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Darth Sushi

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  1. Hello all, and happy holidays. We're working on our next menu for our bi-monthly rotation and we are looking for over the top recipes. We would like to know if anyone has seen the asian equivalent of the gumbopages.com website, or any other resources of the like. Thanks Adam
  2. How about tapas restaurants in Nashville? My sister and brother in law are headed out there pretty soon.
  3. Darth Sushi

    Pirate Sushi

    in the end we didn't have time for a proper photo shoot. I'm not even sure that we had a camera even handy. Everything was very well received, and a few of the rolls may return for different menus down the road.
  4. Darth Sushi

    Pirate Sushi

    Pirate Sushi This is the final draft of the sushi menu for this weekend. Everyone gets a couple slices of each roll, drinks have yet to be determined, and the cheesecake dessert will probably be figured out last minute on wednesday or thursday. The Delicious staff is getting all dressed up on saturday night, and when its all said and done, we're gonna go get loaded, then pillage and plunder Bismarck, ND. I'll try to get some photos up ASAP Bretheren of the Coast Maki jerk red snapper, mango, orange sweet peppers Horn of Africa Maki curried crab, raw red pepper, minced ginger The Rum Fellow
  5. Darth Sushi

    Pirate Sushi

    That's freaking hilarious. Anyway, I think what I am going to end up doing is a pirate diorama in the style of chirashi-zushi, and stylized ship rolls for the second plating. And I've been playing with temari-zushi, to make things like pearls and other round pirate paraphenalia(cannonballs with black tobikko)
  6. Darth Sushi

    Pirate Sushi

    we are trying to create the ultimate warrior. by adding ninja food to pirates, were hoping to add ninja stealth to pirate mayhem. now if I could only figure out what Jedis eat
  7. he's gonna love next months menu, when i whip out the coney island roll with a boiled hot dog, heinz ketchup and mustard, that radioactive green relish and sport peppers
  8. Darth Sushi

    Pirate Sushi

    This is awesome. We're going to have to change our format for our sushi nights, family style platings. I'm going to have to start rolling at 8 in the morning for dinner at 7pm if I'm gonna pull this off.
  9. Darth Sushi

    Eating Panther

    Take a look at Exotic Meats. You may find interesting alternatives there.
  10. Darth Sushi

    Pirate Sushi

    I'm thinking that in this case, that bad puns are the best puns.
  11. As everyone knows, the greatest holiday in the history of holidays takes place on September 19. International Talk Like a Pirate Day. September 19 also happens to be when we have out Sept. sushi night scheduled at Mr. Delicious. The plan is to create Pirate sushi and we wanted to get the egullet crowd involved. We are looking for sushi ideas that fit into the pirate category, no matter how silly they may be.
  12. So about an hour after I should have been rolling sushi, I was still struggling trying to get my gels to actually hold together. I am still not entirely certain what went wrong, but I ended up resorting to a simple agar gel. I still got my flavor, and the texture was still different enough that it accomplished what I needed it to. I am not done with this by far.
  13. What about creating the blush spheres first and then immersing them in the second alginate solution of the white wine. Could you create a sphere inside of a sphere that way?
  14. How would you go about forming a gel around a different liquid, say encapsulating a tart blush wine inside of a sweeter white wine?
  15. I does only one thing, that's for sure... and too much and it tastes like an ashtray (too long in a smoker does the same thing). It is available in many different smoke "flavours" though (i.e. hickory, pecan, maple...). I bet you could cook your rice in tea as well if you want to add that kind of flavour to your dishes. Lapsang souchon tea would also add plenty of smoke flavour... but I'm not sure this is the direction you are taking. ← i will keep that tea in mind. one of the other processes i have been looking at is steeping tea and using that liquid to soak either apple or cherry chips
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