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I have been here a few times already. It's where I usually find solace in the hustle and bustle of BGC. Don't get me wrong, I do love a busy city, but sometimes I want to have some peace and quiet. Caravan Black Coffee is one of those special places where you can just relax, where common noise registers as harmony to my ears, where the light is just right to rest my eyes. The interior is as industrial as a New Yorker kind of cafe. High-rise ceiling painted black, tall glass windows, a wall painted with a map in it, and a counter embelished with eclectic accents. Of course, a glutton like me will go crazy on the menu. I won't dive in on each food and beverage but I will pick my favorites. And of course, by that, you'll be curious to visit my site for the full review. On top of my list are their Christmas drinks, Noel and Jack Frost. Who doesn't love to be festive during Yuletide. I bet everyone would be a little "extra" and try out every seasonal offering there is out there. What I love about their Christmas drinks is that it comes with either hot or cold but both are knock-outs in the taste department. It's very cinnamony and sweet, just perfect for the holidays. For the food, both Naked Chorizo and Caravan Tuna Melt took my breath away. Caravan Tuna Melt's cheese is so gooey and thick. Naked Chorizo, on the other hand, is a hearty meal, an all-rounder for it has vegetables, meat, and quinoa and red rice. Plus, there's kimchi in the mix too! Please visit my full review here, http://www.uncoveringeden.com/food/caravan-black-coffee-a-charming-specialty-cafe/
Bistro Charlemagne is a hidden gem in the city. You won't easily notice its existence in Ayala Malls Feliz because the location is quite unseen in the mall's prime spot. But believe me, their food here is a reward after finding where they are located. This restaurant started out their first branch in Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. The concept of Bistro Charlemagne mainly came from Little Asia, the restaurant that loved by many as they served satisfying Asian cuisines. Now, they got the idea to bring back the legacy to this restaurant and apparently, add more fresh food concepts that will surely excite every diners. Bistro Charlemagne offers more than hundreds of food on their menu which has the Asian and European food twist. I was glad to be part of the bloggers who recently visited Bistro Charlemagne and tried out some of their best sellers. Together with my co-foodies, we were warmly welcomed by Mr. Charlemagne Lim, the owner of the restaurant. He humbly told us how he started everything - from Little Asia to his two branches of Bistro Charlemagne. As part of the menu, we had the chance to try the following: ▫️PUMPKIN CARROT SOUP We started off by eating this comforting soup. I loved how it was too creamy and satisfying. One bowl could be shared up to two persons. ▫️JAPANESE MIXED SEAFOOD SALAD If you are sushi lover, you will definitely enjoy this starter. It has a bit of spice but everything worked so well for my taste buds. I also found the crispy tempura flakes surprisingly good with the salad. ▫️BEEF TENDERLOIN ROLLS WITH CHEESE Another crowd's favorite! This dish bursted with cheese and terriyaki sauce inside my mouth. Imagine how heavenly all the ingredients combined that even kids would surely loved this. ▫️OX SISIG The dish which is sinfully satisfying. I loved all the ingredients combined that created a texture of flavors. Every bite was exciting (especially with the rice). ▫️LITTLE ASIA'S CRISPY CHICKEN A heirloom recipe that passed from three generations until today. Taste was almost same to Chinese spring chicken. It was savory good, especially when combined with their gravy. ▫️SHRIMP POPPERS I loved how the shrimp was too succulent and flavorful. The flavors popped inside my mouth as it the combination of creamy and slightly spicy. ▫️OCTOPUS ALA POBRE Super tender octopus meat but for me, taste was too bland. It lacked a little bit of saltiness as every food that we tried was too flavorful. ▫️BLUBERRY BANANA SHAKE Ordering shake is always my thing whenever I visited a restaurant. Here in Charlemagne, I tried this flavor which is something I found interesting in the menu. The taste? I loved it as it wasn't too sweet for my preference. ▫️SMORE'S We tried two flavors; chocolate and Reese's. Both were good if you want to have best of both worlds. Bistro Charlemagne has sophisticated European vibe when it comes to their interior design. The chairs, tables, and everything matched its overall feel. Bistro Charlemagne is indeed a gem in the city. With its delectable food items that came from heirloom recipes to newly created modern twist, every diner will surely love every single item on the menu. Thanks to Mr. Charlemagne Lim for inviting us! With everything that I tasted here, I would definitely be back.
