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I've Loved Sushi Since I Was Knee-high To A Grasshoppa, Grasshoppa! Lol

Mmmmm... my Achilles heel! I've been enjoying "Japan's Greatest Invention" since I was knee-high to a grasshoppa!
Such awesome memories of last summer about my return to Japantown in San Francisco
for the first time since childhood. It was there that I saw my first (and so-far only)
sushi bar with floating boats of sushi... and all these years later, those boats are still rocking! lol
BTW, the sushi bar is Isobune Sushi (really blah website http://www.isobunesushi.com )
and there are *many* clips of the boats on youtube. Here is one:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6O97AMwaCM&feature=related

The only downside to sushi: The best quality is expen$ive.
Well, like so many things in life, "you get what you pay for" huh? C'est la vie! :)
a2fun1 a2fun1 70+, M 5 Responses May 19, 2012

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If you love sushi, try Sashimi. It's just another way of exploring Japanese cuisine.<br />
Sashimi has its own array of versatilities attracting different crowd. I enjoyed this story. Thanks for posting.

Oh I'm way ahead of you there, grasshoppa. Sushi and sashimi go hand-in-hand, you are right. I did try some rather unusual Japanese delicacies when I was in San Francisco's Japantown last summer... now if only I could remember all of them! :P

Nice to know. Sashimi is my best bet, actually. Sushi is way heavy to the stomach. Makes you full, even wanting to eat more.

Quite right and sushi isn't quite as good for you, as the white botan has very little nutritional value. Too bad brown rice is so difficult to cook and so it cannot be done quickly in huge batches (like botan).

Grasshoppa- when you taking me out for sushi?

I'm up for sushi 24-7-365 so let's go!

I love sushi, too! There is a great one in the cities here that I have been going to with my dad for many years. I want to go tonight now!

I'll take you... just let me get on the next steamboat upriver to the Twin Cities and I'll be there! lol

i wish i knew how to make sushi because we have alot of fish here. i love eating it.

You do have a lot of tasty fish up there in TNN... yum!

Now, how do you say *c'est la vie* in Japanese?

Good question! lol

Nice, thank you.!!

I'll have to take her word for it. heh

Me too. But, that's okay. It just made me realize that there must be keyboards with Chinese, Japanese, etc characters. I never thought about it before.

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