Sushi goodness

Since we recently had a delightful influx of friends from Indiana, we decided to celebrate with our own sushi making party. This is something we used to do in Bloomington fairly often with our pals. As a rule, we find that when we go out for sushi, we don't usually feel stuffed at the end of the meal. But when we make our own- it is no holds barred. Below are some shots of our creations. We are Maki people. Serious eaters of sashimi would probably sniff at our recklessness, but we can't help it. I'm not capable of making a role with less then four ingredients.

We had Ahi Tuna, Yellowtail (Hamachi), salmon, eel and shrimp. Sue Anne made us some delicious miso soup.

Fun Soy wrappers in fashion colors.

We may not be sushi artists of this caliber, but we like to let the creative juices flow.

After sushi we had a campfire out in the field. It was our second fun time with camp fire. At the first one, we made some gourmet adult smores- Home made marshmallows (no comparison to store bought), exotic dark chocolates, butter cookies and ginger wafers. We love our Indiana people. They know how to hang out.

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  1. Julie said...
    Yummy! Sounds fun & looks really GOOD! Glad you are enjoying the last days of summer :)
    Susan said...
    Oh, Stuckihaus! How I long for thee!!

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