Moomies, I've wondered about sushi size. When I make it at home I make the rolls bite sized, just so you can pop one into your mouth without a lot of fuss and I've seen it like that at restaurants in the past. On Saturday night we attended the opening of a supposedly authentic Japanese restaurant in our town and they served me these monstrousity sushi I had to cut into three bites to eat. Awkward!
Pacific, yeah, it's a real eye opener when these folks you thought highly of praise deep fried crap and so-so very average canapes. I have to think it has to do with the changes in our society where nearly no one cooks any more, at least not from scratch. I know tons and tons of SAHMs who think that Boston Market and those meal kits you can buy are home cooking. It's another thing I mourn in our world that's only going to harm us in the long run. I was at the eye doctors yesterday and he was complaining that everyone he dated didn't know how to cook, telling me about one disastrious date where the gal served Tator Tots and baked potatoes as the two veggies. He's a catch for someone but one of his non-negociables is the cooking thing.