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I'll have the tekka-maki. (Or maybe not.)

 
 
Lord Ellpus
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 12:40 pm
I certainly couldn't be a platter in one of those places. If it was a bit chilly, my percy might get mistaken for a prawn.
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Mame
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 12:59 pm
What do you mean "might"? lol I've never heard it called a 'percy' before! Laughing
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shewolfnm
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 01:01 pm
ossobuco wrote:

Chai, ceviche is fish that is cooked by marination in lime or lemon juice. I've never heard of this with sushi.. I think it is always raw, though I could be wrong...


You are right...

I was thinking this ^ but wrote sushi..


one of those times when i type faster then I think..
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patiodog
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 01:01 pm
percy

percy byshe shelley

shell

shellfish

clam







what to make of it?
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shewolfnm
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 01:02 pm
Lord Ellpus wrote:
I certainly couldn't be a platter in one of those places. If it was a bit chilly, my percy might get mistaken for a prawn.



or a well placed chop stick..
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satt fs
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 01:11 pm
Quote:
In Japanese cuisine, sushi is a food made of vinegared rice combined with various toppings or fillings, which are most comonly seafood and can also include meat, vegetables, mushrooms, or eggs. Sushi toppings may be raw, cooked, or marinated.

sushi (wikipedia)

One of the original forms of sushi is fermentated fish and rice, which has the history more than ten times longer than that of the sushi currently prevalent..
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Funazushi


("funazushi"="funa"+"sushi")
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 01:50 pm
Oooh, I mixed you and Chai up, Shewolf.. beg pardon.
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 01:53 pm
Do places still serve funasushi. Satt?
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Lord Ellpus
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 01:56 pm
shewolfnm wrote:
Lord Ellpus wrote:
I certainly couldn't be a platter in one of those places. If it was a bit chilly, my percy might get mistaken for a prawn.



or a well placed chop stick..


Diner(to waiter):- "Excuse me my man, since when did sushi include giant salami?"
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Lord Ellpus
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 01:57 pm
Mame wrote:
What do you mean "might"? lol I've never heard it called a 'percy' before! Laughing


Percy is a well known nickname in the UK.

"Excuse me, I must go and point Percy at the porcelain"
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satt fs
 
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Reply Wed 6 Sep, 2006 02:01 pm
ossobuco wrote:
Do places still serve funasushi. Satt?

Yes, but the availability is very limited and it is somewhat expensive now.
That type of sushi is thought to be very common in Japan more than hundred years ago and before.
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Mame
 
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Reply Thu 7 Sep, 2006 11:53 am
Lord Ellpus wrote:
Mame wrote:
What do you mean "might"? lol I've never heard it called a 'percy' before! Laughing


Percy is a well known nickname in the UK.

"Excuse me, I must go and point Percy at the porcelain"



Hmmm, I didn't know Percy was perceived as a manly name Cool

But thank you for the explanation. So much to learn, so little time... sigh.
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