November 25, 2016

Will You Be My Sushi Valentine?

By Stuart Turner

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so I have come up with some tips and ideas (from Sushi Stu's Love Bible TM) on how to celebrate in style, with an unforgettable, love-filled sushi evening...

Onigiri Hearts

Use an onigiri mould to make onigiri and slice to create beautiful sushi love hearts! Colour your rice with pink food colouring, top with pink salmon or with S+B7-Spice Pepper.  Cut in half and share with your loved one!

Oysters and Sushi

Oysters are a perfect partner to sushi, and are a frequent topic of interest in my love bible. Oysters are high in protein and low in fat. They are rich in zinc and contain many other minerals such as calcium, iron, copper, iodine, magnesium and selenium. They also make your partner into a raging love tank.

Fruity Japanese Gummys

When the evening is in full swing, (and Barry White is in full song) tearing open a pack of fruity,  Japanese gummies is sure to ignite the fires below. Apple, Muscat, Orange, Grape and Pineapple Gummy sweets are a real tangy taste sensation, to get your senses in the mood!

Build a Heart-Shaped Platter

This one is for the less lazy amongst you (probably women) who wish to woo their sushi loving men. Make a large amount of pinky coloured maki rolls (a mix of salmon, tuna, any other pink foods) and arrange on a platter in a nice heart shape and serve. When I did that for my partner, let me tell you,  there was more than the sushi in a roll... (?)

His and Hers Chopsticks

It's all about the finer details! Blue and pink chopsticks (or pink and pink! Or blue and blue!!) make a really nice addition to the Japanese themed evening. You can even feed each other sushi, like some kind of Japanese version of Lady and the Tramp.

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