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Saturday, 24 March 2007

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Wandering Chopsticks

Oh no! Sorry to hear about your back. I hope you're OK. :(

VNese like the cheeks too. But we like using the whole head. Especially in sour fish soup. :)

Kathy

I hope your back feels better! :)
so simple and so good...I've been craving something like that for a while!

Trent

Hey Kirk,
Zion had yellowtail collar, (small-cut) in the freezer case for .99/lb. a little while ago. Haven't checked lately, though.

Kirk

Hi WC - Yes, usually the heads are used for soups....Izakaya Sakura serves up some really good soup...or even marinated cold fish head that is very good.

Hi Kathy - So simple, and so good.

Hi Trent - You know, I've had mixed results with the seafood from Zion, never with any of the meats, but I've purchased some really bad seafood from there.

Beach

Kirk,
It looks to me that you are missing some thing with the Kama. Maybe Ponzu sauce and some grated Daikon.

Kirk

Hey Beach - My back was killing me, and I was bushed, so the thought of making Daikon Oroshi, or ponzu didn't even enter my mind! It was still great with lemon.

howie

Hope you're feeling better soon, Kirk!

Yellowtail collar is one of my favorites. I didn't realize it was *that* easy to make.

Kirk

Hi Howie - I'm pretty much okay.... I'd always heard Hamachi Kama was real simple...and it is!

Annie

i love how some of the best dishes are so easy to make! :)

Kirk

Hi Annie - I try not to make anything too complicated...unless it's on of our experiments.

Alex Wroblewski

I can't tell you how amazing it is to hear that I'm not the only one who loves Hamachi Kama. My local sushi bar hides it away on their menu and the japanese resturant I go to doesn't have it on the menu at all. I live near a Marukai too and saw the hamachi kama and was looking for how to cook it when I found this blog. So hello! You have another reader!

Kirk

Hi Alex - Thanks for dropping by! Hamachi Kama is really easy.... it's all in the bake/broil, I hope your turns out great. Thanks also for the kind words.

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