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In 2003, Marisa Baggett boarded a Greyhound bus with a one-way ticket to Los Angeles and $300 in her pocket to study at the California Sushi Academy. After graduation, Marisa moved to Memphis, Tennessee, where her passion for sushi, her southern background and determination to use local, sustainable ingredients resulted in the development of unconventional and delectable sushi! In Sushi Secrets, Marisa shares with you both traditional and nontraditional sushi, all of them delicious and all of them very easy to make. Marisa includes surefire recipes for making perfect sushi rice, tips on how to find and buy the freshest seafood and sustainability and how to achieve it at home. Plus, with her background as a pastry chef, Marisa has created a dessert chapter that will make your mouth water! With this book you'll be ready to prepare a host of sushi and sashimi recipes and it gives loads of hints on how to slash otherwise lengthy prep times. From the traditional favorites to new and unique combinations, Sushi Secretswill have you rolling delicious sushi like a pro in no time at all. Recipes include: Scallop Carpaccio Sashimi Avocado and Pomegranate Nigiri Pork Thin Rolls with Gingered Cherries Pickled Okra Thick Rolls Short Ribs Sushi Bowl "Cat"erpillar Rolls Faux Eel Hand Rolls Fudge Wontons with Peanut Dipping Sauce Fried Cherry Hand Pies
Marisa Bagget arrived in Los Angeles from her home in Mississippi with one goal in mind: to learn as much as she could about preparing great sushi. At the California Sushi Academy she not only studied sushi preparation, but also sushi culture and other Japanese dishes. Her enthusiasm and passion for this flavorful cuisine grew and she became the school's first black female graduate. Since her return to the South, she has gained regional and international recognition for her sushi. She teaches workshops on sushi making, caters sushi events, and works with caterers in the Memphis Jewish community on supplying kosher sushi for special events.