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honeyrolls · 4 days ago
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Panda Gelato / Panda Crêpe
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hkgirlinjp · 2 years ago
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鬆弛熊登陸Netflix!日本限定鬆弛熊餐點可愛到唔捨得食
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Netflix間中都會將日本漫畫製作成動畫或真人版電影,繼《死亡筆記》、《龬之煉金術師》後最近又有新作,主角就係大人細路都like爆嘅鬆弛熊!
鬆弛熊日文名係Rilakkuma,由英文"Relax"及"Kuma"(日文解作熊)組合而成,由於日本人每日工作繁忙,但其實內心都好想生活得輕鬆自在,所以設計呢個角色嘅近藤亞希,希望藉住鬆弛熊來實現都市人嘅願望。
鬆弛熊一紅就紅足15年,第一部長篇動畫《輕鬆小熊與小薰》嚟緊將於4月19日在Netflix平台獨家播放,合共13集,每集10分鐘,內容講述一位打工仔小薰與鬆弛熊同居發生嘅日常趣事,小薰成日都好黑仔,不過鬆弛熊就好似暖男咁默默守護喺小薰身邊!其他角色好似豬鼻雞、小白熊都會亮相,啱晒平日忙爆嘅香港人,收工返屋企hea住睇,放鬆一下!
粉絲淨係睇卡通又點夠喉,不如食埋鬆弛熊和菓子同埋鹹甜點落肚!去開日本記住幫襯呀~
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1.櫻花和菓子
繼Hello Kitty、多啦A夢、米奇老鼠等卡通角色後,BANDAI再次推出卡通造型和菓子!今次以鬆弛熊及豬鼻雞做主角,適逢櫻花季,熊同雞仔都戴住櫻花飾物化身超可愛「食べマス」日式和菓子,一盒兩款,鬆弛熊內餡係黑蜜味,小黃雞就係櫻花味,每盒售價為395日圓,於日本全國LAWSON便利店有售。
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2.期間限定cafe
日本人氣服飾品牌gelato pique旗下gelato pique cafe近日聯乘鬆弛熊,即日至5月6日開設「gelato pique cafe meets with RiLAKKUMA」期間限定cafe,推出一連串鬆弛熊造型餐點包括漢堡、咖哩蛋包飯、High Tea套餐等,仲有可外帶嘅甜品禮盒,樣樣都得意到唔捨得食呀!
圖片來源:Netflix、Bandai、gelato pique
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vogue-tw-yahoopartner · 3 years ago
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炎夏降溫提案,芒果也來參戰!2018夏季話題冰品、冷飲大集合Vol.4
還沒進入最熱的7、8月,冰品大戰的熱鬧程度就和戶外的氣溫一樣節節高升,夏天必吃的芒果、出其不意的驚喜聯名與創意造型,打造出多種精彩紛呈的話題冰品冷飲。
  1. gelato pique cafe芒果新品登場
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法式可麗餅專賣店gelato pique cafe於6月15日起在北中兩地同步推出4款芒果新品,頂級愛文芒果化身多種形態,包括新鮮芒果丁、芒果果醬、芒果雪酪,再交相組合出酸甜濃郁的夏季滋味。外皮酥脆入口Q彈的可麗餅皮,包裹著愛文芒果塊和芒果果醬的「黃金芒果可麗餅」,撒上杏仁碎片凸顯芒果的香甜;還可加入香草冰淇淋或芒果雪酪做成「芒果冰淇淋可麗餅」,份量扎實滿足感破表。
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去年期間限定販售的蜷尾家海鹽牛乳霜淇淋,今年再度復活,除了單隻販售外,也加入冰凍芒果塊和手工特製芒果醬做成「芒果聖代」,恰到好處的甜味是大人們會喜歡的口感;將急速冷凍的芒果果肉打成濃稠的「黃金芒果果昔」,入口細緻綿密、果味濃郁,讓人涼到心坎裡。
Gelato Pique Cafe 台北店:信義新天地A8 2樓空橋 (台北市信義區松高路12號2樓) 台中店:新光中港店10樓 (台中市西屯區台灣大道3段301號10樓) 營業時間 台北:11:00-21:30(平日)、11:00-22:00(假日) 台中:11:00-22:00(平日)、10:30-22:00(假日)
  2. 可口可樂台灣紀念瓶
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1968年正式在台發售的「可口可樂」,為了歡慶50周年這個別具紀念意義的年份,以「50th 相伴台灣」為主軸,陸續推出「花卉瓶」、「黑熊瓶」、「古厝瓶」、「美食瓶」與「懷舊瓶」等五款結合台灣在地風情的玻璃曲線瓶。6月20日加碼推出首支以台灣地標為設計主體的鋁瓶版(NT$69/瓶),經典的紅色曲線瓶身融合手繪風格的台北101、捷運、摩天輪圖案,勢必再引發一波收藏熱潮。這支可口可樂台灣紀念鋁瓶除了在各大通路都可購入外,更與台北101合作兩款紀念禮盒,於台北101獨家販售。
