Japanese Food

How to Make Sushi
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Buffet
Genting Highlands has a boat load of entertainment. There is something to do for everybody no matter what your idea of fun may be.

After a day of fun at the casino, arcade, and amusement park I hopped on over to the Genting Highlands Buffet to fill my empty stomach.

The buffet is Las Vegas style, featuring delights from many corners of the world.

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Takoyaki
Takoyaki, octopus ball is a popular street snack in Japan. It is a perfect blend of batter, pickled ginger, and onion cooked on a specially designed pan.

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Conveyor Belt Sushi

by David Ng

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Sushi
A few days ago (I want to say that, but I haven’t posted for almost 3 weeks…sorry!)
A while back, I wrote about the different types of sushi. Today, I am going to talk about a unique way in which they are served. Initially developed as a way to decrease staffing, conveyor belt sushi (a.k.a sushi train, revolving sushi) venues make for a fresh and interesting meal.

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Guide to Sushi

by David Ng

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Sushi

Vinegar plus rice plus fish equals sushi.

Sounds simple enough; right? Originating in Japan, sushi has a long line of history and it definitely shows with the styles and varieties that exist today.
Nigiri, Gunkan, Maki, and Temaki.
So what does all these terms actually mean and how many types of sushi are there? This sushi guide will explain (with beautiful pictures of course) the “species” of sushi that are commonly found in sushi restaurants.

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Chashu Ramen

by David Ng

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Chashu Ramen
Chashu is basically the Japanese version of Chinese Cha siu.(Marinated pork in special sauce)
To try one of the best, I visited Daikokuya (Hacienda Heights, Ca.) They also have locations in Little Tokyo, Monterey Park, and Costa Mesa but those locations are known to have hellish waiting times.

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Japanese Baumkuchen

by David Ng

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Japanese Baumkuchen
It all started three summers ago… Every time I walked into the store, you had your eyes on me but my eyes were directed at something else. How foolish was I to not see your beautiful eyes? We could have met earlier but my foolishness has cost us time. Alas, this winter sale has helped us by and caused us to finally collide. If we had only met earlier… my sweet…baumkuchen.

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Japanese Gum Packets

by David Ng

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Japanese Gum
People say great things come in small packages. I have no idea what they mean by that. Well, unless they are talking about these little Japanese Gum packets. Then, they are absolutely right.

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Yan Yan Snack

by David Ng

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Yan Yan Flavors
Yan Yan is a Japanese snack that is instantly recognizable to many.

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Different Flavors of Ramune
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