This place is really great for gifts to anyone that prefers Japanese sweets- or just sweets in general that have a mildly sweet flavor rather than a sharp and heavy load of sugar usually found in other kinds of desserts. The presentation is also a treat to see. I love Japanese castella so I tend to get it whenever there's a store or market selling it. I've still yet to find an exact replica of the one I had in Japan, but the castella here isn't bad at all. The price might be
I went to a part of Disneyland that I had NEVER been to before in all the years of being a Los Angeleno, and it was all thanks in part to a friend who is a Disney aficionado. I think everyone should go to Disneyland, or any part of Disneyland, be it Downtown or California Adventure, with a Disney fan, as she or he will show you and teach you things about the place that you've never and will never see otherwise. Anyhoo. We went to the area where Disneyland Hotel is, and ate at
I've gone to this place with friends before, and had a fairly good time eating there- I recommend going in a small group of friends or with someone who really likes cheese because they serve their pork with a generous helping of cheese for a few of their main dishes. But this time I decided to order from their delivery menu because of work: They have really good deals as you pay a pretty fair price for a big portion of food. This is the Original Bossam Dinner Set. I am curren
I know not everyone will like the texture or taste, but my mother and sister love the banana pudding at "Magnolia Bakery" so I've grown fond of it: I like this size the most since the bigger size is too much to finish, and the bananas brown quickly if you don't finish it in time. Farewell!
I'm not sure if I should post this or not since I did burn the roof of my mouth and tongue a bit by eating this, but for the adventurous folks there's a place called "Chocolate Chair" that has a dessert called "Dragon Breath": The puffs taste like Cap'N Crunch... can you see the trail of gas? If you eat it you can blow out smoke through your nose or through your mouth. I did, however, see a bit of the liquid nitrogen at the bottom of the cup they serve so I advise people to b