I've come across a line in the job I'm working on that I can't figure out. I've asked the customer about it, but since there's no telling when or if they might reply, I thought I'd try asking here as well. The line is:
The parts I don't get are 「あおる」 and 「あび」. I suppose it is likely correct to assume that 「あおる」 here means "to fan a flame," but I'm really clueless about 「あび」. Apparently there is a type of bird called "abi," but I don't think that's it... People don't eat "red-throated loons," do they? I wonder if it might just be the name of a restaurant, in which case I guess only the customer could tell me. But if anyone here can shed some light on this, I would greatly appreciate it!