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Sushi Pops in Nishiki Market in Kyoto

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Mr. Misadventures and I spent a significant amount of time (and by doing that saved a significant amount of money) at the Nishiki Market in Kyoto. We basically grazed – ate as we walked. One of things we picked up was basically a sushi-pop. Chunks of sushi grade fish on a sick meant to be eaten right then and there. I think that is my favorite kind of pops!

In San Francisco – like nearly everywhere else in the country – it has been freezing, so I am sorry if the fantastic recipes below lean towards soups, comfort, and cold weather food!

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  1. I was looking for a good, meat-free dish for dinner this weekend – I cannot wait to try the Kale and shitake mushroom bread pudding! Yum-oh!

  2. Hmm, I don’t know about those, lol I might try them but I’m not normally a fishy-kinda person. They look interesting!

  3. I’m not a big fan o sushi, but that photo makes it look so yummy I may just have to go find some for dinner tonight.

  4. I haven’t tried any Sushi that I have liked but these look very good, and thanks for the Recipe Links, I will give soem of these a try!

  5. My daughter loves Sushi, I do not have much of a taste for fish. This is an original way to eat it though.

    1. @Susan, if you aren’t a big fish fan then it is harder to find something to like, but there are great veggie rolls without fish you may like!

  6. These sushi pops look delicious, I would love to try them. Thank you for this post and thank you for the links you posted, I’d love to try the Sweet potato, carrot and red lentil soup.

  7. Sushi pops? What? I LOVE sushi so I must try this! It’s a nice way to eat sushi without chopsticks and without getting your hands full of soy sauce! 😉

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