Saturday, April 7, 2012

Art student creates world's first shipshape sushi

Seasoned travelers to Japan will know that local sushi rolls bear no resemblance to those creative avocado-and-mayonnaise-laden efforts whipped up in the kitchens of California.

Instead, sushi joints from the humblest conveyer-belt kaiten zushi shop to Ginza’s finest pile up delicious ikura (salmon roe), uni (sea urchin) and more on a block of rice and wrap the lot in nori seaweed in a time-honored formation known as gunkan-maki, or “battleship” rolls.

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