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Julie's Bakeshop

>> Saturday, December 13, 2008

the trike that bring the goodies in our neighborhood

Ensaymada - P12.00/each

Ensaymada loaves (plain/ube) - P30.00/loaf

Sugared Cheese Bread - P6.00/each

Mongo Bread & Pan de Coco - P5.00/each

Question: Are Julie's Bakeshop products considered a Pinoy (albeit, new) street food?

2.5 out of 5


To Mark My Return

>> Wednesday, December 10, 2008

To mark my return in the blogging world (for good, I hope), I am gonna post the award that Lisa of A Simple Life had given me a few months back (which I gratefully acknowledged but I never had the chance to post and pass at that time till now). I would like to thank her for passing it on to me and I wanna say sorry for the delay in my picking it up.

To Lisa:

Sana hindi ka madala na bigyan ako ng award, pasensya na talaga, marami lang nangyari sa personal at tunay na buhay. Maraming salamat ulit sa pagbibigay ng Super Blogger Award sa akin!

And to keep the ball rolling, I'm passing the award to:


Pinoy Street Foods: Binatog

>> Tuesday, December 2, 2008

I don't know how should I classify binatog, is it a traditional Pinoy food or a Pinoy street food? What do you think? Traditional or not, eating binatog is a mark of Filipino kids and kids-at-heart - it is delicious, healthy, filling and oh so inexpensive.

Binatog - white corn bits mixed with grated coconut and your choice of salt or sugar.

Binatog - P10.00

4 out of 5



>> Friday, October 3, 2008

Naval St. Navotas City
(in front of the municipal hall)

Jolly Hotdog - P42.00

3.5 out of 5



>> Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Ensaimada/Ensaymada - P18.00

Gossip: The lady who sold those ensaymada to my mother told her that it was baked by a long-time staff of Betsy's and that the recipe was kinda stolen from the cake center. I am neither confirming nor denying the matter. Uhmm, I know you love me, xoxo - gossip girl *lol*.

3.5 out of 5


Red Ribbon

>> Monday, September 8, 2008

Red Ribbon Bakeshop
MC Square
Letre Road, Malabon City

Coffee Crunch (junior size) - P315.00

5 out of 5
(I want some right now!)


Food Friday: Ice Candy

>> Thursday, September 4, 2008

food friday

ice candy (buko salad flavor) - P5.00

5 out of 5
(it's one of my favorite treats)


A Plea, An Earnest Request and An Appeal

>> Thursday, August 28, 2008

Catchy title, eh? Actually, I just want to ask everyone a small favor, I am nominated over at Dashing Smiles as a possible winner of a free Blogger lay-out, and as you can see, I kinda have one of the most boring template ever (shh, I don't wanna hurt the feelings of the template's creator) and I really, really like a new one, something that will make this a foodie blog in a lay-out-y sense of the word. Anyone care to help me?

If your answer is yes (please, please, please, say yes, say yes!), all you have to do is go over at Dashing Smiles and vote for Kutsara at Tinidor. You can see the poll at the lower-right side of the site, just check the box beside Kutsara and Tinidor, click the vote icon and voila, you already did something to help your fellowman - which is me *grins*.

Just imagine, on your next visit here, a new tantalizing and delish template will greet you, ain't that nice. So, go on, go on, vote for me and make me happy!

Thank you! :)


I Didn't Know You Love Me, I Just Found Out

Dear Ms. Maiylah,

You really shouldn't have, but I am super, duper glad that you did. Thanks for the award, it really meant so much coming from you. Hail the Food Friday Queen *grins* (sorry, can't help it). A million thanks *bear hug*!


The rules of the award are:
1. The winner can put the logo on his/her blog.
2. Link the person you received your award from.
3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
4. Put links of those blogs on yours.
5. Leave a message on the blogs that you’ve nominated.

Now, for my pick...


Pastillas de Leche, Polvoron, Yema de Quezo

>> Tuesday, August 26, 2008

(somewhere in)

pastillas, polvoron, yema - P250.00 (all)

My brother got home yesterday from his team building affair in Laguna, carrying these sweeties - butter polvoron, pastillas de leche and yema de quezo. The trio cost him 250 bucks, which is kinda expensive (if you'll ask me but as it is free, it doesn't really matter *lol*), all were uber yummy, yema is the best in the lot. I want some more!!!

4 out of 5


Happy - Haus Donuts

Happy - Haus Donuts
M. Naval St. Tangos,
Navotas City

mini house (45pcs.) - P100.00

glazed choco, butternut, candy sprinkled, chocolate(?)

