The Frozen Fish Debate. Is it safer to freeze raw fish before serving? Here's one bru-ha-ha....
Raw horseflesh ice cream anyone? (The wacky world of Japanese ice cream)
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Sushi News #37, October 2004
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Applied Materials is looking for a "guest" sushi chef to prepare and
serve sushi in their
corporate cafeteria twice a week from 11AM to 1PM. They would like to
start the week
of October 18th. According to food services rep Joseph Stoltman, "It
would be a good way to promote a
Rumours are flying that Sandra Bullock may be in on a new Austin sushi concession. She's recently been spotted at several Austin sushi establishments with current beau Jesse James, and apparently asked a few questions. Of course, since Sandy and I are very tight, I can say unequivocally that she definitely is helping to open a new sushi bar in Austin. But, I can't say anything more because it's all too dramatic and she'd totally kill me if I said anything else.
In other news, Eat & Drink Magazine, a new slick color magazine, launched it's first issue. They have pretty color photos of food and the magazine is free. And a website. Nuff said.
Zen Japanese Food Fast is having an all-you-can-eat sushi bash to raise money for the children and teachers of the South Austin Open Door Pre-School. The sushi event will be at Zen's South Congress location only (1303 S. Congress Avenue) on Sunday, October 10th at 1pm. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children and all proceeds go to Open Door.
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