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Sunday, November 28, 2010

The Best Teriyaki in the Country

Believe me... we've searched. Everywhere we go... we look for teriyaki. James grew up here in Seattle where teriyaki restaurants outnumber the Wendy's chain. There's one or two or three on every corner. The thing is... they aren't fancy. It's not some crazy exotic special thing. It's just chicken and rice (and of course there are many other options).... but the teriyaki sauce is fabulous. Nothing is fried. It's not elaborate or fancy.

Don't over think it.

It's simple and delicious. And THE ABSOLUTE BEST is called Gourmet Teriyaki on Mercer Island. Every time we try a teriyaki place somewhere else in the country - it seems like they are trying too hard. They put other things in it and mess it up. But just like my pulled pork in the south... it's not that complicated. The meat itself is awesome, and the secret is the sauce. Don't need anything else.

So if you are ever in Seattle and get a hankering for some inexpensive, delicious, quick, healthy food... try a hole in the wall place that has "teriyaki" in the title. Most likely it will be fabulous. And if you want a sure thing? Head over to Mercer Island and go to Gourmet Teriyaki. We have eaten it at least once a day for a week. And thanks to my lovely habit of left-overs at every meal? We both have gotten to have it twice a day :)


Peace. Love. Fiddle.
~natalie

1 Comments:

Blogger Natalie's Favorite Farm Boy Fan : ) said...

Hay : )

My Oriental Swiss Cousin Terri "Ya" Ki loves Teriyaki too : )

Everyone in Shady Grove is lookin fourward to your new song that goes like this :

" Stand by your fiddle stand,

Give him two arms to cling to

And something warm to come to

When nights are cold and lonely,

Stand by your fiddle stand

And tell the world you love him

Keep giving all the love you can

Stand by yooooour Fidddddddle standddddd !!!! : )

November 28, 2010 at 10:56 AM  

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