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Los Angeles: 10 Icy Sweet Treats We Love

Sweets Katie Robbins 2 comments

As with dumplings or meat-on-a-stick, every culinary tradition seems to have its own version of a slushy, ice-based sweet treat, from the audacious, over-the-top Korean patbingsu to the comparatively austere Italian ice. Though the interpretations of these shivery, sugary confections show amazing range, at their core, they share an ability to elevate simple frozen water into refreshing, flavorful summer treasures. Thanks to its tremendous diversity and its extended stretches of warm weather, Los Angeles offers what may be an unmatched opportunity to sample the world of these frosty treats. More

How to Make Patbingsu (Korean Shaved Ice)

Serious Eats Grace Kang 22 comments

You Will Need Ice (1 tray/bowl) Sweetened Condensed Milk Sweetened Adzuki Bean Paste (You could also try making this at home) Matcha Powder Fruit Cocktail Tteok/Mochi/Rice Cake Green Tea Ice Cream (or whichever flavor you'd like) Shaved Ice Machine... More

Snapshots from South Korea: Patbingsu, a Popular Shaved Ice Dessert

Robyn Lee 15 comments

Last month I visited Seoul, South Korea, for the first time. Here's a look at something I ate from my one-week trip. For more, check out the rest of my Snapshots from South Korea. Patbingsu, a shaved ice-based dessert loaded with sweet toppings such as chopped fruit, condensed milk, fruit syrup, and red beans, is so popular in South Korea that you can find it at most fast food restaurants in addition to cafes and bakeries. One of my friends even highly recommended the version from KFC ("My family went there all the time during our trip to Seoul!"). Although I wouldn't have been opposed to breaking my patbingsu virgnity at KFC, it was probably for the best that Dan... More

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