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Little known facts about Japanese Food

“The Portuguese remained in Japan until 1639, when they were banished because the ruling shogun Iemitsu believed Christianity was a threat to Japanese society. As their ships sailed away for the final time, the Portuguese left an indelible mark on the island: a battered and fried green bean recipe called piexinhos da horta.

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Travel

Fukusaya, Daimaru, Tokyo Station

Before going to Japan, castella cakes from Fukusaya were on the list of things to bring home as gifts for friends and loved ones (including myself lol). 205 more words

Food

Day 79: Castella/Dunsmuir Zero

July 5, 2017

Sleeping in this morning was marvelous. Granted, it would have probably been nicer if it wasn’t so hot at night and if I miraculously found myself on a more comfortable mattress. 480 more words

Walking And Hiking

Day 78: Fourth of July Push to Castella

July 4, 2017

Total daily miles: 19.3 miles

Total PCT miles: 1091.8 miles

Start: mile 1479.4

End: Castle Crags State Park Campground (mile 1498.7)

Total elevation gain/loss: 3902.2/4940 ft… 736 more words

Walking And Hiking

Crazy about castella - the light, fluffy cake that is all the rage here

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It seems like the craze for castella cakes is unlikely to die down anytime soon.

Within the past two months, no fewer than three brands have started selling the popular Japanese-inspired fluffy sponge cake. 1.428 more words

Current Affairs

Honey Cheese Sponge Cake

TGIF! It’s been quite a while since i have posted but i have been baking weekly still. I’ve been rather hardworking going to libraries, browsing through cookery and baking books, reading and feeding my knowledge. 613 more words

Judy Bakes

Le Castella – Popular Fluffy Castella Cake With Cheese Now In Singapore, At Tampines One

(Source: danielfooddiary.com)

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Singapore has its own Le Castella Cake 樂古早味蛋糕 shop (finally) at Tampines One.

A Castella is a Japanese sponge cake made of sugar, flour, eggs, and starch syrup. 674 more words

Singapore