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Pinoy Street Foods: Fried Noodles

>> Tuesday, December 29, 2009

One of the budding Pinoy street food is fried noodles, it started out as offerings from small kiosks in the mall dubbed as oriental or Hongkong noodles up until the ever-enterprising Pinoys found out how to do it street-style. From then on, small shops and kiosks in every streets and corners of the metro can be seen serving these goodies, but each place tend to serve it a little different from the other, so you need a little time to find the perfect one just for you. I found my favorite in a small kiosk by the tapsilugan in our street, approximately 30 steps from our house *grins*.

fried noodles with siomai - P28.00

fried noodles with crabsticks

It is a mixture of fried noodles and mongo sprouts and your choice of sauces, I forgot the name of the sauces but I think there's a teriyaki sauce in the group.

5 out of 5


Selecta 3-in-1 plus 1 Ice Cream

>> Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Selecta 3-in-1 + 1
(cheese, ube, vanilla, chocolate)

close up shot (di kasing-ganda ng pagkakalagay ng ice cream dun sa commercial :D)

with lid - P299.00/3.3L

Ice cream, creamy ice cream, what a treat! Ice cream, creamy ice cream, sure to beat! - natutunan ko kay Barney and friends.

I have been craving for this ice cream since I saw it's commercial, dati pa, back when the flavors were cheese, chocolate, ube and corn, and I just got to taste it recently, wala ng corn, it's vanilla na. But I think it has gotten better, oh well, I'm a sucker for vanilla ice cream so don't take my word for it, try it for yourselves. Don't you just love eating ice cream while everyone else has tonsillitis, walang kaagaw *lol*.


KFC Twister and More

>> Friday, December 11, 2009

Note: I am suppose to come back to Food Friday and Food Trip Friday with a bang, as in, a nice post and a marching band in tow plus those popping party poppers to create some noise and cast colorful confetti on my way, but life doesn't really happen as we plan it, I lost the photo that is supposed to be my entry and because of that, here I am posting a different entry a day late. I hope Willa and Maiylah understands...

KFC Twister & 2-pc Chicken box

KFC Twister - P75.00
(one meal in a wrap, nakakabusog)

KFC 2-pc. chicken (original and hot & crispy)

Hubby went home one day (during my online-incapacitated days) with a take-home from KFC, as you may know or not *grins*, Malabon City can now boasts of an KFC branch. The chicken were good, as expected, the gravy was superb, a childhood favorite, and the Twister, a new offering, passed the test.

4.5 out of 5

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Pinoy Street Foods (Seasonal): Puto Sulot

>> Monday, December 7, 2009

It feels a lot like Christmas...

Every year, just as the -ber months approaches, you'll see files of street vendors offering puto sulot, puto bungbong, bibingka, champorado, itlog na maalat, keso, salabat (ginger ale) and other treats that are so Christmas-y and traditionally Pinoy.

And it's one of the reasons why Filipino around the globe miss spending Christmas here, dito lang may ganyan *grins*.

Puto Sulot - P10.00/each
(I think this is around six pieces)
Itlog na Pula/Maalat (salted egg) - P13.00/each

close up shot
(sticky rice topped with grated coconut and sugar)

Next post -----> bibingka regular and ispesyal, I can't wait!

5 out of 5


A Great Way To Begin

>> Friday, December 4, 2009

Oh yeah! This has to be a sign from above, oh well, I hope it is *grins*...

For my opening salvo, let me share with everyone an award that I received a month ago, and though I am overly late in accepting it, I hope Mona of Working At Home Mom did not or will not hold it against me, after all, I didn't intend on hibernating, it was due to some technical (and financial) difficulties. Moving on, I would like to thank Mona for the award, I really, really appreciate it!

And, just like the others before it, there are certain rules to follow:

  • Post it on your blog together with the name of the person who has granted the award, and his or her blog link.
  • Pass the award to 15 other blogs that you’ve newly discovered. Remember to contact the bloggers to let them know they have been chosen for this award.
As I just came back, I haven't really get around yet, I know that there are plenty of blogs waiting to be discover and read, so, I would hold this award to myself up until I find some blogs and bloggers to share it with.

To Mona, again my overwhelming gratitude *hugs*.


Honey, I'm Home But There's a Little Problem

Hi guys, I'm back! My brother had mercy on me and decided to let me have his old Acer Netbook as he's going to buy a new one from another brand, but before you praise him and everything, I wanna make it clear that he asked me to pay for this lappy, it's not completely free *grins* but as he is my brother and he loves me so, I will pay according to my terms, I already gave him a downpayment and the rest will be paid in full when my son reached his puberty, he's going to be six this month, is my term fair enough *lol*?

Kidding aside, I need to take this blogging thing seriously, at least, up until I pay him his dues *grins*, I don't wanna ask hubby to pay for it and as I'm the one who bargained with my bro, I'm the one who needs to pay, and if anyone wants to help me in any way, just give me a heads up and I'll be happy to tell you my paypal address or bank account number *lol*.

I'm suppossed to join Food Friday and Food Trip Friday but I can't seem to make the card reader work, walang ganito sa bundok, paano ba ito pinapagana? Even the USB thingy doesn't seem to work, could it have something to do with the OS that I had installed, I reformat it and installed Windows XP, I'm not really familiar with Vista and it's making my head hurts. Can somebody help me, please...

On a better news, as I took my unprecedented blogging hiatus, I had accumulated a number of food pics which I am so excited to share... I'll have a food post the minute I made this USB/card reader work *wink*.

Is/Are help on the way?


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*.

My Blog List

  • New Pasta Experience at Pizza Hut - Hubby, son and I went to the mall a few weeks ago to celebrate a little, you see, my son topped his class (again) this quarter, so to give him a little inc...
    12 years ago
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    11 years ago
  • I Like It Green - originally posted by Ian Sengco *** taken in Malibu, Pandi, Bulacan on September 2009, using a Sony Cybershot T20.
    13 years ago
  • Laughtrip - HAHAHA, it will be a waste not to share this one... I'm watching Twilight on 0ne of our local channels at the moment but I'm dreaming of the final Harry ...
    11 years ago


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