FOODIE FRIDAY: Art, love, honor, & fish

Sushi chef Toshio Oguma and apprentice Oona Tempest, featured in these two videos, demonstrate the artistry, mastery, passion, and other complex human qualities behind the making of sushi. The master chef and student interact behind the sushi bar, creating new edible experiences, practicing their commitment to the craft, and respecting tradition.

Oguma and Tempest conduct their culinary performance in Tanoshi Sushi restaurant in New York, owned by King Ang who found an empty kitchen-less space on the Upper East Side, turned it into a sushi bar, and found the master sushi chef on Craigslist.

[Munchies / YouTube] The Sushi Chef: Oona Tempest and Toshio Oguma

[Eeater/YouTube] How to Become a Sushi Chef

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Photo: Screenshot from [Munchies / YouTube] The Sushi Chef: Oona Tempest and Toshio Oguma

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