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Old 09-02-2004, 09:21 AM   #41
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looks pretty good GB! Better than mine. I understand about the going out to get the sushi thing. MUUUUCCCCH easier! :)
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Old 09-02-2004, 12:48 PM   #42
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no i hate it
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Old 09-10-2004, 03:54 PM   #43
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Let me know what sushi restaurant is good in your area....so if ever I visit I know where to go.
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Old 09-10-2004, 04:55 PM   #44
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sushi - Yummmm.

I love sushi, although I didn't always.

As a teenager, my dad used to bring me into Japanese restaurants for lunch, when I went with him to the office, and I always went with the Teriyaki or anything fried.

In the mid 80's, my sister dragged me to a sushi restaurant in D.C., as she was the lawyer for the owner. I had never eaten it and I was forced, basically, to eat it. I loved everything except the raw octopus. I spit it out in my napkin and she was forever angry at me for that. I couldn't chew it, it was too slimy and chewy. I couldn't get it down. I've eaten it since and I have actually come to love it.

After that, I became a bit braver and was dragging everyone to sushi restaurants in NYC. I especially love the yellowtail, the tuna, and the eel. I also love those sushi rolls, doesn't matter what is in them.

There is a great Japanese restaurant nearby my house in NJ that I have been to 1 time and want to go back to - Fujiyama on Route 57.

It has the most luxurious tasting sushi I've ever had and I've eaten at some famous NYC sushi joints, but not Nobu (oh how I wish).

I love the atmosphere of the restaurants too - so quiet, so mellow, and the sake and the wasabi and the pickled ginger. I have become quite a foodie since those early days. No one from then would ever believe it!

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Old 09-10-2004, 04:58 PM   #45
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If you come to The Detroit Metro area in Southeast Michigan you must go here. Best shushi in town.

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