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Sushi Sushi Sushi December 7, 2006

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People in Kuwait are eating sushi like there is no Tomorrow!!! It might be good for your health but why now!! Makki, Sakura, sushi club, Golden Chop sticks, and may be more … the number of restaurant serving sushi is increasing and there must a reason behind it! Listen to our show and find out

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1. Nora-Cassandra - March 18, 2007

I never thought I would hear that Kuwaitis are in to sushi! I had to write a comment even if this is an old episode!

My husband is a chef! I never liked sea food when living in Kuwait, and as good luck for me my husband doesn’t like sea food either! He makes sea food dishes that every one loves, but no chance for us.

But in Finland we do eat Caviar, cold smoked Salmon and other row fish! I like that and for a strange reason is my husband liked them too when he tried them.

So it was difficult for us to try and like the sushi. But it is a delicacy and expensive. Still we crave it very often. My husband is a Greek-Cypriot chef, so row fish was a very strange and scary for him, especially that he really hates fish and sea food. After more times eating in Japanese and thinking of the reason why can he eat it and like it. He realized that when he cooks the fish in the restaurant the fish’s oil comes out of it, and that is the part that gives the fish its smell, but the row fish has its oils in and doesn’t have that smell. Buy the way our 7 year old daughter likes sushi too!!!

Chop sticks might do there work as you said in Kuwait, different and fun! But I won’t say it’s one of the main reasons, because in Chinese restaurants we use them too.

I would say it’s very healthy and it’s a delicacy. But I won’t say it’s a meal if it’s a small plate, but when we go to our favorite Japanese we order the mix sushi boat that has 2 of about 20 different sushi and roles (as you called them).But if I know right they are called sushi too but role sushi! Any way that is a meal!!

It’s true it might be just a trend there! We do have Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Malaysian, and many others. So for us we like everything but Japanese would be our favorite!

If you ever visit Cyprus, I promise I’ll take you for Japanese on me! 🙂

2. Nora-Cassandra - March 18, 2007

I wrote a comment but I don’t see it! It didn’t get published for some reason!! 😦

3. Nora-Cassandra - March 18, 2007

I never thought I would hear that Kuwaitis are in to sushi! I had to write a comment even if this is an old episode!

My husband is a chef! I never liked sea food when living in Kuwait, and as good luck for me my husband doesn’t like sea food either! He makes sea food dishes that every one loves, but no chance for us.

But in Finland we do eat Caviar, cold smoked Salmon and other row fish! I like that and for a strange reason is my husband liked them too when he tried them.

So it was difficult for us to try and like the sushi. But it is a delicacy and expensive. Still we crave it very often. My husband is a Greek-Cypriot chef, so row fish was a very strange and scary for him, especially that he really hates fish and sea food. After more times eating in Japanese and thinking of the reason why can he eat it and like it. He realized that when he cooks the fish in the restaurant the fish’s oil comes out of it, and that is the part that gives the fish its smell, but the row fish has its oils in and doesn’t have that smell. Buy the way our 7 year old daughter likes sushi too!!

Chop sticks might do there work as you said in Kuwait, different and fun! But I won’t say it’s one of the main reasons, because in Chinese restaurants we use them too.

I would say it’s very healthy and it’s a delicacy. But I won’t say it’s a meal if it’s a small plate, but when we go to our favorite Japanese we order the mix sushi boat that has 2 of about 20 different sushi and roles (as you called them).But if I know right they are called sushi too but role sushi! Any way that is a meal!!

It’s true it might be just a trend there! We do have Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Malaysian, and many others. So for us we like everything but Japanese would be our favorite!

If you ever visit Cyprus, I promise I’ll take you for Japanese on me! 🙂

4. Deera Chat Family - March 18, 2007

i was looking into the spam blocker but didn’t find anything … anyhow your message was received with love 😉

5. Nora-Cassandra - March 19, 2007

Thanks guys for the nice words! But what happened? I tryed twice! And as I see the long comment I wrote never got published!

6. Nora-Cassandra - March 19, 2007

I’m going to TRY to write what I wrote yesterday!! And then TRY to get it through one last time!

7. Nora-Cassandra - March 19, 2007

Here goes!

I never thought I would hear that Kuwaitis are in to sushi! I had to write a comment even if this is an old episode!

My husband is a chef! I never liked sea food when living in Kuwait, and as good luck for me my husband doesn’t like sea food either! He makes sea food dishes that every one loves, but no chance for us.

But in Finland we do eat Caviar, cold smoked Salmon and other row fish! I like that and for a strange reason is my husband liked them too when he tried them.

