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  1. ej
    May 24 - 5:59 am

    yeah — bread with rice would be weird. just kidding! :P

  2. mike
    May 15 - 5:45 pm

    my favorite spanish bread comes from a small bakaery in apsong Tamo Makati, near Shopwise, called LEAH bake shop, it sells this big spanish bread with lots of filling, try it

    • ej
      May 17 - 12:14 am

      interesting! i love these hidden gems. i'll have to try that one of these days!

  3. u8mypinkcookies
    May 14 - 12:24 pm

    i love the spanisg bread from fortune too :D also the red bread from panaderia pantoja! other cheap thrills include pan de coco from julie's and the mongo bread and cheese loaf from tinapayan!

    for grocery bought bread, i so love gardenia wheat bread, gardenia choco chip loaf and ube-cheese twirl.

    for more expensive bread, i love bread talk and french baker!

    i'm suce a lover of bread. i'd prefer it than rice anytime.

    • ej
      May 17 - 12:09 am

      wow, you sure know your bread! thanks for the suggestions! :)

      • u8mypinkcookies
        May 20 - 5:45 pm

        oh yeah. I'm a bread lover.. hehe solved na ko with bread, even w/o rice.

  4. trixie
    May 13 - 4:39 pm

    you may also want to try fortune bakeshop's ube hopia. IT doesn't really taste ube-ish. parang sa color ng filling lang kaya tinawag na ube hopia. but the taste, so good I could finish 1 pack in 1 sitting if i don't watch it. the bread part is like the consistency of hopiang baboy. but the filling is ube (or not really) but tastes really good =)

    • ej
      May 14 - 1:34 am

      hmm… probably like the red/purple bread, sige matry nga! we're posting part 2 soon… watchout for it! :)

  5. Kinney
    May 12 - 7:52 pm

    Hey, can you get Papa Arnold the Caramel Waffle Cookies if you get the chance and there's also a new product from Krispy Kreme. The pull aparts. YUMMY! you should try it :)

    • ej
      May 14 - 1:32 am

      hmm… sounds good. sige try nga namin yan. :)

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