Deep-fried and then drenched in a honey syrup, yak kwa are a traditional Korean sweet flavored with sesame oil and fresh ginger juice. Our version of the cookie is adapted from Authentic Recipes from Korea; serve them warm with a dusting of cinnamon.
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Developed by astrologer/bartender Patricia Clark Hippolyte especially for fun-loving Sagittarius, these mouth-puckering Jell-O shots turn the classic margarita on its head. Ginger simple syrup adds a bit of Asian-inspired flavor, a nod to Sagittarius' love of travel. See the recipe »
Frequently found in Japanese baking, black sugar, or kuru sato, is made by boiling unrefined sugar cane and has a flavor similar to dark brown sugar. Combined with ginger, it adds spice and a deep molasses flavor to a traditional old-fashioned in a recipe from Brooklyn restaurant Shalom Japan.