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  hibachi: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati
Hibachi House Chicken Fried Rice November 8, 2007
Amazon: Lodge Logic Hibachi, $39.99 shipped free (was $109.00)
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 Hibachi Grill
There are countless uses imaginable for this Mini Hibachi Grill; from re-heating skewered meats on your bar top or tabletop with your family.
This Mini Hibachi Grill is sure to become a favorite in your bar or kitchen.
If you love that charcoal-grilled flavor but lack the space for a full-size grill, our versatile hibachi is the answer to your barbecuing prayers.
www.thrillofthegrill.com /hibachi-grill.htm   (157 words)

  
 Portable Hibachi-type charcoal grill with kindling structure - Patent 4413609
The grill referred to herein as the Hibachi, is an upstanding, relatively shallow container for charcoal having closed sides, open at the top like a conventional Hibachi and also open at the bottom, the opening at the bottom being covered by a grate and charcoal is placed on the grate.
The bottom of this Hibachi mates with the top of the kindling structure which is an enclosure tapering outward below the Hibachi and having a multitude of relatively uniformly spaced air passages throughout the side walls of the structure to provide air flow to kindling material therein.
The grill holder may be a casting of the same material as the body of the Hibachi and attached to the body by bolts and nuts such as 33 through accommodating holes in the holder and Hibachi.
www.freepatentsonline.com /4413609.html   (3031 words)

  
 Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse and Sushi Bar
Patrons in a large group can enjoy the fun at one of the many hibachi tables (each table seats eight and they are grouped in pairs to accommodate large parties) while couples can eat at a smaller table for two or join in at one of the larger tables.
The dining room is nicely appointed with jade-green walls and the hibachi tables are set off from one another by walls made of translucent glass blocks.
The real enjoyment comes, however, in opting for the hibachi dishes and then watching one of the talented chefs prepare the food at your table - just inches away from where you are sitting.
www.partyonthegrill.com /reviews.php   (1636 words)

  
 Hibachi   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In North America, the term "hibachi" is used to refer to small cooking stoves heated by charcoal (actually called shichirin in Japanese), or an iron hot plate (teppan)used in Teppanyaki restaurants.
Although the word is Japanese, and the device is strongly associated with Japan, the hibachi in fact originated in China as a type of portable charcoal brazier used to heat the homes of the nobility.
However in English, hibachi often refers to small cooking grills typically made of aluminium or cast iron, with the latter generally being of higher quality; due to their small size, hibachi grills are popular as a form of portable barbecue.
www.omniknow.com /common/wiki.php?in=en&term=Hibachi   (1190 words)

  
 hibachi at MSN Shopping
Son of Hibachi is one of the most versatile charcoal...
The ingenious blast furnace concept with the chimney effect enables you to be cooking in less than 10 minutes and assures consistent heat under the grills.
More Hibachi Grill is the perfect grill to take on the go.
shopping.msn.com /results/shp/?text=hibachi   (930 words)

  
 Ginza Hibachi Park Slope - Outer Boroughs - Chowhound   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Unlike other hibachi places, they didnt overdo it with the sauces so that you are not eating teriyaki sauce.
Granted, I haven't been to a hibachi place in years (back in middle america I'd end up at one every year for a birthday), but I think this is worse than Benihana, etc.
I'm always thrown off when I hear it referred to this way, as a hibachi is really a small brazier used to heat homes back in the old days and the cooking style is really "teppanyaki," i.e.
www.chowhound.com /topics/334722   (502 words)

  
 Hibachi Barbecues at BarbecuesAndGrills.com
Hibachis, although they are associated with the Japanese culture, actually originated in China as small braziers for heating noble homes.
Hibachis come in different sizes and include extra adjustable racks if you find that your cooking is limited by the grill surface.
You can use propane or charcoal to fuel your hibachi, depending on what type it is. If you have a charcoal hibachi, you can adjust the temperature on the grill surface by moving the coals around to create hotter and cooler areas.
www.barbecuesandgrills.com /hibachis.aspx   (402 words)

  
 Japanese "Hibachi" looking flower pot
This is a Japanese "Hibachi" looking flowerpot from the 1920's or later.
A "Hibachi" is really a jar for storing coal rather then a flowerpot.
From the presence of a drainage hole in the base I feel we should expect this to be flowerpot instead why we also should put a little question mark to its age, because the old ones should really be used for storing coal.
www.gotheborg.com /qa/arita_hibachi.shtml   (272 words)

  
 Hibachi is the Best Restaurant in Erie, PA - Associated Content
I have been recommending Hibachi to people for years, and never once has anybody voiced disappointment upon choosing to eat there.
Hibachi has everything that makes a restaurant great; mouth-watering meals, large portions at great prices, and a fun and inviting atmosphere.
The chefs at Hibachi cook the food right in front of you, as the tables are positioned around a large grill.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/138345/hibachi_is_the_best_restaurant_in_erie.html   (597 words)

