You have a few more days to try the sushi roll that combines the flavors of Hot Chicken Takeover with the Asian influence of Fusian.

The limited-edition sushi roll will be on the menu at all Columbus locations of Fusian through Sunday, July 29.

The roll takes chicken, pickles, coleslaw and sauce from Hot Chicken Takeover and applies it to a good cause. For each roll sold at the three Columbus locations of Fusian, $1 will be donated to Pelotonia, a local bike-tour fundraiser to support cancer research atthe Ohio State University's James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute.

"Both the Fusian team and the Hot Chicken team have been deeply affected by cancer in our lives," said Hot Chicken Takeover founder Joe DeLoss.

The specialty sushi roll took a few months to create, according to Stephan Harman, the founder of Fusian.

The 10-piece roll can be topped with Hot Chicken Takeover's ranch sauce, or diners can kick up the heat with the spicier version using the restaurant's Holy sauce.

"We've done a series of collaborations generally to benefit an organization in town we care about," DeLoss said. "We've been friends with the Fusian crew for some time, and we always imagined what would it be like to shove Hot Chicken Takeover inside of a sushi roll?"

Two ThisWeek Community News editors, Scott Hummel and Neil Thompson, tried the sushi rolls - on Facebook Live - and gave rave reviews.

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By the way, DeLoss went to great lengths to make it to our shoot. While en route via Uber, he was stuck behind a three-vehicle accident at Interstate 270 and Easton Way. He could see the Costco from the car, he said, so he paid the Uber driver and fled, running across a field, leaping over a 6-foot-tall fence and sprinting to the Worth Avenue Fusian.

He was not late.