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My Perfect Japanese Vanilla or Strawberry Melon Pan メロンパン

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Melon pan (also known as ロンパン in Japanese, meronpan, melon bun or melon bread) is a Japanese classic sweet bread that looks like a melon or cantaloupe.I like melon pan and tasted many from different bakeries. To me, an ideal melon pan must have a sweet crunchy and cookie-like crust and the bread inside must be soft and fluffy.Some people think pineapple polo buns are the Chinese version of Japanese melon pan. Or vice versa. Nay!!! I don't think so. And I will tell you why... Happy that I can bake these...Perfect Japanese Vanilla or Strawberry Melon Pan メロンパン What...

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17 Greatest Thin Velvet Hanger | Kitchen & Dining Features

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  1. Simplify Simplify Velvet Hangers – Clothes Non Slip Space Saving Plastic Hangers for Shirts Pants Skirts Dresses Sweaters Scarves – Wardrobe Garment Hanger – Pack of 25 Simplify - Non slip hangers non slip velvet texture of clothes hanger with chrome finish ensures secure hanging off your clothes with slim and sleek style to maximize space in your closet and notched shoulders ensure that your clothes will be kept in place Great value pack of velvet hangers with this box of 25 hangers you can replace all your regular hangers at once Garment hangers are the best for...

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Best and Coolest 23 Black Hanger | Kitchen & Dining Features

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  1. SONGMICS SONGMICS Plastic Hangers, Ultra Thin Coat Hangers, Non-Slip, 360°Swivel Hook, Black UCRP41BK-50 SONGMICS - Can your closet be larger Not necessarily but your hangers can at least be thinner with only 0 2 thickness they save much space so you can invite more clothes in Easy sopened hanging hanging clothes with a tight collar is a challenge but here comes the herothe sshaped opening on top will help you do it easier without stretching the neck of the shirt when hanging it up No more sliding off fed up with picking up clothes that always fall off...

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What Is Chenille and Chain Stitch Embroidery

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We are jumping into the way-back machine this week, friends! Going to jump way, waaaay back to 1850, stop for a malted at the local soda shop in the 1940s, and beyond. What could be interesting in which spans such a long history? Chain Stitch and chenille embroidery, of course! Check out this lovely chenille Embroidery Legacy design created by our very own Christine Buhr. There has been much interest lately regarding the faux chain stitch and chenille embroidery. These are both made, along with a myriad of other stitches, by Cornely Machines, first invented in the 1850s! This story...

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Vegan ayam goreng, Indonesian "fried chicken"

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As I sit here writing this, I have a small bowl of newly made ayam goreng (say: “EYE-ahm GO-reng” and roll the “r”; ayam = chicken, goreng = fried) next to me and am delightfully enjoying little tastings here and there. It’s so full of flavor and wonderfully addictive to eat plain on its own, although it’s best with freshly made hot jasmine rice and possibly a hit of spicy sambal on the side. When making ayam goreng with actual meat, the chicken is cooked twice: first it’s simmered in a spice paste till cooked, and then it’s deep fried....

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