Much like the words "bed" and "bug" or "Tim Pawlenty" and "president," the words "tuna" and "pizza" really have no business being placed together, especially at a Japanese restaurant. Raw tuna—the stuff that hasn't been cooked, flaked, and swamped by mayonnaise—tastes best with a delicate foil, the edible equivalent of those space blankets marathon runners wrap up in after races. Pairing tuna sashimi with a pizza crust, then, to stick with the analogy, would be like smothering the fish with a down comforter. You miss... More >>>