  3. 台南晶英 X Haagen-Dazs創意造型冰品
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台南晶英玩心大發,與Haagen-Dazs聯手,創作出看似美式速食但吃起來卻是冰淇淋的造型冰品—「芒果巧克力漢堡」外層以芝麻酸奶蛋糕製成漢堡麵包,夾進象徵肉排的巧克力冰淇淋,放上新鮮草莓與芒果凍假扮成紅椒與起司片;「奇異芒果三明治」是將QQ的奇異果凍、新鮮芒果與覆盆子雪酪,夾在外層酥脆、內部柔軟的榛果達克瓦茲中;「芒莓果熱狗堡」選用表面酥脆、內裡蓬鬆的布里歐麵包,放入含有香脆夏威夷果仁冰淇淋,再搭配香甜芒果凍以及清爽的覆盆莓果泥,堪稱史上最清涼的熱狗堡。 除此之外,還有以小紅帽為主題,推出夾入八種不同口味Haagen-Dazs冰淇淋的馬卡龍,粉彩的配色讓這款甜點少女心爆棚。
台南晶英酒店 X Haagen-Dazs – 夏日冰品 販售期間:即日起至9月30日 販售時間:每日13:00-20:00台南晶英酒店一樓大廳外(快閃甜點攤)
  4. 肯德基花漾苺好氣泡飲、冰淇淋大福同步上市 速食店肯德基6月也推出沁涼聖品「花漾苺好氣泡飲」(單點NT$59;套餐中可升級NT$25;第二杯半價)及掌上明珠系列冰品「草苺起司冰淇淋大福」、「焦糖玫瑰鹽冰淇淋大福」(單點NT$49/顆;NT$390/8入禮盒)對抗炎夏,氣泡飲以苺果果露作為基底,加入七喜汽水與富含維生素的覆盆子果實,最後灑上蔓越苺與藍苺果乾做點綴,就算大熱天也能為女孩們帶來紅潤好氣色。
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此外,肯德基今年也同步推出掌上明珠系列冰品「草苺起司冰淇淋大福」、「焦糖玫瑰鹽冰淇淋大福」。過去曾推出過的草苺起司風味將法式經典融入大福中,由冰涼Q彈麻糬大福皮,搭配草苺起司冰淇淋,一口咬下可享受香甜的草苺果粒及草苺醬,拌上馬斯卡邦起司,讓冰淇淋口感更綿密香醇;焦糖玫瑰鹽風味則以香醇濃郁的焦糖香氣,佐以玫瑰鹽及巧克力酥餅帶來的平衡滋味,外Q冰綿的多層次口感與香氣讓人一口著迷。冰淇淋大福有8入裝的精緻Tiffany藍禮盒以及單顆的少女心包裝,讓客人可以自由選購。
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  5. 雀巢X萊爾富「美祿恐龍冰沙」 雀巢今年夏天首度攜手萊爾富,推出新加坡國民飲料美祿的創意新吃法 「美祿恐龍冰沙」(NT$70;即日起至7月17日第2件6折),將新加坡最熱門的美祿吃法「美祿恐龍」改版再升級,將美祿製成冰沙再加入香濃鮮乳,攪拌後撒上滿滿的美祿粉,透過冰沙的低溫,讓美祿粉結成一團團的顆粒,高低不平看起來有如恐龍背脊般,喝起來還有爽脆口感,炎炎夏日超適合來上一杯。此外,現在只要在上雀巢官方粉絲團參加抽獎活動,還可把獨家限量的美祿恐龍玩偶及美祿恐龍識別證吊牌帶回家。
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  6. 麥當勞夏日限定「可可布朗尼冰品」 一到夏天就擁有超人氣的冰炫風今年6月20日起至8月21日再度推出全新「可可布朗尼系列冰品」,包括「可可布朗尼冰炫風」(NT$65)及「可可布朗尼花聖代」(NT$45),以荷蘭進口的苦甜可可粉,搭配奶味濃醇的冰淇淋及口感綿密的布朗尼,一次感受豐富的苦甜冰涼新滋味!此外,冰炫風也悄悄換上全新包裝,移除塑膠杯蓋,並以獲得森林管理委員會FSC認證的紙張一體成形,杯緣展開時造型有如皇冠,杯身圖樣則以冰炫風意象作為靈感發想而成。
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  7.好丘夏季限定 4款「山系冰品」 每年夏天都會推出翻玩台灣在地口味創意冰品的好丘,今年以台灣從北到南最具代表性的四座山「玉山、阿里山、合歡山、陽明山」為靈感,以清冰為底,層疊上多種當季水果與自製果凍,並分別搭配海鹽奶霜、芝麻糊或白湯圓,創作出四款「山系冰品」。每款口味除了能吃出地域的關聯性,高高疊起的造型也十分符合當今「相機先食」的打卡潮流。
【玉山 YUSHAN】$240 在清豪爽地鋪上新鮮的愛文芒果與鳳梨,山腰間藏有爽脆銀耳,山頂上覆蓋著酸甜金桔果凍,最後淋上以百香果及龍眼蜜特製的清爽果漿。
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【阿里山 ALISHAN】$240 以海鹽鮮奶霜點綴上茶粉再現阿里山著名的繞山雲海,山頂放置使用「GOODMAN ROASTER」咖啡製作的咖啡凍,最後淋上以手工製咖啡糖醬。
【合歡山 HEHUAN】$240 以四季如畫而盛名遠播,因此選用南投無毒玫瑰花瓣搭配香脆蘋果丁重現群山花毯,再點綴當季甜如蜜的荔枝鮮果與自製荔枝凍,最後在山頂覆蓋上點題的玫瑰果凍。
