episode 57 :: sushi revolution

Face it, no one really needs me to talk about sushi. It’s been done to death, and I’m not the one to bring anything new. But I finally got a chance to experience kaiten-zushi (sushi served on a rotating conveyer belt) and it was not only one of the most entertaining sushi experiences I’ve had, but it provided a few dishes I won’t soon forget.

Sushilicious recently opened in Irvine (less than 3 miles from my home), and it’s unique in may ways. Not only is it one of the few sushi restaurants that provides a kaiten-zushi experience, its owner Daniel has marketed Sushilicious primarily using Social Media. That’s a first for Orange County, so far as I can tell.

Oh, and by the way, the sushi is delicious.

listen to episode 57

In this episode:
• Allagash Fluxus 2009
• Kaiten-Zushi experience at Sushilicious
• Future Food on Planet Green – great idea, wrong message
• Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution on ABC – great idea, right message
• The heyday of the LA Times Food Section Gals

Music in this episode from Thousand Foot Krutch. Download the song from the iTunes Store or better yet, from their web site thousandfootkrutch.com