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Rice Cube

Maker - Ross Patten

Rice Cube

Maker Story

Bite-Size Brilliance

If you’ve tried making sushi at home with a bamboo mat, seaweed and sticky rice, you know it’s tricky to turn out professional-looking rolls. With the Rice Cube, you can make perfect sushi squares that will wow your family and friends. Australian patent attorney Ross Patten invented the gadget before his appearance on the cooking show MasterChef.

The apparatus is simple yet turns out impressive cubes. It consists of two geometric pieces that, when fitted together, form a void in the center. With some sliding and pushing motions, you can squish rice, fish and other ingredients into the void to create presentation-worthy blocks of sushi.

Sushi is just the beginning of the cubing possibilities, however. Risotto, polenta, potato, cheese, and falafel are all perfect for squishing. For a sweet treat, you can experiment with brownies, fudge, dates or apricots. The bite-sized portions are just right for cocktail parties and potluck dinners, and the novelty of the cube shape is ideal for enticing kids to eat some strategically-cubed veggies.

For hors d'oeuvre, entrees and desserts, square is the way to go.

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Discovered 5/31/2013

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Maker Story

Bite-Size Brilliance

If you’ve tried making sushi at home with a bamboo mat, seaweed and sticky rice, you know it’s tricky to turn out professional-looking rolls. With the Rice Cube, you can make perfect sushi squares that will wow your family and friends. Australian patent attorney Ross Patten invented the gadget before his appearance on the cooking show MasterChef.

The apparatus is simple yet turns out impressive cubes. It consists of two geometric pieces that, when fitted together, form a void in the center. With some sliding and pushing motions, you can squish rice, fish and other ingredients into the void to create presentation-worthy blocks of sushi.

Sushi is just the beginning of the cubing possibilities, however. Risotto, polenta, potato, cheese, and falafel are all perfect for squishing. For a sweet treat, you can experiment with brownies, fudge, dates or apricots. The bite-sized portions are just right for cocktail parties and potluck dinners, and the novelty of the cube shape is ideal for enticing kids to eat some strategically-cubed veggies.

For hors d'oeuvre, entrees and desserts, square is the way to go.