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The Cassava Cake of Shiela’s Sweet Shop

A lot of times, we discover good food by simply relying on the choices of others and tasting what they’ve brought for us to sample. Some times this results to a bum stomach, food poising at worst, but many times it results to a “eureka!” moment. The latter could best describe our reaction when we tried the cassava cake of Shiela’s Sweet Shop. Continue reading The Cassava Cake of Shiela’s Sweet Shop

Sapin-Sapin and Kakanin at Mommy’s

Filipinos love kakanin. Of course it may not be prudent to generalize but at least almost everyone we know swear to love kakanin. From sidewalks to shopping malls, you’ll see stalls selling kakanin. We’ve featured a few, including Rosalie’s and Arny-Dading, from suman lihiya to cassava cake. There’s one kakanin that we see only in Luzon, the sapin-sapin. Continue reading Sapin-Sapin and Kakanin at Mommy’s

Surprises in Angat Dam Journey (Bulacan)

“Let’s go to Angat Dam.” It was not the first time we’ve traveled based on a spontaneous decision. It takes two to tango, so any answer other than an unqualified and spontaneous “ok” from the recipient of the “challenge” would nip the spontaneity. And the journey. Continue reading Surprises in Angat Dam Journey (Bulacan)

Buko Pie and Special Cassava Cake of El Mare

If you’re traveling from/to Tagaytay City, Laguna, Batangas or somewhere in San Pablo City, the usual food gifts or pasalubong for family and friends would be buko pie, cassava cake and other delicacies. One brand probably known by more people, and definitely with more outlets along the way, is Colette’s. Nothing here should detract from the fact that we all have different preferences when it comes to taste or flavor. Continue reading Buko Pie and Special Cassava Cake of El Mare