DIY Sushi Halloween Costume For Your Dog

DIY Sushi Halloween Costume For Your Dog
Photo: Faith Towers Provencher

Halloween is right around the corner, which means that it's time to start thinking about costumes. And if you're like me, you probably like to subject your pets to ridiculous costumes too. And a sushi roll certainly fits that description. But it's seriously the cutest thing ever. Click through to check out my puggle modeling his new costume, and find out how to make your own version!     

 

I used peach and green fabric pillows to make salmon and avocado, and the little pom poms are the fish roe. Continue Reading

Easy And HEALTHY Spicy Tuna Bites

One of my resolutions for the new year is to learn to like sushi. I’ve always preferred donuts to raw fish, but no longer! I’m starting small with things like tuna, and this dish is tasty enough for any picky eater!

I’m determined to become a classy sushi eater and think that these spicy tuna bites are the perfect introduction! Taylor of Food Faith Fitness shares her super healthy recipe for this spicy dish! Check out the full recipe on her blogContinue Reading

How to: Make Easy, Tasty Sushi at Home… No Raw Fish Required

Today, I'm sharing one of my favorite weeknight meals: an in-depth how-to for easy, tasty homemade sushi… without the raw fish.  

Homemade sushi tutorial

Making sushi at home can sound overwhelming, but it's really rather easy once you get the hang of it.

Steering clear of raw fish in my sushi, I opt for either raw vegetables or cooked crab.

ingredients for sushi

Here's what you'll need to make your own homemade sushi:

 

  • Raw Vegies – 1 cucumber, 1 avacado, 2 carrots
  • 1 Package of Cooked crab sticks (if desired)
  • 1/4 Cup Sweetened Rice Wine Vinegar
  • 5 Cups Sushi Rice (I use Nori brand)
  • 10-15 Seaweed papers, or sushi nori
  • Rice cooker or saucepan

measure rice and water

Measure out the amount of rice and water according to your rice cooker directions. Continue Reading

Pornographic plates…

created on: 10/29/08…depending upon what you do with them, of course.

Inspired by Nyotaimori, the Japanese tradition of eating sushi off a naked woman’s body–which is called Nantaimori when a man’s bare bod is involved–the Bodylicious is a series of 3 ceramic plates that depict three parts of the human body. Available in both female and male versions. Much more hygienic than the real thing, no? Via.

created on: 10/29/08