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Old 01-25-2007, 03:18 PM   #51
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Old 01-25-2007, 03:25 PM   #52
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Geebs - was it tataki?
Yes I think that is what it was. What exactly is it, do you know? I think there was some sort of green sauce on it (so hard to remember when you try 50 different things in one sitting).
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Yes I think that is what it was. What exactly is it, do you know? I think there was some sort of green sauce on it (so hard to remember when you try 50 different things in one sitting).
green sauce?

I've never seen tataki served with anything other than a Ponzu sauce - or something like a Ponzu - mmmm - I have no clue what the green sauce was. Tataki can be beef or tuna - only slightly cooked on each side and sliced. Basically there is no carmelization, only VERY briefly cooked.
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Old 01-25-2007, 07:34 PM   #55
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green sauce?

I've never seen tataki served with anything other than a Ponzu sauce - or something like a Ponzu - mmmm - I have no clue what the green sauce was. Tataki can be beef or tuna - only slightly cooked on each side and sliced. Basically there is no carmelization, only VERY briefly cooked.
Yes I am sure you are right KE. I think I must be mixing it up with the salmon with cilantro sauce. The beef did have a very citrusy flavor so ponzu would make sense. It was cooked every so slightly. It was probably on the heat for a matter of seconds. I can't wait to try it again!
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omg, I'm really late, but as usual I forget to check the birthdays...
I hope you had a great day and all the best for the coming years!
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