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My Way of Baking Pan De Sal (Filipino Rolls) | The Reveal

Living in a different country apart from the Philippines is quite challenging when trying to live the way I did in my homeland. 272 more words


A Birthday Surprise

I woke up today pleasantly surprised to be tagged on Facebook by friends and family with a picture of a pack of pan de sal bought at… 229 more words



Pandesal is a Filipino bread most known for all of time. The name Pan de sal comes from the spanish literally means bread of salt. Pandesal has a slight sweet taste. 255 more words

Four Men and a Lady

Dismounted, I was walking my bicycle across a busy intersection to my favorite pandesal bakery at Anonas Road when I espied a young lady right across me. 296 more words


Pandesal or Pan De Sal ( Spanish for “Salt Bread”) is a popular yeast-raised bread in the Philippines. Individual loaves are shaped by rolling the dough into long logs (bastón) which are rolled in fine bread crumbs. 1,251 more words


New Times Bakery and Grocery

The well-known bakery in Camarines Norte for its pandesal and other types of bread.
Famous for its hot pandesal, chiffon cake and other bread.
Known by locals as “Times”. 45 more words


Anniversary Pandesal

This month marks my first year away from home. It has also been a while since I last blogged about food. I wanted to continue posting after I got completely settled here in Finland but I haven’t been able to. 533 more words