Oh man! I am so addicted to these jelly candies right now, it should be illegal.
I’m pretty sure my dentist would kill me if she learned that I’ve been eating this bad boys. I’m so gonna floss my teeth religiously from now on. So don’t tattle on me alright. Or I won’t share this jelly candy with you.
I love eating Filipino breakfast, all day long! It’s one of my ultimate favorites.
Dilis (or anchovy, anchovies) only made it possible because it’s really easy to cook. Simply cook dried anchovies with hot cooking oil then sprinkle with salt and add chopped tomatoes when served.
Filipino breakfast is best eaten while it’s hot, usually accompanied with garlic rice and steaming cup of coffee.
Photo above: Fried dilis with tomatoes, egg and onion omelet (or is it just scrambled eggs with onion?), steamed rice
For this particular Filipino food, we had it for dinner. Just perfect for this cold bed weather. Also appropriate since we just woke up from our afternoon nap. Yeah, we woke up really late, around 6pm!
I am seriously in-love with crepes. :heart: It’s no wonder our family went to CrePes and Cream in Robinson’s Place Ermita for desserts on Father’s Day. Whenever I get the chance I always get the Blueberry Cheesecake Crepe.
Sister-in-law had some mango crepes but I didn’t get the chance to take a photo of it. She was too busy devouring it and I was busy with mine. The men with us didn’t want desserts, claiming they were still full from dinner. Oh well, more yummy goodness for us. But I did share some crepes with Papa. He didn’t want to eat the ice cream and toppings, balat na lang daw.