Food of the Food Lovers
Welcome, this blog is mostly about food, desserts and stuff, cookies, cakes, dishes, and other interesting dishes. This blog usually changes or sometimes changes from desserts to regular food (it gets kinda random). but have fun :)

enjoy! :)
Food of the Food Lovers
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foodishouldnoteat:

if you love food follow my blog!
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foodishouldnoteat:

if you love food follow my blog!
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kuchenkatzerl:

Wagashi cats!!
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kuchenkatzerl:

Wagashi cats!!
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kuchenkatzerl:

Wagashi cats!!
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kuchenkatzerl:

Wagashi cats!!
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fitnesstreats:

"I love blueberries" fruit saladIngredients: - 125 g blueberries- 300 ml water- 1 teabag green tea with berry flavor- 1 teabag herbal tea (I used hibiscus tea for the red color. You could also use red vine leaf tea or raspberry leaf tea.)- 1 tsp agar-agar (3g)- 1 tbsp poppy seeds (optional, they’re mainly here for decoration)- 3 pods cardamom (optional, to add another layer of flavor because I read in a magazine that they go well with blueberries)- half a vanilla bean (or a tbsp stevia. As I don’t like stevia, I used the vanilla bean as a way to sweeten the herbal tea jelly)- some kind of fresh green leaves for decoration. I used a couple of lemon balm leaves.
Directions:1- Bring the water to a boil. Brew the tea, herbal tea, cardamom pods and vanilla beans together.2- Add agar-agar and bring to boil for 3 minutes so that the agar-agar can start “jellying”.3- Pour in a large container. Sprinkle poppy seeds. Wait till agar-agar solidifies the jelly.4- Use a mini cookie cutter to cut out jelly pieces. (Or just cut the jelly into squares using a knife).5- Add fresh berries and fresh leaves and serve.
fitnesstreats:

"I love blueberries" fruit saladIngredients: - 125 g blueberries- 300 ml water- 1 teabag green tea with berry flavor- 1 teabag herbal tea (I used hibiscus tea for the red color. You could also use red vine leaf tea or raspberry leaf tea.)- 1 tsp agar-agar (3g)- 1 tbsp poppy seeds (optional, they’re mainly here for decoration)- 3 pods cardamom (optional, to add another layer of flavor because I read in a magazine that they go well with blueberries)- half a vanilla bean (or a tbsp stevia. As I don’t like stevia, I used the vanilla bean as a way to sweeten the herbal tea jelly)- some kind of fresh green leaves for decoration. I used a couple of lemon balm leaves.
Directions:1- Bring the water to a boil. Brew the tea, herbal tea, cardamom pods and vanilla beans together.2- Add agar-agar and bring to boil for 3 minutes so that the agar-agar can start “jellying”.3- Pour in a large container. Sprinkle poppy seeds. Wait till agar-agar solidifies the jelly.4- Use a mini cookie cutter to cut out jelly pieces. (Or just cut the jelly into squares using a knife).5- Add fresh berries and fresh leaves and serve.
fitnesstreats:

"I love blueberries" fruit saladIngredients: - 125 g blueberries- 300 ml water- 1 teabag green tea with berry flavor- 1 teabag herbal tea (I used hibiscus tea for the red color. You could also use red vine leaf tea or raspberry leaf tea.)- 1 tsp agar-agar (3g)- 1 tbsp poppy seeds (optional, they’re mainly here for decoration)- 3 pods cardamom (optional, to add another layer of flavor because I read in a magazine that they go well with blueberries)- half a vanilla bean (or a tbsp stevia. As I don’t like stevia, I used the vanilla bean as a way to sweeten the herbal tea jelly)- some kind of fresh green leaves for decoration. I used a couple of lemon balm leaves.
Directions:1- Bring the water to a boil. Brew the tea, herbal tea, cardamom pods and vanilla beans together.2- Add agar-agar and bring to boil for 3 minutes so that the agar-agar can start “jellying”.3- Pour in a large container. Sprinkle poppy seeds. Wait till agar-agar solidifies the jelly.4- Use a mini cookie cutter to cut out jelly pieces. (Or just cut the jelly into squares using a knife).5- Add fresh berries and fresh leaves and serve.
fitnesstreats:

