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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 26, 2015 10:07 am

We hope everyone has a wonderful day celebrating with family and friends! What are you thankful for this year?

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3 Deliciously Festive Pumpkin Pie Recipes

November 25, 2015 10:15 am

Your go-to pumpkin pie recipe doesn’t have to be passed down from generations in order to be totally delicious, and these new and improved pumpkin pie recipes prove it. Whether you’re looking for something classic or something with a bit of an edge, these recipes are sure to fit the bill.

Bruleed Pumpkin Pie [marthastewart.com/]
This recipe combines the smooth, warm flavors of pumpkin pie with the crispy, caramelized topping of a crème brulee. The entire thing is made from scratch, from the crust to the burnt topping, so this is one that is sure to impress your dinner guests.

Cinnamon Pumpkin Pie Recipe [tasteofhome.com]
For a pumpkin pie recipe that’s a bit more classic, this one will get the job done. It tastes just as rich and creamy as the pumpkin pies that you’ve know and loved, but the addition of an extra dose of cinnamon adds a spicy flavor that’s anything but boring.

Pumpkin Pie Spectacular [myrecipes.com]
For the at-home baker who is looking to make a statement with his or her pie, this one truly is spectacular. Its crushed gingersnap crumble and whole gingersnap cookie topping make it stand out against the rest of the pies on the dessert table.

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Don’t Miss the Spicy Chicken Feet at Kayumi

November 18, 2015 12:49 pm

Fremont's Kayumi specializes in Korean fusion, and although its menu isn't extra lengthy, it's certainly not simple. After all, there aren't many other spots in the city where you can get spicy chicken feet. They're a signature dish at Kayumi and, according to Yelp reviews, they live up to the hype. Even if you've already tasted the Chinese dim-sum style of spicy chicken feet, Kayumi's version is worth a try. According to the reviews, they're really in their own category.

Other specialties at this unique fusion eatery include pork leg, ginseng chicken soup, kimchi hot pots, and fried rice. But if you're more interested in classic Korean dishes, you should try the fried or spicy squid, the seafood pancake, or the bibimbab. Then again, you can always opt for something slightly more familiar such as fried chicken, chili cheese fries, or clam soup with some beer or soju on the side.

40645 Fremont Boulevard
Fremont, CA 94538
(510) 353-1088

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