Lucy Latham
I love sushi, my first experience was at the Millenium Dome on a carousel of plates. Soon after Sainsbury’s started doing platters and I bought one with the shopping to eat in the car, knowing japanese people would be horrified, but the ginger! The soy! The green wasabi! And now, Waitrose has a sushi bar and they’ve started using Sriracha mayonnaise and crispy onion sprinkles! And then I saw this course on Facebook, perfect for me and my friend Rosie. Learn how to make sushi and eat lots of it, with sashimi from excellent The Fish Society, and wine. We booked, we arrived very early, in order to get the most from all there might be. And what I would like to say is, sushi with sashimi from The Fish Society doesn’t need any sauce. We were given tastings of two types of best salmon to show the features of both, we were shown how to poke and prod sticky sushi rice onto fragile squares of nori seaweed wraps and roll them within or without the rice, nestling beautiful logs of fish and avocado to make a roll using mats, then a knife with lots of cold water lubrication, to cut into what you see in sushi restaurants. Then we ate them. And I had three before I realised I was tasting them with no ginger, soy or wasabi, and I finally got it. This is a whole new experience, on another level. Not for me the california rolls in the car park. I bought to sushi kit with frozen steaks, extra mackerel, a tin of monkfish liver (a bit like foie gras, without the worry) and a cool bag. It was lovely to meet similarly intrigued customers, and to feel we were alongside gourmet japanese chefs in spirit, as their business and increasing custom is highly appreciated by The Fish Society who look for new delights from the sea to intrigue this discerning market. It was twenty five quid! I spent £60 on the goodie bag and so did Rosie, and it was inspired pricing, we feel engaged. I went on the website when I got home to order abalone and am on the waiting list. I hope they do another sushi evening, I will gift attendance to friends so they can do sushi for me, hopefully with the salmon, tuna, prawns and mackerel that are sold to the most discerning fish buyers in the UK, from The Fish Society.
3 months ago
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