Thursday, June 30, 2022
Taiwanese chocolatier Cheng Yu-hsuan (鄭畬軒, center). Photo courtesy of Yu Chocolatier

Taiwan Chocolatier named one of 50 Next Gamechanging Producers

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Cheng Yu-hsuan (鄭畬軒) has become the first Taiwanese chocolatier to be included on 50 Next's list of 50 Gamechanging Producers, which honors "farmers, artisans, and makers powering the supply chain in innovative ways." Taiwanese chocolatier Cheng...
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Japanese Dessert for Hot Summer!

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Anmitsu and Mitsumame are traditional cold Japanese desserts which are just as pleasing to the eyes as to the taste buds. Mitsumame consists of agar jelly cubes, pieces of fruit, white rice flour dumplings...

Food Trucks Dishing Out Free Filipino Cuisine Kick Off Tour of Taipei

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Two Filipino food trucks dishing out free pork sisig and pork adobo along with San Miguel beers and mojitos have kicked off a two-week tour of Taipei to promote tourism in the Southeast Asian...
Yakisoba

Yakisoba – Japanese stir fry noodles (焼きそば)

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Yakisoba is a delicious, sweet-savory Japanese dish commonly enjoyed at summer festivals. The dish is a essentially a pan-fried noodle dish made with, noodles, Worcestershire sauce, pork, cabbage, beansprouts and spring onion besides other...
Ume

What is Japanese Fruit Ume?

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"Ume" (Japanese plums or apricots) is a common and nutritious fruit in Japan. Traditionally, it has been stocked as an emergency food. Though originally sweet, this fruit can be prepared in ways which make...
Red bean paste

How To Make Anpan, Japanese Sweet Red Bean Bun

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Red bean paste or "anko", is a much loved sweet food in Japan. Beans are actually used quite a bit in sweet desserts. Pastries are not an exception to this. In 1874, a Japanese...
nihonshu

Japanese Sake has two: Nihonshu and Shochu

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Japanese rice wine or "nihonshu" often brings with it an air of elegance. Aside from its taste and venerable heritage, some of this may be derived from how "nihonshu" is handled when pouring or...

Japanese Street Food – TAIYAKI CAKE

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The word Taiyaki in Japanese means baked red seabream, however these tasty fish treats aren’t really fishy at all. Taiyaki is a type of “Imagawayaki”, a traditional baked flour and azuki bean paste treat....
Soba

How to eat Japanese SOBA noodles

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Do you think Ramen is the only type of noodle available in Japan? Or, do you think Soba is the same as the Yakisoba you can buy at your nearest Japanese restaurant and Asian...
Green jujubes from Kaohsiung to go on sale in France

Green jujubes from Kaohsiung to go on sale in France

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Taipei, Feb. 22 (CNA) Green jujubes grown in Kaohsiung are scheduled to hit shelves of supermarkets in France Wednesday as part of the city's efforts to introduce the fruit to consumers in Europe, the...
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