  
 OnWisconsin Live Dining: Fujiyama Sushi and Hibachi Steak House
On the left is a hibachi room, where diners sit around a large steel grill and watch a chef grill their meal in front of them.
In the center of the hallway, suspended by ropes, is a brass-tacked Japanese drum.
There are sushi and traditional Japanese entrees (beef negimaki is especially good) as well as hibachi dinners cooked on steel grills in front of the diners.
www.onwisconsin.com /dining/dining.asp?id=3626   (1071 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Hahn's Hibachi at Epinions.com
Hahn's Hibachi is not exactly a Korean BBQ kind of a place.
The marinade (and gravy-like sauce) at Hahn's Hibachi are a sliver on the sweet side, could use a lot more garlic but in all, pretty decent.
Meats are charbroiled and served with steaming white rice, and topped with a yummy sauce, with a side pile of spicy kimchi, and pickled sprouts and cucumbers.
www.epinions.com /content_68759555716   (677 words)

  
 Son of Hibachi, charcoal grill, portable grill
Son of Hibachi grill has over 170 square inches of cooking space and also can be used as an oven to cook corn on the cob, baked potatoes and skewered vegetables.
Son of Hibachi has an efficient chimney effect which will have you ready to cook in about seven minutes.
Related Terms: son of hibachi barbeque, charcoal grills, portable grill, portable grills, son of hibachi grill, son of hibachi
www.backyardcity.com /grills/son-of-hibachi.htm   (336 words)

  
 Osaka Hibachi Grill - Eldersburg.Net
Osaka Hibachi Grill is the only restaurant in Eldersburg with an indoor goldfish pond with a foot bridge.
The pond is located near the entrance to entertain the guests who are coming in, waiting to be shown to their tables, or leaving.
Large Hibachi grills are surrounded by the long wooden eating spaces creating several distinct islands which furnish the dining rooms.
www.eldersburg.net /restaurants/osakahibachigrill.asp   (1176 words)

  
 "Hibachi Grilling" - A classic Bearskinrug Article.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
An odd feature of hibachi grilling that was confirmed the third time I went (which was on this recent honeymoon trip).
Hibachi cooks aren't cooks - they're just guys who learned how to flip their grilling utensils behind their back.
So when Kim and I sat down to enjoy our hibachi meal, we suddenly had to deal with the social pressure to talk to everyone.
www.bearskinrug.co.uk /_articles/2003/12/03/hibachi_grilling   (609 words)

  
 Japanese restaurant, sushi, hibachi. Hampton, VA
Featuring incredible flavors and authentic homemade recipes, our Japanese restaurant and steakhouse has the experience and upbeat atmosphere to provide fine dining for the whole family.
Hibachi cooking sears food quickly, sealing in the juices and flavors of the items being cooked.
From steak and seafood to hibachi cooking and sushi, our Japanese restaurant gives you great-tasting Japanese food without costing you a fortune.
www.tjshhampton.com /index.html   (177 words)

  
 Son of Hibachi Grill Only
Son Of Hibachi/ Grill Only is great for backyard or tailgate parties.
Son of Hibachi grills are ready in less than 10 minutes.
Related Terms: hibachi grill, son of hibachi, son of hibachi barbeque, hibachi grills, son of hibachi grill, grill n fry
www.backyardcity.com /grills/charcoal/MFI-grill-14103.htm   (191 words)

  
 YouTube - No Miss Hibachi
oops, i was looking for the no. 1 chicago hibachi team
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Do Don Pachi Dai Ou Jou Last Boss Hibachi No Miss
www.youtube.com /watch?v=r_WWLXBI3Qw   (399 words)

  
 Japanese Hibachi-style restaurants in CT? - New England - Chowhound
Never had the hibachi but the sushi is very good.
I have tried the hibachi there, it is good as well.
One thing I have noticed is that most of the new Japanese restaurants are not authentic and the menus are run of the mill Japanese food, quality of the ingredients is not top-notch.
www.chowhound.com /topics/160239   (745 words)

  
 Hibachi - Jtansu - Japanese Furniture - Tansu   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Japanese wooden hibachi were traditionally used to provide heat or keep the kettle warm for visitors to the Japanese home.
Crafted with great care of prized woods such as the richly grained keyaki (zelkova) or golden kiri (paulownia), they feature a copper ash receptacle and often small drawers once used for tobacco, tea utensils or writing materials.
Today, with the simple addition of a pane of glass, hibachi make lovely and unique coffee or side tables with display box, or elegant jardinières.
www.trocadero.com /jtansu/pages/hibachi.html   (98 words)

  
 Son Of Hibachi BBQ System Combo   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Whether it is a camping trip, tail gate party, or even just a day at the beach, the Son of Hibachi is one of the most versatile charcoal barbecuing systems on the market.
On top of that, the Son of Hibachi saves the unused charcoal for later use with their Snuff-Out-Pouch.
With the Snuff Out Pouch the Son of Hibachi is easy to carry and store.
www.northlineexpress.com /detail~PRODUCT_ID~5MF-539649.asp   (385 words)

