Definitions

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  • n. yellowtail

Etymologies

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Japanese ハマチ (hamachi).

Examples

  • The hamachi was the first truly original uncooked fish appetizer I have encountered in a long time of eating uncooked fish appetizers.

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  • After all, the fish is beloved cuisine in Japan, fetching as much as $175,000 for one fish. yellowfin tuna, known as hamachi to voracious sushi lovers, has begun to shrink-the first sign of a population crashing due to overfishing.

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  • Half-grown (medium-size) yellowtail is called hamachi, and the most grown-up yellowtail, kanburi.

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  • I have to say I agree with Veko, playing Diablo 2 over Hamachi (hamachi. cc) really is the way to go.

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  • As hundreds of guests, each of whom paid $250-plus (benefiting Common Threads), ambled from table to table and exchanged opinions and recommendations with each other, the event had a distinct "Top Chef" air (watching Anita Lo dish up hamachi sashimi didn't hurt).

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  • Nobu Matsuhisa serves up his signature black cod and hamachi carpaccio in onboard restaurant Silk Road, while Pierro Selvaggio at Prego fills bread bowls with what could easily be the world's best wild mushroom soup.

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  • Amuse-Bouche: raw oyster with creme fraiche First course: hamachi with veal sweetbreads Second course: pork belly and black cod Third course: braised short ribs with mushrooms and beet radish puree.

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  • A white Bordeaux is paired with hamachi and grapefruit.

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  • Carla's chicken pot pie, Richard's hamachi sweetbread and Mike's fish in a banana leaf.

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