“Baozi” and “mantou” are steamed buns, a popular brunch bite-size food in China (dim sum). They are cooked in a bamboo steamer basket and served together with tea. The Baozi is typically stuffed with meat, vegetables or a sweet filling like custard, chocolate or jam. Mantou is the plain bun, with no filling added.Read More
Jiaqi (Jackie) He is a watercolor artist based in Chicago, US, who paints imaginative illustrations that blend Asian cuisine and animal characters. Her motto is “Friends and food just belong together”.Read More
In Disney’s fantasy movie “Beauty And The Beast”, Chip and his mom are transformed by magic into a teacup and a tea pot, everyday objects that are talking, singing and jumping all around, with a vivid personality. Myostery’s mugs, cups and planters have a dreamy, magical personality, with their cute faces and tiny feet and hands. Their ceramics are so expressive that look like they can talk and move on their own. Each one of Myostery’s ceramic handmade creations is unique and has a story.
Myostery (묘스테리) is a couple of ceramic artist from South Korea. At the University, they majored in Ceramics and Fine Arts. Proudly, the call their creations “Bebes”, because each of them is like their baby, made with love and extra care.Read More
Taiyaki is a fish-shaped pastry that is popular in Japan during festivals. It is eaten warm and freshly baked from street food vendors, taiyaki shops and cafes. Tai-yaki means “baked sea bream”. Tai (sea bream) is known as the “the king of fish” in Japan and is considered a lucky symbol.Read More