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Summer Food: Patbingsu

Patbingsu is a Korean dessert that I just tried for the first time today!  Patbingsu can have an array of toppings. The one that I ate had red bean paste, rice cakes, condensed milk, toasted almonds, and shaved ice. It had a nutty and sweet flavor.

I grew up in  multicultural areas and I am used to Pakistani and American summer time treats. Patbingsu reminds me of desserts form both countries, but the addition of red bean is what makes it really unique. I highly recommend it if you are in an area to try it!

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