The Dirty Stall

Kozasa in Winter

Posted on: November 12, 2016

I was pretty excited to try out what Kozasa would offer during winter.

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Tai sashimi

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My eyes opened when he took out that box…

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Just look at those massive tongues of murasaki uni!!

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I think this might have been grilled nodoguro.

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I was quite surprised to try this, it was karasumi, or dried mullet roe.

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Some aburi toro cubes.

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Then he started slicing up some thick chunks of buri, which is the older and fatter yellowtail in winter.

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Putting them on the grill.

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Dressing them up.

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Fresh and juicy (braised?) mushrooms, what I presume to be shiitake.

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This signals the start of the sushi course.dsc06208

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For some crazy reason, he served otoro 4 times for this dinner, including this otoro maki! Not that I’m complaining of course!

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And I guess maybe that was also the reason he didn’t end off with the usual tamago.

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