About this time of the year, the world of food bloggers world is flooded with Easter related posts. We barely got through the preparation for Passover and now it’s onto the finish line for pastels, chicks, and bunnies.
Ah, the cupcake–a small cake that everyone, or almost everyone, loves; a treat with enough permutations to fulfill any celebration, culinary Kaffeeklatsch, or cultural event. When I needed to make a dessert with a quintessential Asian ingredient, I immediately thought of ginger cupcakes–the perfect finger dessert for a potluck.
Ever since I started microchatting on Twitter, I can’t ignore National Food Days—celebrations of commerce and cuisine. By chance, I posted my Banana Bread recipe a few days before National Banana Bread Day. I took this as a sign that I should observe these holidays a little closer and join in the fun. I asked [...]
I am a believer that love should be expressed on a daily basis through the smallest details. From cooking dinner, folding laundry, a routine “How was your day?” to a kiss and a hug. These recurring gestures are truly the act of love that makes your partner know that you are there for them. So [...]
Every summer at the Farmer’s Market, the luscious colors of cherries seduce me, even if I need to confront the messy inconvenience of pitting before and baking. For a certain recipe, however, it’s more than worth it. In Hong Kong, as in most Chinatowns in America, you find “Western-Chinese” bakeries, which display rows and rows [...]
Hungry Rabbit is a food journal written by Ken, who lives in food-centric New York. Desserts are the main focus, and he also shares his passion for all things food-related: inspirations, surprises, and everyday discoveries.