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  1. I passed by a new concept in Arlington today: Cajun Seafood & Sushi. I love both. As a native of New Orleans, I am fascinated by all that is Cajun, especially if it is north of I-10. I also love sushi. When I think about Cajun food; I think soup, stew, boiled bottom-dwellers with very strong smells and sometimes smells so strong the pepper tickles my nostrils before the food is even ordered. I think of cheap, very cold beer and bawdy conversation. I think of oversharing with the table of strangers beside me and seeing how fast I can pinch tails and savage a crab. When I think about sushi, I think about calm relaxation. I think of delicate flavors, quiet conversation, and savoring foods that are pretty, light, and combined in interesting ways. I cannot fathom how my nose can be assaulted with pepper, my ears assaulted with zydeco, and yet retain the ability to concentrate on the perfect piece of sushi.
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