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Diamonds for Dessert: カメ のメロン パン Turtle Melon Pan Diamonds for Dessert: カメ のメロン パン Turtle Melon Pan One of my close friends is studying abroad in Tokyo this semester (I'm very jealous) and I've been keeping up with her travels on Facebook. I was looking through her photo albums when I spotted really cute turtle-shaped melon pan in a photo of a Japanese bakery display. Next thing I knew I was on Google searching up a melon pan recipe as the thought "I must make turtle-shaped bread" ran through my mind. If you have no idea what メロンパン a.k.a. Melon Pan is, let me explain. First of all, in Japanese "pan" means bread.
Rainbow Cake in a Jar Rainbow Cake in a Jar I’ve always had a penchant for sunshine in a jar. Doesn’t the very phrase itself, “sunshine in a jar,” roll off your tongue and fill your mouth with magic? While I’ve never yet found myself a sunshine in a jar, I think we may have just concocted it in our kitchen tonight. In this simple recipe, a basic white cake is turned into a slew of bright colors, baked to perfection, then topped with a creamy white frosting.
Baking Basics:Cupcake Decorating Part I Today’s post is from one of Diane of Created by Diane. Diane and I met a year ago and I consider her friend and a very talented blogger, so I’m excited and honored to have her guest posting. She’s here to share with us her tips and tricks to decorating cupcakes with one my favorite tips, Wilton’s 2D. Baking Basics:Cupcake Decorating Part I
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Prepare the vanilla or chocolate cupcake recipe. Spread each cupcake with a thin layer of meringue buttercream tinted with a few drops of green food coloring. For the small eye, attach a mini marshmallow and create a pupil by painting on melted chocolate (microwave 1/2 cup chocolate chips for 1 minute). For the large eye, push the chocolate chip, tip down, into a regular-size marshmallow, then cut Gummi tape for an eyelid. Halloween Cupcakes - Spooky Martha Stewart Halloween Cupcake Ideas Halloween Cupcakes - Spooky Martha Stewart Halloween Cupcake Ideas
Shindig Parties TO GO: December 2011 Over the weekend I was busy finishing up gift projects for neighbors, friends, and my kids' teachers and friends. Always on the lookout for fun, homemade gift ideas, I sometimes make my own Chex Mix in large batches to give away at the holidays. With the baking involved in making Chex Mix, however, it was going to take a bit more time than I had to give this year. Instead, I came up with a new, no-bake version that actually turned out really yummy. Shindig Parties TO GO: December 2011
Cupcake Tutorial « Decorate This Cupcake Tutorial « Decorate This September 2010 Several people have asked me how I ice my cupcakes, what tip I use, etc. Others have commented on my piping skills and wondered how I do it. I’ll share my secret…it’s the tip. That’s really all it is.
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Have you ever looked into a cupcake display case in a shop, and taken a look at all the gorgeous swirls and artfully placed dollops of icing? Have you ever asked yourself, "I wonder how they do that??". Hold on to your piping bags people - you're about to learn (and it's not as hard as you might think)! Materials Decorate This!: Cupcake Decorating Tutorial Decorate This!: Cupcake Decorating Tutorial
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LittleMissBacon | A Perth Food Blog | because everything tastes better with bacon... Ha-lu is a great Japanese fusion restaurant for not only dine-in but take away as well. I was so impressed the first time I went, I returned twice in one weekend. Here’s a combined post on the times visited recently including a very special birthday for Foodie Cravings. Sashimi of the Day $18.00 Salmon, Tuna and Kingfish Thick cut fresh slippery slices of fish to start. LittleMissBacon | A Perth Food Blog | because everything tastes better with bacon...
Cool stuff from Japan: Beautiful traditional candies Traditional Japanese food is known for being beautiful and colorful. Nowhere is this more evident than with these jewel-like traditional candies from Kyoto. The ones in the box here are ame (飴) or hard sugar candies. They mostly just taste like pure sugar, though a couple have some fruit flavor. But I find it hard to eat them anyway - they are so gorgeous. The bumpy ones are kompeito (コンペイ糖 or 金平糖), which you may know from various anime and manga. Cool stuff from Japan: Beautiful traditional candies
In Japan, people worship pretty while collecting all the consumers to buy products unless they violate the laws of their country, all you can do is cute. Some Japanese restaurants are pretty, which implements the idea that the food and made a series of culinary arts. Bento is which is filled with typical Japanese dishes to eat in a single portion takeout or home. Cute Japanese Food | Cute Japanese Food Stickers | Cute Japanese Food Art
Japanese Cute Foods Sunday, April 26th, 2009 | In Foods & Beverages | In Japan, people are worship everything cute, everything can be made cute as long as no against their country’s law while attracting consumers to buy their products. Some Japanese restaurants has implement the cute ideas to their foods, and made the food as a series of arts. After a research, there are more Japanese cute foods at e-obento ~ The Japan’s cute food gallery. Below are some creative cute foods that I have received from my personal email few days ago, enjoy viewing the cute foods photos now. Japanese Cute Foods |
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