The Hub – Issue 7

Hub Magazine – issue 7

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times …” the prophetic opening words of Charles Dickens’ famous 150 year old novel, A Tale of Two Cities, have a certain resonance today. But at Sushi Hub we optimistically believe that the worst of times are behind us and we welcome the summer months bringing the best of times. We have a “glass half full”, an “every cloud has a silver lining” positive attitude.

In each issue of HUB magazine we strive to bring you useful, interesting stories and insights to lift your spirits. In the last issue we featured Marie Kondo, the Japanese organising queen who rose to global fame with her tidying up and decluttering methods. How timely was that? Last issue we also asked you to be creative and enter our Extreme Sushi Challenge, and come up with the most inventive and crazy sushi creations. That extra time on people’s hands at home saw us receiving some amazing efforts and we show you the winners in these pages.

At the time when social distancing and contactless protocols were mandatory Sushi Hub took to the skies to home deliver meals on the Gold Coast by drone. That’s right, sushi from heaven! Check out how winged Sushi Hub meals have taken off.

The famous Aussie expression “don’t come the raw prawn with me” colourfully sums up the variety on Sushi Hub’s menu that features so much more than raw seafood. Take a look at some of the many alternatives from cooked meat and seafood dishes to vegetarian and gluten free options.  And we run you through some of our new eco-friendly packaging.

Times of reflection and contemplation lend themselves to the beautiful zen world of ikebana, the centuries old Japanese art of flower arranging. We delve into this art form that has developed to harmonise with the contemporary spaces where people live, work and play. And from the minimal beauty of ikebana to the avant-garde world of influential fashion brand Comme des Garçons, where designer Rei Kawakubo shakes up tradition.

Do you know your Junmai from your Ginjo? These sake terms and others are explained as we look at how sake is made, the various styles – and its drinking etiquette. Kanpai!

Pop into any of our restaurants and grab a free copy!
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