Thursday, March 17, 2011

Sponsored by readers like you: Sushi making

This is the second of two sushi making classes we enjoyed with our youth group to celebrate World Culture Month (as if we need an excuse to make sushi), and I admit I'm a bit of an addict. Raymond taught the actual sushi making - kappa maki and a California cone - and I taught the candy sushi making - Rice Krispies squares with various gummies on top wrapped up with a fruit roll up or Fruit by the Foot piece (I didn't get pictures of those because I was too busy eating them). The nice thing about making sushi is that I get to eat the ones that aren't pretty enough for the kids to take home and share with their families! (I know, my life is so hard!)

As you know, our youth groups are funded by readers like you who donate by buying the e-books, Back to BasicsHair Care Products: Shampoos & Conditioners, and Lotionmaking 101. If you'd like to learn more about our groups and what we do, please click here.

I post these pictures here to thank you for all the support you've given our youth groups through your donations, as well as to encourage you to make these project for yourself or share it with people in your life (it is National Craft Month, after all). If you are interested in learning more about any of the projects we do, e-mail me or comment and I can send you the handouts we give to the kids who attend. I'm all about the sharing, after all!

Today, we're enjoying some melt & pour soap making with our special Spring Break tween group and the weekly teen group. I can't wait to see what they create (and I'll share it with you as well).


Meaue said...

You're sushi sounds like the type I like! (no offense Raymond!) Help us, help you - get another e-book out :)! (I know you're busy - I hear ya!)

Will said...

That looks great! I'm salivating!

Uramaki is my favorite, a little harder to make, though.

Hmmm, now I'm thinking of an all you can eat buffet with sushi. Da%#it.