On April 4th we'll be collaborating with HONU: Hawai'i Ohana at Northeastern University to make mochi! We'll be learning how to make our own mochi and eat it together. It'll be a great get-together for both of the clubs before the finals come! So mark your calendars!
Mochi is a tasty and popular Japanese dessert made from glutinous rice. It's usually eaten during the new year that is said to bring good luck. It is a chewy and sweet rice cake that was brought to Hawaii by Japanese plantation workers in the mid-1800s and has played an important role in Hawaiian culture since.