Do my chopstick skillz look better?

I’ve been practicing.  All day, all night.  When I should be pipetting and mixing chemicals together and looking at glowing cells under a microscope.  Really, I’m just thinking about how to hold chopsticks in my left hand without looking like a psycho killer.

Obviously.  I shouldn’t quit my day job.

Also.  If I’m going to keep showing you my hands, I really should paint my nails.

Or get me some super chic rubber gloves.

(All the cool MD/PhD students are wearing them!)

(Cool MD/PhD student = oxymoron.)

Then you’d really think I was sitting in lab practicing chopsticking.

(“Chopsticking” sounds dirty. You should probably not use it in a sentence today.  Especially not while talking to your boss. Or small children. Just saying.)


Enough rambling. Let’s get down to business.


My love of sushi knows absolutely zero bounds.  It is, in fact, the sole reason why I can’t give up eating fish.

More than just the raw insides, though, I love the sushi experience.  Dipping the rolls into soy sauce (insert collective swoon for the most perfect condiment ever created).  Covertly stealing pickled ginger from everyone else’s plate.  Getting evil looks from my waitress as I completely mangle correct chopstick usage.

Eating my sushi innards before I eat the surrounding rice so that I can dip that delicious seasoned and sesame seed-studded exterior into my soy sauce and enjoy it all on its own.  Yes. I deconstruct my sushi before eating it.  Weird.

But have you tasted that rice?  It’s good.  Really good/  Turn-into-a-salad-with-zucchini-eggplant-and-pickled-ginger-and-eat-every-day-for-lunch good.

So when I saw this Judith Jones recipe in her cookbook, The Pleasures of Cooking for One, I knew had to make it.  And quadruple it. To make four servings.  Yeah, I know.  Blasphemy.  Especially since…I actually only need to cook for one!

But I want sushi rice every day for the rest of my life.  So we’re all pretty lucky I didn’t quintuple it and then post about it every day for the next two weeks.  It did cross my mind, though.  Not gonna lie.

So who is Judith Jones?  First of all, she’s number 8 on Gourmet’s list of 50 women game-changers in food.  She’s also the woman who brought us The Diary of Anne Frank and Mastering the Art of French Cooking by saving them from the publisher’s reject pile.  School reading lists and cookbook shelves around the world wouldn’t be the same without her.

Plus, she loves sushi rice.  And that makes her a rock star in my book.

Vegetable Sushi Rice Salad
Serves 4, adapted from Judith Jones’s The Pleasures of Cooking for One


  • 1 1/2 cups white rice
  • 6 tbsp seasoned rice vinegar
  • 4 tsp sugar
  • salt, to taste
  • 1 zucchini, sliced lengthwise and then widthwise into half moons
  • 3 Japanese eggplant, sliced
  • 8 tbsp minced pickled ginger


  1. Cook rice according to package instructions.  Preheat oven to 450.  Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray.  Cover it with the zucchini and eggplant slices. Sprinkle with salt and roast for 20 minutes, or until the veggies start to shrivel and brown.
  2. While the rice is still warm, mix it with the rice vinegar, sugar, and salt.
  3. Toss with the zucchini, eggplant and pickled ginger.  Serve with soy sauce.

To see what Judith Jones recipes others have cooked up, check out these sites!
Mary – One Perfect Bite
Val – More Than Burnt Toast
Taryn – Have Kitchen Will Feed
Susan – The Spice Garden
Claudia – A Seasonal Cook in Turkey
Heather – girlichef
Miranda – Mangoes and Chutney
Jeanette – Healthy Living
April – Abby Sweets
Katie – Making Michael Pollan Proud
Kathleen –Bake Away with Me
Viola – The Life is Good Kitchen
Sue – The View from Great Island


Alright.  So. Yesterday morning I woke up at 5AM.  For you. For me.  For chocolate. Mostly for chocolate.


Early last week, I was contacted by Hershey’s asking me if I wanted to attend the premiere of their new “Air Delight” chocolate, which involved a hot air balloon ride in central Jersey. After much deliberation and a few quaaludes, I agreed. Little did I know that by “hot air balloon ride” they really meant “helicopter ride from the west side of Manhattan to central Jersey followed by a hot air balloon ride in a super spiffy Hershey’s balloon”. If I had known that.  I probably would have taken an extra quaalude.

