Saturday, August 29

The Making of a Friday Afternoon

I have candy,
crispy rice cereal and an
Ipod playing acoustic music.
Now what do I do?
I know I will eat a small pot of dark chocolate. It was absolutely delicious. Not really. I made more candy sushi. However, I absolutely love this pictures. It was totally by mistake. The only way to make it better would be for someone else to be taking it and show more of the spoon.
Don't worry. I am a trained food handler. I washed the spoon with hot water and dish soap.
To the left is semi-sweet chocolate with almonds set to make the inside of the fushi.
To the right is the almond bark to make the outside of the fushi. I dyed it green. I was excited to use a double boiler. It has been a while since I first used one in high school.
To the left is the crispy rice cereal "rolled" as flat as I can make it to roll.
To the right are the ingredients I use to make the inside of the fruity fushi.

To the left are the rolls of chocolate almond coconut ready to be rolled in green almond bark. 

The Completed Product
(only 3 payments of $19.99, but if you order now I will drop the price to only 2 easy payments of $19.99)
Fruit Fushi    
Chocolate Almond Coconut (for Valerie)
My less than impressive attempt at wasabi
This was pretty much the only thing I did on Friday until my first human interaction at 6:30. I am not complaining, simply noting. I did not even notice until about 5:30 or so. Though it is an odd feeling, trying to remember if I said anything outloud or all the conversation and random uttering I did were in my head. I also rearranged my room, clean the tub, did dishes, cleaned the counters, made nachos, took 25 million photos, and danced oddly to acoustic music by All-American Rejects, Jack Johnson, John Mayer, Alanis Morsette (sp?) and Avril Lavine (sp?).

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