The first time I ever tried Sushi was in Alabama. Yes, Alabama! Clint was getting ready for his mission to Taiwan and right before we were to leave for Utah I told Clint I would take him our to lunch. He picked this place called Tokoyo, which was a Japenese Restaurant right there in Prattville. Clint showed me what to order, and how to eat it. I was hooked! Since that day I have loved Sushi and have since tried many different kinds of Sushi at different places. There is a place in Utah called Sushi-ya that my boys love going to. You can pay 20 dollars for all you can eat Sushi but you better make sure you can eat what you order, otherwise they will make you pay extra for what you don't eat. It's a good place to try all different kinds of Sushi. So, recently Giuliana had a really good Laurels class activity. They asked Sister Ford who is 100% Japenese to come in and teach them how to make Sushi. That evening they walked out with some beautiful looking Sushi.Giuliana told me that it was quite easy and she thought we could make it at home. I was excited at the prospect and went out and bought all the ingredients to make our own homemade Sushi. Weeks went by and we never got around to making this Sushi. Then one day Misa Ford asked our family to come over for a Sushi night at their house. Did we ever! It just so happened Spencer and Bryan were home for the holidays and they were really looking forward to this dining experience. This experience didn't disappint and I found out that sushi can be a build your own experience-kind of like building a taco. It doesn't have to be little round discs. It can be cone shaped or taco shaped. We had all sorts of things to put in it as well like, shrimp, chicken, (cooked of course), smoked salmon, pickled radish, cucumber, avocado, imitation crab and rice. It was a wonderful experience.