35 Min Released May 5, 2016

Episode 12: Power Sushi

A visit to Shuko, where chef Nick Kim explains the brilliance of the legendary Masa Takayama, under whom he apprenticed for over 10 years. Now he's one of the creative forces behind Shuko, along with GM Sarah Krathen and fellow Masa acolyte Jimmy Lau. Nick tells Platty and the Admiral wild tales of Masa's mysterious ways, as well as the ancient sushi traditions, and how they're evolving as restaurants like Shuko push the form in new directions. 

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