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The cake which my son ate on the night of yesterday. Because it was just a birthday. All the cakes are made of ice cream.
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Looks good. I guess the cakes melt quickly?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Kazuhiro Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Nov 2011 at 10:46pm
Yes. I store the cake in a freezer immediately. The candle which I stabbed because the son is 3 years old is 3.

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I remember 'Ice cream cake' where the ice cream is baked inside of regular cake--  it's a pretty neat baking trick

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Kazuhiro Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Nov 2011 at 11:39pm
I said that Japan depended on an almost overseas technique about a cake and a cake before. Probably I thought that a homemade cake might be made in each family in U.S.A.
Or the kind of a splendid cake to offer in a shop.

By the way, a photograph of the cakes which I put is the cake which I ordered in a Japanese ice cream shop. The name of the shop is called "31 Ice Cream".

The shop is called "Baskin-Robbins" in U.S.A.
I did not know the reason different in the name of the shop.
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My favorite flavor of theirs is daquiri ice, great color too.
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I was shocked by taste of the ice cream of the mint chocolate since Baskin-Robbins struck Japan. I remember that I learned that there is such an ice cream for the first time at that point.

Probably it is about time when I am in my teens.
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I was shocked when I tasted fermented soybeans at a sushi shop. Shocked
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LOLSurely. Natto is the food that a soybean fermented. It is a unique smell. There is often a person in disfavor with Natto in Japan. By the way, I do not yet know the taste of Daiquiri ice. I will try it this time.
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Originally posted by Kazuhiro Kazuhiro wrote:

The name of the shop is called "31 Ice Cream".

The shop is called "Baskin-Robbins" in U.S.A.
I did not know the reason different in the name of the shop.
Oddly enough Baskin-Robbins actually translates into 31. Tongue


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Really?
Is the store's name known to 31 in U.S.A.?ShockedSmile
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He's kidding, 31 is the number of flavors, Baskin and Robbins are the people who started it. In the US it is called Baskin Robbins 31 flavors or something like that.
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I see. Because can eat different ice cream every day for one month; of 31 the information of the Internet said that named it.
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 ^ yes that makes sense, and there was a time when 31 was a lot of ice cream varieties
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No, if you translate it back into americanese it comes out as 42.

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What is it in Brianese?
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Mr.Damo which was my friend ate with me in a bar in Tokyo last night. There were too many conversations and alcohol. The shop provides a lot of alcohol called "Shoutyu". Shoutyu is originally alcohol made in a district of Mongolia. And we ordered a dish in conformity to the alcohol. Some images may have difficult distinction.
 
 
In the left side of the photograph, the internal organs and the body of some fish ferment. The people liking alcohol often eat such a thing. In the right side of the photograph, an egg roasted well is surrounded. The leaf of the perilla enters among them.
 
 
There is the dish that "tofu" is lifted up in oil on the left side of the photograph. The seasoning is almost soy sauce. Or the dogtooth violet starch is used, too. There is the slice of the fish on the right side of the photograph. It is very delicious. And there is Shoutyu which Mr.Damo swallows up in the depths of the photograph.
 
However, I do not almost know the taste of the dish. Mr.Damo reached Tokyo and entered this shop with me immediately. Because he was very hungry, he almost ate all dishes.LOL
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Wow, looks good, sorry I missed this.
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 That sounds like a good time, I must look for some Shoutyu.   What is it made from Kaz, do you know?   I've also been wanting to try cachaša, the sugarcane liquor they make in South America


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Yes. Shoutyu as raw materials rice and wheat. Or it is the distilled liquor which deep red potato and brown sugar were used for. Shoutyu is popular recently in the bar of Japan. Shoutyu has a manufacturer in each place in Japan. Shoutyu with a potato as raw materials is liked in the area of Minami Nihon(South area of Japan)
 
Mr.Damo ordered Shoutyu which I just distilled in a shop with me. It had a very heavy flavor and fragrance. There was almost a sense such as the brandy.


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