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Saturday, December 4, 2010

Rose & Sushi

My roses finally gave up life after the two days snow.  she survived the frost but not the snow.  Farewell my roses, will see you again next spring!

Below is the sushi that my daughter had for lunch last Wednesday.  There are menus in school that she doesn't like so I prepare her a cold lunch to eat.  When I attended her event in church last Thursday, one of the Moms told me that they are all impress that Rylie eat sushi hehehe.


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Gee of georyl.com said...

wow! ang sarap!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I also love sushi, yum yum. Diane

Kim, USA said...

I am not into sushi too Mommy Rose. But was so surprised when hubby love it very much. Happy Monday!
Broiled Pork

Katie said...

Poor roses...but I'd say they put up a good fight for lasting two days after a frost and snow!

Charlene said...

I love good sushi and your photographs definitely made me hungry. Thanks for stopping by!

momgen said...

The sushi looks yummy...Happy YS!

Mine is here

Mama Mia said...

I don't even eat Sushi! Hahaha! Anong ingredients niyan, Sis? I don't like anything hilaw kasi. Plus, I'mnot fond of the seaweed. But there is this one time I ate Sushi. Japanese resto here in Manila. Forgot the name. But my husband and his cousins love eating there so I'm sure we will visit the place again soon :)

Ang sophisticated ng tastes in food ni Rylie ha! Mana sa ina? :-)

RyHeAnNe said...

Sarap nga ng sushi ayaw ko lang yong may wasabe mismo sa sushi di ko kaya ang kuryente sa ulo ko. Lol!

Mukhang gimbap lang din siya ano Ate, hehehe.

gemini said...

Easy thing to do if we are in a hurry and this one is delicious..happy eating.

gemini said...

Easy thing to do if we are in a hurry and this one is delicious..happy eating.

gemini said...

Easy thing to do if we are in a hurry and this one is delicious..happy eating.

Lisa said...

That sushi looks fabulous. You are one amazing mother. By the way, I'm holding a giveaway on my blog for Orglamix Organic makeup and you're welcome to come by and enter. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2010/12/orglamix-organic-mineral-makeup-review.html

Channal said...

I love sushi... Have a lovely Sunday! / Anna

kat said...

ay kawawa naman ang mga roses mo Rose.

Really?? kumakain si Rye ng Sushi?? talo si Janjan ko hahahaha

yong Yummy Sunday ko nasa Lifestyle hehe

kanak7 said...

Your roses are lovely!

Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I hope you'll check out my last post. It's on pickle.

Jay - agent112778 said...

i want that sushis too

here's my YUMMY SUNDAY entry

Rajesh said...

Fantastic captures.

Luna Miranda said...

your roses remind me of the roses i pressed between the book pages in high school.:p

yummy sushi!

http://savorthebite.blogspot.com/2010/12/todays-flowers-18-clitoria-ternatea.html

Carver said...

Roses and sushi make a great visual pairing. I like the way roses look when they are at the end of their blooming time.

Denise said...

Your roses are beautiful even with its frosty petals. Now they go to sleep until Springtime. I enjoy eating sushi too. It's such a pretty food as your photo shows.

SquirrelQueen said...

My roses did the same and survived the frost but not the snow. They will be back. The sushi looks delicious.

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

I would SO love both right now! :)

Beautiful!

Mel Alarilla said...

Kawawa naman yung mga roses mo, hindi nila na survive yung first winter snow. Well, they were so beautiful while they lasted. Ang galing mo naman na marunong gumawa nang sushi. Raw fish din ba ang gamit mo katulad nang mga authentic Japanese sushi? Mabuti naman at kumakain nuon si Rylie. Carbon copy mo talaga ang dalaginding mo, hehehe, lol. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

lotusleaf said...

Your roses look pretty even in death! Thanks for visiting my blog.

Lina Gustina said...

Your roses need a rest now...
I should learn how to make sushi :)

http://www.womenandperspectives.com/2010/12/flying-dandelion-seeds.html

Jama said...

Even drying up, the roses still look beautiful to me. And that sushi- it's calling my name! lol

lazyclick said...

Great shots.

Dhemz said...

yum! sensya at huling huli talaga sa pila sis....ehehhehe!

oh my...buti pa si Rye kumakain nang sushi...both hubby and Akesh don't like sushi...weeeeeee....but I do...except pag may raw fish at caviar...:)

Francisca said...

I would pick those roses now and put the petals in a pretty bowl.

englishwilderness said...

The sushi looks great. I've always fancied having a go at making my own :-)

Bogie said...

Good girl! She's eating sushi and I'm not. LOL! :)

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Erika B said...

The flower shots goes to show that there is beauty even in the fading. I don't eat sushi but it sure looks nice in a photo.

Erika B

SandyCarlson said...

Yum! Great shots.

Míriam Luiza said...

Ainda bem que existe a próxima primavera para tudo se renovar!

Indrani said...

The flowers are so beautiful even in their last stages.
Yumm shots too. :)

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