Here is the maki roll I talked about on the "Types of Sushi" page. You will have to excuse the poor photo, it was taken with a government blackberry that has seen better days. The process is: Nori, spread of rice, then 4 pieces of salmon and 4 pieces of tuna laid out so they more or less align with the cut pieces when it is done. Next is cellophane wrap and he presses it down with the mat. Then he flips it. On the inside, a row of rice (not spread), 2 tempura prawn end to end, and avocado slices (from the big giant smooth skinned kind of avocado popular here). He then rolls it and cuts it. The full order is sliced into 12 pieces, some with just tuna, some with just salmon, and a couple with both. Then it is topped with a sauce that I think is roe mayonnaise. On the menu this is called "Dragon Maki", which may be a stretch. :) Anyhow, it is delicious.