Allison Day


For the month of February, 2008

Taste and Create 5Posted on February 23rd, 2008 · 16 Comments »

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It’s that time again! Yep, that’s right, it’s time for Taste and Create V!! This month, I was paired up with Karina from The Floured Apron. She is a very new food blogger as she has only been posting for two months (!) but nonetheless it was very easy for me to find several recipes I wanted to try out. Her Creme Brulee looks delicious, but I don’t think I have any dishes that are oven safe, so I didn’t want to risk exploding bowls. 😛 I really really REALLY wanted to try her Perogi, but I didn’t have very much time, so I’m putting those off until later. I’ll definitely be making them eventually though! Yum. I love perogi. Anyways, I ended up making her Crab Rangoon. It’s super easy to make… all you have to do is mix the ingredients together, stuff the wontons, and then fry or bake them!

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The Red ViolinPosted on February 20th, 2008 · 8 Comments »

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If you haven’t already seen it, go check out our Sushi Day store over in the left-hand navigation! So far we only have the Sushi Day shirts, but we may be adding more stuff later depending on how well the shirts do.

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SUSHI DAY SHIRTS ARE FINALLY HERE!!! Yay! See that link over in the left sidebar that says “Store”? Well that means that finally, FINALLY we are selling the Sushi Day shirts! They are $20 each + shipping, and the money goes towards buying more sushi-making ingredients (believe me, it can get expensive!) and continuing to bring you all sorts of sushi goodness! I can ship to people both inside and outside of the United States, although for those of you are international it will obviously take a little longer to get there.

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Cheese AgePosted on February 1st, 2008 · 6 Comments »

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I first introduced you to Cheese Age waaaay back when I first tried them at Honda-Ya for Son’s birthday. Yeah, I’m a bit behind in my posts, can you tell? 😀 Anyways, I promised you I would try making them and then write a post about them… and I did! Make them anyways. I made them for my great-aunt’s Christmas party the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and they were a hit! One of my great-aunts loved them so much, she took all of the left-overs home!

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