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Square sauce dishes sushi bowls spice bowl trinket by JSBArts,

Square sauce dishes sushi bowls spice bowl trinket by JSBArts,

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White Sushi Set 6 Pieces Serving Set for 2 Sushi Dish by bemika

White Sushi Set, 6 Pieces Serving Set for 2, Sushi Dish, Ceramic Tableware, Serving Sushi, Sushi Plate, Ceramics and Pottery, Home & Living

I first bought several of these brightly colored glass bowls by Portland artist Lynn Read a few years ago at Canoe, one of my favorite Rose City stores. The bowls look amazing on any table and are a lot sturdier than they appear. I use mine predominantly as salt bowls—one for flaky finishing salt and one for the more utilitarian kosher. They’re also that hard-to-find size that’s works well for holding just the right amount soy sauce for dipping sushi. When I was in Portland last summer, I…

Made Here, Buy Here: What You Can’t Leave Portland Without

I first bought several of these brightly colored glass bowls by Portland artist Lynn Read a few years ago at Canoe, one of my favorite Rose City stores. The bowls look amazing on any table and are a lot sturdier than they appear. I use mine predominantly as salt bowls—one for flaky finishing salt and one for the more utilitarian kosher. They’re also that hard-to-find size that’s works well for holding just the right amount soy sauce for dipping sushi. When I was in Portland last summer, I…

Big Walnut Bowl by On Our Table  Handmade in Canada and finished with a natural oil/beeswax mixture, this serving bowl is a handsome addition to any tablescape.

Big Walnut Bowl by On Our Table Handmade in Canada and finished with a natural oil/beeswax mixture, this serving bowl is a handsome addition to any tablescape.

It's like going out to sushi without being embarrassed by your lack of chopstick skills. Also, no pants.

How to Make a Deconstructed Vegan Sushi Bowl

It's like going out to sushi without being embarrassed by your lack of chopstick skills. Also, no pants.

One  of the frequent questions I see on forums is, "What do I do with all these scraps?!" Well, we all know how the idiom above ends -- One ...

Scrap glass pattern bar- Finished sushi platter using the scrap box technique

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