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Japanese Snacks: Drink-Flavored Candy

J. Kenji López-Alt 6 comments

If you're used to Western-style soft drinks, you'll be surprised at what you taste in Japan, where flavors are radically different. But we'll get to all that. Today, instead, we're gonna share some meta-drinks. Candies that are meant to taste like soft drinks. Is there really a big difference between grape candy and grape soda candy? More

Seriously Asian: Purple Rice Pudding in Coconut Milk

Chichi Wang 5 comments

Lately I've been starting and ending my days with Pulut Hitam, a Malaysian/Indonesian pudding of black glutinous rice and coconut milk that's so nourishing yet indulgent, it doubles as breakfast and dessert. The pairing of rice and coconut, a classic combination in Southeastern Asian sweets, is especially satisfying when using black rice instead of the usual white. More

Spice Hunting: Matcha

Max Falkowitz 12 comments

Matcha's versatility is on par with cinnamon, and it's about as miraculous. It brings both rounded sweetness and a pleasant bitterness to a wide range of baked goods. While its Area 51 color and intense flavor have scared some away, it's an easy-to-use addition to the adventurous baker's pantry. More

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