Monday, January 10, 2011

Lighting food on fire for the fun of it.

 I have no real back story for these photos. 
 Other than the fact that they make food look fun.
 And I was there with some of my favorite women on earth... my book club girls.
And we were celebrating.
 And things were getting lit on fire.
All meals should include food on fire. 

The End.

21 comments:

  1. In college I worked at a sushi/teppan place and food was lit on fire nightly.

    funny but people would always touch the grill. Yes, it is hot.. which is why we were just able to cook your food on it.

    I'll be right back with some ice for your fingers.

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  2. OOooh I love teppanyaki bars! So much fun!

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  3. Reminds me of Kyoto Restaurant; loved that place. We once had a waiter that accidentally put too much oil in the onion... nearly singed the eyebrows off of everyone at our table! Too much fun.

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  4. Three cheers to that girl !! Here here !!!

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  5. How fun!! Great fire pics, too. ; )

    I clicked over to your beach weekend post. Adore stuff like that. My favorite photo of all? The one of your arm with the bracelet. Why? I immediately saw your sweet freckles and thought it was MY arm! lol! Yep, I'm a freckly girl, too.

    (BTW...last night I started making three gifts for my college girlfriends who I'll be with this weekend as we all celebrate turning 40 this year.....I'm attempting the WORDS painted on wood from your example of your signs. I'll post them.....if they turn out!)

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  6. I've never been to a restaurant like that, but it looks to be so much fun! Girls' nights always are.

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  7. i'mmmm sooooo craving some hibatchi now! ugh! granted i'm craving just about anything including birth too! haha

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  8. YUM! I LUV hibachi grills!!! :-D I was at one once and the lady at the grill next to mine squealed when the chef lit the onion on fire...she said, "Oooooh it's hot!" Right. :-P

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  9. We love to take the kids to the Japanese restaurant, always so fun. Food on fire is a good thing.

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  10. Oh yum, I love hibachi even if the tricks get old after a while and I rarely am able to catch a shrimp in my mouth. First time I had hibachi was my first one-on-one date with my husband! Awww now I'm reminiscing...

    ...and now I'm thinking about how the last time we had hibachi, the chef lost his grip on his knife and it slid up on the table, right in front of my ribs. Like, the tip of the knife was touching my sweater. Close call!

    I'm glad you had a good time!

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  11. I hope it tasted good!!! Celebrations are fun!

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  12. i love tokyo japanese steakhouse in federal way. so good.

    just wondering if you have ever done a post about how and where you organize all of your homeschool books/supplies and where you do school. i would love to read it if you have and see a new one if you haven't!!

    btw, your friend erin looks so familiar to me. i'm sure i know her from somewhere!!

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  13. Traditional English christmas pudding is covered in brandy and then set on fire! I think im going to have to come up with a less, um, fruit cake type pudding and post the recipe! Not a fan of traditional fruit cake! Maybe a Lemon sponge covered in Limoncello would look cool on fire?

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  14. Wowza...great shots girlie. Love the crazy flamin' food. Have no idea what in the world it was, but it looked like a great night!

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  15. hey there! Mwah!

    hope you had a good day and that you have a wonderful evening!!

    xoTiffany

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  16. Book club? I'm insanely jealous over here. I dream of having a book club. Really, I do. And now I need some rice! ;-)

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  17. Hi Sasha --
    I LOVE your site! It is so fun to stop by and see what you are doing and your fabulous pictures!!
    The pictures of your kiddos are precious!!
    Can't wait to see more!

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  18. just found our blog and I LOVE it!

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