It is my Saturday to post Cultural Connections over at Our Krazy Kitchen. I posted my crab salad nigiri sushi. It was my first attempt and it was a lot of fun making it and eating it. It helps if you are organized to make it easier to make. Let me know if you have anything you would would like to see me make for Cultural Connections. Any regional dish that you would like to share or an ethnic dish that you always wanted to try.
Lyndsey really love this and I love your bunganvillias I adore them!! gloriaReplyDelete
Hi Lindsey, Love your Nigiri Sushi with that generous topping and so much wasabi on it..WOW! really "geki kara" (meaning very spicy in Japanese)...hahaa..ReplyDelete
Love sushi and these look very good...!!ReplyDelete
Thaks Gloris that's nice of you to say!ReplyDelete
Anncoo - Ha! Yes spicy, I had some plain too. The ones with sriracha and wasabi were gone first!
Cooking Gallery - thank you!
yum..! wat a delicious recipe..! very impressed with ur presentation dear.ReplyDelete
Hats off to you! I'm afraid to make it, so I applaud your bravery!ReplyDelete
Lyndz, your sushi reminds me of my hubby's elder sibling. haha... There is one time, one of my hubby's newphew made a bunch of sushi rolls for us to enjoy for the evening. And the elder sibling quickly took a spoon of wasabi spread to a pce sushi and stuffed inside his month straight away. We were quiet for awhile staring at him! Suddenly, he shouted and said what the heck was that???? HAHAHA... We all laughed like we never did before. haha... OMG, we all thought he's pretty cool can eat one whole spoon of wasabi without a single sound. haha... Btw, your sushi looks really appertizing. Hope I can have some! Thanks & have a nice weekend.ReplyDelete
Lyndsey, your crab salad is gorgeous with the wasabi rose and so is that bougainvillea. I really miss my bouganvillea living in the mountains where they don't survive the winter.ReplyDelete
They look amazing for a first try! Mouthwatering :))ReplyDelete
Good work for your first attempt :)ReplyDelete
Love the colour of the bunganvillias, reminds me of home!
Your sushi sounds so incredibly appetizing...especially with crab.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing that stunning bougainvilla...I'm so envious. It brings me cherished memories of great European vacations ;o)
Jay - Thank so much!ReplyDelete
TKW - You can do it too!
Kristy - That is so funny! I wish I could of been there and seen the look on your faces! Hahaha!
Sam - thank you! Sometimes that bougainvillea is so full and colorful the neighbors say I should take a photo!
gnoegnoe thanks so much!
3HT - Thanks you, happy to remind you of home! They call it a paper flower there right?
Claudia, thanks you are always so kind with your wonderful comments!