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Saturday, 08 November 2014



whoa it says "is the 49th state" that must be the early 50's...glad you guys are enjoying more Japanese these days :)


Hi Kat- Yep, she had that way before I was born. Interesting, huh?


Thanks for this post. I've always wondered how to make sukiyaki sauce (or is it more broth?). There's one shabu place here that offers their hot pot to be made sukiyaki style. There's something about the sweetness of the broth/sauce that I really like. It's hard to believe how beautiful that wagyu looks - never had beef that will disintegrate if you dip it too long.


Hi Faye - I consider it a sauce...but who really cares. Try it out. Make the sauce ahead of time. Make sure to burn off the alcohol. Have fun!

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