There’s yogurt and lemons in the fridge, it’s near midnight and I cannot fall asleep. Instead I wander food blogs like a nomad, doting over pretty pictures of summer fruits and decadent cakes topped with billows of soft whipped cream. I pause here for a moment, such a happy, simple cake. One I could have a slice from right before going to sleep, and another slice when I wake up.
So I baked this yogurt cake in quiet of the rainy Manoa night, omitting the rum and grating in the zest of a single lemon. A tender light, lemony slice with a hot cup of tea put a smile on my face and I went to sleep quite content.
We’re going back into the archives to revisit these classic posts by James Norwood Pratt. This post includes “Huangshan Mao Feng and Guapian” and “Maojian and Yunwu”. We have added a link to the end of each one to take you to the next if you would like to read … Continue reading
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In 2012, the first KCON USA — a Korean Wave festival — was held as a one-day event at SoCals Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. It has since grown to last five days with programs in both New York City and Los Angeles. This year, KCON LAs exhibitors, including entities like Toyota … Continue reading
With the wealth of valuable knowledge weve accumulated over the years, we feel that some previous posts are worth sharing again. Thus, Fridays are Blast From the Past – where we choose a T Ching post from this month but a previous year that we feel is worth another read … Continue reading
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