At last. A Taiwanese bakery has finally made its way to San Diego. Both Taiwan and Hong Kong are very well known for bread bakeries, which offer a huge variety of fresh baked, soft and fluffy breads with various fillings and toppings.
San Diego has pretty much been devoid of a Taiwanese style bakery until Pangea. The closest you can find to chinese style breads are the Ranch 99 bakery and Tasty Bakery. Both offer some okay bread options, but once you’ve had the better bakeries, it’s really hard to buy anything from these. As a result, one of the things I do when I take an LA road trip is stop by every chinese bakery possible and load up on fresh baked breads.
In Taiwan, bread bakeries are everywhere, making it very convenient to pop in after work and buy some breads for breakfast the next morning or even pop in the morning of for some fresh breakfast bread. The bakeries are set up so that you grab a tray and a pair of tongs near the entrance of the bakery and then work your way across the rows of breads on display, placing the ones you want to purchase on your tray. When you are finished, you make your way to the register and your order is rung up.
I found a new love. It doens’t have zero calories and it’s probably not very healthy for me, but it is delicious. (I had the Truvia sweetener commercial jingle stuck on my head, hence the babble about zero calories).
I love lava cakes. For a while now I’ve had this idea playing in my mind to create lava cookies. I tried making nutella lava cookies before, but they didn’t come out exactly as I’d hoped, so I wanted to attempt it again.