One is a column by Senior Editor Eric Kim, who loves cooking
for himself—and only himself—and seeks to celebrate the beauty
of solitude in its many forms.
When I was in Hawaii, I ate these large fleshy shrimp
that had been turned with garlic, mirin, and soy. Though
they were listed as “garlic shrimp” at this Chinese
restaurant which was, undoubtedly, for tourists, I don’t know
that they were properly “Hawaiian garlic shrimp,” but rather very
garlicky, very delicious shrimp.
Source: FS – All – Food – News
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