January 09, 2005
Don't eat cheap sushi
Eat Sushi videos: Master Sushi Chef He-Day from California Beach Sushi in Newport Beach prepares house favorites step-by-step. (From a Metafilter thread that includes links of rawfish recipes from other cultures)
Home-made sushi, good sushi, bad sushi, ugly sushi... Send your sushi images to Sushi Moblog
Mr. Miyagi says: Man who catch fly with chopstick can accomplish anything.
Handmade Sushi Pillows. Finally you may now purchase a giant sushi in the form of a soft and comfortable pillow! Our pillows are each hand made and come in a variety of styles some include - California Roll, Avocado Roll, and Salmon Roll, with more types on the way
The best place for sushi in Kyiv : San Tori
A German company has invented a pair of glasses that come apart to double as chopsticks
By the way, Please De-Lurk
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Posted by: Sebastian at Jan 9, 2005 10:28:03 AM
As a matter of fact, it won't kill me to comment...
Some of the best sushi in the Detroit area is at Noble Fish.
Posted by: Anton at Jan 9, 2005 12:53:09 PM
I comment here in compliance with your apparant wishes. It seems to be standard to notify a website's curator with your viewing habits of his website, so I thought you might like to know that I visit here daily, if not more frequently, and I get pissed when I come back and there's not an update.
Posted by: Cosmo at Jan 9, 2005 12:54:24 PM
I visit on an average of three times a week, but seldom have anything worth saying.
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'Nice link man?' or 'Great picture!' I come over
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Posted by: Steel Turman at Jan 10, 2005 12:55:30 AM
BTW. Where can I buy one of those tables?
That's the kinda 'comments' you'll get.
So, do you want to be a broker in ether crap
or just the best eclectic site to be read?
Posted by: Steel Turman at Jan 10, 2005 1:00:17 AM
Hello from a lurker. Great site - I've linked you so you're sure to become famous among, er, a dozen.
Posted by: pam at Jan 10, 2005 9:40:05 AM
You want comments? I think it would make better sense to make a pair of choptsticks that converted into slick eyeglasses.
Posted by: Peter Waksman at Jan 10, 2005 1:14:19 PM
thank you for the informative site....I had a good time reading the articles.
Posted by: Jennifer at Jan 11, 2005 6:35:04 PM