We’re finally back in the swing of going to the grocery store once and cooking dinner at home each night (day 3). But don’t expect that to last long…headed to La Jolla on Monday! Unfortunately I haven’t been feeling well this week (anyone else?) so I haven’t really wanted to cook. Ce la vie.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of a fun little break in the work day– a sushi making class at Bistro 31! I’ve been wanting to try making sushi at home, so this was perfect. We got to learn from the pros and made our own spicy tuna rolls. They made it all look so easy, but once I got my hands on the seaweed paper and rice, I quickly learned there’s an art to sushi making. The hardest part was cutting the roll, but it all tastes the same in the end, right? A little tip I would have never known about was to use a spoon to get the tuna to a “stirrable” consistency to make spicy tuna rolls. Who would’ve known!
We will be attempting to make sushi at home in the near future! Have you made it at home before? How did it turn out?