Is there a better treat than a platter of just-shucked oysters with a glass or two of fine wine? Crisp, clean whites complement fresh oysters best, but if you prefer red wine, some of the lighter varieties work well. When it comes to selecting your wine, you've got to be careful not to choose a variety that overshadows the oysters. The following wines are a safe bet:
Muscadet is lean with delicate citrusy notes.
Sushi is one of the popular Japanese dishes comprising small balls of cold, cooked rice flavoured with vinegar and garnished with raw vegetables, eggs, or fish. There are several types of sushi, which are made using different ingredients. However, seasoned rice is the primary ingredient in sushi, and most of the other ingredient used for garnishing are a matter of preference. You can choose to have the seasoned rice garnished with raw fish, vegetables, eggs or a combination of any of these items.