Picnik collage

This is the helicopter into which I entrusted my life.  And the man who flew it.  If you see him, thank him for getting me there and back safely. And give him a kiss for me.  He had a super cute Irish accent.  I fell a little bit in love. Moving on.


The helicopter ride was amazing. Not choppy at all (thanks to mister adorable up there) and probably one of the most breathtaking experiences in my life.  When else do you get to see NYC’s skyline and the statue of liberty and New Jersey from a bird’s eye view?  All in one day?  Never.


And then there was the hot air balloon ride. Equally breathtaking.  And just about as light and airy as the new Hershey’s chocolate line.  Which is to say…melt in your mouth airy.


And the best part don’t have to take my word for it!  If you’re in the NJ area this weekend, there is going to be a hot air balloon FESTIVAL in which Hershey’s balloon will be featured!  And the people from Hershey’s will also be there with chocolate samples. Even if you thought you had weekend plans…this is the time to change them.  Seriously.  Get on it. And thanks, Hershey’s, for this amazing experience!


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109 Responses to Judith Jones’s Vegetable Sushi Rice Salad and a Hershey’s Hot Air Balloon Ride

  1. What an amazing experience with the helicopter and hot air balloon rides! Wow! 🙂 YAY for Hershey’s!!

  2. Sofia says:

    a hot air balloon ride? damn lady, this looks awesome. take me as your date next time, mmkay?

  3. OohLookBel says:

    Where to start? Your chopper photos are fantastic, and so is the final shot of the bubbly chocolate. What else? That beautiful sushi rice salad, of course, so tasty!

  4. That salad looks healthy and tasty! Very fresh too.

    I’d love to go on a hot air balloon ride.



  5. Wow! I forgot all about your lack of chopstick skills when I got to the helicopter/hot air balloon ride. Brave/lucky/fearless you!


  6. You live the life!!! What an incredible experience! You captured it so beautifully in your photos!

  7. I’d change my life long plans for chocolate. Fabulous photos from yesterday!

  8. Barbara says:

    My daughter laughs at my chopstick skills. (I have none.)
    Love the rides you had…what fun. I’ve never been up in a balloon, but I’ve heard the silence is amazing.

    Lovely salad, Joanne! You handle the sticks way better than I can!

  9. Sam says:

    I’m always intrigued by the cooking for one cookbooks since I’m generally just cooking for me. They always seem very meat-heavy to me though. This salad looks so good! I love sushi. I’ve actually gotten the bf to eat something like this by calling it a “Japanese Rice Bowl”. He won’t touch sushi with a ten foot pole.

  10. Doesn’t matter about your nails, no one was looking with a view like that. Stunning. I’d be petrified and in the bottom of the basket, but would be thinking of that airy chocolate the whole time, love that 🙂
    Salad looks great!

  11. I have nver even heard of Judith Jones, but if she is a fan of the sushi bowl, then she sounds pretty awesome. 🙂

    I am so jealous of your air rides! *swoon*

  12. The sushi rice salad looks gorgeous and healthy. The chocolate doesn’t look too bad, either!

  13. bellini says:

    To experience a hot air balloon ride is on my list. I am waiting until I can glide over Turkey or am offered a ride by Hersheys:D As for the sushi salad I am inspired.

  14. Candace says:

    I want sushi every day for the rest of my life. Love the dipping in soy sauce…the pickled ginger….some wasabi for the sinuses….oh yeah. I contemplated eating the sushi rice in a salad the other night and forgoing the roll ups. Now I see that I should have done that. Sushi rice…mmmmm….love it. I see that I’m going to have to make some more today. How wonderful for you to get to go up in a balloon?! I would do just about anything for chocolate. 🙂

  15. Danielle says:

    So jealous! What A fun experience.

  16. Patsyk says:

    I’m so jealous of the helicopter ride AND the hot air balloon ride! Serious fun!

  17. girlichef says:

    Awesome! A helicopter ride AND a hot air balloon ride all in one day. Who has two thumbs and is totally jealous!? {this girl!} And I’ve gotta say…chopsticking does totally sound dirty…I love it.

  18. We have awesome chopsticks that our kids use. I’m always tempted to use theirs, since I too, have pathetic chopsticking skills. My sweet husband has demonstrated countless times and yet, I still ask him again every single time. 😛

  19. Hannah says:

    That is so cool… I’ve never even dreamed of riding in a hot air balloon, but now I feel like I must have that experience at some point. I guess I’ll put it on the bucket list for now!

