Dining out: Simply Sushi

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  • The Missing Link
    June 17, 2010 5:47 p.m.

    aaaaaaaaaaaaah soooooooooooooooooo

    Sushi is cooked vinegared rice that is commonly topped with other ingredients, such as fish or other seafood,[1] or put into rolls. Sliced raw fish alone is called sashimi, as distinct from sushi. Sushi that is served rolled inside or around dried and pressed layer sheets of seaweed (or nori) is makizushi. Toppings stuffed into a small pouch of fried tofu is inarizushi. Toppings served scattered over a bowl of sushi rice is called chirashi-zushi.

  • Crazy Heart
    June 17, 2010 5:46 p.m.

    yummy yummy.

    California roll consists of avocado, kani kama (imitation crab/crab stick), and cucumber, often made uramaki (with rice on the outside, nori on the inside)
    Caterpillar roll generally includes avocado, unagi, kani kama, and cucumber.
    Dynamite roll includes yellowtail (hamachi), and fillings such as bean sprouts, carrots, chili and spicy mayonnaise (In some parts of Canada, especially western Canada, a dynamite roll consists of a tempura-fried shrimp, masago (capelin roe), avocado and cucumber.)
    Rainbow roll is typically a California roll topped with several various sashimi.
    Spider roll includes fried soft shell crab and other fillings such as cucumber, avocado, daikon sprouts or lettuce, roe, and spicy mayonnaise.
    Philadelphia roll almost always consists of smoked salmon, cream cheese, cucumber, and/or onion.
    Salmon skin roll has grilled salmon skin with sweet sauce and cucumber.
    Crispy California roll a California roll deep fried tempura-style, often topped with sweet eel sauce or chili sauce.
    Seattle roll consists of cucumber, avocado, and raw or smoked salmon.
    B.C. Roll contains salmon skin, roe, cucumber, sweet sauce.
    Louisiana Roll contains blue crab and/or crawfish, spicy mayonnaise, creole seasoning or hot sauce, and sometimes green onion and cucumber.

  • Brother Chuck Schroeder
    June 17, 2010 3:48 p.m.

    Fow what we have to pay for eat-abal art, the all-you-can-eat concept should seem to mesh with the idea of sushi as well. After all, with all the salt, sugar that's in it, they should drop the prices, and, let us pick and choose, how much we feel like eating, because it don't cost them that much for those items, seaweed, rice or sauce's.