aggressiveunderwear asked: re: amy's baking company I found it amusing in a kind of "there's no way these people are actually like this, come on" and then I realised oh yep they're totally like that and now I'm just wishing someone calls the cops on them for the screaming abuse and they throw at their patrons and the reported physical abuse of their employees
she has mental issues. This is way deeper than bad food :/
ssketches asked: This whole Amy's Baking Company drama is better than all my other guilty pleasures combined as of this moment right now - nothing quite like a good Schadenfreude every once in a while. I'll be sitting by the internet train tracks with my tub of popcorn. (I have a spare lawn chair if you're so inclined~~~~)
I know it’s SHOCKING. It bothers actually. I don’t find it funny anymore. I saw the full episode on Youtube and I’m HORRIFIED.
Taiyaki is a Japanese fish-shaped pancake, often filled with sweetened red bean paste. They are a popular sweet shop or food court food in Japan, and you can make them at home using a few readily available ingredients.
While there are special batter mixes you can make, I’ve found that you can also simply use ready-made waffle mix. I used Bob’s Red Mill. As for the bean paste, you can also make your own, but I used a canned version of tsubushi-an.
You may be able to find it in your local Asian grocery. You’ll also need a special taiyaki pan. - text from the blog
I’ve seen these stuffed with custards and ice cream (and I think savory food too?)… I’ll be re-blogging some of those pictures so you guys can see.
For those of you who are not a bunch of ignorants like me, please share more info about this dessert with us below on the text. I like to learn new things! :D I’m sure some of my followers are also curious too, please share on this post below in the text! Thanks in advance for sharing what you know! :) xx
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