Friday, April 28, 2006

Ever been to this place before? Me neither.


I felt this craving coming on, and now it's grown into a monster.







You know it's not my fault - can't help it. Someone (Angela) had to go and mention sushi, and there you go... I just can't stop thinking about it.


They even have strawberry sushi.

18 comments:

Agnes Mitchell said...

Um Terry...um...ewwwwwwwwww. LOL
Sorry, I guess I cleaned too many fish as a kid. The idea of eating that raw just freaks me out.
I'm a pretty brave soul when it comes to food. Maybe someday I'll try it. I'll think of you when I do and I'll think "Terry would be proud." LOL Maybe the strawberry.

Happy "special" day. (((HUGS)))

Ranger Tom said...

Where I'm from we call that bait.

mergrl said...

ooooh send some of that my way, haven't had good sushi in ages :0)

Hope you are having a great saturday (hugs)

Crazy Me said...

STRAWBERRY SUSHI!!! OMG! That sounds so good! We went on Friday and got "The Boat" for 3 people. It was amazing, not too expensive either, and was filled with a ton of different things that I had never had before. Sooooooo good! My favorite though is still the Wasabi Crusted Salmon Rolls or the Poke that we got in Maui. Mmmmmmm .....

Keshi said...

FUK-MI? Dun think I wanna go there....lol!

but I love Sushi!

Keshi.

Autumn Storm said...

lol, I'd have to go eat there, even if I didn't like Sushi :-D
Monday, aaarrrgghh ;), hope you're having a good one!!

Mikey said...

LOL I hate sushi, but love the name.

Tai said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmm LOVE sushi!

tsduff said...

LOL, Agnes, that's quite okay. I never imagined I would like sushi either until my close friend wanted to take me out for my birthday one year... I went to appease her. Turns out, I was so amazed by the variety of different tastes and textures available. There is much more to Sushi (sushi actually only refers to the rice mixture, not fish). You can eat a lot of sushi without even having a single bit of fish, raw or not. Tee hee - I would be proud :-)

tsduff said...

Tom, depends upon the type :-) There is no Zekes Garlic Cheese at a sushi restaurant :-)

tsduff said...

A - Yummy! Wasabi crusted salmon rolls? I've never had it, but it sounds divine. What is Poke? So much sushi, and so little time to eat it :-) Thanks for inspiring me.

tsduff said...

Hi Keshi - Any exotic places to eat down under? This restaruant sounded funny :-D... no idea what it means in Japanese but in English it's hilarious.

tsduff said...

Hi Autumn,
You might be surprised with sushi - like Green Eggs and Ham... taste them taste them, here they are!

Hope the Monday assimilation (you into Monday) wasn't too terrible :-) I'm struggling a little - did I say bleah? Have a great evening :-)

tsduff said...

Hi Mikey - So glad you stopped by. I'm sure there are other delights available in that restaurant ;-) - you never know.

tsduff said...

Tai - my thoughts EXACTLY :-)

Agnes Mitchell said...

Ah-ha. The secret is out.
Which ones are all rice and seaweed? I can tolerate vegitation. Prepare me so I'm not surprised should the opportunity ever present itself. :D

Keshi said...

lol yep..

in Aus there r heaps of International restaurants! many many many :)

Keshi.

tsduff said...

Agnes, ha ha - vegetation? As in shrubbery? You crack me up. Niguri sushi is mostly made with a piece of fish laid upon the rice ball but there are many variations. California rolls are made from delicious seaweed (nori)wrapped around vinegared rice, avocado, cucumber, and cooked crab... There are others (known as maki sushi) which are rolls made of the same with only cucumber or pickled radish as filling. Also there is tamago - egg beautiful scrambled and formed into a square laid upon the rice ball... you can make sushi any way you like it. Arm yourself with copious amounts of pickled ginger, soy sauce and aromatic wasabi and you're on your way. There is also smoked salmon with green onions and cream cheese - a "philly" roll. Yum. Now I'm hungry all over again.