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Here’s a little peek into how my family celebrates New year’s: lots of sushi and plenty of other food to eat all day! Enjoy the pictures!
Son caught me in the middle of making sushi on New year’s morning (yes, those are sushi pajama pants!)
I made 10 rolls of the Bacon Crunchy Shrimp Roll.
I made 5 rolls of a spicy-ish tuna roll (which I will post about soon) and 2 Rainbow Rolls (which I will also post about soon)
Me cutting up the sushi at my uncle’s house (I cut them there because it is SO much easier to transport in rolls!)
This is about half of the Bacon Crunchy Shrimp Rolls, cut up.
Some of the sushi with sashimi in it (I had to keep the fish and non-fish sushi separated, because my mom is allergic to fish and my brother can’t eat sashimi or anything that has touched sashimi because his immunity is pretty low from the chemotherapy.)
2 of the tuna rolls cut up, and both of the Rainbow Rolls.
Our New year’s spread: 5 types of sushi, bulgogi, chicken fingers, won-tons with sweet and sour sauce, shrimp and cucumber sunomono. Not shown: asparagus, 2 kinda of fried rice, lemon squares, pecan tartlets, brownies, assorted other desserts. Oh, and Cool Whip.
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