  20. Julie says:

    okay first of all your thai basil ice cream needs to make an appearance on the big gay ice cream truck!

    second of all symon just made grilled scallops straiiight from long island

    third i think we should have a date AT his restaurant on long island

    fourth i feel that way about my face (the way you feel about your nails) like i should probably paint my face if i’m going to put them on the internet haha

  21. Mary says:

    This must have been such a fascinating experience. The hot air balloons here leave so early in the morning (first light) that they become a very expensive day trip that necessitates an overnight stay to assure being on time for lift off. Wish that it were not so :-). I love the recipe you hose to represent JJ. She is a fascinating woman who has lead a fascinating life. Have a great weekend. Blessings…Mary

  22. Elizabeth says:

    Haha, I love clever marketing ploys. My dad’s flown over the city in a helicopter but sadly I never have. Gorgeous shots!

  23. well, that’s just plain awesome. I’m not sure if I would love a balloon ride or if I would puke…but it sounds exciting! I’ll live vicariously through you…you run the marathons, ride in helicopters & hot air balloons and eat all those vegetables…then tell me all about it. I’ll atay on the ground and eat the chocolate 🙂

  24. Stephanie says:

    Sushi Rice = best. rice. ever.
    Helicopter AND hot air balloon ride = jealous.
    That is all.

  25. Latha says:

    Sushi rice looks wonderful!

    Wow..what a ride. Amazing pics.

  26. Amy says:

    Well, you know I share your love of sushi. And I find it all the more appropriate that it’s the way we consummated our friendship. It is for me, as well, the reason I could never go fully vegetarian (and obviously bacon…) I am totally making this!!

    On another note: helicopter rides? Hot air balloon rides? Not for a million dollars. Well, maybe for a million. Not for a thousand dollars…

  27. Dawn says:

    I could use some of that sushi rice right now.

    Impressed about the hot air ballooning. You couldn’t pay me enought to get my hiney up in there. I’m not much of a heights person!

  28. Jeanette says:

    I love sushi and the idea of a vegetable sushi rice salad sounds so much easier than rolling sushi. I can’t say I would have gotten on that helicopter!

  29. Epicurea says:

    genius sushi rice idea and what a great experience!

  30. Eden says:

    I’m so happy I folow you on twitter cause I knew all about the hot air ballon ride! so jealous.
    Come to LA next time so you can “tap me”

  31. I dig the sushi rice! Heidi Swanson’s cookbook has a dish like this that I adore – it’s so easy to make for groups bc I let everyone pick and choose their veggies/toppings.

  32. Alisa says:

    Wow, what an amazing trip!!

    Love the sushi rice idea.

  33. Katie says:

    What a fun dish! I’ve never heard of it! It’s great to see so many different recipes from one talented chef.

  34. Simply Life says:

    No way! that is way too much fun! Chocolate and sushi…can I be your shadow?

  35. That Girl says:

    That hershey bar reminds me of the cadbury crisp!

  36. Pam says:

    The balloon festival looks fun – I’ve always wanted to go on a balloon ride.

    I am not a fan of sushi (seaweed and raw fish just don’t do it for me) but I totally could love and eat every bite of this rice. Looks great!

  37. Sushi rice sounds like a brilliant idea. Sushi without the hassle of making sushi. I will try this. And lucky to go on a balloon ride and eat chocolate as well:)

  38. MM says:

    Sushi Rice Salad is an excellent idea! I love sushi, but don’t get it often and never make it. The Rice salad I can do though. Just don’t give me chopsticks, please.

    Great views!

  39. Now this sushi salad sounds awesome since there’s no fish or seafood! I’m allergic to shellfish and I don’t like raw fish, so everytime I hear the word “sushi” I feel a little nauseated.

    But this sushi looks great since it’s all veggies! YAY! I love using chopsticks. It’s so fun! 🙂

    How awesome you got a helicopter and hot air balloon ride!!! How much fun is that!!! 🙂

  40. U Lucky babe!!!
    How exciting does that does , and romantic too if u have watched ”the ugly truth”!
    And u sure did add some romanticism to that:-))
    The aerated milk chocolate sounds real good and next they will have the same in kisses am sure!
    So excited about the hot air ballon festival , ahh the climax!!!

