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Unread 12-13-2012, 08:08 PM   #31
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I love tuna like that. maybe alittle more of a sear but not to much longer.
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Unread 12-13-2012, 08:39 PM   #32
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That looks so good Jeanie. I could eat about 10 of those wraps
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Unread 12-13-2012, 09:22 PM   #33
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Thanks friends!

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I'll definately look, thanks for the info!
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Looks fantastic, I love rare tuna hot seared on the grill. I make a dipping sauce of soy, mirin, and wasabi for mine.
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Love the Mad Hunky rub. Never used on fish, looks great.
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Looks fantastic, I love rare tuna hot seared on the grill. I make a dipping sauce of soy, mirin, and wasabi for mine.
Thanks Hankdad! Your dipping sauce ingredients sound tasty. I have all of those on hand, I'll give them a try. Thanks!


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Love the Mad Hunky rub. Never used on fish, looks great.
Pigdog this was my first taste of MH on tuna, I loved it. Thanks!
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Great job miss Jeanie. Some ppl wonder how you can eat fish cooked like that. All I say is try it. Thank you for sharing with us.
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Looks fantastic, I love rare tuna hot seared on the grill. I make a dipping sauce of soy, mirin, and wasabi for mine.
That sounds good. I make a sauce of soy + sriracha to taste. I sometimes add a little rice vinegar to change things up.
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Great job miss Jeanie. Some ppl wonder how you can eat fish cooked like that. All I say is try it. Thank you for sharing with us.
Ask them, if you like beef like this, then why not tuna?

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if you're having trouble finding furikake, just get some instant dashi and blend with chopped up nori and/or sesame seeds.

your ahi is basically the default local style (the local bowling alley actually has the best ahi lidat)! we usually slick up with some mayo-based sauce; just basically shoyu or even sriracha and mayo blended together.

by the way that's pink tombo ahi you got there, also good for poke! all different kine ahi-s. atlantic bluefin is actually my favorite, but da kine endangered now. malama 'aina, malama kai! mostly get yellowtail ahi here.
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Great job miss Jeanie. Some ppl wonder how you can eat fish cooked like that. All I say is try it. Thank you for sharing with us.
Thanks Bob!! I love tuna but can't get it very often here.

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That sounds good. I make a sauce of soy + sriracha to taste. I sometimes add a little rice vinegar to change things up.
DerHusker that sounds great! I'll give it a try, thanks!

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if you're having trouble finding furikake, just get some instant dashi and blend with chopped up nori and/or sesame seeds.

your ahi is basically the default local style (the local bowling alley actually has the best ahi lidat)! we usually slick up with some mayo-based sauce; just basically shoyu or even sriracha and mayo blended together.

by the way that's pink tombo ahi you got there, also good for poke! all different kine ahi-s. atlantic bluefin is actually my favorite, but da kine endangered now. malama 'aina, malama kai! mostly get yellowtail ahi here.
Thanks for the info ManakooraMan! Will give your ideas a try too.

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