shouldn't the egg white be aged for 2-5 days so that it can lose moisture and more easily baked?
@sugartoof: the ones in Taipan are always warm, if not hot. And when we went to Breaktalk the first time, it was just hot too :)
Yea AB is kinda douche saying that, but that's him.. :)
saba is a vinegar according to Jenny, and i could attest to the excellence of this dessert, it's such a flavorful dish with sour, sweet, and savory all involved!
Jenny is such a cool person and talented pastry chef! Get excited for the heavenly panna cotta recipe!!!!!
@jo_wang: I know! I was confused by the new name too, so I actually called the company to confirm they are the same thing, and they taste exactly the same...
@jessjess: I'm totally on your side. The old package is much more vintage look...
Actually it's Carey who bit off the shark's head, not those fish hehehe :p
green tea crepe mille
@ag3208: You got it! Haw Flakes is actually one of my favorite!!!!! :)
@ambienttra & jester99: haha, of course I won't leave out white rabbit, it's coming up in the next post of milky & gummy candy :)
@BigJustinTurbo: That was my question too, wondering if I really can substitute polenta with cornmeal in the recipe. I'm excited to try it though esp. since I've been looking for a good recipe for cheese croquette recently...
@violetmag: Good for you that you enjoyed working with pickles, I really wish I had that kind of interest in them so that my work would have been easier :p
@phicks & mariomenendez: I haven't tried their pate sandwich, but their other sandwiches are great! (http://www.seriouseats.com/2011/06/saucisson-sec-at-la-sandwicherie-miami-beach-florida.html). Good to know, gonna hit there again next time when I visit Miami!
@feistyfoodie & @Tom Sullivan: No worries, I understand, the experience really depends on which store you go and what dish you get from each store:)
@jeffsayyes: We didn't get to sample every store there, that's why it's only a first look :) If you find any good store/dish that's not covered here, please feel free to share so that we can look into that!
@luvsocks: and you can find the crayfish at Sliced Noodles, station #12! They have a crayfish flyer up I think. Hope you enjoy it :)
Hi everyone, sorry to hear that none of you guys liked the place, but I agree that it's the variety that counts more there. If you still wanna give it another shot, you really should try Laojie Cassarole and noodles (Store#19) and Manji Dessert, I hope those places can make up for your previous "mehhhh" experience there :)
im gonna stay away from this holiday..
@travels4food: Oh god, that's embarassing, I'll fix it asap :p
@ag3208: Oh sorry I forgot to mention the recipe. It's actually from one of Jacques Pepin's cookbooks and I believe you can google for the recipe. The dish is super easy but never fails to please the crowd :)
@happycao: yes! the inside is kinda of pumpkin puree with some cream. The texture is a bit different from the custard buns because it has fiberous stuff in it. IT IS GOOD!
@vivosergirl: Oh hi, guess you are an eph? ;)
@hafnerd : Mmmmm, well you are right I'm from China, though I don't see why the name sounds so Chinese...