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Just Roll With It


A Visual Guide To Sushi Making At HomeWhat It Is: Calling all wannabe sushi chefs! Let me tell you, I’ve read a book on what it takes to become a sushi chef and dear me it is a LOT of work. The good news is, the authors behind this helpful book teach you the ways through 75 easy-to-follow, accessible recipes. Every ingredient, every step is artfully laid out with a clean, visually appealing design – ideally as appealing as your handmade creations will turn out. Instead of stepping out for pricy rolls and sashimi, soon you’ll be hosting sushi parties at your home!

Who It’s For: Your sushi-loving bestie that’s on a budget, to give her the tools she needs to seriously DIY. Your cooking-loving host for your next dinner party, as a hint perhaps sushi will be the theme at the party after that. Your mom, or alternatively, your daughter, so you can spend an afternoon together in the kitchen trying your hand at some Japanese delights.

What It Costs: The retail price is $42, however it can be found online for less.

Where It’s At: Booksellers nationwide, as well as Amazon.ca

Oh hey! Want a bonus entry into yesterday’s Dudley giveaway? Tell me in the comments below: do you dig sushi? Can you think of someone that might love this book?

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16 Responses to “Just Roll With It”
  1. cookie3 says:

    Sure do love sushi. There are a few people I can think of who’d like this book including myself.

  2. Alison K says:

    Dudley bonus entry: I totally dig sushi & have a few friends that might love this book – such a beautiful layout & design.

  3. Joan G. says:

    I’m not a lover of sushi but the rest of my family loves it – I would enjoy make it for them as a special treat.

  4. Susan says:

    I haven’t developed a taste for sushi, however, my son loves it and would probably like to try the ideas in this book.

  5. Betty S says:

    Bonus entry, no I don’t like sushi.

  6. Suzanne G says:

    I love sushi and could eat it every day. My daughter would enjoy this book as she likes to make her own sushi.

  7. Elaan says:

    I looove sushi, but the book would be for my Mom, who has the inclination and aptitude for making it!

  8. jessica eapen says:

    I do love sushi, but never tried making it myself. I could use this book =)

  9. Sherry K says:

    I love sushi. My daughter and I have it a couple of times a month near her work. I think she would appreciate this book.

  10. I like vegetarian sushi (love Wasabi) and can usually get a few of the less fishy-tasting fish ones down if I don’t think about it too much. Yes I’m squeamish :0 This book looks interesting. I know people who make their own sushi, and who love doing it. So I’d gift this book to them, and wait for the dinner invite.

  11. Susan T. says:

    I love sushi. I’ve tried making it myself but there is definitely an art to it that I don’t possess. I would love this book!

  12. SueSueper says:

    My husband and daughter dig Sushi. So for this reason I would love this book so we can try making it on our own.

  13. janicour says:

    I am not fond of sushi. My daughter loves and makes her own. Perfect gift for her.

  14. Victoria Ess says:

    I love sushi and I’d love this book myself!

  15. Athena says:

    I love sushi 🙂

  16. beewbedard says:

    I dont really like sushi – dont think we would use the book

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