I am a woman of tradition, and of using your roommate’s sushi rolling kit if she has one; so, tonight we did a sushi rolling party – year two. (Check out year 1!)
We started off with our great ingredients..
But we soon ran into a terrible dilemma.. Katelyn’s dried seaweed had gone rancid. Let’s just say dried seaweed isn’t supposed to be (extremely) smelly and soft.
Sushi parties can’t be deterred by such silly factors such as this though. You don’t need seaweed to make sushi, yeah? As Katelyn said, “We can always make sushi snowballs”.
So sushi snowballs we did make:
And sushi burritos:
Really the closest we got to sushi roll looking sushi was this:
Maybe next year we’ll buy new seaweed
… and perhaps some chopsticks