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1  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / So, uh... Croquet, anyone? on: February 19, 2006 10:33:16 PM
So when I was dating a Japanese guy, his mom would always make him food and send it back to school with him whenever he went home.  And his mom was a really, really good cook.  She made these little roundish things, he said they were called "croquet", and that Japanese people love them (though I don't think it's originally a Japanese dish).  Anyway, it was really good, and had vegetables, and some other good unidentifiable foodstuffs in it, and we ate it with tonkatsu sauce.  Mmmm.... *drools*  Anyone know what I'm talking about?  I've searched for recipes online, but none of them sound quite right.  She had a couple recipes, one made with mashed potatoes, and the other made with (i think) crab meat.

If anyone could help, I would very much appreciate it.  I'd ask him, but he's been rather evasive since we've broken up.  Go figure.  Roll Eyes
2  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Sushi Pillow - DIY style on: October 17, 2005 02:55:03 PM
Finally got a digi cam, so now i can start posting projects!  Grin

I was inspired by a sushi-shaped pillow (a tuna roll, actually) that I saw on an online shop, but discouraged by the fifty dollar price tag.  So, I made up my own pattern and set to work!



Sorry it's all lumpy - my friend was using it as an actual pillow for the longest time, and it's not quite the same.
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