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UD Spoon Takes Whole Foods

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Recently, the Spoon UD team got the awesome opportunity to visit our local Whole Foods for a private demo. We met Kristen, the in-house healthy eating specialist. She talked to us about tricks to staying healthy while navigating a busy college lifestyle and making sense of the high fructose corn syrup world. “I’ve been in college twice” she explained, “the hardest thing was having a healthy snack on hand. If there were chips around, I was going to eat them.” Her solution? “Batch cook and have something quickly available that you enjoy eating. Always bring tupperware on busy days!”

Photo by Caroline Grew

Photo by Caroline Grew

Kristen also told us how to get the most bang for our buck while still enjoying really healthy food. She suggested to focusing on super flavorful foods. An easy way to do this is to pick a few favorite spices and buy them in Whole Foods’ bulk area. The team learned how to make coconut curry pumpkin soup and devoured it once it was all made. Kristen advised us that soup is always a great option to make because it is usually cheap, hard to mess up and can pack both health benefits and flavor. Music to a college student’s ears.

Photo by Caroline Grew

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Taiyaki (Video) 鯛焼き

A classic street vendor snack in Japan, Taiyaki is a warm fish-shaped cake with red bean filling. This waffle-like Japanese snack is very popular at street fairs and festivals in Japan. In this recipe, I’ll show you how you can make fresh hot Taiyaki at home.

Taiyaki ?

Taiyaki (鯛焼き) a fish-shape cake/snack filled with azuki sweet red bean paste. During the street fair and festivals, you’ll see it being cooked on a fish-shaped iron mold.

Why Taiyaki is Fish-shaped?

The original taiyaki iron mold was round and the mold was for (still is) making Imagawayaki , which is the same as Taiyaki but with a circular shape.

Back in Meiji-era (1868 – 1912), Tai (sea bream) was considered a very expensive fish and only eaten for special celebrations. Though unclear which sweet shops actually started the trend, they decided to change the snack from its circular shape mold to the sea bream shape mold, and the sea-bream-shaped cake was born and became a huge hit.

Tai means “sea bream” and yaki means “grilled/baked”, hence that’s the origin of taiyaki.

Taiyaki Pan and started to make taiyaki at home.


Taiyaki (Video) 鯛焼き

A classic street vendor snack in Japan, Taiyaki is a warm fish-shaped cake with red bean filling. This waffle-like Japanese snack is very popular at street fairs and festivals in Japan. In this recipe, I’ll show you how you can make fresh hot Taiyaki at home.

Taiyaki ?

Taiyaki (鯛焼き) a fish-shape cake/snack filled with azuki sweet red bean paste. During the street fair and festivals, you’ll see it being cooked on a fish-shaped iron mold.

Why Taiyaki is Fish-shaped?

The original taiyaki iron mold was round and the mold was for (still is) making Imagawayaki , which is the same as Taiyaki but with a circular shape.

Back in Meiji-era (1868 – 1912), Tai (sea bream) was considered a very expensive fish and only eaten for special celebrations. Though unclear which sweet shops actually started the trend, they decided to change the snack from its circular shape mold to the sea bream shape mold, and the sea-bream-shaped cake was born and became a huge hit.

Tai means “sea bream” and yaki means “grilled/baked”, hence that’s the origin of taiyaki.

Taiyaki Pan and started to make taiyaki at home.


Taiyaki (Video) 鯛焼き

A classic street vendor snack in Japan, Taiyaki is a warm fish-shaped cake with red bean filling. This waffle-like Japanese snack is very popular at street fairs and festivals in Japan. In this recipe, I’ll show you how you can make fresh hot Taiyaki at home.

Taiyaki ?

Taiyaki (鯛焼き) a fish-shape cake/snack filled with azuki sweet red bean paste. During the street fair and festivals, you’ll see it being cooked on a fish-shaped iron mold.

Why Taiyaki is Fish-shaped?

The original taiyaki iron mold was round and the mold was for (still is) making Imagawayaki , which is the same as Taiyaki but with a circular shape.