【陽明山YANGMINGSHAN】$240 舊名「草山」,以其獨特的火山地形著稱,因此選用低溫磨製的濃味茶粉厚蓋成為蔥鬱草原,搭配山腰的軟綿香甜花生,再鋪上ㄧ整圈濃郁的芝麻糊與白湯圓再現火山地形的冉冉雲霧。
好丘信義店 地址:台北市信義區松勤街54號
  8. niko and …X 蜷尾家
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曾在4/26和5/5舉辦的2018 Vogue風格野餐日中快閃登場的「niko and …X 蜷尾家」聯名冰品—「焦糖海鹽冰淇淋麵包」,重新登陸niko and …台北旗艦店,同時加碼「桂花鳳梨冰淇淋紅茶」,於6/29-7/29展開為期一個月的期間限定販售。 蜷尾家使用嘉義州南鹽場的海鹽製作焦糖海鹽冰淇淋,搭配體積特意縮小的niko and …招牌麵包,大大減少了食用時的滿腹感,讓你更有餘裕感受鹹甜交織的絕妙口感。「桂花鳳梨冰淇淋紅茶」使用富含桂花香的關廟鳳梨冰淇淋,搭配Q彈十足口感的椰果,無糖紅茶調和了過度甜膩的隱憂,反而更加清涼爽口。
niko and … × 蜷尾家 販售時間:2018年6月29日(五)~7月29日(日) 售價: 焦糖海鹽冰淇淋麵包100元 桂花鳳梨冰淇淋紅茶 130元 販售地點:
niko and …TAIPEI 台北市大安區忠孝東路四段142號1樓(忠孝敦化捷運站5號出口)
  9. COLD STONE「金桔芒果」新冰報到
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COLD STONE以「水果茶」為概念,加入低甜度、清爽感兩大考量,調配出黃金比例的「金芒盛夏經典冰淇淋」,結合金桔雪貝、愛文芒果、法國草莓,每一口除了都能吃到香甜果肉,還有水蜜桃果凍增加Q彈口感。
另一款全台15家門市限定販售的「芒果麻糬冰淇淋鬆餅」,豪氣使用一整顆屏東愛文芒果切丁,搭配現點現烤的美式麻糬鬆餅,淋上愛文芒果醬、煉乳,最後放上超人氣草莓冰淇淋,是十分超值的午茶輕食提案。
鬆餅限定販售門市:京站二門市、徐匯門市、美麗華門市、板站門市、中壢門市、桃新門市、中園門市、新巨門市、經國門市、麗寶門市、夢時代門市、巨蛋門市、左新門市、屏東門市、南紡門市 販售日期:6/29起
※編輯:Silvia, Wendy VOGUE.TW | 來源:各品牌
(完整文章請看VOGUE.com)
  延伸閱讀 消暑大作戰!2018夏季話題冰品、冷飲大集合Vol.3 大熱天不來點冰的會受不了?夏季消暑必備冰品、冷飲大集合Vol.2
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chun-xxx · a year ago
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2020.09.01 【過去ログ】
ジェラピケのカフェがフォーラス内にオープンした際、友達とクレープを食べに行きました。味は普通に美味しかったです。
『gelato pique cafe』
【場所】 金沢フォーラス1階
【営業時間】 10:00 ~ 21:00
【定休日】 なし
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honeyrolls · 5 days ago
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Café Gelato Pique
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chinupacoroman · 4 years ago
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Ang Pagbibinata ni Joven Hernando-Bernal (alternately, The Life and Times of Jovito Hernando, Bernal Brother #3) a fic by @toniongbuwan​​ / @ipakomokoroman​​ with @sumbungero​​ / @chinupacoroman​​ images by @dettsu / @bagyong-goyong​​ 1,182 words of 17k+ | PG | Pacoven (One-sided), Paco Roman/Juliana Piqueras cw: eating disorder chapter index: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
Chapter 15: “Permanently, I think.”
