12 04 2010

First off! Who watched that Masters this past weekend? Sick Shit eh? Too bad Tiger couldn’t pull it off, but I have to say considering the circumstances he played pretty well. A.Kim…you got it next year homie… I’m not even gonna say anything about the eventual winner, Mr. Mickelson because I hate him (for reasons I’m not sure). Although he did hit some phenomenal shots on the back nine to lock it up…. aaaaanyways… on to the pictures.

Yaya! I know I’ve totally been slacking off on this…. From this day forward I promise to put more of an effort into updating this more frequently… Lets set a goal of at least once a week! That shouldn’t be too difficult, right? So lets see…. These are clearly not even close to what being caught up… but I still need to catch you guys up… Hopfully One day I’ll actually be caught up with my picture postings and all will be good and balanced again… So hear goes!\

So Last posting I showed you our delicious Steamed Pork Belly Buns that we made from scratch. This is a picture of what our kitchen looked like after our experiment... DISASTER!

Gotta chance to check out the "Art of Marketing" Seminars in Toronto last month too... It was pretty good... opened my mind to something new and learned alot! Here is a pic of Seth Godin speaking... This guy has pretty interesting things come out of his mouth... and his brain... you can read his blog at .... He says stuff that you probably hear everyday.. but just rewords it and makes you think about it more/differently... very smart man!

Went to Coras for breakfast one day with a lady friend and got this lovely plate delivered to me.... thought I'd snap a pic and share.

Got invited to go to an UofT event called Asian Foodprints 2010: Rediscovering Japan Through a Culinary Odyssey... Pretty interesting event. They do seminars in the morning where you are introduced to the Japanese Culture through their food and How the food has impacted the culture in Japan. Then there is a dinner at the end of the day. Unfortunately I was only invited to the dinner.

Where we had a sampling of different Sake's from Japan. For those of you who don't know, Sake is a traditional rice wine that is Drank in Japan.

There was this plate of delicious traditional Japanese appetizers on our table when we arrived.

And this delicious Japanese buffet with some ridiculously good food... If i could remember exactly what was on the buffet i would tell you... but sadly, since I waited this long to update I have forgotten....

And the best picture in here... Woke up one morning sat down on my couch and found the sun showing me some mad love! so I snapped a pic and here it is... Summer is finally here... The Golfing will commence shortly...

That is all folks… Like i said… I am promising that I will post more regularly… so look for a post lets say every Sunday for now… and if theres more that i want to tell you/show you… maybe any other day of the week too!

Later Dayz



YUZU Sushi and Sake Bar

16 07 2009

Me and my girlfriend took a trip to YUZU today for a bite to eat. It wasn’t our 1st time there but since I started blogging about stuff, I thought I might start reviewing stuff. Why not? So here goes!

YUZU is the creation of JAPANGO another sushi restaurant just off of Dundas on Elizabeth.

If any of you have ever been to JAPANGO, you will be familiar with the quality of sushi at YUZU. YUZU is JAPANGO’s newest child. It is alot roomier and has more of a modern feel then the small 10 seater @ Japango. The food at YUZU is phenom

Everyone who enjoys sushi and is in Toronto, should go and eat at YUZU. It is phenomenal!