    Ur sushi and chopsticks skillzzz rock babe:-))
    that first pic is v v pretty bdw , if u know what i mean (i know u do recognize a great compliment when u see one or rather read one as in here)

  41. Rachel says:

    I LOVE pickled ginger! I’m that person who steals all the ginger when eating sushi. This salad has me craving sushi and it looks much easier to make than rolls.
    A hot-air balloon from Hersheys?! You have the most interesting adventures!

  42. Salad looks great!

    And looks like you had a great time…aren’t we lucky to be living right in the middle of the best views in the world? 🙂

  43. Wow,what a cool experience. The aerated chocolate intrigues me! The sushi rice looks dellish with all those yummy veggies and pickled ginger. Oh my.

  44. Even though I really am not a fan of flying, I think it would be a hard opportunity to pass up for the picture-taking opportunities alone. ‘Cause you know how much I love the sky. And sunsets. And everything else. 😉

  45. Wow, what an amazing experience. And a lovely recipe. I have never heard of Judith Jones (GASP!) but it looks like she has some good ideas! Thanks for sharing.

  46. Joanne- That was an amazing experience. Your pictures are breath taking. Hope you are well!

  47. Dana says:

    I’ve made actual sushi before (veg version) and it is such a pain, I much prefer this kind of dish. All the flavor, none of the hassle. I always say that Spencer is the pickier of my two eaters but I’m not sure you can call a kid picky if he eats Tamago and pickled ginger. I’ve never been in a hot air balloon!

  48. Very cool pictures from the hot air balloon ride!

  49. Veronica says:

    Love sushi, love that salad! Sushi rice is so yummy b/c of the seasoned vinegar. I love it alone too. Very cool that you got to take a helicopter AND balloon ride! Hope you got the cutie’s number. 🙂

  50. Maureen says:

    Oh my goodness there’s so much to talk about.

    I think I would have fallen a lot in love with the pilot. It’s like falling in love with your doctor… your life is in his hands. Doesn’t hurt that he had a cute accent.

    I’ve flown over NYC in a helicopter – on September 9th, 2001. Sad, I know. It’s a fantastic way to see the city.

    Now about this salad. It looks almost alive in that bowl. Well done!

  51. Lyndsey says:

    How cool is that hot air balloon! Yahoo! I love your sushi rice salad. I just made chirashi sushi “scattered sushi” I think we both have a hit on our hands! Your chopsticks skills look great! Funny but I use chopsticks everyday when cooking! I think it’s one of my go to can’t have without tool in the kitchen!

  52. Sushi and a balloon ride … what a week for you!

  53. Julie says:

    Hot air balloon ride? YES! Helicopter ride, even with a cute pilot, NO!!

    The sushi salad looks amazing. Love how it was a recipe for one turned into for four.

    Happy Weekend!

  54. I recall that some 10-15 years ago, most westerners would struggle with the chopsticks…but have things changed. All my colleagues who visit from US now seem to be rather comfortable with the chopsticks nowadays… The hot air balloon ride! Must be exhilarating!

  55. Pam says:

    This sounds so good. My choptstick skills are pathetic, and I would definitely have to consume this with a fork!

  56. Your balloon ride looks amazing! What a view!

    Love the sushi rice – I know what you mean about the whole experience. Id eat sushi just for the picked ginger alone..and the wasabi…and the nori – who am I kidding I love it all! I’ve bookmarked this as a keeper – thanks 🙂

  57. Beth says:

    You’ve completely sold me on Judith Jones. Not just because of the cookbook (which looks good) but because of her remarkable role in publishing history. How can I not have heard of this woman??

  58. Love the idea of turning a sushi roll into an actual dish of sorts. The possibilities are endless and so much easier than doing all that rolling. Love this! So jealous on the balloon ride. That is on my list of things to do one day! Hope you have a great weekend

  59. Chris says:

    I have a great fear of heights so I would have needed a Valium or three, too. Then again, I do things like this just to torture my fear, thinking it will cure it. Two weeks ago I went zip lining in the Smoky Mountains. Still scared.

    What a great trip you got to take, it’s too bad you couldn’t keep the pilot, ha ha. The candy bar looks dreamy. I’d like to have it and a jar of peanut butter!

