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.