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Snacks from the Philippines

I got some snacks from the Philippines, which you can only get two of them here in ‘Aus-land’. But the Goldilocks, you can’t find any of this here. 9 more words


Polvoron cookies in process

Is a kind of shortbread. Is the closest translation I found. Hmm….

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I’ll never forget my first ... order. ;-)

Now that I’m done with the packaging, a few challenging questions popped into my head… Who will be my customers?  How will I market my product? 123 more words


Philippine Polvoron

I’m sure you’ve tried it… If you know someone from the Philippines, its a common gift… maybe next to dried mangoes.

Being born and raised in Manila, I’ve always wondered why I always receive… 76 more words


2015 Project 365, Day 34: Polvoron

Photo #34: February 3

I can’t remember the last time I ate polvoron, so I was really happy when my sister brought these yummy pieces as pasalubong last weekend! Thank you, payatot! ^^

Friday's fun facts - Pasalubong & jeepneys

 You know you’re pinoy when you get excited about receiving pasalubong (gifts and souvenirs from someone coming back from their travels) from Goldilocks. Along with the little parcels of toasted flour, milk, sugar and butter, which we call polvoron, Mr D’s lola and lolo brought home a tricycle and jeepney to add to his car collection. 241 more words