Location and time constraints wound us up at Mikado in Sandy. We usually wouldn't drop a lot of money but I rationalized it as my birthday dinner.
Kar and I ordered a large sashimi plate. The flavors and textures were phenomenal. The presentation on the other hand left much to be desired. When you are paying a premium for sushi I expect a little more effort on that front. To me the plate looked scattered across the over sized plate. Visually it was unorganized and uninteresting but, again, the quality was excellent.
|Joel is wearing sunglasses and Mandi is on the right.|
While Kar and I don't have the financial resources to be full-blown philanthropists, we try and help monetarily when we can. One idea I have been developing to try and support the effort is to organize a local 5k for Haiti or something. I have NO idea how one goes about bringing something like that to fruition but a few short months ago I didn't know how I was going to lose lose over 100 pounds either:) My hope is to use the excitement and interest surrounding my weight loss to benefit the children in Haiti somehow. Any ideas are welcome.