Archinect

Columbia University (Miki)

 

Archived

Sep '06 - Oct '07

 
  • anchor

    eat the eel sushi last

    mikilee Feb 1 '07 7

    this one goes out to one of the founders of archinect. i heard from a good friend who knows you well that you MUST eat the eel sushi last. i know this, but i just wanted to spread the word, because it is a dessert sushi, and maybe prior to that, to eat the flying fish roe sushi which also has a sweet tang to it.

    that's all. hello, goodbye.

     

     
    • 7 Comments

    • Marlin
      Feb 1, 07 11:49 am

      I'm curious: is there a culinary order of operation regarding when you eat the jumbo clam or abalone sushi?

      AP
      Feb 1, 07 10:09 pm

      oh. i must be too western. i eat sashimi (no rice, thank you) and always save the most refreshing for last, usually white fish...

      mikilee
      Feb 2, 07 12:42 am

      hm.. that might be a western thing- but it could be american western or euro-centric, as the french eat salad towards the end of the meal. it's also a western trend to do low-carb, which is why i see, (unless you have a food allergy) you are eating only sashimi. i personally like a balance between rice and fish.

      i do believe there must exist out there, a 'sushi gradient' in terms of etiquette and order, + just had a discussion about this over sake at sakagura, a great little spot in midtown. an alternative possibility to a linear gradient would be a 'sushi/sashimi field' where the rules of eating are more spatial and relational.

      if anyone out there knows of how to acquire information on the sushi gradient/field, do post.

      Miki

      David CuthbertDavid Cuthbert
      Feb 2, 07 1:17 am

      Definately a discussion to be held over a meal and some (warm) sake. Now I'm hungry - thanks!!

      mikilee
      Feb 2, 07 2:31 am

      are you asking me out for a date? haha...

      David CuthbertDavid Cuthbert
      Feb 16, 07 12:56 am

      mikilee sure lets go.

      by the way i had the eel first it was dee...eee...licious; added it adjusted my palate nicely for the spider rolls

      moca
      Aug 12, 07 6:20 pm

      hi.i'm planning on applying for GSAPP this fall. do you think i could exchange a couple Q&A with you on your experience with GSAPP? Thanks!.

      -Wenny
      [wennyhsu at gmail dot com]

    • Back to Entry List...
  • ×Search in:
 

Affiliated with:

Authored by:

  • mikilee

Other blogs affiliated with Columbia University:

Recent Entries


Please wait... loading
Please wait... loading