Philippine Food Expo – Healthy Stuff

I was very impressed with these bars. The owner was very helpful in explaining each variety and letting me try a lot of them. I ate one bar late in the afternoon and was quite full from it. The bars are light and crisp and not too sweet. The Muesli-Granola Kitchen and Bakeshoptelephone: 0917-8118673email: thehappyfood@gmail.comContinue reading “Philippine Food Expo – Healthy Stuff”

Philippine Food Expo 2009

I went to the Philippine Food Expo 2009 at SM Megamall’s trade hall which was held from March 5-8, 2009. I was surprised that majority of the food showcased was all about healthy alternatives. It took me 3 hours to finish the fair which occupied all 3 trade halls in SM. I got so tiredContinue reading “Philippine Food Expo 2009”

Market Market part 3

This is one of my favorite stalls. Sitsirya (junk food) sells a variety of goodies from all over the Philippines. one of the best pastillas in town Kablon Farms jam and honey. Coco Sugar is a natural sugar substitute for diabetics. Low Glycemic Index (35). Does not increase blood sugar, controls cholesterol. (from Sitsirya) exoticContinue reading “Market Market part 3”

Market Market part 1

The Philippines is made up of 7,107 islands which are divided into 80 provinces. Each province has it’s own food specialty and flavor. Going around Market Market, a mall in Taguig, will give you a chance to travel from North to South and buy each province’s delicacies. Each cart represents a province and is filledContinue reading “Market Market part 1”

Ice Cream Flavors in the Philippines

Since the Philippines is a tropical country we have many unique fruits and flavors that have been made into ice cream. Here are just a few of the more unique ones. jackfruit, purple yam and mung bean cashew brittle mantecado (traditional spanish cake flavor) chocolate peanut sansrival is a cake made of meringue layers andContinue reading “Ice Cream Flavors in the Philippines”