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Old 10-31-2020, 02:22 PM   #1
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Sushi cake w/ Flying fish row,shrimp,salmon, avacado, roasted eel...

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s & p - your food art is positively awesome.

and in most cases toothsome as well.

I say in most cases because sushi is just not my thing! LOL but if it was I'd gobble that up in a flash!
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Old 11-02-2020, 07:36 PM   #4
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That does look amazing! I wasn;t sure if I;d enjoy sushi, as I had tried sashini in L.A., and in Korea, and didn't care for it. Then, my youngest daughter took me to a really good sushi bat in Tacoma, Wa, where I tried several different rolls, of course with thin ginger slices, and wasabi. The combination of flavors, along with the little pop and flavor of the roe made me a sushi lover.

Your sushi-cake looks like it would be delicious. Did you build the cake in a SS biscuit cutter? Whatever you did, the results look very appetizing.

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That looks awesome.
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Amazing!
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Old 11-04-2020, 08:43 PM   #7
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That does look amazing! I wasn;t sure if I;d enjoy sushi, as I had tried sashini in L.A., and in Korea, and didn't care for it. Then, my youngest daughter took me to a really good sushi bat in Tacoma, Wa, where I tried several different rolls, of course with thin ginger slices, and wasabi. The combination of flavors, along with the little pop and flavor of the roe made me a sushi lover.

Your sushi-cake looks like it would be delicious. Did you build the cake in a SS biscuit cutter? Whatever you did, the results look very appetizing.

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I used a small 4" cake pan wrapped in Glad Rape.
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Old 11-06-2020, 01:29 AM   #8
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Sushi, of course is an amalgamation of flavors that compliment each other, all wrapped, or assembled with sushi rice. I know many who avoid it as they can't stomach the thought of raw seafood. They won't even trust a california roll

S, I have an idea for those people, sushi made without nori, roe, or raw fish. I'm thinking ingredients such as Carpaccio, prosciutto, rare ir medium-rare lean, paper thin sliced standing rib, avocado, thin sliced cucumber, etc.

Any of you amazing cooks out there have ever made something like that? I think sauteed scallops, sliced thin would be great.

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The few times I've made sushi is with nori, of course, and rice. As mentioned, anything else stuffed inside is up to the creator!

I use julienne carrots, cucumbers for starters and then whatever else I can think of. Shrimp is probably my favourite, haven't tried julienned ham (or Spam! LOL) - I like smoked salmon as well, that's about as close as I get to raw fish or ceviche.

Unfortunately, one of the most popular in 'California' style is avocado - to which I'm extremely sensitive.

I find Spring Rolls and Sushi seem to go hand-in-hand. One rolled in rice paper the other nori and rice!
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