"I love blueberries" fruit saladIngredients: - 125 g blueberries- 300 ml water- 1 teabag green tea with berry flavor- 1 teabag herbal tea (I used hibiscus tea for the red color. You could also use red vine leaf tea or raspberry leaf tea.)- 1 tsp agar-agar (3g)- 1 tbsp poppy seeds (optional, they’re mainly here for decoration)- 3 pods cardamom (optional, to add another layer of flavor because I read in a magazine that they go well with blueberries)- half a vanilla bean (or a tbsp stevia. As I don’t like stevia, I used the vanilla bean as a way to sweeten the herbal tea jelly)- some kind of fresh green leaves for decoration. I used a couple of lemon balm leaves.
Directions:1- Bring the water to a boil. Brew the tea, herbal tea, cardamom pods and vanilla beans together.2- Add agar-agar and bring to boil for 3 minutes so that the agar-agar can start “jellying”.3- Pour in a large container. Sprinkle poppy seeds. Wait till agar-agar solidifies the jelly.4- Use a mini cookie cutter to cut out jelly pieces. (Or just cut the jelly into squares using a knife).5- Add fresh berries and fresh leaves and serve.
fitnesstreats:

"I love blueberries" fruit saladIngredients: - 125 g blueberries- 300 ml water- 1 teabag green tea with berry flavor- 1 teabag herbal tea (I used hibiscus tea for the red color. You could also use red vine leaf tea or raspberry leaf tea.)- 1 tsp agar-agar (3g)- 1 tbsp poppy seeds (optional, they’re mainly here for decoration)- 3 pods cardamom (optional, to add another layer of flavor because I read in a magazine that they go well with blueberries)- half a vanilla bean (or a tbsp stevia. As I don’t like stevia, I used the vanilla bean as a way to sweeten the herbal tea jelly)- some kind of fresh green leaves for decoration. I used a couple of lemon balm leaves.
Directions:1- Bring the water to a boil. Brew the tea, herbal tea, cardamom pods and vanilla beans together.2- Add agar-agar and bring to boil for 3 minutes so that the agar-agar can start “jellying”.3- Pour in a large container. Sprinkle poppy seeds. Wait till agar-agar solidifies the jelly.4- Use a mini cookie cutter to cut out jelly pieces. (Or just cut the jelly into squares using a knife).5- Add fresh berries and fresh leaves and serve.
fitnesstreats:

"I love blueberries" fruit saladIngredients: - 125 g blueberries- 300 ml water- 1 teabag green tea with berry flavor- 1 teabag herbal tea (I used hibiscus tea for the red color. You could also use red vine leaf tea or raspberry leaf tea.)- 1 tsp agar-agar (3g)- 1 tbsp poppy seeds (optional, they’re mainly here for decoration)- 3 pods cardamom (optional, to add another layer of flavor because I read in a magazine that they go well with blueberries)- half a vanilla bean (or a tbsp stevia. As I don’t like stevia, I used the vanilla bean as a way to sweeten the herbal tea jelly)- some kind of fresh green leaves for decoration. I used a couple of lemon balm leaves.
Directions:1- Bring the water to a boil. Brew the tea, herbal tea, cardamom pods and vanilla beans together.2- Add agar-agar and bring to boil for 3 minutes so that the agar-agar can start “jellying”.3- Pour in a large container. Sprinkle poppy seeds. Wait till agar-agar solidifies the jelly.4- Use a mini cookie cutter to cut out jelly pieces. (Or just cut the jelly into squares using a knife).5- Add fresh berries and fresh leaves and serve.
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omnomnomjapanesefood:

Parfait at Kyoto Station
thanks for submitting, pfirsichtrinker!
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ohmyasian:

(by digital_trance)2914. Green Tea Ice Cream. Just can’t say to this. Just look at it… sitting there… waiting for you to devour it…. OKAY, OKAY. CAN’T RESIST.
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im-horngry:

Tiramisu - As Requested!
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such-vodka:

✩ | via Tumblr en We Heart It.
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super-foodporn:

Kimchi Udon by koe2moe on Flickr.
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mgrevoluson:

my favourite japanese meals
mgrevoluson:

my favourite japanese meals
mgrevoluson:

my favourite japanese meals
mgrevoluson:

my favourite japanese meals
mgrevoluson:

my favourite japanese meals
mgrevoluson:

my favourite japanese meals
mgrevoluson:

my favourite japanese meals
mgrevoluson:

my favourite japanese meals
mgrevoluson:

my favourite japanese meals
mgrevoluson:

my favourite japanese meals