I love sushi! I'm not even sure love is a strong enough word. There's something about these bite-sized pieces of goodness that I can't get enough of.
Like many foods that aren't from the United States, sushi comes with tradition and manners on how to eat it...
A buddy of mine and I were talking about fair foods and how deliciously awesome they are. There's always talk of what's next. What will be the next big fair food that will get people talking. That's when I came up with beer battered California rolls on a stick.
I love sushi, but I didn't always love sushi. I think it's important that I say that because eating sushi is usually a result of peer pressure. Don't worry, there's good peer pressure and bad peer pressure and making your friend try sushi for the first time is a form of good peer pressure as far as I'm concerned. Are you still a little weirded out by eating what you think is raw fish (which isn't
I love sushi and candy. My kids are still a little stand-offish about sushi, but they'll eat candy so we can still have fun making it and enjoying it. It looks great and tastes great, too! Here are several methods and styles you can do to make candy sushi at home.