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Sushi at Home Sushi Roller Machine

Here we see how the Sushi at Home Maki sushi roll making machine creates the perfect Hosomaki sushi (small rolls) it also makes tasty Futomaki (large rolls) too!

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  • Pubbelly Sushi Opens Third Location, in Brickell City Centre

    01/09/17 ,via Miami New Times

    "This will be our third Pubbelly Sushi," Mendin says. "It's the same soul from Miami Beach but a newer, more modern design. We kept the food very similar. We tried to give people the next level of the neighborhood sushi restaurant, but still affordable

  • Sushi.Com's new digs allow for more diners to enjoy inventive fare

    01/09/17 ,via Columbus Dispatch

    Sushi.Com, which recently moved to 7178 Muirfield Drive in the Shops of Muirfield, now has twice as much space as before and made some strategic changes to the menu. The 80-seat restaurant's decor includes gray hues, textured wallpaper, stone accents, 

  • Fatal Connecticut Big Y stabbing victim identified as sushi chef from Massachusetts

    01/09/17 ,via

    OLD LYME, Connecticut --The fatal stabbing Sunday afternoon at a Big Y World Class Market in Old Lyme, Connecticut resulted from a fight between two men from the sushi counter, according to both authorities and Big Y. Police have identified the man 

  • First Look: Boa Sushi Café

    01/09/17 ,via HONOLULU Magazine (blog)

    Finding a mini sushi bar in the middle of Remington College was the last thing we expected when we heard about Boa Sushi Café. We'd imagined the usual downtown cheap sushi spot, with pre-packed sushi rolls and bentos in which the nori would be a little 

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Sushi (desenrollado)
Peibol y yo cocinamos sushi =)
Photo by motagirl2 on Flickr


There is nothing really special about this sushi, I was just pushing my camera a bit to see how it would perform in low light.
Photo by Plonq on Flickr