So it was difficult for us to try and like the sushi. But it is a delicacy and expensive. Still we crave it very often. My husband is a Greek-Cypriot chef, so row fish was a very strange and scary for him, especially that he really hates fish and sea food. After more times eating in Japanese and thinking of the reason why can he eat it and like it. He realized that when he cooks the fish in the restaurant the fish’s oil comes out of it, and that is the part that gives the fish its smell, but the row fish has its oils in and doesn’t have that smell. Buy the way our 7 year old daughter likes sushi too!!

Chop sticks might do there work as you said in Kuwait, different and fun! But I won’t say it’s one of the main reasons, because in Chinese restaurants we use them too.

I would say it’s very healthy and it’s a delicacy. But I won’t say it’s a meal if it’s a small plate, but when we go to our favorite Japanese we order the mix sushi boat that has 2 of about 20 different sushi and roles (as you called them).But if I know right they are called sushi too but role sushi! Any way that is a meal!

It’s true it might be just a trend there! We do have Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Malaysian, and many others. So for us we like everything but Japanese would be our favorite!

If you ever visit Cyprus, I promise I’ll take you for Japanese on me! 🙂

8. Deera Chat Family - March 19, 2007

i am soooo sorry for what is happening here … i really don’t know i just checked the spam blocker and didn’t find anything … and again we receive your love with greater love 😉

9. Nora-Cassandra - March 20, 2007

But I wrote so much about my favorite food (SUSHI)!!! 😦

10. Nora-Cassandra - March 20, 2007

I never thought I would hear that Kuwaitis are in to sushi! I had to write a comment even if this is an old episode!

My husband is a chef! I never liked sea food when living in Kuwait, and as good luck for me my husband doesn’t like sea food either! He makes sea food dishes that every one loves, but no chance for us.

But in Finland we do eat Caviar, cold smoked Salmon and other row fish! I like that and for a strange reason is my husband liked them too when he tried them.

So it was difficult for us to try and like the sushi. But it is a delicacy and expensive. Still we crave it very often. My husband is a Greek-Cypriot chef, so row fish was a very strange and scary for him, especially that he really hates fish and sea food. After more times eating in Japanese and thinking of the reason why can he eat it and like it. He realized that when he cooks the fish in the restaurant the fish’s oil comes out of it, and that is the part that gives the fish its smell, but the row fish has its oils in and doesn’t have that smell. Buy the way our 7 year old daughter likes sushi too!!!

11. Nora-Cassandra - March 24, 2007

now i see there are at least 3 messages mising!! they were here before you moved!!

12. Nora-Cassandra - March 24, 2007

I never thought I would hear that Kuwaitis are in to sushi! I had to write a comment even if this is an old episode!

My husband is a chef! I never liked sea food when living in Kuwait, and as good luck for me my husband doesn’t like sea food either! He makes sea food dishes that every one loves, but no chance for us.

But in Finland we do eat Caviar, cold smoked Salmon and other row fish! I like that and for a strange reason is my husband liked them too when he tried them.

So it was difficult for us to try and like the sushi. But it is a delicacy and expensive. Still we crave it very often. My husband is a Greek-Cypriot chef, so row fish was a very strange and scary for him, especially that he really hates fish and sea food. After more times eating in Japanese and thinking of the reason why can he eat it and like it. He realized that when he cooks the fish in the restaurant the fish’s oil comes out of it, and that is the part that gives the fish its smell, but the row fish has its oils in and doesn’t have that smell. Buy the way our 7 year old daughter likes sushi too!!!

…. Chop sticks might do there work as you said in Kuwait, different and fun! But I won’t say it’s one of the main reasons, because in Chinese restaurants we use them too.

I would say it’s very healthy and it’s a delicacy. But I won’t say it’s a meal if it’s a small plate, but when we go to our favorite Japanese we order the mix sushi boat that has 2 of about 20 different sushi and roles (as you called them).But if I know right they are called sushi too but role sushi! Any way that is a meal!!

It’s true it might be just a trend there! We do have Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Malaysian, and many others. So for us we like everything but Japanese would be our favorite!

If you ever visit Cyprus, I promise I’ll take you for Japanese on me! 🙂

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14. Q8ya - July 29, 2008

A7la sushi ;p

3ady mo shay yedeed 3ala ahal leq8 ( obo elhaba ) ;PpPP

jarabt el sushi <<

a7eb wasabi akthar shay … ;>

el green tea malhom uffffffffffffff 5a6eeeeer ;*

a7eb el salad …salmon and avocado

a7eb exotic roll

a7eb kanif furai ma3a el honey mustard awwwwch raheeeeb ;***

a7eb california roll (special)

a7eb rock shrimp <<<< elly mo emjarbah an9a7ah feeeh ;pp

O o o o a7eeb ba3ad edamami <<<

15. Q8ya - July 29, 2008

oo feee ashya2 thanyah thegtha bas madry shesemha lol ;pp

thanx guys great episode..;>


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