From Ojet’s Lecheng Maja Blanca to Lecheng Inutak, The Grocer by OLM now offers authentic Puto Bumbong just in time for the start of the Christmas season. Yes, Christmas starts early in the Philippines making it one of the longest Christmas seasons in the world. I mean come on, who wouldn’t get excited in counting down 100 days before Christmas? With what’s happening in 2020, I believe you need something great to look forward. The question now is, are you ready to taste Christmas? You see, Puto Bumbong is a Filipino purple rice cake steamed in bamboo tubes traditionally sold during the Christmas season. But since we need to stay home, let me share with you a great solution.
Pizza is one of the most popular food in the world. I think it’s because people love the combination of bread, cheese and tomato sauce which is the base of any pizza. With that, you can add in various ingredients that suit your palette. You can go all veggies, all meat or whatever you are craving! Another great thing about pizza is you can eat it whenever you want. Now it all goes down to where you should buy it and how much you are willing to spend. If you’re on a budget, I suggest getting yours from Shenn’s.
I think we can agree that everyone loves cookies. However, not all love those crunchy or thin ones. Some prefer soft and chewy cookies. If you’re one of them, I’m happy to introduce to you Chookies’ Baked Goodies: All their cookies are freshly baked; not to mention, chewy and loaded with chocolate chips. Though it’s loaded, the cookies aren’t that sweet. Chookies’ Baked Goodies are made with a low sugar level without sacrificing quality and taste.
Do you love watching cooking videos on YouTube? Then you might have stumbled upon a channel called The Awkward Kitchen PH. Here you will find several relaxing cooking videos which you can easily follow. But if you’re not ready for that, here’s a piece of great news. That Awkward Baker from The Awkward Kitchen PH has finally opened her online bakery. She sells freshly made desserts, pastries and bread.
Since tomorrow September 13 is National Grandparent’s Day, I want to share with you a simple and a lovely recipe my abuelita always make. She always prepares a tuna sandwich when I come home from school. Now that she’s older and I can make it on my own, it’s my turn to prepare it for her. Take note that this is homemade. Sure, you can buy a tuna sandwich spread at the supermarket. But is it delicious? I don’t think so. Homemade is always better. Tuna Sandwich Spread You will need: Mayonnaise *we use Lady’s Choice or Magnolia Ram Sweet Pickle Relish Century Tuna Flakes in Vegetable Oil Brown Sugar How to: Drain and place the tuna to a plate. Using two forks, cut the tuna into smaller pieces. Transfer tuna to a bowl, pour in the mayonnaise and mix well. You can use your choice of mayonnaise. But Lady’s Choice and Magnolia are both delicious and perfect for this recipe. Add in the pickles and mix. You can also add 1 to 2 tbsp …