Sumary of ‘Beef Candy’ blurs the line between sukiyaki and candy:
- Adding to the general confusion, this hard candy is given the salty and sweet flavors of soy sauce, sugar, and sake often found in sukiyaki..
- According to the online shop where Beef Candy is exclusively sold, recommended serving is to just knock off a piece of your desired size with a hammer..
- It can also be purchased in a Paulownia wood box for 1,500 yen or a thriftier supermarket butcher tray for only 1,250 yen..
- In either case, you’ll be getting high-quality handmade candy from one of Papabubble certified candy artisans..
- However, due to this craftsmanship, orders need to be made in advance, and those who order now should expect to receive their Beef Candy after July 1…