Hey guys! Thanks for your comments and for sticking with me and my grocery shopping adventures. The same weekend hubby and I went to the Russian Supermarket and Farmer's Market, we also went to our local Asian supermarket. Living in the San Francisco Bay Area has exposed us to a lot of good food, particularly all different kinds of Asian cuisine. My favorite is Japanese food. I live for sushi. I walked through the store on a mission to recreate sushi at home.
First up was the live seafood tank:
We also found some interesting juevos:
- Soy wrappers, dried seaweed for suuuuushi, rice seasoning, canned lychee, 3 types of green tea, rice vinegar (to season sushi rice), miso soup, seaweed soup, ginger, kim chee, and young coconut juice. MINE, all MINE!
- Hubby cashed in as well with 2 Cali dungeness crabs, some wild snapper, and some of those shell thingies. We also got some seaweed salad. Yum!
My recs for the Asian Supermarket: Go for the produce- they can get outrageous prices on it, and lots of fun stuff! I also love tea, rice, seaweed, sauces, fresh seafood, and sake! Plus all the stuff I got above.
Questions for you: Do you like suuuuushi? If not, what keeps you away from it?