On Friday, January 11, 2013 1:50:15 PM UTC-8, Swingman wrote:
Trivia: The traditional sushi serving block is called a Geta. This comes from the name of Geshia's wooden sandles that have the same configuration plus some straps. Geta is somehow the Japanese word that they think mimicks the sound the sandles make. I would call it a clomp-clomp but whatever. If your sushi ever tastes like feet, maybe they are actually using a Geta. P.S. I post this comment about once a year, whenever sushi serving blocks are mentioned to prove how smart I am.