Its sushi day! I don’t go all that often as my usual tab is $40 just for myself. So it is a special treat, sushi day. If ever you are in Utah and want the best sushi to be found come to Tona’s Sushi Bar in Ogden. I’ve traveled near and far. They have been the best sushi I’ve ever eaten and remain so. Especially the maki nigiri. Tell Tony or Tina, the owners, I sent you.
I asked Tony of Tona’s today to make me the Jiu-Jitsu roll! "I have never heard of a Jiu-Jitsu Roll" you say. Its because I made it up with the help of Tony just today. As I sat eating my maki nigiri we talked about what the ingredients should be. I decided because Jiu-Jitsu is powerful it should have something that really stands out. We decided that ingredient should be spicy tuna. But it also should show the smoothness of the technique so I decided it should be topped with salmon (maki). It needed one more ingredient. I asked Tony what he thought and he said "something crunchy". I thought "Ya to give it that tap or snap feeling!" Tony recited off a list of things we might try when he said "mango" the light went on. Mango to represent Brazil in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Here is what it looked like. The lighting wasn’t so great for a picture but the roll was! It was spicy sweet. Give me your ideas for a roll! Like what would be the ingredients for the arm bar roll?
Jiu-Jitsu is Life and Life is Jiu-Jitsu