  60. That event with Hershey’s sounds like a blast!! Love the deconstructed sushi. Judith Jones was quite a fine lady & such a wonderful woman to learn from.

  61. Kim says:

    Oh my gosh, Joanne! Riding in the helicopter and then in the hot air balloon? You’re like a total rock star now:) What a fun experience. I especially love the picture of the NY harbor and the Statue of Liberty. So awesome!

    You really made me laugh when you said you thought about quintupling the sushi rice and posting it everyday for 2 weeks. Can you imagine if someone really did that? At any rate, it does look delicious and is certainly something I could see myself eating regularly.

  62. Both your salad and hot air balloon rice rock!!!! For your information, I am holding my chopsticks with left hand too. 😉

  63. Kimberley says:

    I feel exactly the same about sushi and the ritual of eating it. Which is to say, I wouldn’t say no to this salad either.

  64. Gloria says:

    Joanne this sounds fantastic!!I love Hershey chocolates and you are so brave!!! LOL gloria

  65. I love the idea of sushi salad, very clever. The ride on Hershey’s hot air balloon sounds like so much fun!

  66. teresa says:

    a sushi salad! i LOVE this idea! all the great flavors of sushi in a bowl, this is fantastic! i just had sushi the other day, something i don’t get often because the guy is not a fan, sheesh.

    what a fun ride, i love the sites!

  67. Karen says:

    I must admit, I’m here more for the balloon ride than the sushi 🙂 What a great experience… and thanks for the great pics!

  68. Lori says:

    I, too, adore sushi so this salad sounds great. And none of that pesky rolling. I had no other choice but to learn how to use chopsticks when in Brazil. Great sushi places and no one in the restaurant was without them. No way I was going to be the blonde gringa AND the only one who needed a fork!

  69. That looks SO great! What an awesome experience too! 🙂

  70. That was exciting! A sushi salad and a hot air balloon ride; I am enjoying this ride vicariously (as I would not get on one, ever) and my taste buds the salad.

  71. I could eat sushi every day, twice a day and be a happy girl. fat, but happy totally worth it.
    Tossing sushi ingredients into a bowl is pure genious! Honestly, I’m all over it. gotta get some wasabi and pickled ginger STAT!

    great balloon pics!

  72. Reeni says:

    You are so much braver than I! I would not do either of those things. Not for all the chocolate in the world. And the sushi rice is a good idea! I do love sushi but it doesn’t love me – makes me feel like I’ve been punched in the stomach.

  73. So what did you think of the Hot Air Balloon ride? I used to work for a company whose logo is a hot air balloon and they owned a fleet. Been up many times and never did learn to like it. My hubby even published a coffee table book about balloon festivals. Lots of great photos.

  74. Maria says:

    Nice views, what an amazing experience! This salad sounds lovely too, I’ll have to give it a go 😉

  75. Chopsticks, helicopters and hot air balloons? It has the ring of a James Bond movie!

    Very cool! I hope it come in dark chocolate.

  76. Muneeba says:

    Ooo I remember my one and only helicopter ride … I was yammering & “oooooing n aaaahing” one minute, then the next minute a wave of nausea hit me out of nowhere, and I was quiet as a mouse for the rest of the ride. The idea of sushi rice sounds better AFTER the helicopter ride … anything before would’ve resulted in disaster!

  77. First, full of shame, I admit I have no chopstick skills. I fake it every time. Second, I think I’d love to take a ride in a hot air balloon, but in reality, I know it would freak me out completely. Last, this salad looks amazing, and I now want this for lunch every day too!

  78. Carolyn Jung says:

    Wow, what a memorable experience. I’ve been up on a blimp before, but never in a hot-air balloon. I’ll have to add that to my bucket list. 😉

  79. Emily says:

    That is crazzzy! That’s an experience of a lifetime! Amazing! I’m so happy you got to do this. Mmm Hershey’s Chocolate. I’m a big fan.

  80. A helicopter and a hot air ballon ride??? How awesome is that???

    And yes, sushi rice is the best!

    Camila Faria

  81. I am with you on the sushi love (except for the deconstructing, weirdo. 😉
    Love that you made a salad out of it! I bet it would be good with grilled veggies too.
    And the balloon ride – what an opportunity! Absolutely wild.

  82. nico. says:

    oh man, freshly steamed rice with vinegar is just the best. I was terrible at making sushi when I had to do it in school, but I loved the bowl of sushi rice I was left with. Sushi rice salads are so where it’s at.