Back in Meiji-era (1868 – 1912), Tai (sea bream) was considered a very expensive fish and only eaten for special celebrations. Though unclear which sweet shops actually started the trend, they decided to change the snack from its circular shape mold to the sea bream shape mold, and the sea-bream-shaped cake was born and became a huge hit.

Tai means “sea bream” and yaki means “grilled/baked”, hence that’s the origin of taiyaki.

Taiyaki Pan and started to make taiyaki at home.


Taiyaki (Video) 鯛焼き

A classic street vendor snack in Japan, Taiyaki is a warm fish-shaped cake with red bean filling. This waffle-like Japanese snack is very popular at street fairs and festivals in Japan. In this recipe, I’ll show you how you can make fresh hot Taiyaki at home.

Taiyaki ?

Taiyaki (鯛焼き) a fish-shape cake/snack filled with azuki sweet red bean paste. During the street fair and festivals, you’ll see it being cooked on a fish-shaped iron mold.

Why Taiyaki is Fish-shaped?

The original taiyaki iron mold was round and the mold was for (still is) making Imagawayaki , which is the same as Taiyaki but with a circular shape.

Back in Meiji-era (1868 – 1912), Tai (sea bream) was considered a very expensive fish and only eaten for special celebrations. Though unclear which sweet shops actually started the trend, they decided to change the snack from its circular shape mold to the sea bream shape mold, and the sea-bream-shaped cake was born and became a huge hit.

Tai means “sea bream” and yaki means “grilled/baked”, hence that’s the origin of taiyaki.

Taiyaki Pan and started to make taiyaki at home.


Taiyaki (Video) 鯛焼き

A classic street vendor snack in Japan, Taiyaki is a warm fish-shaped cake with red bean filling. This waffle-like Japanese snack is very popular at street fairs and festivals in Japan. In this recipe, I’ll show you how you can make fresh hot Taiyaki at home.

Taiyaki ?

Taiyaki (鯛焼き) a fish-shape cake/snack filled with azuki sweet red bean paste. During the street fair and festivals, you’ll see it being cooked on a fish-shaped iron mold.

Why Taiyaki is Fish-shaped?

The original taiyaki iron mold was round and the mold was for (still is) making Imagawayaki , which is the same as Taiyaki but with a circular shape.

Back in Meiji-era (1868 – 1912), Tai (sea bream) was considered a very expensive fish and only eaten for special celebrations. Though unclear which sweet shops actually started the trend, they decided to change the snack from its circular shape mold to the sea bream shape mold, and the sea-bream-shaped cake was born and became a huge hit.

Tai means “sea bream” and yaki means “grilled/baked”, hence that’s the origin of taiyaki.

Taiyaki Pan and started to make taiyaki at home.


Taiyaki (Video) 鯛焼き

A classic street vendor snack in Japan, Taiyaki is a warm fish-shaped cake with red bean filling. This waffle-like Japanese snack is very popular at street fairs and festivals in Japan. In this recipe, I’ll show you how you can make fresh hot Taiyaki at home.

Taiyaki ?

Taiyaki (鯛焼き) a fish-shape cake/snack filled with azuki sweet red bean paste. During the street fair and festivals, you’ll see it being cooked on a fish-shaped iron mold.

Why Taiyaki is Fish-shaped?

The original taiyaki iron mold was round and the mold was for (still is) making Imagawayaki , which is the same as Taiyaki but with a circular shape.

Back in Meiji-era (1868 – 1912), Tai (sea bream) was considered a very expensive fish and only eaten for special celebrations. Though unclear which sweet shops actually started the trend, they decided to change the snack from its circular shape mold to the sea bream shape mold, and the sea-bream-shaped cake was born and became a huge hit.

Tai means “sea bream” and yaki means “grilled/baked”, hence that’s the origin of taiyaki.

Taiyaki Pan and started to make taiyaki at home.


Taiyaki (Video) 鯛焼き

A classic street vendor snack in Japan, Taiyaki is a warm fish-shaped cake with red bean filling. This waffle-like Japanese snack is very popular at street fairs and festivals in Japan. In this recipe, I’ll show you how you can make fresh hot Taiyaki at home.

Taiyaki ?

