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First Things First

Yehey! First entry. Well, actually, this has been like the “nth first entry.” You see, I have *tried* to start blogs before… but I never actually moved to the second entry. 807 more words

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Holiday Baking - Filipino style

As I had mentioned in my previous blog, I love Christmas. This year I wanted to gift my loved ones with a special gift of value: pandesal. 439 more words

Pan de Sal (pan de salt)


  • 2 cups warm water
  • 2 tsp yeast
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup oil
  • 6 cups flour
  • 1 1/2 stp salt
  • Bread crumbs

Best served with coffee☕ ❤ yummy! 6 more words



A true Filipino never misses the morning without dipping a single pandesal in a burning-hot coffee or milk. Pan de sal are the ‘premordials’ giving joy to the Filipino citizens for numerous years. 69 more words

Pan De Sal

Contrary to the literal meaning “salt bread”, Pandesal is slightly sweet rather than salty. It is soft and has a crunchy crust and usually dipped in hot coffee.  468 more words

Fiesta Friday