We ate ozo-ni in the morning again.
And lunch time we ate isobe-yaki, which was baked rice cake with seaweed.
Kids loved rice cake.
They were so interested in rice cakes were ballooning.
Ritsuko tried to cook Gyo-za, which was called pot-sticker in U.S.
Minami, Kanami and Otomi helped to wrap the meat.
Minami's were similar to Ritsuko's , Kanami's were also pretty good and Otomi's was too much meat?, but good job!
Thank you for helping mother cooking.
We had great dinner!