Fabipops unveiled its first showroom in Park Slope, N.Y., debuting to the public on August 2, 2013 and becoming the first cake pop shop in Brooklyn. After being open for only a few short months Fabipops has become widely known in the area for its tasty desserts and intricate artwork and has become a sensation among celebrity events.
Fabipops have become a substitute to traditional cakes and dessert platters, as it fulfills two of the largest trends that are currently being adopted into the daily lives of consumers: cutting back on costs and becoming more environmentally friendly, while of course keep its status as a luxury dessert.
Each portion-controlled sized cake pop can be designed for a customer’s liking, right down to the very teaspoon. Fabiopops come in the form of cake pops, ring pops and push pops, all of which can be altered to fit the needs for any holiday or occasion and are available in a dozen flavors which include: Birthday Cake, S’mores, Cotton Candy, Winter Breeze, Lemon Raspberry Drop, Almond, Strawberry Shortcake, CheeseCake Pop, Cookies and Cream, and Brooklyn Batter. Fabipops also makes alcohol infused Fabipops & gluten, dairy, and nut-free Fabipops.
60 4th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
The recipe for the sushi vinegar is 10-4-1 by volume, so it can be 10 cups vinegar, 4 cups of sugar, and 1 cup of salt. If you use cups you might end up making too much vinegar. Going with oz is better.
A very important part about sushi rice is the amount of water you put into the rice cooker. Anyone who has a rice cooker can find a line that says “Sushi”, so that’d be the water level. Firing at regular amount of water would make sushi rice too wet after mixing, also it will be hard to mix since some grains will be stuck together due to wetness.
Chef Taichi was born and raised in Kyoto, Japan. When he was 17, he moved to Seattle as a one-year exchange student. When he went to college, Taichi started working in Japanese restaurants. He begain his training at Shiro’s in Belltown Seattle. Shiro is one of the oldest sushi places in the US. Shiro came from the same training background as the famous Jiro in the Jiro’s Dream of Sushi documentary.
Taichi opend Chiso in Fremont, Seattle. He owned the restaurant for 10 years before he opened up Sushi Kappo Tamura with his business partner, Steve Tamura. Together, Steve manages the front of house, he is an expert in sake and he tries to make Sushi Kappo Tamura a really enjoyable place for both sushi and sake.
The name Kappo, written in kanji is 割烹, which pretty much means slice and cook. Kappo style restaurant is known in osaka, in which the chef cooks in front of customers.
2968 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA 98102
Discover Mystic, Connecticut with CiCi Li in the VIP Pass! The peaceful and serene atmosphere is just so welcoming. In this episode we will eat seafood, of course. We’ll also explore the surroundings and visit an inspiring glassblower. Do some paddle boarding, etc… Besides the relaxing atmosphere, the major attraction here is the Museum of America and the Sea. They have more than five hundred historic vessels. They’ve also recreated a village that’s set in 1817.