This unique take on the sushi concept uses Idaho beef for a regional version of this popular item. The recipe is provided by Jared Brackett, a fifth generation rancher from Filer, Idaho, who runs a cow-calf and stocker operation in a remote area of Idaho southwest of Twin Falls. The recipe had its origin at a regular gathering of family and friends, where grilled beef steaks and tuna sushi were on the menu. Eventually, the beefeaters in the group requested a beef version of the sushi, and Idaho Beef Sushi was born. Jared’s brother-in-law Chase created the recipe. Rather than using the traditional nori/seaweed for the outer wrapper, this recipe uses a soy sesame wrapper.