Neman: Comfort food is as American as sushi | lifestyles

Schram, a vice president of a major sushi supplier, is quoted as saying, “When you look at the Millennials, this is something that’s their go-to food. Where us, it would’ve been a burger and fries. For that generation, it’s sushi.”

The idea is similar to what Page calls “the bagelization of America.”

Bagels, like sushi and pizza, came to America from other lands. At first, they were known only to people of the ethnic groups that imported them. Then other Americans discovered them, and the foods began changing to suit their taste.

Bagels became larger, softer, sweeter (part of the