Believe it or not, George isn't at home. I must be out, or I'd pick up the phone. Where could I be? Believe it or not, I'm not home!
There was a wizened gentleman among them who was clearly the leader. He spoke little, but the other star chefs deferred to him, paid him obvious respect. My friend finally asked, quietly, “So, what does the old guy do?” The response: “He has mastered rice.” To be honest, I don’t know what that means. Sushi, of course, is the ultimate in simple food: Mostly just rice and a piece of raw fish, it would seem that anyone with a knife and one functioning hand can make it. What animates a sushi master? Jiro Ono, 85 years old and counting, is a revered sushi chef who runs a restaurant inside a Tokyo subway station, and “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” is easily the best, most beautiful movie about sushi you will see this year, or, let’s face it, probably any other. Instead, the movie focuses on the life of a man who is utterly devoted to his craft. His search for perfection is eternal. “You must fall in love with your work,” Jiro says.
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At some point, all of us start wondering how much coffee we can drink before our hearts explode. This typically happens when we are up, very late, in college with either the panic of a final the next day or have nothing particularly better to do than try to achieve acute caffiene poisoning. What do you mean you haven’t done this? Liar. My first foray into this arena involved a winter quarter introductory physics final exam. Figuring that this was going to be long night of cramming before the test, I collected everyone’s No-Doze and broke out the espresso maker.
I sat in the front row of Thimann Lecture Hall 3, right leg bouncing. Fast forward 14 years. Figure 1: Viennese Triple Extraction Apparatus in Japan, courtesy of Ozchin. The first important question was “How do I get a coffee filter into my separatory funnels?” Figure 2: My foolish first effort apparatus. Enough of my blather! Home. Yahoo! JAPAN.