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Wow, that's yummy! I don't spend much time in the kitchen nowadays. :( The mention of noche buena excites me.
bibingka reminds me of simbang gabi.. yummy!!!definitely, maybe
looks very yummy! love that you put duck salted eggs on, my friend just made puto cheese, i tried it and its delicious! :) happy food trip friday!http://www.pinaymum.info/2010/10/food-trip-friday-003-tomato-pesto-pasta.html
that's making me wish I'm spending my Christmas 2010 in Pinas =) yummy looking. Thanks for sharing..My FTF Entry - Tofu & Mushroom SautéHave a fun weekend!
yummmm....comfort food! :)
wow, you're quite a planner!:pan ofcmate from Batangas brings this kind of rice cake to the office once in a while. i'd go for grated cheese, not grated coconut.
yummy naman! compared to the past 2 Christmases here, I'm now so looking forward for this one as I can celebrate it with my mom. hopefully talaga her visa gets approved. we'll definitely have noche buena. starting this year, my Christmases here in Korea will be different. i'll do my best to teach my baby to really celebrate it the way we do way back home.
I heard of rice cake..a lot but not with itlog na maalat... looks yummy.My Food Trip Friday here
Sarap naman ng pang Noche buena nyo. :)
wow and laki ng bibingka...amoy pasko na talagahere's my food TRIP friday entryhere's my FOOD FRIDAY entry
nagpapasko na talaga, mdme na rice cakeLesley
sarap naman nyan! pa share naman ng recipe :-)
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