Horse Sushi Goes To Great Lengths


Just when we thought that we’d seen it all with Ramen sushi, sushi socks, and California Rolls — along comes another questionable sushi-related item.

Horse meat sushi is brought to us by Japanese restaurant Nikuzushi, who forgoes the traditional raw fish and specializes in meat and vinegared rice. The horse sushi is available in a few varieties — such as lean meat, belly, and seaweed-wrapped diced meat.

So if you’re looking to win at dinner, this might be the place to show up at. Let it ride.



[via Rocket24 News]

Ramen Sushi


Why be traditional and use boring rice for your sushi, when ninety-nine cents and some boiling water will get you Ramen Sushi?

The Vulgar Chef realizes this, and wraps his raw fish with budget noodles and bacon for good measure. See the technique and recipe here.



Sushi Socks Will Wrap Your Feet In Style


Wrap your feet in style with Sushi Socks. Designed to look like your favorite raw fish roll, the comfy socks will help show off your sushi love from your hands down to your feet.

Sushi Socks are available in a variety of fish. Get them all and create a platter in your sock drawer.





[link, via Boing Boing]

Sushi Nails Are A Thing, Unsurprisingly In Japan


Not content with waiting for it to pass by on the conveyor belt and ingest it, women in Japan are now wearing sushi all the time.

Sushi nail art is a thing in Japan… just sit in front of your nail lady and request the makicure.

[link, via That's Nerdalicious]

Spicy Tuna Roll Corn Dog Is Your New Fancy Food on a Stick


If you can believe it, sushi on a stick is a thing. However, a spicy tuna roll has never been battered and fried to look like a corn dog before. At least not to Foodiggity’s knowledge, and we keep tabs on important stuff like this.

The Spicy Tuna Corn Dog is brought to us by Culinary Bro-Down. Check out the recipe for this food-on-a-stick upgrade and others over at their site.



[link, via Thrillist]