I like confectioner have to often use emoticons desserts. In his correspondence, I use those or other emoticons, but I know no more than 10%. But there are plenty of them, and new ones are added every day.
For some emoticons I can easily understand what they mean, but some are introduced me puzzled. So I decided to find out, and today I'll tell you about the most bizarre emoticons from food section.
🥮 — moon cake
This bakery, which is prepared to celebrate the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. This cake is called Yuebin in China is considered to be an indispensable delicacy.
🍯 — honey pot
This smiley face, I think, it is not necessary to explain, but I did not once saw in him a pot of honey.
🍮 — custard
A popular dessert that is made from eggs, sugar and milk or cream. By the way, I have prepared this dessert, I leave a link at end of article.
Now that you know what emoticons represent a pot of honey, custard and that is the moon cake. What next?
🥠 — fortune cookies
Many believe that this cookie came to us from China, but it is not. This cookie has appeared in the US in the Chinese and Japanese restaurants at the beginning of the XX century.
🍧 — planed ice
Dessert, popular in Hawaii. Ice literally planed, due to which it is easily soaked sweet syrup with which it is served.
🍡 — dango
Japanese food, which is very often seen in the street eatery. It is prepared from rice flour, starch, sugar and water. Dango is very popular among the Japanese, and it is eaten as a sweet and salted sauces.
🍘 — rice biscuits
Japanese cookies Senbey, which is prepared from boiled rice and rice flour and served wrapped in nori leaves.
And what emoticons you use most often, tell us about it in the comments.
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