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Hi, I'm Tash – also known as Tashcakes, a nickname that stuck from my original recipes blog with the same name. I'm a content editor and copywriter by day, and a foodie 24/7. Ask me if you want to know about cakes and desserts (of course), all things matcha and pandan, and East / South East Asian food. And feel free to ask for baking tips too!
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Cannoli at Dolcezza Bonhill is so special because A fab little hidden gem of a cafe in London. You can choose Nutella, ricotta chocolate chip or pichachio cream-filled cannoli (or like me, go half-half with two!). The cannoli are filled to order, so the pastry stays deliciously crisp and...
Bahelawi Plate at Merkamo Ethiopian is so special because Complete with beautiful swirls of rolled-up and sliced fermented injera bread, there's also dhal, okra, spinach and other deliciously marinated grains. Let's not forget the satisfying deep fried doughnut-like dumpling. And it's all just £6.50.
Raspberry Almond Croissant at PAUL Hampstead is so special because The buttery soft pastry is jam-packed full of aromatic almond frangipane, and studded on the inside with raspberries that have almost melted into everything from the second bake. Pure heaven.
Matcha Crispy Sundae and Yuzu Float at TSUJIRI Matcha House is so special because The zingy-smooth yuzu float and the Tsujiri signature crispy sundae, both 1.8 strength matcha at Tsujiri's Chinatown branch. If you're a matcha lover, you can't miss this place.
Beijing Roast Duck and Roast Pork at Four Seasons is so special because Affordable and delicious, Four Seasons's roast meats have people forming 30-minute queues every day. The meat is tender and the skin is crisp.