Let’s Party! What: Join Chef Marisa for an online sushi party featuring live sushi Q&A, giveaways, new videos, and much more. When: Thursday, October 13, 2016 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm CST Where: This party will take place on the SushiSecretsWithMarisa facebook page. Simultaneous party posts will be added to Instagram, Twitter and website. Detailed […]
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Recently, I sat down with the editors of the FoodyDirect.com blog to share a few thoughts on making and eating sushi. One of the most pressing questions they asked was regarding the feasibility of making sushi at home? Below you’ll see my answer, but be sure to check out the full interview here. Q: If someone said to you, […]
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I love the taste of salmon skin. It is almost bacon like in the flavor and can transform even the humblest ingredients into a flavor extravaganza.
Commerce Street Market 602 Carroll Gartin Blvd, Laurel, MS It is always such a pleasure to visit the Commerce Street Market. Owner Margaret Hortman and Chef Kay Campanella always extend such a warm welcome. Despite having taught over 10 hands on sushi classes in less than one year, the residents of Laurel continue to request my […]
Cater’s Market 4919-B Poplar Springs Dr., Meridian, MS I was very fortunate to have been invited to Meridian, MS this past week to teach a hands on sushi class. The class, sponsored by Cartmell Gallery, Cater’s Market and Meridian Community College, had a tremendous turnout. Hostess Jamie Cater made her lovely and well stocked market available to […]
Sweet Potato and Shiitake Maki featured on the top row. Sweet potatoes and shiitake mushrooms are boiled in a soy sauce based broth which gives a pleasant salty, sweet and savory flavor to this roll. Try this roll served with a side of steamed spinach. Sweet Potato and Shiitake Maki 1/2 small sweet potato, […]
Temaki, or hand rolls, are a great way to enjoy instant gratification sushi– roll, eat and repeat. The technique is easy and since temaki do not require the use of a bamboo rolling mat, many find that the technique is considerably less messy. Also, hand rolls offer the perfect excuse not to share for those […]