Oh my good gravy, is that stuff that you made? It looks AWESOME!!!! Wowsers! Was it yummy? Did Monkey like it? Was it difficult?Tell all!!!!!
Yep, I made that. It was not at all difficult, just follow the recipe's instructions; they're good ones. It was yummy. It's a little fiddly to make. If I was making it for a crowd I'd definitely ponder having them help assemble it. Sushi is fussy food, no doubt about it. Monkey was funny about eating it. As you might have noticed from my previous post, he sort of likes strawberries. So he ate the strawberries out of it, then the apples, then when I insisted he had to finish the bread part too before he could have more fruit, he at that as well. I liked it too. I think we'll be having this again.
When I showed him the picture just now he said to me, "I want to do more sushi." So I'm thinking it was a winner. However, it's probably a lunch food: I have a hard time picturing Andy eating this.
wow! What a neat idea for my non-sushi lovers here! They can eat the fruit kind and I get more of the rice kind to my self! Bwah-ha-ha!--Has your yarn package arrived yet?J.
Hahaha, that's just the way Andrew eats California rolls; he disassembles them. =D That's great that Monkey loved them so much.
That's the kind of sushi I can get behind. Don't you love how little kids like to disassemble their food before they eat it. Noah still does that a lot!
That does look good!
I just tagged you on my blog!
Ritsumei, where are you and how are you doing?
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