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The Rice Report — Mochi Festival Fun!

January 3rd, 2011 by Wendy

It’s a new year and that means it’s a new Mochi Festival here on Bainbridge Island this past weekend. Have you ever sampled mochi, a sweet rice ball with a tasty bean paste hiding inside?

The Sun article on the event is here with some great shots by Brad Camp in the photo gallery. I also have a little more info here on my own home page.

In case you didn’t make it (*gasp*!!), I’m sharing a few more photos of the rice pounding fun.

There was much shouting and swinging of mallets.

A lot of risk-taking maneuvers, but so far no one has lost any fingers.

Even shorter helpers were enlisted in the fun.

After the rice pounding, the white goo was moved inside, which was great on that chilly day!

Pieces get torn off, balled and shared.

Lots of little hands then wrapped those bean paste balls into their white coats.

There was plenty of fun and rice treats to go around!

As you can see, the Mochi Festival is a great family event here in Kitsap County. If you’ve never been, be sure to check it out next time!
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Wendy is a writer, improviser, wife, and mom of two daughters, one covered in fur and rolling in….um, never mind. She’d love for you to read more of her writings at Let the dog in! and tweet with her on twitter.

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3 Responses to “The Rice Report — Mochi Festival Fun!”

  1. Trish Says:

    Sadly, we weren’t able to make it! Napping and other conflicts. Great pictures!

  2. jennyonthespot Says:

    Wendy, you always find the funnest things to do! Will you be my mom?

  3. Wendy Says:

    Jenny, I’d totally be your mom, but you have to leave the glitter away from my home!!

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