My New Favorite Gadget by Chef Jamie Bordoshuk July 24, 2014 by Jill Foucre Leave a Comment Even though I’m pretty good at rolling sushi (I’ve definitely taught my fair share of Sushi classes) this new gadget caught my eye. The Rice Cube, a red square box that looks like a 3D version of Tetris, and fits together like a puzzle to form a cube of rice. My son had just graduated from high school. When asked what food he wanted for his Graduation party, he immediately replied Sushi. After making a batch of sushi rice, I decided to give the Rice Cube a work out. I made the rice cubes and added a thin slice of sashimi grade tuna on top. Finally I wrapped a band of nori around the middle. My first appetizer was done and it was time to forge on. For the next appetizer, I mixed rice with softened cream cheese, minced capers and red onions. I put the rice mixture into the cube, and when it came out, I topped it with a slice of smoked salmon. It was a New York Bagel and Lox with an Asian flair. On to dessert. Adding a bit of coconut milk and water to the next batch of rice gave it a sweet touch. After the rice went through the bright red box, coming out a perfect square, strawberries and pineapple topped it off perfectly. A drizzle of chocolate sauce finished it off. I give this Rice Cube 5-stars, and challenge you to put your imagination to work and come up with your own Rice Cube inventions.