A Deconstructed Spicy Tuna Roll.
Sushi platter with salmon, sea bream and belly tuna in focus at Sushi Hiro in London, UK
Spicy Tuna & Avocado is perfect party food.
sadistic? maybe, since diners keep going back to sushi dictators who might even kick them out (story + recipe for oven roasted cod with miso)
Beef Negimaki, teriyaki marinated beef wrapped around green onions.
Scottish Salmon Nigiri with Sea Kelp and Sesame Seeds. One of many courses during omakase at Sushi Wasabi in Tustin, CA.
First attempt at sushi. It isn't that hard at all!
I enjoy feasting on Japanese food with my eyes as much as I enjoy eating them =)
Looks like salmon sushi, doesn't it? But it's not. At Tataki, the only sustainable sushi restaurant in North America, they do things differently.
Smoked salmon crepe 'sushi'
My gastronomic Saturday, feasting on my favorite Japanese and French delights! :D
"a super nomsworthy traditional sushi meal" as a tutorial for how to eat sushi the insider's way
You don't need to be afraid, making sushi is really not that hard!!! And it makes such a great healthy lunch or snack!
Want something different to pack for lunch? How about sushi made with barbecued freshwater unagi eel?
How about some Mango-Pear sushi with Pomegranate-Blueberry Wasabi?
Pickled herring ume cucumber rolls.
Aji (mackerel) nigiri from Tokkuri Tei in Honolulu. The freshest fish in Hawaii!
Popular sushi cooked roll for those who don't eat raw fish!
sushi wedding cake. doesn't just *look* like sushi; it *is* sushi, wonder how the bride & groom felt about smushing it into each others' faces (yes, there IS a recipe if you want one for your wedding)
For great handmade Sushi, it all starts with fresh ingredients
Tender tendrils of colorful young octopus gently nestles atop sushi rice
Ahi Tuna Tartare w/ Avocado, Crispy Shallots & Soy-Sesame Dressing
Japanese style traditional Malaysian dessert.
Sushi bowl by 101 Cookbooks
Sushi Bowl by Cookbooks
Why I could never be a real food critic? I can be bought-en [kabuki sushi, los angeles, ca]
two words: turtle blood, aka "poison" to both your sanity and...dignity
Italy meets Japan: Here is an unusual, exquisite fish course even for those who do not like raw fish particularly.
the perfect representation of everything i love/hate about hell-ay - Sushi Roku, Santa Monica, CA
just because it's the in the dreaded Valley (of all places), doesn't mean iroha is that bad...
it might not be urasawa, but KIRIKO on sawtelle in west los angeles is close enough.
ruby red tuna sushi from Sushi Karen
rainbow of fish flavors