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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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The chicken and the egg!

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Tsukune one of the traditional yakitori items is a combination of chicken breast, thigh meat, and soft bone tissue all ground and mixed together. Known as a favorite among yakitori lovers all over the world, it is often served with an egg yolk that gives it a rich and creamyness which compliments the texture of both the soft bone tissue and the firm breast meat. Tsukune embodies a yakitori-ya’s resourcefullness and the chefs ability to utilize all parts of the bird with with love. Umami Kushi will be serving this tasty item at Sake Nomi on Saturday October 26th from 8 pm til midnight. So come by have a beer or sake and enjoy some delicious yakitori.

 
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Posted by on October 23, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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The heart of Tokyo

The heart of Tokyo

Having return from enjoying my short time in Japan, It is now time to get into the summer in Seattle, and that can only mean yakitori. So I’m excited to partner up with Peyrassol café in south port at Gene Colon beach park to bring Umami Kushi and it’s yakitori cooking to the Renton area. Being able to offer Yakitori in south Seattle will give people a great opportunity to experience traditional Japanese grilling a great setting. This event will start on Monday July 22nd and run every Monday from 5-9pm for four weeks. so if your in the neighborhood please stop by and yakitori it up.

 
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Posted by on July 17, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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Beef and Cowboy Yamahai is what’s for dinner

Beef and Sake

Today at 5pm Umami Kushi will be at Sake Nomi for the introduction of Yamahai Sake. This junmai ginjo from Japan is specifically designed to pair with the the grilled american grown grass feed beef. As part of this introduction there will be a special beef skewer, and rice cured pork loin. See ya there

 
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Posted by on April 9, 2013 in food and wine

 

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UMAMI KUSHI MENU

A menu can hold quite a bit of information it can also add intrigue and allow the guess to drive down a path that is filled with pleasure, I have recently had this menu designed for my yakitori events it is simple and clean back drop watermark designs are an easy way to keep your logo fresh in the dinner minds while not making your menu to busy with word and fillers. For menu design interest please email http://www.umamikushi.com

 
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Posted by on June 16, 2011 in food and wine

 

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