Thursday, February 26, 2009

Sushi to complete the Asian Tablescape

Yipee! It's Potluck time again at Gollum's Foodie Friday. Please come and join us at http://www.designsbygollum.blogspot.com/. Check out everybody's yummy food contribution.

Since I had an Asian tablescape yesterday, I thought I'd make some Japanese food. So here is some California Maki and unagi with unagi sauce. Enjoy! Now I am off to see the other food. See you all there at Gollum's!

Thanks, Gollum, for hosting the potluck!

34 comments:

Gollum said...

Oh, Christine, this is awesome!!!

marty39 said...

Christine, these look sooooo good. I am always so fascinated watching them be made. I have tried, but not very successfully. Yours look awesome. Hugs, Marty

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Wow, Christine! I'm so impressed with these foods! They look difficult to make, and I love Japanese food. Thanks for sharing... wish you could send me one of each over the computer. LOL!

Happy Foodie Friday...

XO,

Sheila :-)

susan said...

I LOVE this. I took a sushi class this summer, but this Japanese food is labor intensive!! Yours looks great.

Lady Katherine said...

This was wonderful! Such a labor of love! I know it looked so great with your tablescape, for I loved it too! I did not answer you about the day of lunch and antiquing for Mississippi Bloggers and friends. Your hubby will have a great time in Philadelpia,MS there is golfing, and lots to do! You may want to stay for a day or two! He may just love to come with us! I know mine always does! lol But this trip I sure he will be staying behind at the Pearl River Resort! He love it so much.

Terrie's Lil' Piece of Serenity said...

Christine, Your food looks so yummy. Please.. come over and teach me how to make it. LOL Really, I wish you could.
Hugs, Terrie

Foley said...

My DIL would love this..I've emailed her your blog! Everything looks just awesome...

Athella said...

MmmmMMMmmmmmMMMMmmmm Is there anyone else here thats old enough to remember Augie Doggie? Is he the one that used to rub his tummy and float up in the air when he ate something yummy? MmmmmMMMmmmm
Looking at this makes me want to float on over to your house Christine...Will please save me a bite. ~Athella

JyLnC said...

I've never had sushi but I think they are so pretty and delicate. They are a piece of art on a plate.

mbkatc230 said...

These look wonderful Christine. I've never developed a taste for sushi, but I think I would be willing to give this a try! Kathy

Chandy said...

Wow Christine, that is awesome! I haven't graduated from California rolls, you know the one with avocado and imitation crab? LOL

They all so good, I'm hungry for some now...

Enjoy your FF...

Carolyn of What Now? Tablescapes

Terri and Bob said...

That is totally cool.

Smilingsal said...

It takes so long to make these beauties. I am sure that you and your husband enjoyed them.

Susan said...

Happy Foodie Friday!I wish I knew how...one of these days I am going to try!

Susan

Helen said...

Good day Christine! My mouth is watering for really good sushi right now ~ and I haven't even had breakfast! Fortunately for me, we have a great sushi resturant in our smallish city.

Happy To Be said...

GM Christine...this looks YUMMY!! have a great weekend...hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Shelia said...

Christine! Look at this food! It looks like it came from a most exclusive restaurant! You're beautiful, you can decorate the socks off everyone, and you can cook!
You're amazing, Dear ONe!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Cindy J. said...

Christine, girl you are just amazing! Is there anything you can't do? I just read Shelia's comment and she is so right on...Wow... Love, Cindy

KBeau said...
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KBeau said...

I thought from reading your blog that he might live in the same town you do. Just dump these comments if you'd like.

ann said...

Christine,this looks like a 5star restraunt.i wish so badly I could sample your cooking.It always looks so pretty..Ann

Chari said...

Hello Christine...

So happy that you stopped by my place today and took a peek at my ebay ironstone bargain! I know...Girl, when I seen the listing I just couldn't believe it! I was wondering if the seller was a "not so honest" person to have listed such a nice set of ironstone for so cheap! I was just elated to get it! Thank you for the sweet compliments!!!

Well my friend, I loved your beautiful Asian tablescape and of course, you had to fix something to fill those pretty tablesettings...hehe! I love any seafood...I guess you can class this as seafood? Sure looks yummy! You're a great cook, my friend!!!

Have a fabulous Friday and weekend!
Love ya,
Chari

prof en retraite said...

Wow Christine! This looks great! I love sushi, but tend to be a little conservative, having tried only limited kinds. I'll have to try these! Have a great weekend...Debbie

Miss Laura Lu/RMS4291960 said...

You are one talented lady! Thanks for coming by! Your table is beautifully done! and I admire anyone that can make sushi! It's beautiful! God Bless! Lauralu :)

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Christine, this is absolutely a beautiful plate of food. Oh, it looks like it would take hours to prepare this. I bet it's worth it though. laurie

Justine/Justiney/Tiney said...

YOu made all that yourself? I wouldn't eat it, but it does look pretty!

Justine :o )

Picket said...

Hey girl...lordy you make that looks so fancy...of course everything you do turns out beautiful...but I have never in my life ate sushi..you know us Southerners...we gotta have our fried chicken! lol

But you know I was at the gas station today & the lady in front of me was asking the cashier for something...I didn't hear what she said...then I saw the cashier reach under the counter and pull out a huge gallon jar and she commence to reaching in there with some tongs and lord have mercy she pulled out a PICKLED PIG FOOT!!!! Ohhhhh I started gagging and swaying back & forth...I was covering my hand on my mouth trying not to make nosies...I just wanted to pay for my gas and leave..she bought two of those wretched creatures & was smacking on one before she left the parking lot....I'm country...but I got my pride! lol lol Have a great weekend girl!

imjacobsmom said...

Christine, I've never had sushi, but yours ALMOST make me want to try it. They look so pretty. ~ Robyn

Sweetie said...

The sushi looks delicious. My granddaughter introduced me sushi when she lived in a city. She learned to make it and hers is wonderful. I will share this post with her. Also, your Tablescape with its Asian theme is beautiful.
Sweetie

Nancy Jane said...

Haven't had sushi since we moved to PA. Never learned how to make it because we had good Japanese restaurants in NY. Now you have me wanting to head out tmr. to find a good source! Looks wonderful. Nancy

Glenda said...

I am willing to try sushi but have no interest in sashimi.

Lori said...

I love sushi and yours look wonderful! Thanks for the inspiration! :D

Diane @ Four Paws and Co said...

Beautiful! My hubby would be in heaven! ♥ Diane

Kathleen said...

I don't eat fish, but your food looks very good...:)

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