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Dodo, Roland Savery In 1505, Portuguese explorers discovered the island of Mauritius and the 50 lb flightless Dodos which supplemented their food stores. Imported pigs, monkeys and rats fed on the Dodos eggs in their ground nests. The last Dodo was killed in 1681. news-and-articles-portugal
Japanese cake with roots in Portugal | by Bill Daley, Chicago Tribune May 16, 2012 | Kasutera, also called castella, is a popular Japanese sponge cake that has Portuguese roots. This recipe is adapted from Makiko Ito's Japanese food blog, "Just Hungry."...
Japanese cake and green tea
Wagashi- A traditional japanese confectionary meant to be enjoyed with green tea. I have yet to find a place in Vancouver that sells/serves wagashi
French-style Japanese pastry
Japanese sweets -Taiyaki Keywords: #weddings #jevelweddingplanning Follow Us: www.jevelweddingp... www.facebook.com/...
Japanese cake styling
Japanese Sponge Cake! yum! in japan I'd eat this for morning and afternoon tea while on holidays there!