Taiyaki (鯛焼き) a fish-shape cake/snack filled with azuki sweet red bean paste. During the street fair and festivals, you’ll see it being cooked on a fish-shaped iron mold.

Why Taiyaki is Fish-shaped?

The original taiyaki iron mold was round and the mold was for (still is) making Imagawayaki , which is the same as Taiyaki but with a circular shape.

Back in Meiji-era (1868 – 1912), Tai (sea bream) was considered a very expensive fish and only eaten for special celebrations. Though unclear which sweet shops actually started the trend, they decided to change the snack from its circular shape mold to the sea bream shape mold, and the sea-bream-shaped cake was born and became a huge hit.

Tai means “sea bream” and yaki means “grilled/baked”, hence that’s the origin of taiyaki.

Taiyaki Pan and started to make taiyaki at home.


Taiyaki (Video) 鯛焼き

A classic street vendor snack in Japan, Taiyaki is a warm fish-shaped cake with red bean filling. This waffle-like Japanese snack is very popular at street fairs and festivals in Japan. In this recipe, I’ll show you how you can make fresh hot Taiyaki at home.

Taiyaki ?

Taiyaki (鯛焼き) a fish-shape cake/snack filled with azuki sweet red bean paste. During the street fair and festivals, you’ll see it being cooked on a fish-shaped iron mold.

Why Taiyaki is Fish-shaped?

The original taiyaki iron mold was round and the mold was for (still is) making Imagawayaki , which is the same as Taiyaki but with a circular shape.

Back in Meiji-era (1868 – 1912), Tai (sea bream) was considered a very expensive fish and only eaten for special celebrations. Though unclear which sweet shops actually started the trend, they decided to change the snack from its circular shape mold to the sea bream shape mold, and the sea-bream-shaped cake was born and became a huge hit.

Tai means “sea bream” and yaki means “grilled/baked”, hence that’s the origin of taiyaki.

Taiyaki Pan and started to make taiyaki at home.


Taiyaki (Video) 鯛焼き

A classic street vendor snack in Japan, Taiyaki is a warm fish-shaped cake with red bean filling. This waffle-like Japanese snack is very popular at street fairs and festivals in Japan. In this recipe, I’ll show you how you can make fresh hot Taiyaki at home.

Taiyaki ?

Taiyaki (鯛焼き) a fish-shape cake/snack filled with azuki sweet red bean paste. During the street fair and festivals, you’ll see it being cooked on a fish-shaped iron mold.

Why Taiyaki is Fish-shaped?

The original taiyaki iron mold was round and the mold was for (still is) making Imagawayaki , which is the same as Taiyaki but with a circular shape.

Back in Meiji-era (1868 – 1912), Tai (sea bream) was considered a very expensive fish and only eaten for special celebrations. Though unclear which sweet shops actually started the trend, they decided to change the snack from its circular shape mold to the sea bream shape mold, and the sea-bream-shaped cake was born and became a huge hit.

Tai means “sea bream” and yaki means “grilled/baked”, hence that’s the origin of taiyaki.

Taiyaki Pan and started to make taiyaki at home.


Taiyaki (Video) 鯛焼き

A classic street vendor snack in Japan, Taiyaki is a warm fish-shaped cake with red bean filling. This waffle-like Japanese snack is very popular at street fairs and festivals in Japan. In this recipe, I’ll show you how you can make fresh hot Taiyaki at home.

Taiyaki ?

Taiyaki (鯛焼き) a fish-shape cake/snack filled with azuki sweet red bean paste. During the street fair and festivals, you’ll see it being cooked on a fish-shaped iron mold.

Why Taiyaki is Fish-shaped?

The original taiyaki iron mold was round and the mold was for (still is) making Imagawayaki , which is the same as Taiyaki but with a circular shape.

Back in Meiji-era (1868 – 1912), Tai (sea bream) was considered a very expensive fish and only eaten for special celebrations. Though unclear which sweet shops actually started the trend, they decided to change the snack from its circular shape mold to the sea bream shape mold, and the sea-bream-shaped cake was born and became a huge hit.

Tai means “sea bream” and yaki means “grilled/baked”, hence that’s the origin of taiyaki.

Taiyaki Pan and started to make taiyaki at home.