Some supermarkets are looking to swell the current wave of interest in sushi by getting customers involved in making it themselves. It may sound ironic, but they expect to boost sales of their chef-made sushi by showing customers how to make their own. They're tying into the recreational cooking trend by offering sushi-making classes, demnstrations and do-it-yourself sushi kits that contain just about everything but the fish. V. Richard's, an upscale single-unit operator in Brookfield, ...
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