Asian desserts featuring ingredients like matcha, ube, pandan, and black sesame have been widely available at Asian bakeries and cafes in the Seattle area for years. But the owners of a new Seattle pop-up bakery, Milk and Mochi, have been drawing lines at their pop-ups for combining these bold Asian flavors with popular Western-style desserts like cakes and the business’ now social-media famous creampuffs.
Sisters Nancy and Hannah Phan were born in Saigon, Vietnam and grew up in the Los Angeles area before moving to Seattle in the last decade. The duo credit their upbringing in a food-focused family in the cultural melting pot of Southern California as
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