Day 2. Weekend in Puerto Galera stop no. 3. UNDERWATER CAVE This part of the island hopping is one of the highlights of the tour. You will experience a mini trek to get inside the cave. You will also experience a mini caving/spelunking the moment you get inside. The water was so cold inside. The guide will ask you to look up when you reach the middle part where they will take photos of you from above and I call it "windows" because they literally ask you to pose for pictures and they were just outside, because believe or not you can get out of the cave by yourself because its an easy peasy caving. Hehe As we wait for our boatman, I let F try UNI its a sea urchin that is edible and its really good especially when you garnish it with kalamansi! I was glad that he liked it too! ️ PS. sorry for the backlogs. Huehue #trabahoipontravelenjoy
My mom and sister have this habit of eating at their favorite restaurants and ordering the same dishes every time we're there. 🙄 When I started writing about food, I'd drag them to new restaurants, to try new food. Good thing they always oblige, so when they requested a lunch out at Mama Lou's (my sister's fave resto) last November 30, I agreed! We got there before 12NN, and were lucky to get seated promptly despite it being a holiday lunch time. We got a couple of our favorites, plus some new dishes too: ✅ MUSHROOM CHICHARON (Php 180) - We have always loved this dish, and I was soooo happy that they serve this in Vertis North now! I went here with my officemates a year ago, and they didn't have it. The taste was the same as when we first had it! The oyster mushrooms had a distinct crunch when fried, and I love how well it tastes when dipped in the vinaigrette. The serving size was noticeably smaller this time, though. ✅ CHICKEN WINGS (Php 275) - We were initially a bit reluctant to get this, because we were worried that the serving size wouldn't be enough for us. But when we were served with 8 pcs of chicken (4 pcs of wings, cut in half), we were glad we got this. As I took a bite, the taste actually exceeded my expectations! It seemed like your usual fried chicken wings, but the crispiness of the skin plus the juiciness of the meat was exceptional. 🤤 It wasn't too salty either, unlike most fried chicken where they'd put in a lot of stuff on the breading. We loved it! The gravy was just the cherry on top. ️ ✅ MAMA LOU'S SPECIAL / SPINACH & GOAT'S CHEESE PIZZA (Php 375 - Small) - If you didn't know yet, you can get 2 flavors of Mama Lou's pizzas in one pie, just ask your server to allow you to do half and half for your pizza! This option is best for small groups, so you get to try out more flavors instead of being stuck with a one-flavor pie and getting tired of eating the same flavor. Of course, we didn't want to miss out on the Mama Lou's Special -- our go-to flavor whenever we are here. It is evident that each ingredient they used here is as fresh as it can be, and I loved how the sweetness of the mangoes were well complemented by the mozzarella cheese, and balanced out by the balsamic cream. The vegetables added a welcome texture to the pizza, too. Spinach and Goat's Cheese, on the other hand, tasted just okay. My sister likes it, by I find it slightly bland for my taste. I enjoyed how they serve their pizzas with alfalfa sprouts and arugula, and you can eat the pizzas panizza style. My only comment is that the pizzas get cold quickly, because of its thin crust. 🙁 ✅ SALTED EGG WITH PANCETTA RISOTTO (Php 350) - It's the first time we saw this dish on their menu, so we decided to try it, and it didn't disappoint! The dish literally tasted like salted egg yolks, which gave it a creamy texture and rich taste. While the flavor of the pancetta wasn't that evident, it was still an enjoyable dish! We initially found it to be too rich for our liking, but we eventually gre to love it. Make sure you have this for sharing. ✅ MAMA LOU'S ICED TEA (Php 250 - Pitcher) - Mama Lou's Iced Tea is definitely one of the best ones I've tasted as of this writing. Unlike most restaurant iced teas, theirs is house blend, and you can clearly taste the actual tea in it! It's not as sweet, too. I also hinted some herby taste in it, making it stand out among the rest. Service was impeccable, too! I've never experienced bad service here in this restaurant, and I reckon they train their staff really well. Good food paired with great service is always the best -- no wonder my sister loves this restaurant so much, and I do too! ️️️ #EatDrinkSplurge
