main purposes of these posts ;-)

nhbilly

Geesh that was so mouth watering. I drooled on my keyboard :-D

junior

being half salvadorean, the fruit that you mentioned i believe is known as "Jocote" a plum like fruit typically served in the ensalada drink

http://www.infojardin.com/fotos/albums/userpics/normal_jocote.jpg

ed (from Yuma)

I often have to wipe the drool off my keyboard after a visit to mmm-yoso as well, nhbilly.

Thanks for the info, junior. Not being a Spanish speaker, I miss some names of dishes and ingredients.

foodhoe

Ed, that was one delicious post (it's way past my breakfast time - must find food, wish we had a Pupuseria Cabañas nearby... all of those soups sound great! I'm going to Scottsdale next week, any good food out that way?

ed (from Yuma)

foodhoe - believe it or not, I've never been in Scottsdale in my life. When my car gets on the interstate it always goes west - to San Diego - and sometimes to points north. I wish I could help, and I do appreciate the nice comment.

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