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Andy Kim
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A Genius, a Con Man, and the Secret History of the Internet's Rise.
The bestselling author of Contagious explores the subtle, secret influences that affect the decisions we make—from what we buy, to the careers we choose, to what we eat—in this fascinating and groundbreaking work.
One thing that Hanabi does well is find those highly local, road less-travelled kinds of places to eat. Anyone can review a Michelin three star affair, and many do. Hanabi does that too. But, sometimes you’ve got to give the little guy his big break. That’s Hanabi and that’s Tat’s Delicatessen in Pioneer Square, Seattle. Since they proclaim to be an East Coast deli, Hanabi decided to take them up on that and try out their Ruben and their Pastrami. Any deli enthusiast knows that a pastrami sandwich is served just one way.
Millennials are a curious thing. Even though 2/3 of DJ Hanabi are of that ilk, it’s still fun to point out their silly ways. We actually don’t go too deeply into the topic of these 21st century babes in the woods. But, we do chide them a little. Hey, lampooning is fun! You’ll hear all about in our review of one of San Francisco’s most trendy, yet awesome and spot on coffee houses, The Mill, located in the Western Addition/ NOPA (if you’re fancy) neighborhood on up and coming Divisadero St. They serve fancy toast and Hanabi is smitten! Hanabi also gives you some pro tips on how to do some perfect deep-frying, Japanese style. Note to Hanabi: Get that candy thermometer! And of course we check in with Insane Dane to discuss some Dish + Drink topics

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