October 7, 2008

Hirame no Sashimi

hirame no sashimi Hirame is a one of flat fish.
It is a popular ingredient of sashimi among white meat fish as well as seabream.
Especialy wild Hirame is expensive.
So I went to the supermarket to buy it in late time, because I want to get it in half-price.
Hirame has plain taste and pleasant texture.

6 comments:

Para i familiaku said...

My husband likes to eat this type of sashimi. However, the Japanese restaurants in Saipan only serve three slices of this in an entire tray....
My son leaves to Japan on Thursday, and I can't wait for him to bring me back some MENTAIKO... yummy!
I always love your pictures and your presentations of food.

Bridgett said...

You will be pleased to know that I have tried (and like!) sashimi! A Japanese friend of ours would order it every time we went to dinner together and always shared with me to get me to try new things.

nobu said...

Hello para i familiaku.
Oh, you like Mentaiko.
It is good with hot rice!!

Hello bridgett.
You are lucky to try new sashimi.
What is your favorite?

Candy said...

Wow, this sounds tasty. Thanks for the information.

mirage2g said...

The fish looks so fresh and divine, yum!

Sharon said...

I love all the featured foods on your site. I feel like they are very different from the Japanese food that's typically found in the US!

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