Handmade

It hurts to write this post, only because I’ve written it before, lost in the hustle. During my absence from the Tip of the Tongue I had the privilege of hosting my mother and brother in my life in Japan. With my mother, we took a Tokyo trip to one of the busiest intersection in…

Tsunami: Best Yokosuka Navy Burger?

The problem with basing a series on a mood or craving is that moods and cravings change. I’m no longer very much in the mood for a burger. So we’ll show Tsunami some love and move on. Of the Yokosuka Navy burgers I’ve tasted, all local to the Yokosuka Naval Base, it’s fair to say…

Just a Pinch!

Here’s a story I wrote a few years ago, based on a true story. It’s not a burger review but it leads up to the burgers my brothers and I ate at home. I hope it gives you a good laugh and re awakens your appetite for our next bite of the Japanese burger (This…

Yokosuka Shell

The quick blurb on Yokosuka Shell. An upgrade from our last stop at Launa in regards to the burger. It was a decent burger. Nothing too exciting, but a burger nonetheless. A reminder of what makes a burger a Yokosuka Navy Burger: – 100 percent beef patty with 20 percent fat, i.e.. no fillers –…

Fireworks

I must admit, I haven’t been out for a burger since last week’s post. This post from 4 4ths ago (originally written July of 2013) doesn’t make it any better as it only intensifies the burger appetite but its a delectable read and its full of great info and burger stories that should hold you…

Fireworks

I know, I know.. I’m LATE. and I owe you ths spill on the outcome of the Chelsea Music Festival, the happening at El Chevere, and the crunch on cracker candy. But I also know that yesterday was the 4th of July- just another American excuse for getting together for grilling and grubbing. (Technical difficulties…