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from Just One Cookbook

Temari Sushi

Temari Sushi is a casual sushi you can make at home and is named after the children's toy ball. So pretty! by justonecookbook #Sushi #Temari_Sushi #justonecoookbook

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Power-Ranking the 10 Best Japanese Restaurants in DC

Best Japanese food in Washington DC? Thrillist names Zentan a top spot for sushi and more!

from Gizmodo

An Internet Dog Chef Goes to Heaven

For nearly a decade, the best thing on YouTube has been Cooking With Dog. Its conceit was strange and delightful. Chef (a middle-aged Japanese woman whose name is never revealed) cooked beautiful, intricate food, while her trusty dog sidekick Francis sat on the counter, “narrating” the recipes in English.

Koro Koro It was the name that attracted us to this restaurant that makes Japanese rice balls called Onigiri different kinds of fillings wrapped in rice and then wrapped in seaweed. They are completely gluten free with a lot of vegan options. We bought a bunch of them - and highly recommend trying out the Indian and Miso Beef flavors! Watching them make these was pretty cool. They have these little molds in which they put fillings and rice and then wrap it up. Its also interesting the way…

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The Ultimate Guide to The Gansevoort Market in New York, NY

I guess the new trend in New York is opening marketplaces with a wide range of food stalls. We had Chelsea Market, the Food Court at The Plaza or the Gotham West Market to name a few; now, we have the Gansevoort Market, freshly opened in October 2014. Located in the heart of the Meat Packing District (MePa if you want to sound trendy), it welcomes a bunch of different cuisines, from American to French to Thai, without forgetting Italian, Lebanese, Mexican, Japanese, and I am sure I…