Proving that, with a razor-sharp knife and mad rolling skills, one can turn anything into “sushi” — the chef slices and rolls The Mac into an aesthetically-pleasing version of the “burger.” Check out the process below.
We’re not sure if it’s proper sushi etiquette to do so, but you can now dip your raw fish and rice in the Skull Soy Dish.
Designed to look like a skull when filled, the dish comes with a set of chopsticks, to help complete the skull and crossbones effect. And, if it’s not sushi night, you can always fill up the skull with oil and vinegar for bread dipping.
The set includes one ceramic dish with bamboo chopsticks. New at The Foodiggity Shop.
How do you celebrate one of your greatest food cities? Well, if you’re Japan, you do it by running a Sushi River through it.
Here’s proof, that if you allow a food trend to hang around long enough, stuff like Sushi Cupcakes is bound to happen. We only have ourselves to blame.
Brought to us by Mosogourmet, the ‘cupcakes’ are made by forming raw fish and rice into temarizushi (sushi balls).
The best part, if there needs to be one, is that the cupcake wrapper is edible nori. Actually, this look kinda awesome. Want.
Peanut butter and jelly is cool and all, but the duo is no longer the ultimate food pairing. This is because something called the Sushirrito exists, and it’s not only the greatest food merger ever, but it could also be the best thing to ever exist.
Brought to us by the San Francisco-based Sushirrito, the restaurant chain combines the awesomeness of raw fish and rice, with the compact convenience of a yummy burrito.
Patrons of the fast casual restaurant can expect fantastic Asian/Latin fusion, such as Yellowtail Satori, Salmon Samba, Sumo Crunch and the Porkivore.