26 Responses to “Sushi: photos”

  1. Nadia

    Just stumbled upon your site while surfing diff. blogs. It is gorgeous and inspiring! I’ve always been to scared to tackle sushi at home. One of these days I will, *fingers crossed.*

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  2. Erika from The Pastry Chef At Home

    The 2nd photograph is beautiful (well, they all are!) My sister gave me a sushi mat a really long time ago and i’ve never even taken it out of the packaging. Perhaps that’s because I have a great Japanese restaurant 3 blocks from my apartment that delivers! (NYC is great! have a wonderful time!)

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  3. giao

    beautiful shots! i love making sushi at home. it’s so fun, and no one can track just how many rolls happen to make it into my mouth instead of the platter. i love that. :)

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  4. Allie

    Wow! Your work is exquisite! I have been cooking for years and my food has never looked remotely as delicious as yours! You are incredibly talented!

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  5. human_ortolan

    Hey…I just started following your site. Your photography is amazing. Just getting started on this blog thing myself…it’s nice to be inspired. Thanks.

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  6. Digital Scales

    I love your sushi photos. I never know where to buy the supplies for homemade sushi, and the one time I tried at my sisters house I couldn’t get the rolls tight enough. You are an expert!
    -Sylvia

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  7. Melissa

    While the sushi looks soo lovely, crossed chopsticks is bad etiquette. Just wanted to let you know. It brings bad luck and symbolizes death. Also, just fyi, never stick them straight up in your rice bowl because that is similar to sticking incenses in the sand, which pays respect to the death. Just a little chopstick lesson for you. =)

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