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Peace, Love and Matcha

Matcha, and more specifically, matcha cookies, have been traveling through cyberspace and uniting people around the world. All starting with a common recipe, and a goal to make something special for friends and family. I posted the recipe for our green tea (a.k.a. matcha) tea sweets last June, and since then I have been watching [...]

by on March 29th, 2008
It Really is Sweet

Just a quick note to share my new favorite bakery in New York City, How Sweet it Is. This bakery opened their retail store around the same time as Amai (October 2007), and I finally had a chance to visit it this week. I had met one of the owners, Beth Pilar, previously at a [...]

by on March 28th, 2008

Batch is a new asian-inspired bakery by pastry chef Pichet Ong, owner of P*ONG, the more upscale dessert establishment located next door. I have heard rumors about Batch floating around for awhile, and was very excited to hear that it finally opened this week. Batch is my style of a bakery. It has a casual, [...]

by on March 23rd, 2008
Pecan Pie for the Birthday Guy, Again

Andrew loves pecan pie, and I try to make it for him each year on his birthday. When I first started this blog in 2005, I wrote about a pecan pie that I made for his birthday that came out well, but wasn’t our favorite. I got the recipe from Bon App├ętit, and it was [...]

by on March 23rd, 2008

This Saturday I will be giving my first “professional” chef demo (complete with pro chef picture!) at Macy’s in Herald Square. In honor of Macy’s annual flower show, the theme will be using tea and flowers (tisane) in food and drink. I’ll be showing the audience different ways to steep, grind and mix tea to [...]

by on March 20th, 2008
Sharing is Caring

My friend Karen recently brought me a box of cake mix from Muji in Hong Kong. It was a chocolate cherry mix with green tea swirl, complete with cake pan, cherry cake mix, matcha powder and my favorite part – packaging.

by on March 3rd, 2008

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Capogiro Gelato
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Minamoto Kitchoan
Jin Patisserie
Orwasher’s Bakery

Cupcake Blog
Sweet Freak
Nomad With Cookies
One Sweet World
She Who Eats
Sugar Bomber
Tea Masters
Strong Buzz
Tish Boyle
A Full Belly
Buttercream and Roses
Breath of a Salesman
Brownie Points
Domestic Goddess
Food Beam
L’Atelier Vi
Love Made Visible
Restaurant Girl
Girl Who Ate Everything
Su Good Eats
Voice of Tea
Food Section
Food Whore

BabyCakes: Vegan and Gluten Free Baking
by Erin McKenna

Super Natural Cooking
by Heidi Swanson

BakeWise: The how's and whys of successful baking.
by Shirley O. Corriher

Baked Brooklyn
by Matt Lewis

Atlas Shrugged
by Andrea Dinoto

Atlas Shrugged
by Ellen Williams

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An interest, that turned into a blog, that turned into a career. Kelli Bernard is now the owner and baker of Amai Tea & Bake House.

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