2.5 out of 5


Pinoy Kakanin Fever

>> Sunday, August 24, 2008

(I ask my mom to buy me every single kakanin that she saw in the market yesterday, and so she did. I love my Nanay!)

Boche or Butsi - P5.00/square

Sapin-sapin - P20.00

Sabalanco - P20.00

Palitaw - P10.00/3pcs.

Pitsi - Pitsi (malagkit) - P6.00/each

Pitsi - Pitsi - P4.00/each

Puto Pao - P5.00/each

Cochinta - P15.00

Mini Puto-Cochinta - P10.00

Assorted Puto - 20.00

Biko - P5.00/slice

Tabayayong - P10.00/each

Suman sa Lihiya - P20.00/pair

Suman Kamoteng-kahoy - P5.00/each

Pudding (malagkit) - P65.00

Bibingkang Pinipig - P10.00/each

Pudding (tinapay) - P20.00

A little explanation:
Kakanin are commonly known as rice cakes, here in the Philippines kakanin are a-plenty and it comes in different forms, tastes and bases. Aside from the kakanin that I have featured here, more varieties can be found depending on the province or town that you will visit, in this country, ones ethnicity define the foods that they eat and specializes at.

I'm supposed to put a little description of each kakanin in the pictures but I'm kinda lazy, and this post is long enough to bore you *grins*. If you have questions, kindly leave a comment and I'll try to answer you in due time *wink*.

5 out of 5
(I'm in a good mood!)


Pinoy Street Food: The Si-Log Family

Photos below are some of the more famous members of the Si-Log family, a viable part of Pinoy street foods. Commonly found at hole-in-the-wall establishments, but at the moment, more and more classy restaurants are offering them, some even have them as specialties, does Tapa King ring a bell?

I love eating sinangag (fried rice) and pritong itlog (fried egg) during breakfast, give me some tocino or longganisa (Filipino-style sausage) and I'm in heaven.

Tapsilog - P38.00

Porksilog - P38.00

Tocilog - P38.00

Chicksilog - P38.00

Definition of terms:
  • Tapsilog - tapa, sinangag, itlog
  • Porksilog - pork chop, sinangag, itlog
  • Tocilog - tocino, sinangag, itlog
  • Chicksilog - fried chicken, sinangag, itlog
  • Longsilog - longganisa, sinangag, itlog
  • Mixsilog - tapa and tocino, sinangag, itlog
  • Dangsilog - danggit or any kind of daing, sinangag, itlog
  • Bangsilog - fried bangus, sinangag, itlog
  • Embusilog - embutido, sinangag, itlog
  • Hotsilog - hotdog, sinangag, itlog
  • Hamsilog - ham, sinangag, itlog
  • etc., etc., etc., *grins*

5 out of 5
(I love Pinoy food, what can I say)


Lot's A Pizza

>> Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Lot's A Pizza
Robinson's Supermarket

Tutuban Cluster Bldg.

C.M. Recto, Manila

Great Manhattan Pizza (large) - P215.00


3.5 out of 5

(My very first entry to Ruby Tuesday)


Hi - Nan Food and Tea House

>> Sunday, August 17, 2008

Hi-Nan Food and Tea House

Caloocan City
(in front of University of the East)

Cream of Corn Soup - P43.00

Pancit Canton - P68.00

Crab and Shrimp Omelet - P62.00

Crab Omelet - P62.00

Breaded Pork Chop - P56.00

Fried Rice - P21.00

4.5 out of 5

My very first entry to Weekend Snapshot, we had lunch at Hi-nan Food and Tea House before we went to the nearby zoo yesterday. The food was great and the price fits right in the budget, a good place to go if you don't mind a panciteria-ish environment (read: it is a big hole in the wall restaurant). Happy eating!

Trivia: Hi-Nan Food and Tea House was once featured in Pinaka (a weekly show in QTV 11), I think the episode was about "pinakasulit na restaurant", other establishments in the list are Ma Mon Luk and Aristocrat (the rest I've forgotten, sorry).


Lasang Pinoy, Sundays: Red Dewberry

>> Saturday, August 16, 2008

Strawberries and Cream - P35.00 (10 pc. pack)

4 out of 5

(Note: My first entry to Lasang Pinoy, Sundays)


About Me

I am a wife to the sweetest person on Earth and a mother to the cutest baby boy in the planet. I love reading literary books but I have an addiction in contemporary/renaissance romance novels. I am a video game aficionado in the truest sense of the word. I love to travel the world, if and only given the opportunity. I don't know how to cook (but I'm slowly learning) so there's a fascination with take-outs and dine-ins. I could go on and on but I guess you had enough *lol*.

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