origin of sushi

Cohen, Gerald Leonard gcohen at UMR.EDU
Wed Nov 5 14:33:08 UTC 2003

Ms. Engels,
  I'll do some checking and be back to you in a few days.  But for future reference, the most knowledgeable person on food terminology in the U.S. is almost certainly Barry Popik (bapopik at aol.com).

Gerald Cohen

        -----Original Message-----
        From: Therese Engels [mailto:t.engels at langbein-skalnik.com]
        Sent: Wed 11/5/2003 7:13 AM
        To: bkraig at jps.net
        Cc: Cohen, Gerald Leonard
        Subject: origin of sushi- Tv Production Austria

        Dear Mr.Bruce  Kraig, dear Mr Gerald Cohen

        Thanks for helping us with the answer concerning "the origin of hot dogs"
        I have another culinarian question: "Where does the origin of sushi
        comes from?"
        Is it correct that sushi came originally from china (sung-dynasty)?
        It would be very great if you could help us again with an answer!

        Thank you in advance&
        best wishes from vienna,

        with kind regards

        Therese Engels

        Therese Engels
        Langbein & Skalnik
        A-1070 Wien, Spittelberggasse 3/13

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