In the Race to Eat the Most Sushi, Living Classrooms Wins

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Loyola’s Eating Queen vs. Pretty Peter Sushi Eater. Photo by Cate Conroy.

Pretty Peter Sushi Eater beat Loyola’s Eating Queen in the sushi eating contest to benefit the Living Classrooms last week.

“We ended up raising so much money that the original idea to eat a roll per every $100 had to be canned. We decided to just go head to head, and see who could eat more Tootsy Maki rolls in 3 minutes,” writes Peter Jackson, AKA Pretty Peter.  Both Jackson and his competition, Loyola College senior Alexandra Fili (who Jackson discovered on the Baltimore Fishbowl), consumed five Tootsy Maki rolls (kani kama crab mix, shrimp & cucumber rolled, topped with crunchy tempura bits and drizzled with a sweet eel sauce) each, but Peter shoved down an additional Gojira roll (shrimp tempura, kani kama crab mix, cream cheese and cucumber rolled and topped with spicy tuna and spinach tempura bits; served with sriracha & spicy mayo) for the win.

In the end, they raised nearly $5,000 for Living Classrooms.

Susan Dunn

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