The Beach at Lake Michigan
My new dress from Lost and Found - I love it.I read the recipe for the Nori Rolls in the Kind Diet a while back and added the items that I enjoy to the rolls. They are so good.
Did you know that Michigan is known for Polish food? There's also delicious cherries and amazing vintage finds that we haven't seen in SF in years. It was so great to hang out with long time pals Sasha & Shannon as well as meet new ones.
And most importantly , here are a couple of photos from the wedding:
Gorgeous Bride and her extra tall buddy
Congratulations Shannon and Dan!
Toasted Sushi Nori - made by Sound Sea Vegetables
1 cup of brown rice
Umeboshi Plum - just a dab to spread on to the rice and Nori paper
Cilantro- chopped as a spice
Basil - chopped as a spice
Avacado - optional
Kale - Sauteed with olive oil, garlic, lemon and chopped
Raw Kim Chee
Baked tofu - optional (Chad wants to replace this with fish one day)
Carrots - optional
Saute the kale with lemon and garlic and cool and chop. Cook one cup of brown rice and
layer it after it's done on the above in any combo. The kim chee , umeboshi plum, apples, cilantro , basil and mung beans combo really makes this dish great.
I'm not very good at rolling these Japanese style, so I make them into a hand roll that looks kind of like a burrito