Fan-tastic!

by in View All Posts, June 9th, 2010

You’re our fans. Or you like us — whatever Facebook is calling it these days, we want you to know that we like you back. And we’re huge fans of the fabulous food photos you post on our wall. Take Layla’s Vegetarian Sushi, for example. It looks incredibly delicious (reminds us a bit of the veggie sushi Chef Morimoto created for Food Network Magazine) and we love her step-by-step instructions on her website.

Way to go, Layla. You rock. Keep sharing, we’re hungry for more.

Layla's Vegetarian Sushi
Layla's Vegetarian Sushi
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Comments (13)

  1. christine says:

    Love it! Great job!

  2. Nice!! I watched the demo on layla's site – very nice

  3. Clodd says:

    This is Awsome! Great site!!! Check out the crazy "Floating egg on a tomato dinghy over a calm potato sea" – the step by step instructions rock!!!

  4. Kate says:

    WWOW! what a site! and the pics! and the foooood!! and the text – hillarious :)

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