When Sprinkles Cupcakes announced last year that they were debuting a 24-hour Cupcake ATM, I have to admit, I was pretty excited.
Yes it might sound a bit gimmicky, but it’s also super convenient if you want a cupcake late at night or you just want to order one cupcake and don’t want to wait in the long lines at the store. Currently there is only one Sprinkles Cupcake ATM in California and it’s in Beverly Hills.
It’s located right next to the Sprinkles Cupcake Shop and Sprinkles Ice Cream.
Thousand year egg/century egg/preserved egg isn’t actually a thousand years old. But it sounds pretty exotic doesn’t it?
I’ve neglected the Chinese recipe section of my blog so I decided to share this easy recipe. No cooking is necessary. You just need to assemble a few ingredients.
The Thousand Year Egg is actually a preserved duck egg. A common Taiwanese dish is to eat it with a tofu salad, often as an accompaniment to a light congee (rice porridge) breakfast.
I made my own fruit snacks/ gummy candies recently and they were so ridiculously easy to make. I’m so excited at how well they turned out and I already have about five billion variations I want to try after my initial successful stint.
It only takes about ten minutes to make the syrup, then you pour it into molds, let it set, and pop them out and they are ready to eat.