Some cuisines achieve more of their potential when combined with the cooking styles, ingredients and nuances of other cuisines. Take, Bistro Charlemagne: A Concept By Little Asia for example. Named after its owner, Charlemagne Lim, this high-end restaurant offers Asian and European fusion dishes. With its first branch well established in Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, its second branch is situated in fifth level of Ayala Malls Feliz in Dela Paz, Pasig City, giving the denizens East of Manila a new and exciting dining option. Walking through the lush greenery of Ayala Malls Feliz’ gardens (which gives you a breathtaking view of the nearby mountains of Antipolo) will lead you into the opulent interiors of Bistro Charlemagne. Mood lighting, plush velvet-upholstered chairs and large dark wood tables give diners a feeling of luxury and coziness. This place is great for romantic night-time dates and Sunday brunches with the family. Together with other east-based foodies, I was invited to a foodie meet up held here where I sampled some of the resto’s delectable dishes: Japanese Mixed Seafood Salad (Php315). Tuna, shrimp and kani tossed in spicy mayo and finished with ebiko (shrimp roe), tempura flakes and sweet soy. An exciting start to the meal with a bit of heat from the spicy mayo and contrasts in texture from the tempura flakes. Vietnamese Spring Rolls (Php295). Unlike other spring rolls, this one is fried to a golden and crunchy crisp after being stuffed with glass noodles, pork and mushrooms, then served with the traditional Nuoc Cham dipping sauce. Bistro Sisig Fries (Php295). Chopped and thrice-cooked pork cheeks sauteed in a creamy chicken liver sauce and served on top of crispy and golden French fries. Little Asia’s Crispy Chicken (Php325). Have you ever noticed how some families have special recipes that get passed down through generations? This is one of them: a specially crispy chicken served with a freshly made gravy developed Charlemagne’s grandfather, enjoyed and shared to the world by three generations of restaurateurs. Beef Tenderloin Rolls with Cheese (Php395). Don’t I always say that everything’s better with cheese? These rollwd beef tenderloin slices sauteed in teriyaki sauce certainly are. Shrimp Poppers (Php415). Plump and lightly battered shrimp deep-fried and tossed in the house’ special sweet chili mayo sauce and chili oil and served with a side salad. Ox Sisig (Php325). Thrice-cooked ox tongue and ox tripe mixed witj the house’ special liver-mansi mayo and topped with chicharon bulaklak. A fresh take on the classic sisig dish! S’mores (Php245) and Reese’s S’mores (Php245). We dipped graham crackers on roasted marshmallows laid on top of Ghirardelli chocolate ganache with the former and on top of peanut butter chips ganache with the latter. Blueberry Custard Napoleones (Php245). Crisp puff pastry sandwiching vanilla custard and blueberry puree sauce, sprinkled with pistachio dust. Pandan Crepe (Php245). Soft pandan-flavored crepe encasing shredded coconut stewed in coconut milk and coated in palm sugar. This is a surprisingly tasty dessert with a amazingly fresh twist on familiar flavors. With these dishes and more on the menu, Bistro Charlemagne is where East meets West, and they do make a great combination. And here's some good news for people on a budget: you can sate your craving for your favorite Bistro Charlemagne dish with a set meal at only Php215! This already comes with rice, soup and iced tea. Plus, birthday celebrants get the house special Little Asia's Crispy Chicken free when they dine at Bistro Charlemagne with a minimum single-receipt transaction of Php1,995 within seven days of their birthday. Simply present a valid government-issued ID.
