I made a Nutella mousse this weekend that is super easy and healthier than regular mousse.
Mr. K and I both love chocolate mousse but I’m always too lazy to make the traditional version. This one is super tasty and you don’t taste the healthy secret ingredient.
This is a reminder that this Saturday May 4th is the annual San Diego Food Blogger Bake Sale! The Bake Sale will take place between 10am-2pm at Great News! Cookware and Cooking School, and all proceeds go to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry program.
It’s a great way to purchase baked goods from food blogs you’ve been following and do a good deed.
You can view the tentative menu and all other information about the bake sale at sdbloggersbake.wordpress.com
I’ll be bringing my Cookies and Cream cookies and Nutella cookies to the bake sale.
One of the many changes to the UTC Food Court has been the addition of a sushi bar. Sarku Japan is actually a chain, with locations nationwide.
We’ve passed by it many times, and recently Mr. K picked up some sushi on his way home from work for dinner.
To emphasize that everything is made to order, they even have the display of raw fish, like the ones you’ll find at a sit down sushi bar.
One thing that really caught my attention is that the highlighted menu item prices are all around $8-9, including the sashimi plate.
Mr. K really loves his rolls. He was told that their most popular rolls are the Volcano and the Rock n’ Roll. The volcano roll has shrimp tempura and imitation crab inside and is topped with some spicy tuna. I thought this tasted alright. Nothing special and seemed a little pricey at $8.49. It didn’t taste as good as a sit-down restaurant version, but the cost was about the same.