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Old 07-10-2006, 03:07 PM   #1
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Sushi Fans?

I am a big sushi fan. Here is a pic of the best sushi I have ever eaten. It was at real cool place names Saparros in Scottsdale, AZ.



The Toro was the best I ever had. The Sock-eye Salmon and the Escolar were really good too.

Had some Kobe beef too. (not in the pic)
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Old 07-10-2006, 03:10 PM   #2
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sushi goood.
I thought you were a sausage fan?
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I've never tried sushi But, that do look good! =P~
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Looks fantastic, but how much did that plate cost???
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Re: Sushi Fans?

Looks like cut bait to me , just kidding!! LOL
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Old 07-10-2006, 03:33 PM   #7
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Looks like cut bait to me , just kidding!! LOL
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Old 07-10-2006, 04:06 PM   #8
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I luvz me some sushi. =D>
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Poke salad!!!!!!!!

That sushi place in the Scottsdale mall isn't bad either...just can't remember the name.
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I love the Salmon roe (Ikuru?) with raw quail egg, and Eel, (Unagi).
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Old 07-11-2006, 01:43 PM   #11
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That looks like sashimi to me. Sushi has rice under it. But it looks real good. We've got some great sushi joints here in Anchorage.

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That's right Griff. I wish sashimi had a discount!!
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well I like sushi, cause the rice is seasoned, and it's fun to dip it in
the soy and wasabi, but sashimi lets you really enjoy the flavor of
the fish. sushi is more filling of course, and the problem is, my sashimi
budget is more in line with sushi!
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That looks like sashimi to me. Sushi has rice under it.
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Your right, Griff, it is sashimi. :^o Was using the generic term too loosely. Kinda like using BBQ as a verb, when it is really a noun. IMHO
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At local Chinese restaurants, they have sushi on the buffets. I'm not sure if it has the fish or eel or anything like that as I think there are health department regulations on serving raw fish. They label it as sushi on the buffet. It's rice with veggies and other stuff wrapped in seaweed. Whatever it is, I love it! I really like the slices of ginger and wasabi. Les always laughs because I sit there eating the stuff with my eyes watering.
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At local Chinese restaurants, they have sushi on the buffets. I'm not sure if it has the fish or eel or anything like that as I think there are health department regulations on serving raw fish. They label it as sushi on the buffet. It's rice with veggies and other stuff wrapped in seaweed. Whatever it is, I love it! I really like the slices of ginger and wasabi. Les always laughs because I sit there eating the stuff with my eyes watering.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think what you are referring to are really California rolls and not real sushi/sashimi.
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I really have no clue, Larry. I just know that I love it and even crave it at times. That may very well be what it is, I was supposed to get a free recipe book in the mail with California Sushi recipes but it never came. It probably would have clarified things a bit for me.
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I really have no clue, Larry. I just know that I love it and even crave it at times. That may very well be what it is, I was supposed to get a free recipe book in the mail with California Sushi recipes but it never came. It probably would have clarified things a bit for me.
Check this out Allie. California Rolls
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Yes, that is it! Thank you Larry! I've always known it wasn't actual sushi but had no clue what to really call it. I do love seafood and stuff like that so maybe one day I'll get to try some real sushi.
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Old 07-11-2006, 09:15 PM   #20
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I love Sushi. Since I have moved to Columbus, Ohio and stopped travelling I can't get good Sushi!
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