Most first heartbreaks happen over epic misunderstandings, tragic circumstances, and irreconcilable differences. They happen in hospital rooms, over tables in sidewalk cafes, inside cars while the rain pounds outside. Some people, more fortunate, have their hearts broken while sitting in the plush seats of a movie house, staring at a wide theatre screen, love failing in glorious 3D and full Dolby Stereo.
For Joven, his first heartbreak happened in the most mundane manner: sitting on a dining table sipping spicy sour soup, while the cause of his heartbreak laughed two places over from his seat, feeding his girlfriend shrimp from his own fork.
Now, up on his room, his breath dragged while tears spilled down his cheeks. His chest hurt. He turned to his side and buried his face on the crook of the neck of his favorite stuffed bear, which ironically, shared the same name as the person that he was crying over. 
The door creaked open slowly, Paco’s head poking in. “Jovito?” he whispered, “uuwi na kami.”
“Love, tulog na ‘ata siya,” a female voice in the hallway. Jules. “Huwag mo nang gisingin, kawawa naman, siya daw nag-prepare ng birthday dinner ni Manuel.”
Paco closed the door, but not before Joven heard him say, “Ayaw ko lang kasi na umuwi na hindi siya nakikita. Para kasing malungkot siya kanina.”
Joven shut his eyes and ignored them both.
With Jules back in Manila (“Permanently, I think.” his Kuya Manuel said over breakfast) Paco’s visits became less frequent. When once he was a semi-permanent fixture in the Bernal living room (“Iparenta na kaya natin kay Kuya Paco yung sofa? Parang sa bedspacer?” “Joselito!”), he now visited once weekly at most, and only with Jules in tow. Everyone else saw nothing untoward or strange in this. Paco and Jules had been apart for so long, it was only be natural that they spend time together. Of course, the days that he visited with Jules would be the same days that Joven’s illness would suspiciously reappear and he would have to keep to his room. 
Joven mostly slept, for the waking world brought on heartache. He’d sleep so much that the skin on his scalp and the limbs that he was resting on would grow numb. Food held no interest for him, nor anything for that matter. Every song was painful, every movie a recollection that he’d rather not have. He paid so little attention at school that one of his friends took him aside to ask him if he was on medication. The illegal kind.
