Month: August 2008

Hotate Special, and More Randomness

<p>I've gotten tagged with another "random things" meme, this time by Nicole from <a href="http://forfood.rezimo.com/?p=690">For the Love of Food</a>. Of course, if you don't want to know <a href="http://sushiday.com/archives/2007/03/02/five-things-you-didnt-know-about-me/">more</a> <a href="http://sushiday.com/archives/2008/02/09/shirt-and-meme/">randomness</a> <a href="http://sushiday.com/archives/2008/06/10/guns-and-roll/">about me</a>, you can always skip to the yummy Hotate Special recipes and pictures at the end of this post. :D</p> <ol> <li>Up until nine months ago, I had never tried sashimi. My mother is allergic to fish, so it was

Koo-Ki Sushi

<p>When you get deep into the sushi world, something that begins to come up is candy sushi. Often, people use Hostess Twinkies or Rice Crispy Treats as the sumeshi, with Fruit Roll-Ups for the nori. However, many have heard of <a href="http://kookisushi.com/">Suedy's Koo-Ki Sushi</a>. These also use a rice crispy base, but use various types of chocolate, caramel, and gummy candies for their nori and sushi fillings. Often I have

carburetor

Carburetor

Obviously, this roll is called “Carburetor” because it looks like one. What, you can’t see it? No, wait… look at it this way… turn your head just like this… see it now? No? Darn. Oh well, I can’t quite see it either. But I’d assume that’s why it’s named Carburetor. Meh, who knows. What do

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