Anyone else ever mixed up mochi, dango, and daifuku? Read more about the differences and leave me a comment on your thoughts of these desserts.
Sugar isn't native to Japan, but the Japanese have been eating sweets for centuries. Read more about how they traditionally sweeten food and how it's still popular today.
Itadakimasu! S'mores Haha! You're right. They're not s'mores. A little disappointed? Yes, I was, but what can one expect from a prepackaged cookie? Nonetheless, it was delicious even if not quite the s'more we Americans would think of: warm, gooey, melting goodness. However, this sure does look like an attempt at making s'mores, doesn't it? Well,… Continue reading Japanese Food: Attempting S’mores