Hello there! 😉
Can you believe that it’s almost christmas?
My uni exams stole a whole chunk of my November, so I was pleasantly surprised to find Christmas decorations everywhere when I came out of my studying shell and entered the real world! Christmas and New Year is by far my favourite time of the year- there is something indescribably joyful about hearing the sounds of Christmas carols and seeing beautiful Christmas trees and other decorations everywhere!
With so much Christmas spirit in the air, I can’t quite get it off my mind and have been making plans for a Christmas themed cake….but it’s probably a bit early for that!
Meanwhile, I’m here tackling my list (of things to make) which you may remember me talking about. Since I realise that it is unrealistically long, I’ve brought it down to two main things ‘skills’ which I hope to master improve on before the end of the year:
1. Cake decorating- not with fondant and everything but just making them look nicer or more presentable.
2. Sushi making- which is of course, the subject of today’s post.
I’ve been terrible at making sushi for as long as I can remember. Whilst I’ve had practice from helping my mother out since I was young, my rolls have always been much too loose, lop-sided and pretty much terrible no matter how much effort I put into making them. Even my friend’s first attempt at sushi was better than mine!!