04 January 2015

My Tummy's Favorites Last Christmas

All I did in Cebu while on Christmas break was eat. I think I gained 10 pounds from all the gorging I did. Even when I got sick (cough, colds, and asthma) right after Christmas until after the New Year, I didn't lose my appetite. I did have my usual favorites, like masi, but here's sharing five favorites that I'm currently wishing I am eating right now --


This cake from 10 Dove Street (they are now in Oakridge Business Park). This is called Opera, if I remember it right.


I love cheese so we included this fried camembert cheese for noche buena.


Dimsum! We went there twice -- with Mom's long-time friends for dinner
and then with family for lunch after a trip to Carbon Market.


Did I already say I love cheese? I ordered four cheese pizza at Rica's
during a quick lunch and photoshoot with college friends.


And this, my all-time favorite -- HUMBA! In my 11 days in Cebu, Mom made humba three times!
And because I've been craving for humba and because I am a shameless carnivore,
I ate it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for three days! *gasp*

I'm back in Manila. I will certainly miss all my favorite food and Mom's cooking.

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Meikah Ybañez-Delid January 11, 2015 at 8:58 PM  

Ay too bad, I read about this now. Went to Cebu a couple of days ago and stayed near Oakridge Business Park. Ha ha

nagpanaoan.com January 17, 2015 at 3:00 AM  

As a child pork trotters humba were my favorite. My late uncle used to cook them in our household and he'd add saba. I was crazy with the marriage of different flavors - salty and sweet and the silky texture of the fat that falls off the bone. Heaven! I have some pork belly in the freezer, maybe it is humba time this weekend.

Aileen February 4, 2015 at 4:04 AM  

Meikah Ybañez-Delid said...
Ay too bad, I read about this now. Went to Cebu a couple of days ago and stayed near Oakridge Business Park. Ha ha

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Ay sayang! But do try 10 Dove Street when you ever visit again! :)

Aileen February 4, 2015 at 4:07 AM  

nagpanaoan.com said...
As a child pork trotters humba were my favorite. My late uncle used to cook them in our household and he'd add saba. I was crazy with the marriage of different flavors - salty and sweet and the silky texture of the fat that falls off the bone. Heaven! I have some pork belly in the freezer, maybe it is humba time this weekend.

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I'm glad to know you used to love humba, too, Tita! I've never outgrown it. Haha. I've tried humba with saba, too! You are describing it so perfectly, you are making me hungry! :D

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