  
 BBQ Guys Cast Iron Hibachi BBQ Grill - Cooking.com
Now we are back to two people most of the time and the hibachi is a great way to BBQ without having to fire up our big gas grill.
The only negative thing about this grill is the dye on the handles of the grates dye your hands if they get wet so we shalacked them and stopped that from happening.
I was pleased to find one on the internet as hibachis are a little scarce in the retail field.
www.cooking.com /products/shprodde.asp?SKU=441300&ar=1&   (537 words)

  
 Arkansas Online : Features/Special Sections
Crazy Hibachi is the name of this swank, spacious three-in-one eatery with teppanyaki tables, a sushi bar and a Mongolian grill.
Crazy Hibachi is worth going the distance and worth going crazy about.
Crazy Hibachi features plentiful portions of the same meats (chicken, beef, shrimp, scallops, lobster), vegetables (zucchini, onions) and sauces (ginger and mustard).
www.ardemgaz.com /cgi/restaurant.pl?name=R_C_CrazyHibachiCo   (869 words)

  
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WASHINGTON (AP) -Leave it to Gilbert Arenas to come up with yet another way to stand out from the crowd: Before launching a shot these days, he'll make a reference to a small cooking stove usually heated by charcoal.
After letting his teammates get going Friday night, Arenas started shouting and shooting, and he wound up with 33 points and 10 assists to lead the Washington Wizards past the Charlotte Bobcats 121-109.
So it shouldn't be all that surprising that he's come up with a new form of trash talking.
scoreboards.aol.com /basketball/nba/game/67260/recap.aspx   (767 words)

  
 Korean Food San Francisco Hahns Hibachi Restaurant
Hahn's Hibachi is a Korean barbecue restaurant with eight Bay Area locations (see detail below).
The restaurants are known for their great take out, kim-chee, and barbecued meats.
Hahn's Hibachi also offers traditional Korean meals such as bibimpap; bibim soba, and chopcae.
www.sftravel.com /hahns-hibachi.html   (200 words)

  
 Search:Hibachi Steakhouse - InfoSpace
Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse, 4745 Wyandotte St, Kansas City, MO on Yahoo!
Hibachi Japan Steak House, in Akron Ohio, is an authentically decorated Japanese
Our legendary quality USDA prime beef is aged to perfection and served by the nation's most renowned steakhouses.
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 Hibachi Glossary Term
A small grilling device that consists of a cast-iron bowl that can be round, square, or oblong which is used for holding charcoals and a grill that sits on top of the bowl where food is placed in order to be cooked.
Hibachis are smaller than standard grills so they are very portable.
Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is strictly prohibited.
www.recipetips.com /glossary-term/t--34022/hibachi.asp   (74 words)

  
 Japanese Kamado/Hibachi
In 1980-1982, two of the factories closed due to sudden death of one owner and the retirement of the other, leaving only one factory until 1995 (the last skilled Japanese craftsman died in 1995).
We designated the name "Kamado" (generic Japanese word) for the product of two manufacturers and "Hibachi" (generic Japanese word) for one.
Because of these three different manufacturers, even the same model, and sizes were not exactly alike due to differences in the molds and process of handicraft.
www.imperialkamado.com /i_japaneseKamadoHibachi.htm   (383 words)

  
 CD Baby: NIKKI MEETS THE HIBACHI: Back Around
Formed in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 1988, Nikki Meets the Hibachi has toured the southeast, bringing their plaintive acoustic pop to clubs, colleges, coffeehouses, and listening rooms.
Fortune smiled on these folkies, and Nikki Meets the Hibachi has had the opportunity to share the stage with some of the best musicians of the past few decades: Indigo Girls, The Violent Femmes, Ferron, Widespread Panic, Dillion Fence, and more.
Acoustic artist Nikki Meets The Hibachi's CD "Back Around" showcases John Gillespie's smooth, commanding lead vocals blending with Elaine Tola's sweet harmonies that send their sound into the stratosphere.
cdbaby.com /cd/nikkimeetshibachi   (626 words)

  
 Hibachi Table
Inspired by the classic Hibachi table, this piece is an elegant combination of beauty and function.
The designs for our coffee tables were inspired by classic pieces used in the kitchens and living spaces of traditional Korean and Japanese homes.
The Hibachi Table was a staple in every Japanese home and was the centerpiece to the kitchen.
www.greenteadesign.com /reproductions/coffee_tables/japanese-coffee-table.html   (458 words)

  
 Hibachi Grill - 6051
Whether grilling Japanese-style barbecue, skewered pork, or hamburgers, this charcoal hibachi is perfect for everything from picnics to quiet meals at home.
Both durable and decorative, this lovely Hibachi Grill can be adjusted to two different heights.
Hibachi Dimension (L 19" X W 10-1/4" X H 8-1/4")
www.mrslinskitchen.com /index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=16391   (103 words)

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