Cheese toast and milk
Wine and spirit at the SAQ - $273.18
Mom and stepdad Richard where in town and I made a family-style japanese meal for us. It was the perfect excuse to use the preserved sakura blooms I brought back from Japan last May. They are preserved in salt and had to take a fews baths to get the saltiness out. It's a pretty process!
Becks beer while cooking
I made onigiri with the sakura. I also made some stuffed with tuna and umeboshi (plum). They are easy, easy, easy and tasty.
I also made my miso-maple salmon and some roasted peppers with sesame seeds
Onigiri, salmon, peppers
Like a good hostess, I took the broken piece.
We had this with a very nice pinot noir from the Okanagan valley, brought by Richard.
In the evening, we went to Monument National to see "L'eau qui danse, la pomme qui chante, l'oiseau qui dit la vérité", a new contemporary opera.
My brother had a small part in it and he was great!
Club soda at Monument National - $3 including tip
Pringles and Pepsi at Monument national - $5 including tip
Frozen treat to cheer the end of a beautiful evening
Oh also my mom brought me a gift!
Fancy-shmancy hazelnut chocolate from mom
Money spent on food today: $281.18