Monthly Archives: October 2011

Korean BBQ and The Interactive Sociology of Dining

Pork belly meat marinaded in a pot of wine, homemade Korean spicy sauce, onions and salt. Do I have your attention?¬† Did I make you salivate? I hope so. If you are reading this blog (is anybody reading this blog?) … Continue reading

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Jakuburi Needs Yakitori

Today I learned a word in Okinawan that pretty much sums me up: Jakuburi. It roughly translates to “too much going on in your mind makes you crazy.” Jakuburi. I looked it up in Urban Dictionary but they have no … Continue reading

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Drunk Food

Drunk food. We all know it. We all love it….because when we eat it, we are, well, DRUNK. I have spent a lot of time in bars in my twenties. I have been a bartender, cocktail waitress, patron and football … Continue reading

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The Great Okinawan Taco Revolution

There is a strange, hilarious eccentricity in the food world of Okinawa that I have been fascinated by since the moment I arrived on the island. It is, can only be, the most bizarre anachronistic culinary¬† randomness one could imagine. … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona, Comfort Food, Karichimaka Tuscon, Mexican Food, Okinawa, Okinawan Cuisine, Pork, Tetera | 2 Comments