April 1, 2014
ilovecharts:

Mitosis Explained Through Donuts

ilovecharts:

Mitosis Explained Through Donuts

(Source: reddit.com, via npr)

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Filed under: my god food 
April 1, 2014
scanwiches:

Homemade: Muffaletta

scanwiches:

Homemade: Muffaletta

March 29, 2014
taiwanesefood:

01.22.13_台湾旅行_春水堂 松航店 珍珠奶茶 by mingo’s  photo.collection on Flickr.

taiwanesefood:

01.22.13_台湾旅行_春水堂 松航店 珍珠奶茶 by mingo’s photo.collection on Flickr.

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Filed under: food 
March 24, 2014
taiwanesefood:

碳烤魷魚 by 工地小監工 on Flickr.

taiwanesefood:

碳烤魷魚 by 工地小監工 on Flickr.

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Filed under: food 
March 13, 2014
japanesefoodlover:

Peking Duck by PipsqueakPion33r on Flickr.

japanesefoodlover:

Peking Duck by PipsqueakPion33r on Flickr.

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Filed under: fff food 
March 10, 2014
gastrogirl:

cookies and cream oreo fudge ice cream.

gastrogirl:

cookies and cream oreo fudge ice cream.

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Filed under: jfc food 
March 9, 2014

taiwanesefood:

九份
肉圓

(Source: trippingandtraveling)

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Filed under: i'm crying food taiwan 
February 28, 2014
gastrogirl:

morning bread pudding with salted caramel.

gastrogirl:

morning bread pudding with salted caramel.

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Filed under: food 
February 27, 2014
taiwanesefood:

Bubble Tea by PipsqueakPion33r on Flickr.

taiwanesefood:

Bubble Tea by PipsqueakPion33r on Flickr.

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Filed under: gimme food 
February 23, 2014
gastrogirl:

creamy coconut and blood orange popsicles.

gastrogirl:

creamy coconut and blood orange popsicles.

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Filed under: food 
February 13, 2014

餃子 (SC:饺子;Pinyin: Jiǎo Zi) Other names used commonly in other countries include “Dumplings” “Pot Stickers” (Pan Fried) and “Gyōza” in Japanese cuisine.

Jiaozi are one of the major foods eaten during the Chinese New Year and year round in the northern provinces of China. They look like the golden ingots “yuan bao” used during the Ming Dynasty for money and the name sounds like the word for the earliest paper money, so serving them is believed to bring prosperity. Many families eat these at midnight on Chinese New Year’s Eve. Some cooks will even hide a clean coin for the lucky to find.

Jiaozi may be divided into various types depending on how they are cooked:

Boiled (Chinese: 水餃; pinyin: shuǐjiǎo; literally “water dumpling”)

Steamed (Chinese: 蒸餃; pinyin: zhēngjiǎo)

Pan fried (Chinese: 鍋貼; pinyin: guōtiē; literally “pan stick”, also referred to as Chinese: 煎餃; pinyin: jiānjiǎo; literally “dry-fried dumplings”).

Dumplings that use egg rather than dough to wrap the filling are called “egg dumplings” (Chinese: 蛋餃; “dànjiǎo”).

Cantonese style Jiaozi called gaau (Chinese: 餃) are standard fare in dim sum. The most common type are shrimp dumplings (har gow).

The Shanghainese food “Xiaolongbao” is not considered a type of Jiaozi in Chinese culture even though it sometimes can be called “Soup Dumplings” in English, and technically it is. That’s all because Xiaolongbao is bun shaped to keep the juice well inside when it’s getting cooked. 

(Source: mingsonjia, via fuckyeahchinesefashion)

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Filed under: food 
February 9, 2014
gastrogirl:

paprika parsnip fries.

gastrogirl:

paprika parsnip fries.

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Filed under: food recipes 
February 6, 2014
gastrogirl:

gooey red velvet brownie cake.

gastrogirl:

gooey red velvet brownie cake.

February 6, 2014
japanesefoodlover:

DSC_1746 by sunday driver on Flickr.

japanesefoodlover:

DSC_1746 by sunday driver on Flickr.

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Filed under: food 
February 4, 2014
epicurious:

Homemade Marshmallows (Epicurious, February 2013)

epicurious:

Homemade Marshmallows (Epicurious, February 2013)

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Filed under: food recipes 
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