Honolulu Fish Auction
“The Business of Business is Business.”
It’s real, it’s raw, it’s carnivorous and piscivorous. It’s matching quality and quantity and color and texture to its fair market value and watching it all go down in the Honolulu Fish Auction at 5 in the morning in an icebox- it’s friggen fun – watching fish buyers hypothesize and go to a certain economic and often pride-based war-based on educated guesses to the quality of the fish from the above qualifications.
I spent a few hours chattering my teeth bright-eyed at the tunas. Here is a preview:
Here’s the real preview: tail and cross-section
Aloha. ESUN Dreams of Sushi
Fresh fish is hard to bit!
Nice work, my friend. Now, did you manage to bring any of it home to LA?
噢! 用壓力鍋 明白了 謝謝!是…如沒有應酬 晚餐儘量在家中自己弄吃的 可以少油 其實已經改用檻欖油 但因為嗜鹹 有時明知不好 還是多加了鹽 最近學人買了很多HERB Spices 香料 thyme, basil, oregano, sage, rormsaey, 一大堆 雞鴨魚 豬牛羊 都加入一些 在試驗中 樂趣無窮 !
świetne włosy. ogf3lnie napisałbym, że stayjzlcia mi się nie podoba, ale… ma w sobie coś takiego, ciekawego, że nawet nie wiem jak to opisać. torebka hmm Chanel to mf3wi samo za siebie. ogf3lnie duży + :] fajne połączenie.
Hi Antoinette,Thanks for your opinion and hopufelly I can clear up some of your confusion. From my point of view, the blog is about food in Argentina, which I consider to be the same as Argentine food. The majority of the blog is about restaurants you will find in Buenos Aires and while it’s true that I have included food that is not just from Argentina (USA, China, Peru, Mexico, Japan, just to name a few), in no way does that mean I don’t appreciate traditional Argentine cooking. On the contrary if you take a look at the restaurant guide (), you’ll find more than HALF of the restaurants included are considered comida argentina ex: empanadas, parrilla, pizza, minutas, comida del norte, de patagonia, etc.The first 3 years of living in BA I loaded up on Argentine food (the cuisine) loving (almost) every minute of it. But in recent years, just as I was starting to get frustrated and bored with the lack of variety, there has been a great influx of new restaurants popping up, which has really been an exciting and positive change to the Buenos Aires culinary scene, and thus fun for me to eat and share with other readers who are interested in all culinary aspects of the city. Who wants to eat (and read about) strictly traditional Argentine cuisine? That’s not interesting to me and probably not to other followers of the blog.