Thursday, January 27, 2011

Food Trip Friday--New Year Festives

We celebrated our New Year at my PIL's home and made all the necessary preparations just like the other year, it's a tradition here in Japan to clean the house ( year-end cleaning for new beginnings) , decorating bamboo ornaments, osechi ryori ( this time we prepared of what's available inside the fridge ), setting up an altar with kagamimochi ( round rice cakes), sake and some other specialties and since it's holiday in Japan, all of our New Year festives were bought so we don't have to cook and to have less hassles in the kitchen. I only prepared the Japanese style Caprese ( coz my husband ain't a fan of sushi's and seafoods ) and the osechi ryori was prepared by my 2 SIL--we had so much fun in the kitchen while our husband were tending to our kids^_^
Sashimi
Japanese style Caprese
Hors d'oeuvres
Temaki Sushi ( hand rolled sushi )
Nigiri Sushi
Table setting
Temaki Salad
An entry for Food Trip Friday. Chibugan na!!\(^0^)/

18 comments:

Mrs. Kolca said...

Oh my gosh! That's a lot of food. Wooohooo. Uh-oh, I guess, I can't eat sashimi though.

Gengen said...

Oh boy that are really yummy foodies...happy FTF!

chubskulit said...

Holy guacamole, that 's a lot of goodies!

Looks so sumptuous!

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January said...

indeed a festive new year!

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Luna Miranda said...

gawd, everything looks mouth-watering! what a festive spread--i want to try everything.:p

lyzacruz88 said...

though i'm not a fan of sushi, i really love california maki...and the food on your photos looks so delectable :)

just followed your blog hope you can visit mine, thanks.

Gizelle said...

penge! suteki, kirei....hihi di ko alam which is appropriate to use basta maganda presentation! feast talga...and sis, kita ko sa background yung wood na traditional jap...nice!

imriz said...

the temakis look yummy. what a feast you got there, look like the kids were having fun helping onto the table prep, too.
tnf 4 the drop at my FTF. happy weekend.

Alice Law said...

Shashimi!!! It's my all time favourite and my little girl love sushi to bits! Nice festive celebration!

anne said...

Superb! Ang dami as in! Mine is up and its www.mjoannafaith.com

♥FoodTripFriday♥ said...

Ang dami nyo naman handa sis! at ang gaganda na,ang sasarap pa! :D

Dhemz said...

mother of pearl...ginoo ko! goshy gosh gosh....kalami...very festive ang handa nyo mamiClang....sayang d mo ko inimbita...ehehehe!

gusto ko talaga ang tradition jan...dito...super boring eh...ehehhee!

darly said...

wow, goodies overload. I wonder how much time you've spent preparing them.

Have a great weekend, my entry is up too.

Jennie said...

wow..so yummy..nakakatakam...good job sis..
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Mommy Liz said...

Ang dami namang food at ang sasarap, wahhhh! kelan kaya ako makakakain ng mga yan. Yum yum!

Sreisaat said...

Clarissa - that is a spectacular food-fest for the senses!!! Nabusog ang mata ko sa kakatingin at naglalaway ako sa takam. I suddenly remember the good times I had when I was in Japan - mostly food tripping din kasi ako. hihihi. I hope to go back there someday and when I do, pupuntahan kita! :D

Have a great weekend.

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Seiko said...

Wow!Ang dami nyong handa pala ng New Year.
Thanks for the visit Mommy Clang!
Hugs!

anney said...

ang daming lafang! nakakagutom!

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