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    chocolate cups fudge dessert 

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    Mochi:
A Japanese rice cake made of sticky rice that’s pounded into a paste, then molded into shape. In Japan it is traditionally made in a ceremony called mochitsuki. While also eaten year-round, mochi is a traditional food for the Japanese New Year and is commonly sold and eaten during that time.
Mochi is often filled with a variety of confectionery delights like red bean paste, jam, or ice cream.

    Mochi:

    Japanese rice cake made of sticky rice that’s pounded into a paste, then molded into shape. In Japan it is traditionally made in a ceremony called mochitsuki. While also eaten year-round, mochi is a traditional food for the Japanese New Year and is commonly sold and eaten during that time.

    Mochi is often filled with a variety of confectionery delights like red bean paste, jam, or ice cream.

     

    Mochi japan rice cake dessert delicious 

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    Red velvet cupcake

    Red velvet cupcake

     

    red velvet cupcake dessert strawberry white chocolate delicious 

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    Chocolate mousse cups

    Chocolate mousse cups

     

    chocolate mousse cups dessert 

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    Fried plantains: possibly the most ubiquitous sweet treat in the world. Whether you like them sweet, salty, tangy, boiled, twice fried, caramelized, or baked- there is a fried plantain dish for you. 

    Fried plantains: possibly the most ubiquitous sweet treat in the world. Whether you like them sweet, salty, tangy, boiled, twice fried, caramelized, or baked- there is a fried plantain dish for you. 

     

    fried plantain platano tajada tostones turron banana cue banana sweet salty dessert south america central america columbia pacific philippines caribbean 

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    "Credit for the creation of Belgian Waffles is attributed to a couple in Brussels, Belgium — Maurice Vermersch and his wife (sadly, unnamed in all the accounts.)
Just before World War II started, they had come up with a technique for waffles using yeast as the leavener, and greasing the pans with lard. He decided to sell them at the 1960 World’s Fair in Brussels. They did well. He then opened a few restaurants to sell his waffles.
Then, in 1964, he arranged to sell them from the Belgium Village (a recreation of a medieval Belgian village) at the World’s Fair held at Flushing Meadows, Queens, New York (actually, both in 1964 and in 1965 - the fair carried over two years.)
Realizing that most Americans didn’t know where Brussels was, within a few days of selling them, he decided to call them “Belgian Waffles”. Well, sort of — he actually called them “Bel-Gem” waffles.”
Read more of this snippet here : http://www.cooksinfo.com/belgian-waffles#ixzz1RoqB4QVe

    "Credit for the creation of Belgian Waffles is attributed to a couple in Brussels, Belgium — Maurice Vermersch and his wife (sadly, unnamed in all the accounts.)

    Just before World War II started, they had come up with a technique for waffles using yeast as the leavener, and greasing the pans with lard. He decided to sell them at the 1960 World’s Fair in Brussels. They did well. He then opened a few restaurants to sell his waffles.

    Then, in 1964, he arranged to sell them from the Belgium Village (a recreation of a medieval Belgian village) at the World’s Fair held at Flushing Meadows, Queens, New York (actually, both in 1964 and in 1965 - the fair carried over two years.)

    Realizing that most Americans didn’t know where Brussels was, within a few days of selling them, he decided to call them “Belgian Waffles”. Well, sort of — he actually called them “Bel-Gem” waffles.”


    Read more of this snippet here : http://www.cooksinfo.com/belgian-waffles#ixzz1RoqB4QVe

     

    Belgian waffles dessert brussels delicious 

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    Eye candy

    (Source: vizlingo.com)

     

    VizLingo ViZing video sweet dessert yummy 

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    Chocolate chip and citrus cheesecake

    Chocolate chip and citrus cheesecake

     

    chocolate chip orange citrus cheesecake delicious dessert 

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    sugar cookie sandwiches cream pink frosting dessert 

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    The beignet:
Pillowy puffs of fried dough dusted with snowy powdered sugar, beignets (bane-YAY) are most famously served at the Café du Monde on the banks of the Mississippi River in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Beignets are best enjoyed for breakfast with a hot cup of chicory coffee.
Recipe @ www.whats4eats.com/desserts/beignets-recipe

    The beignet:

    Pillowy puffs of fried dough dusted with snowy powdered sugar, beignets (bane-YAY) are most famously served at the Café du Monde on the banks of the Mississippi River in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Beignets are best enjoyed for breakfast with a hot cup of chicory coffee.

    Recipe @ www.whats4eats.com/desserts/beignets-recipe

     

    Beignet dessert french new orleans southern delicious sweet fried dough