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Yield: 1 batch of cupcakes (approx. 12)
*You can also make this recipe into a loaf cake; the cooking time will be approximately 45 minutes
You can use any frosting you would like. I used a plain white store bought frosting, and also used this same frosting mixed with green tea powder to make a green tea frosting. If you would like to make your own green tea frosting, a good recipe I found for matcha buttercream frosting at matcha source.com is below.
Juliann Panehal is a current student at Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration; she also enjoys working in the kitchen of the Statler Hotel and being a TA for a Wines course at Cornell. Juliann is originally from Kailua-Kona, HI, and attended the University of Hawaii at Hilo and the University of Washington in Seattle before transferring to Cornell in 2010. In Hawaii and Seattle, she spent time working as a sushi chef while in school. Her favorite thing to do is to travel and try new foods. Upon graduation, Juliann would like to travel internationally, especially to Asia, to experience the cuisine of the regions firsthand and to learn about different cultures. She hopes you enjoy the recipes she provided and that you have a great time experimenting in your kitchen!
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The City of Shimada in #Japan’s largest production region for #tea, #Shizuoka Prefecture, has a rap music video in English/Japanese/French (French rap sounds pretty cool). All the cool dance scenes are at a temple rather than the #teafields which disappoints but all in all I...
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