On Tuesday this week I made over 200 temari sushi for the ‘Taste’ event on behalf of the IT Health Partnership who were exhibiting for e-Health Week, the biggest health event in the UK, including presentations on how e-health and IT can transform health and care services.
Our first corporate customer, The IT Health partnership, were seeking a memorable and unique catering service that would stand out and engage current and potential customers during the ‘Taste’ food festival and the temari that I made were simple, beautiful and up-to-date, reflective of modern food tastes.
I made a total of four different types of sushi for this event:
- Smoked salmon with black sesame seeds, tied with a chive and topped with small fish eggs or a slice of lemon
- Layered slices of avocado topped with seasonal sakura (cherry blossom) flowers, nori, lemon or fish eggs
- Roasted peppers topped with goat’s cheese
- Japanaese pickled plums (‘umeboshi’) topped with edible rose petals
The event was a great success and all sushi disappeared fast! The umeboshi topped with edible rose petals were particularly popular.
We catered for around 50 people for this event, around 4 temari per person. If you are interested in offering something exciting and different for an event, whether corporate or private, please contact us to discuss (firstname.lastname@example.org, 07891 203 860).