When strawberries are in season, this is a extremely but gorgeous mousse cake – not only for toddlers, children just strange to notice that men love strawberries as well. Ah, well….I think strawberries are an all round player for confectioneries and sweets. As the weather is warming up, it’s a nice dessert to have in your fridge!!!! 苺のシーズン、、まだ間に合います。苺のムース。 超！簡単です。ゴージャスなデザートがアッと言う間に出来上がります。 おいしい🎶おいしい🎶おいしい♬ そんな声が聞こえてきました💗 Strawberry Mousse Recipe – Ingrédients: Strawberry 1 pack approx. 320g Lemon Juice 12g Granulated Sugar 80g + 40g Water Powder Gelatin or Plate Gelatin 8g + 40g Water 200g Fresh Cream Fruit of your choice to decorate < TO MAKE > Combine the gelatine and water and let it soak (until soft or dissolve) for about 10 minutes. Heat the granulated sugar and water, mix it well or let it dissolve completely to make a syrup. Wash the strawberries and place it in a food processor to make a puree. Add lemon juice and the syrup, …
A friend of mine who manages a reputable food magazine posted an article, ’Le gâteau invisible’
Although it is yet drastically hot and humid in Japan (above and around 35C/95F), the arrival of typhoons in Japan seem (I hope) propels the change in season.
A variety of my various pound cakes – Marron, Ginger & Lemon.
Summer has gotten me lazy on blogging. Summer in Tokyo is extremely hot and on top, humidity is high and even on top of this, the city accumulates air conditioning and building heat so..i.e. it become quite (very) unbearable. The excuse makes me even more lazier than what I can be proud of…..but hey! it’s summer vacation time and just last week, this is officially my first cooking lesson with my niece and nephew (photo below) who has turned thirteen and twelve years old. 夏到来。 このいきなりの暑さにかなりの打撃を受け、ブログもままならぬ。すっかり怠慢癖がついてしまいました。お料理も作りたいものも暑さ対策になり、我家の食卓もあっさりと野菜ばかり。しかし〜 夏休みに入っている姪と甥とともに「初めてのお料理教室」を開催しました。所々は英語。日本語と英語が飛び交う「英語教育をかねたお料理教室」となりました。 午前中から下の品々を作るのに3人とも必死で自撮影することも忘れてしまったので次の日の八景島パラダイスで撮った写真をアップします。（甥と姪） Here are some of the dishes we’ve managed to make for dinner as we’ve worked together, the three of us. (We’ve been so tied up with cooking that we totally forgot to take selfies of ourselves….so the photograph above is a day outing to an amusement park the following day). Mille-feuille salad is an cold appetizer. It comes in layers of mashed avocado with parmesan cheese and lemon juice （アボカド、粉チーズとレモンジュース） yellow paprika （焼き黄パプリカ） mashed potato and edamame beans （マッシュポテトと枝豆） red paprika（焼き赤パプリカ） cottage cheese and fresh corn （コッテージチーズとフレッシュコーン） smoked salmon （スモークサーモン） …
Trying to get back into the baking mode. ‘July 17th Sunday Bakery’, which most will be sent to my parent’s house where then be collected by my sister and brother and into the different avenues, stomach of my nieces and nephew. (lol)
A little bit late on posting real-time, but this simple but soft lush chocolate gateaux cake (also known as a fran) was made for March 14th; here in Japan designated as WHITE DAY
Frozen rhubarb comes in handy on a cold winter day… my authentic but all time favorite recipe.
This is a magical cake, recipe found from one of my favorite Japanese blogger (very unfortunate her blogs are all in Japanese language), which is close to a English flan cake which I often used to make. It’s a magical cake as that it separates itself to a light sponge and egg custard when baked over a low temperature.
I haven’t been experimenting on new recipes lately…. which comes probably the first this year. I wanted to make a muffin made with lots of fruits