Pronunciation: [nee-JEE-ree SOO-shee]
From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Sushi seems like a healthy choice; it's made fish, veggies and rice . . . but is it really all that good for you?
A popular chain of sushi restaurants in Japan is now offering sushi with a big, long pat of butter on them.
Sushi suitcase covers, available in tuna, salmon, shrimp and egg, are the perfect way for lovers of Japanese cuisine to protect their bags and make a statement.
In this sushi recipe, the raw fish is switched with a variety of vitamin-packed veggies -- radishes, carrots, scallions, peppers and some avocado. Don’t forget about nori (sushi's green wrapper). This traditional Japanese sea vegetable is high in fiber, potassium and vitamins A and C (both antioxidants).
A popular sushi chain in Japan has introduced a sushi roll that is definitely not for the fishphobic: It’s made with a whole sardine – head, tail, eyes and all.
Layer refried beans, guacamole, salsa and cheese onto store-bought flatbreads and roll it up to create a fun Mexican "sushi" roll.