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Yuzu Koshio 

 

After months of working and developing the label and packaging for the product I’m pleased to announce Umami Kushi will produce its yuzu koshio for retail purchase at Marx specialty foods starting in June. Thanks to the many request and urges to make this happen. Please stop by Marx or place your order online to support this fresh locally made product.  

Sincerely Umami Kushi

It’s in the fire!

 
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Posted by on May 28, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

Yuzu Kosho

This wonderful japanese condiment is great on all foods and perfect balance of saltiness and heat with a citrus finish that refreshes your palette and brings out flavors in all shorts of dishes. I have spent the last two years perfecting a recipe that resembles those made in Japan and now I’m  please to say my Yuzu Kosho beat out three brands from Japan in a blind tasting. This batch pictured here will be one of three that will be bottled and sold at Marx Foods, so if you enjoy spicy and savory foods or love hard to find condiments then stay tuned for the release and demo dates. Ja-Mata 

 
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Posted by on May 5, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

The Yakitori Grill!

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Just received my new yakitori box that was designed by my good friend at Alida restaurant design. Utilizing concepts for portable grilling and giving him proper measurements he and his team in LA and Singapore come up with this NSF approved stainless steel portable box that is ready for any catered event as well as any challenges that might arise with them, like stairs, narrow passageways, or small spaces. I’m super excited to fire up the coals and throw some sticks down and see how it performs, but first a couple other adjustments need to be made. See most yakitori boxes are lined with cement to insulate them, this not only protects the stainless from expanding which can also cause the metal to warp, but it forces the direction of the fire up into the food. So stay tune to see the finished product.

 
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Posted by on November 11, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

Umami Curry Pan!

It’s been 2 years since partnering with Tin Umbrella and delivering my 1st order of beef curry bread, and i’m pleased to say we are still going strong to the tune of our umami curry bread is now available at 7 seattle area coffee shops and slowing gaining more fans. So, be on the look for these treats at a local coffee house near you. thanks for all the love and positive feedback.

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Posted by on June 20, 2014 in food and wine

 

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Yakitori along with Irish music?

Yakitori along with Irish music?

On Saturday April 19th starting at 8pm, Umami Kushi will be at Sake Nomi for a night of cultural building. The lineup will include live Irish music, yakitori specialties such as hearts cured in koji, wagyu beef with yuzu kosho, and of the show stopper Sake, with one of my new favorites “Fukugao” a well balanced sake that has been aged in whiskey barrels. So stop by and remember “it’s in the fire”!

 
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Posted by on April 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

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What’s in the fire at Liberty Bar

What's in the fire at Liberty Bar

On cold days like these tell me what’s better than hoovering over a yakitori grill having a couple of chicken skewers and some whiskey? Saturday Dec 7th from 8pm one of the cities best and definetly most unique street food carts Umami Kushi will be in front of Liberty Bar on capitol hill serving Yakitori. So as you make your way to your shopping destination or make Liberty Bar you destination please pick up some yakitori to enjoy. Ja-Mata

 
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Posted by on December 5, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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Curry Pan

Curry Pan

Curry pan is a savory japanese pastry with a beef curry filling usually eating as an on the go snack. In japan this snack can be found in bakeries and convenience stores all over the island. Though morning time is the best way to enjoy the freshness of the bread as well as your best chance to get your hands on them, they are equally as good in the afternoon if available. Here in Seattle I have decided to make this tasty treat not only for myself, but offer it at my yakitori events which are great for the passers who want something filling and easy to get down on their foot travels to there destinations.

 
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Posted by on November 13, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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