Trafalgar Day Yakiniku

What better way to celebrate the anniversary of the defeat of the Combined Fleet than with yakiniku?  We had no Admiral’s flip, or even grog, but instead the Japanese beef was washed down with Asahi and cold shochu mixers.


2 responses to “Trafalgar Day Yakiniku

  1. Hi Adam,
    What cut of meat is that? Looks great.

  2. Hi Jim,
    A mix of boned kalbi (ribs cut Korean-style) and loin. My visitors from overseas wanted to eat wagyu, and above all yakiniku, so the meat is very fatty.

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