Browsing All posts tagged under »sushi rolling«

Keeping Up with the Catering Trends

July 30, 2012


Almost everyone has had their fair share of weddings. Whether you were a groomsman for the groom or that friend from out of town, you all have a story to tell.  And the story you might tell is how romantic it is to watch the bride-groom walking down the aisle and say their I dos. […]

Guidelines in Choosing the Right Charleston, SC Caterer

July 16, 2012


Weddings are always great celebrations. This is the day couples profess their love for each other and vow to spend the rest of their lives for better or worse. But planning this celebration is a great task to handle. Especially planning the wedding reception, since most of your budget will go to feeding and entertaining […]

Menu suggestions for your Wedding Reception

June 18, 2012


Your wedding reception is probably going to be the most expensive part of your wedding. So getting your money’s worth is the most important thing. So it’s crucial to find a Charleston, SC catering company that will suit your taste. You can start by planning the Hors d’oeuvres. These can be passed around to the […]

How to Make Sushi Rolls for a Charleston SC, Catering Event

May 28, 2012


Do you want to make the perfect sushi roll? Here are some classic recipes that would guarantee any event to be a success. CLASSIC SUSHI Kappa Maki – Kappa Maki also known as cucumber rolls is easy to make. That is why it’s one of the  most popular sushi rolls. Ingredients Seaweed sheets (Nori) 1 […]

Is Sushi Rolling Part of Your Grocery and Healthy List?

May 21, 2012


Sushi rolling has become a front runner in mainstream dining and is very much available at thousands of buffets even the refrigerated goods section in supermarket stores even in fast food chains and the gas stops where freshly packed sushi sits to be bought. Decades ago, sushi rolls was just simply served as a five […]

The Story of ‘Sushi Rolling’ from China, Japan to Charleston ‘The Holy City’ of South Carolina

May 18, 2012


Originating from Southeast Asia during the 4th century BC, where preserved food of salted fish and fermented with rice was an essential source of protein for the Southeast Asian people. “Tohto Meisho Takanawa Nijyuu-rokuya-machi Yuukyou-no-zu” translates in English as “Feast in Waiting for the Moon at Takanawa, Edo on the Twenty-sixth Night” from the artwork […]

A Charleston SC, Wedding Come True at The Island House

May 17, 2012


Every girl has a dream wedding, but making this dream come true  can possibly become every girl’s nightmare. From choosing the right date, location and caterers to host your wedding is a crucial decision that couples have to make.  And to help get out from this nightmarish situation, here are some helpful wedding tips in […]