Tag Archive: Shellfish

Momofuk-ing-time

Momofuku.  Momofuku.  Momofuku. I’ve tried multiple times in multiple locations, and while not like saying Beetlejuice three times; third time’s the momofuk-ing charm cause I finally got to a Momofuku joint while in… Continue reading

Grassy-Ocean Party in my Mouth

Too much of anything is bad, but too much of good whiskey is barely enough – Mark Twain This Saturday was National Scotch Day (also National Dance Day!! And most importantly, Lia’s birthday) and… Continue reading

Oysters for Life!

When reading the title of this post, please picture a true oyster connoisseur shucking through a massive stack of fresh ones, slurping each one down, and then breaking with gulps of wine…  Yeah,… Continue reading

Just Let Go

It’s been almost 10 years since I have done a solo road trip and I completely forgot that it’s a total cure for most life problems.  And as part of my whole “Embracing… Continue reading

Spice Girls and a Spicy Burrito [recipe]

Sunday afternoon, I was sitting in SUNNY Seattle with great company and a new friend, eating oysters at Taylor Shellfish (yes, that’s important cause it’s one of our fav local companies), and sipping… Continue reading

Play-by-Play of First Dinner at Canlis!

One year ago today, Bryan and I officially became the Jensiuchi family! After the horrible summer weather of 2011, the 1st week of August turned around to provide us with the most magnificent… Continue reading

Jensiuchi Bed and Breakfast Memorial Day Weekend

The past Memorial Day holiday (yeah yeah yeah, it was nearly three weeks ago now!) left many of us with a three day weekend and most of my three day weekends involve invading… Continue reading

Oyster-shuck-aganza!

“SHUCK! SHUCK! SHUCK! SHUCK!” That was the sound coming out of Local 360 (@Local360Seattle) the other night as a crowd of people watched six guys compete for the title of “fastest shucker in… Continue reading

Oyster Love

As a Pacific Northwest native and an Asian, it’s in my blood to love seafood.  Oddly enough, it’s my tall, dorky, handsome, and WHITE husband who has really brought my love of oysters… Continue reading