Saturday, June 09, 2007

Nari's Japanese/Korean restaurant

It seems like my goal whenever I'm back home (northwest burbs of chicago) is to eat as many ethnic meals as possible... to stave off the cravings I get from going long periods of time in Kentucky. No offense, Kentucky. I love your barbecue shack and El Bracero. But I just miss the variety of international flavors Chicago and its suburbs offer. Like:

Most wonderful Japanese salad ever. Good dressing: grated diakon, ginger, vinegar and sugar... and something to make it orange. Warm pan fried tofu cubes. Broccoli sprouts. Also a very non-fishy seaweed salad with ample toasted sesame and delicate jellyfish strands.
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My Dad. The fastest chopsticks in the West...

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