  83. Catherine says:

    Dear, Dear Joanne! “Oh MY!!” is all I can say! You are brave. Heights make my stomach flip!!! How did you do it? I am sure it was beautiful though. Anyway, I am impressed. The sushi looks really good too. I guess that I am just so impressed. Bravo!!! Blessings, Catherine xo

  84. I could enjoy sushi on a daily basis! Hot air balloons are so beautiful and I’e never had the joy of taking a ride; just viewing. I hope that you’ll come back and follow me again. I’ve missed your visits and thoughts. Be well, Roz

  85. sophia says:

    I’m shocked you needed to deliberate that offer, Joanne!! I would have taken that chance in a heartbeat. Are you afraid of flying? How else will you fly to me, eh? So that I can teach you the proper way to use chopsticks?! Hahaha!

  86. kankana says:

    OMG a free balloon ride.. u lucky girl 🙂 So, did you ride the balloon too or just the helicopter ? Beautiful clicks. I have this packet of sushi rice and was wondering how to finish it. I am bookmarking this dish.

  87. Jo,
    Not to change the subject, but I just looked at a blog called Eats Well With Others, and it wasn’t you! Did you know this? That was weird!

  88. Great Scott! How Rock Star of you to be zipped off in a helicopter and then on a hot air balloon! Lucky girl! I once dated a helicopter pilot (for about five minutes) who took me down the coast of Big Sur, California. I loved the ride more than his personality. I still remember it from… well, before you were born! As for sushi– how is it a med student eats raw fish? Haven’t we studied about parasites? I’m too paranoid to eat raw fish. Cooked shrimp or crab, yes. I could eat sushi rice every day, but I gravitate toward soaking it in tempura sauce. My weakness!

  89. Allison says:

    I have never seen someone dissect sushi. If that habit lead you to this discovery then score.

  90. Kerstin says:

    Wow, what an amazing experience – yay Hershey’s!! I would have been scared. And a sushi salad is such a cool unique idea too – love it!

  91. I’ve taken my 5 yr. old grandson out twice for sushi this week- he loves it. 🙂 This sushi rice salad looks really good, and I’m so jealous of the hot air balloon ride!

  92. What a fantastic ride! Sushi salad sounds simple and fabulous,,,

  93. Because I am lazy and don’t like to bother rolling sushi rolls, sometimes I make sushi rice bowls for dinner with veggies and poke (raw fish cubes). This looks even better than my tossed together efforts. Love it! 😉

    I have always wanted to do the hot air balloon thing–it looks like a great day. 😉

  94. Indie.Tea says:

    Haven’t heard of Judith Jones, but she sounds like someone I should know. The recipe looks fabulous.
    And the hot air balloon ride looks like fun!

  95. polwig says:

    How fun… looks like you have a perfect weather too. Somehow that Hershey bar reminds me a lot of an Aero Bar, I wonder why they called it air?

  96. Little Inbox says:

    Helicopter ride, I want, I want!
    This is the simplified way of tasting sushi,hehe…

  97. Nicole, RD says:

    You got sushi rice, a helicopter ride, and a hot air balloon ride? There’s something about this that just doesn’t seem fair! To make life a little more fair for me, though, I’m just going to have to make this dish. BRILLIANT!

  98. Wow! Your adventures in the air look fabulous!
    And I’m with you on sushi: any day, every day.

  99. Cara says:

    What a cool experience! And awesome looking rice salad 🙂

  100. aki! says:

    I don’t know how I’ve never noticed this before, but the lighting in your pictures is just… beautiful!

  101. The only thing that would make a hot air balloon ride better, is chocolate. Oh wait..

  102. wow! I love the pics! And you do handle those chopsticks well….I am so lousy at it! I love the sushi salad recipe.Will try it today!

  103. Amazing! As my mother would say, “Oh, the life you lead!”

  104. Marisa says:

    Sushi rice with mix in’s as a salad? I can totally get on board with that. Also totally jealous of your chocolate experience. *sulks*

  105. I’ve been seeing a lot of sushi rice salads around blogs recently and am loving every one of them! I made one recently from Appetite for Reduction but I want to try everyone else’s versions too. 🙂

  106. Ichi Tokyo says:

    It’s absolutely perfect!

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