Everyone I know loves this dessert made of cassava. It’s a mainstay in potlucks and is a popular Filipino snack. A lot of stores and restaurants sell this but the best in my opinion is the one from Arny ♥ Dading’s Peachy Peachy. Finding their locations is not as easy though.
The problem is when you try to google it. First is the unique name of Arny ♥ Dading. That alone leads to several misspellings. Next is the words peachy peachy. In the Philippines it’s more commonly known as pitsi pitsi or even pitchi pitchi. Pitsi pitsi is cassava balls in English.
What makes their peachy peachy so good is that it’s firm, not so sweet and covered with cheese. The traditional pisti pisti is usually covered with grated coconut. I like cheese better. It gives a nice contrast in flavor and texture to the peachy peachy. Here’s how I eat this. Open the refrigerator, open the styro container, pinch a piece and pop it into my mouth. The cold slippery texture of sweet cassava and the bits of salty cheese blend into my mouth as I chew standing in front of the refrigerator. Next, close the door and walk away.
As much as I love their peachy peachy I’ve never been to any of their stores. I rely on the mercy of Jay to buy some for me when he can.
So for everyone looking for their branches I hope you land on my site and find this.
Arny ♥Dading’s Peachy Peachy
254 C. Arellano St. Malabon City telephone: 281-0637
4A Gov. Pascual Ave. Concepcion, Malabon telephone: 281-9758
48A Congressional Ave. Proj.8, Q.C. telephone: 454-0883
207 Katipunan Ave., Proj.4, Q.C. telephone: 433-6443
27B Kamias Road, Q.C. telephone: 496-7553
NGR Bldg. South Super highway Cor Casino St. (near Cash&Carry) Makati City telephone: 550-8079 cellphone: 0917-8323464
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