He'd cry at the most random places. He didn't know what he was crying about. Was it Paco? Was it him and Jules? Was it the dull ache on his heart that never seemed to go away? Was it even anything at all? The tears sparked his self-loathing; he felt ridiculous and embarrassed at his helplessness.
José gave up on calling him down for dinner. He started putting Joven’s meals in microwaveable containers, but grew furious when they all remained untouched. “Hoy, Jovito, papatayin mo ba sarili mo! Kumain ka nga dito sa baba.” Joven threw a pillow over his head, ignored him and went back to sleep.
After more than a week of this routine, José brought out the big guns. This time, it was Manuel who came to Joven’s room, grim-faced.
“Joven, gumising ka diyan. Ang tagal mo nang puro tulog.” He snatched the blanket from Joven’s head. “Get up.”
Joven sat up on his bed, back to the wall. His eyes were bloodshot and his lip was bleeding from where it had cracked.
“I expect this kind of thing sa kuya mo. Pero ikaw Joven? Hinde. Hindi ka kumakain, palagi ka lang natutulog o kaya tulala.” Manuel spoke, hands on his hips, forehead furrowed. “Ano bang nangyayari sayo? Binubully ka ba sa school? May problema ka ba na hindi mo sinasabi? Nagwoworry na kami ng kuya mo. Anong gusto mong gawin namin para sa ‘yo?”
Joven stared on, silent, and chewed on the dried piece of skin of his lower lip. Finally, he said “Kuya, masama pakiramdam ko. Gusto ko lang matulog.”
Manuel shook his head and left his room. After that, he took to bringing food up to Joven on a tray and watching him gulp down a few spoonfuls of soup before Joven begged for sleep.
Once, Paco came up to his room and sat on the foot of his bed. “Magaling ka na ba? Halika, punta na tayo sa doctor.” he urged. Joven just turned on his side and resolutely stared at the wall. Paco sighed and reaching out to squeeze his ankle, left. Joven took to locking his room after that.
But Paco persisted, deaf to Manuel’s murmured instructions to give Joven some peace. He’d  invite Joven numerous times to out-of town-weekends with him and Jules: Tagaytay, Calaguas, Palawan, Bohol. Telling him that Jules had generously offered to pay for his fare and accommodation, that he need not worry. Joven declined all of them. He’d leave food, to tempt Joven's appetite into eating; platefuls of fettuccine, siomai, cheese pizza, tubs of gelato. Joven left them all inside the refrigerator to spoil before his kuyas could eat them for him.
In a fit of pique and loneliness, he texted Goyong. José’s friend was mostly politely apathetic towards anything that concerned Paco, or even Joven for that matter. Joven wanted to talk someone familiar, but without the threat of Paco’s name looming up in the conversation.
“Hey.” he typed.
After a few seconds, his phone buzzed.
“Oi.” and then “Musta di na kita nakikita?”
“Nagkasakit lang.” His stomach grumbled. His hands were on the keypad, labas tayo, nagugutom ako. He wanted to type. But going out meant rising up from bed and facing too many things that would remind him of Paco. In the end, he decided against it and locked his screen. He tucked it back under his pillow and slept, ignoring the insistent buzzing.
Weeks passed and Joven wasted away. His shirts started hanging loosely on his frame, and he couldn’t even gather the strength to walk up a flight of stairs. He felt dizzy and couldn’t keep down his food. After a particularly bad bout of crying his chest hurt so badly that he had to knock on his Kuya José’s door for help. The feigned illness that he’d insisted on was threatening to become real. With his brother’s insistence, they went to the emergency room. Tests were done and it was concluded; cardiomyopathy.
The doctor, a kind elderly man with thinning hair, tiredly sipped his cup of coffee. “It’s the weakening of the heart muscles. Baka stress, lack of proper diet, exercise or rest. Popularly, it’s called the Broken Heart Syndrome. Anatomically that’s a lie. The heart doesn’t break, of course. The muscles in our heart are the strongest in our body. But,” and here he looked at Joven lying down on the sterile hospital bed, curled pitifully, “it does get tired.”
“But he doesn’t have a history of heart illnesses.” Manuel stated, puzzled. “Nor does his family, I think.”
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