A French girl, Marine, baked one of her favourite cakes. It was ‘whoopie’. Although the whoopie is the US origin, she told me that she used to have baked the cake as she liked it a lot. The cake she baked today looked quite different from the images that I searched on google, but I […]
I got to have a chance to try my first ever chocolate from Kazakhstan. Aru, a Kazakh girl, gave it to me. Once tried, it was so quick and easy to feel a prominent milk flavour. Boldly pronouncing but delicate. At the moment, I became curious about the source of such a pleasant and robust […]
A large homemade rye sourdough! It was big, a lot bigger than usual. When it comes to rye sourdough, I always welcome it, no matter how big the size is. Instead, I care about proper sourness.
A friend has made tiramisu at home and brought some to share. Tiramisu seems widely appreciated in Korea and beloved by many youngsters. But sadly, most of the tiramisu makers use, if not the cheapest, cheap ingredients. As a result, it is difficult to get the real virtue of the ‘tiramisu’. Strong sweetness and artificially […]
Eating a croissant is a joy, and the croissant made at home is a greater joy. Fresher and crispier with decent ingredients.
Olive tapenade, poached egg and bread.
Bread with Thirty-three percent of German organic whole wheat.
Mugwort rice cake is one of the most common spring rice cake in Korea. People sense that the Spring has begun with the flavour of the mugwort.
The Californian bakery, Tartine opened a shop in Seoul at Hannam-dong. A bunch of Korean media says the bakery Tartine sell the best bread in the world and the one you have to try before you die. Oops! I do hate such proselytising words, especially when it comes to food. By the way, I wanted […]