Category Archives: Dessert Club

A series of food posts about the glorious desserts found in Kyushu, Japan.

So dark, can you handle it?

School has been sucking up so much of my time lately, hopefully things will be less busy after this weekend so that I will have more time to post! This is also going to be another short post. Continuing along … Continue reading

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Blowing Raspberries

I’m back! Thanks to the past few weeks of exams and projects and presentations and lab reports (oh yes, and spring break), I’ve had to take an unexpected hiatus from the internet. That, and I’ve recently been trying my hand … Continue reading

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Introducing the Dessert Club

If you’ve seen my previous posts about parfaits, ice cream and pudding, you know that dessert is SRS BIZNIZ whether it is the design or taste that hits you visually or olfactorily (is that even a word?) that it leaves … Continue reading

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Pretty Pudding

See what I did there? Alliteration, for the win! In any case, I left off the previous post vaguely explaining about something called yaki purin (焼きプリン), without any visual aids–bad Amy! So this post is here to rectify that. Remember … Continue reading

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Mmmmm! I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!

Yaki ice cream is ingenius. Just FYI. This came at the end of the tonkatsu lunch special from the previous entry. Before I even get into the spiel about dessert in Japan, as that is an explanation for another entry, … Continue reading

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