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Try Flame On – by The Farm’s Meat Market

Flame On! No, we are not talking about Johnny Storm a.k.a Human Torch member of the superhero quartet, Fantastic Four. Flame On – by The Farm’s Meat Market is an online shop that sells ready to cook meals. They offer the following: Barbeque (5pcs) – Php120 *UP Beach House recipe Longganisa Burger (480g) – Php140 *Best seller Longganisa Hamonado Original (8pcs) – Php150 *Best seller Pork Tapa (450g) – Php160 Pork Tocino (500g) – Php150 Pork Sisig (500g) – Php180 Please take note that I purchased the products I am featuring. I discovered their store during the quarantine, which is a great help. Our village instilled a curfew; not to mention, most shops were closed.

Spread Some Sweetness with a Large Box of Ben’s Cookies

Well, hello there! 2020 is a rough year for all of us. The best Christmas gift you can give is to celebrate Christmas and spread some sweetness with a large box of cookies. It is the first Christmas gift I received this year. This is a LARGE BEN’S BOX. It contains 15 huge and delicious cookies. In case you did not know, Ben’s Cookies has a Christmas promo.

Delicious Chewy Buns by Pastry Amore!

Here’s something fresh from the oven! It’s called Chewy Buns by Pastry Amore, a home-based shop in Quezon City. I have featured some of their amazing products before such as Salted Caramel Chocolate Layer Cake, Moist Chocolate Liquor Cake, Sticky Buns and Premium Ensaymadas. In this post, let me share with you their new product. Chewy Buns Love can be many things. It can be sweet, bittersweet, nutty, and exciting just like these buns. These chewy buns by Pastry Amore look so good. And once you open the package, you will love the luscious bread aroma.

#SupportYourLokal | Christmas Gift Ideas 2

As promised, here is the second part of my #SupportYourLokal | Christmas Gift Ideas. just a quick recap, part 1 consists of pantry essentials – Pik-a-Pikel and Jacob’s Gourmet Foods as well as something sweet – Chookies and That Awkward Baker. This time I am sharing with you classic Pinoy delicacies that are essential during Filipino holiday feasts – Kakanin or rice cakes eaten as snack or breakfast. Since these are sticky and sweet, kakanin symbolises the close relationship of Filipino families and friends. There are three places I highly recommend.

Goryo’s Coffee Ala Eh! Suman sa Lihiya, Kapeng Barako and more

Located in Mandaluyong City, Goryo’s Coffee ALA EH offers homemade Tamales or Suman sa Lihiya as they call it in Batangas and Quezon. Their choices of toppings include santan (Minatamis na bao), latik and budbod (toasted coconut) or fresh niyog with budbod and sugar with sesame seeds. I prefer the santan, latik and budbod. Here’s a closer look.