Descriptive Essay About Sushi

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A Mexican Trying Sushi “Food is a central activity of mankind and one of the single most significant trademarks of a culture” (Kurlansky). Having culture and tradition with food and family is important, but also it is important to try different cultural foods because it can bring people together in a way your typical meal can’t always do. Blogger Kimi Harris has a background a little similar to mine; as a kid, she began to try new things and was not afraid to do so. Harris says, “Now, lest you misunderstand, my childhood was mostly full of typical, American food… We tried new things on a regular basis – even if that wasn’t our daily food – and that was key for me.” Indeed, trying food outside of culture is a way to build relationships with…show more content…
Blue Ginger is a small restaurant that serves Sushi; Sushi is far out of my comfort zone. Sushi is a Japanese cuisine that usually contains rice, seafood, and some type of vegetable. The one thing on the menu that didn’t involve rice and seafood was chicken nuggets. I, being safe with my order, ordered chicken nuggets. All of his family ordered some type of Sushi roll and they all wanted me to try it. With that being said, I’ve never been okay with trying new foods because I know if I don’t like it, I won’t eat it. Although it was Casey’s birthday, the focus was on me. As we all sat around the table, the pressure was on to try this new food. Looking around, I realized if I wanted everyone's eyes to migrate off of me, I had to try this Sushi…show more content…
Alyssa is very set in her ways and likes consistency. Trying new foods isn’t one of her strengths because she is nervous about how it will taste and not wanting to waste it if she doesn’t like it. This past summer, we went to Mexico and stayed at an all-inclusive hotel. Every morning for breakfast, they would have a new traditional Mexican breakfast like Chilaquiles, which are fried tortilla strips typically topped with a spicy tomato sauce and cheese. Instead of trying a new Mexican dish every morning, she ate

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