b. dangerous, what with the scary raw fish
Instead, I eat it in restaurants where it is:
a. incredibly expensive
b. perfectly safe, because sushi masters know magic and restaurant workers are cleaner and care more about food safety than I do.
Logic worthy of one of my chickens.
We went to a "chic" sushi restaurant last night where the average price for two pieces of nigiri was $10. We ordered sparingly, ate nervously, and judged the sushi mediocre. I looked at our tiny plate of tuna maki -- vinegared rice, seaweed, maybe half an ounce of fish -- and thought, I could do this better and cheaper.
Well, maybe, maybe not. But I'm going to try.
Happy Mother's Day everyone. I've been up for hours but hear stirrings that suggest I need to return to bed for my annual breakfast in bed, which, for reasons I don't entirely understand, always involves Twinkies.