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2015 Project 365, Day 141: Shippam's Salmon Spread + Balai Pandesal's Bonete

Photo #141: May 21

Tiny food sometimes packs the most flavor, and the same can be said for Shippam’s salmon spread & Balai Pandesal’s bonete. I bought the former at Landmark Trinoma, and I was really surprised that it’s quite good! 60 more words

Undress Your Cook: Pande-sliders!

You might ask me, “If you say you can’t make a burger a healthy food, how can I eat it without being guilty of abandoning my weight-watching?” In my own opinion, the only way to do it is to lessen the portion. 493 more words

Cooking

Coconut scrambled eggs with tomato and eggplant

Ginataang itlog na may’ ginisang kamatis at ensaladang talong

14 April 2015

Serving size: 1

This composition is inspired by common Luzon breakfast dishes rearranged and modernized: torta ‘ng talong (chargrilled eggplant omelet), huevos Espanol (Mexican eggs), and French scrambled eggs (indigenized using coconut milk instead of dairy cream). 595 more words

Filipino Cuisine

Pan De Sal

INGREDIENTS:

Milk, Fresh 475mL

Instant Yeast 10g

Refined Sugar 50g

Salt 10g

Bread Flour 830g

Eggs (room temperature) 100g

Unsalted butter (softened) 80g

Bread Crumbs (for coating) 118 more words

Baking

Shirogi Craze Case

Have you heard pandesal? yup, it’s more like a pandesal but with a charm (just kidding!). My coffee lover sister told me that I should try this bread. 156 more words

Cagayan De Oro City

Breaking Bread

by Che

The idea of putting up a blog came to life during a 10-hour chat with the girls over many servings of chilli con carne, chips and homemade salsa. 307 more words

FOOD

Pan de sal

Pan de sal is one of the most famous breads here in the Philippines. We usually eat this for breakfast before we go to work or school. 276 more words

Baking