Spicy salmon tartare with green chilies, thai basil, ginger, green onions and cilantro. Works well with green szechuan pepper.
Kinilaw: Filipino bar food consisting of raw fish dressed in vinegar, citrus, ginger, onions, and chilies.
Hamachi Yellowtail Crudo with Marinated Mission Figs with Lavender and Prosciutto
Ahi Limu Poke, from our Ultimate Backyard Lu'au. Sashimi-grade tuna, sea salt, seaweed, spicy chili, and sesame oil. A winning combination
French macarons from Patisserie Delanghe (San Francisco)
Nobu's Lobster Carpaccio + step by step food styling/photog on how I got my money-shot
Ahi tuna poke. How to bring the islands home to your kitchen.
Chickweed Chimichurri over Tuna Poke: Perfect for a warm spring evening outside!
Eating the reproductive organs of a sea urchin, may sound odd, but if you've been to a sushi restaurant you've probably seen Uni on the menu.
Crudo (Italian Raw Fish): Cured belly of ocean trout with house made mustard at Riva Restaurant
Crave sushi but don't want to fuss with the assembly? Make this deconstructed brown rice sushi salad with seared tuna. It's good for you, too.
Seared Scallop Sashimi, you will just love it!
Mouthwateringly fresh - salmon sashimi for our Valentines dinner at Musashi.
Sushi at home - heart-red maguro
sushi etiquette 101 -- five basic guidelines to get you started with eating sushi
Sashimi of Sea Bass with Blood Orange and Ginger Vinaigrette
Seared albacore tataki with a modern twist.
Sashimi straight from the source--otoro from Tsujiki fish market, Tokyo.
Sweet and salty, tender and crunchy, the tuna tataki at Sushi Samba.
Enjoying Sushi with Old Bordeaux: Toro at Shibucho
Yellow fin tuna, sage oil, hibiscus salt
Yellowtail Crudo with Tomato Ceviche at Father's Office, where it's not *only* about THE burger.
A Deconstructed Spicy Tuna Roll.
sadistic? maybe, since diners keep going back to sushi dictators who might even kick them out (story + recipe for oven roasted cod with miso)
Looks like salmon sushi, doesn't it? But it's not. At Tataki, the only sustainable sushi restaurant in North America, they do things differently.
A sumptuous Japanese sashimi rice bowl (Kaisendon), very quick and easy to prepare.
My gastronomic Saturday, feasting on my favorite Japanese and French delights! :D
"a super nomsworthy traditional sushi meal" as a tutorial for how to eat sushi the insider's way
Goat cheese on sashimi? Oh yeah
Ahi Tuna Tartare w/ Avocado, Crispy Shallots & Soy-Sesame Dressing