If you've been frequently reading my reviews, you'd probably know by now that I'm a super low maintenance friend, and it's normal for me to be seeing my friends again after 3-5 years of not seeing each other. Two Saturdays ago, I met with my buddy, (Jocelle L) from my home org. We had our meetup at a new café in P. Noval called Taza Mia Coffee. Taza Mia Coffee started out with a couple of branches down south (Cavite, Batangas, and Laguna areas), and within 7 years, they already opened a total of 30 branches, including 2 branches in Metro Manila, with some corporate branches and some franchise branches. Their café in this branch aims to target the students who need a good meal and coffee fix while catching up on their lessons, and I believe their location at University Tower 4 is quite strategic. Here's what we had: ✅ CAFE LATTE (Php 110 - Short, Php 125 - Tall) - I don't really drink coffee, but I tried a sip of this, and I actually appreciated it! Even without sugar, the coffee didn't taste as bitter as I thought it would. Taza Mia uses house blend local beans, so you can be assured of the quality of the coffee they serve you. ️ ✅ GREEN TEA LATTE (Php 175 - Tall) - This drink is super creamy and tasty, it's like melted Green Tea Kitkat in a cup. Personally, I'd prefer for it to have a stronger green tea taste vs the milk, to cut down a bit on the sweetness. But this one's good, too! ✅GRILLED BARBECUE RIBS (Php 270 - Regular) - The regular sized grilled ribs comes with a slab of meat, side dish (mixed veggies / sautéed baby potatoes, depending on availability), and a cup of rice. The sauce was pretty good, slightly sweet and tangy. Though I wished the ribs was thicker than it actually is, as the meat became slightly tough (probably overgrilling) due to the relatively thin meat. ✅ TWO PIECE FRIED CHICKEN (Php 195) - For most people, fried chicken is the ultimate comfort food! I was fairly surprised that Taza Mia's version was really good and comforting! Juicy chicken with crispy skin, what more can I ask for? ️ You may opt to have it served with mashed potatoes instead of plain rice. I wish they can level up their gravy though... ✅ BRAISED SPARE RIB (Php 255) - When this was served, I thought the meat looked paler than I hoped. But when I took a bite, my perspective on this dish totally changed! The meat was fork tender, juicy, and amply flavorful. It might be nicer to pair it with mashed potatoes though, but we still enjoyed this dish so much! ️ ✅HONEY SRIRACHA CHICKEN WINGS (Php 230) - The wings were fried perfectly with a crisp exterior and juicy meat, and the sweet-spicy glaze won me over -- sweet on the first bite, then the spice suddenly creeps up on you until your tongue feels the heat thoroughly. It's my favorite wings dish now, I swear. Be ready to get your hands sticky, but I'm sure you wouldn't regret it! ✅ FUDGE BROWNIE (Php 35) - I was pleasantly surprised that their brownie only costs 35 pesos a piece, which will most likely go well with a cup of joe. Its sweetness is just right! I wish it was a bit chewier, but it might have dried out because it was served alongside our main dishes. ✅ OREO CHEESECAKE (Php 130 - Slice) - Not too sweet, perfectly dense, and creamy. That's how I'd describe their oreo cheesecake. Perfect to eat as a snack or dessert! Obviously, they didn't scrimp on the ingredients, so we didn't find it to be that expensive. Personally, I like their food, and I also appreciate that they have meals which are budget friendly, too. Nowadays, it's really rare to find a cafe that serves good drinks with good food along with them. Taza Mia proves that is still possible, and they wouldn't even leave you with empty pockets. The staff seem knowledgeable, and they are really friendly and accommodating as well. Overall, I enjoyed this visit! I'd surely come back to try more of their dishes, and to order the Honey Sriracha Wings once more. ️ #EatDrinkSplurge
Being a lover of anything coffee, I got extra excited when I was invited to a Costa Coffee |ooloo rendezvoos. Imagine I’ll be doing what I love (photography), while sipping the beverage I love, with the community I extra love (nuks siyempre |). #pilitinpa Anyway, this rendezvoos is about the Holiday treats of Costa Coffee this year. They presented us 6 drinks and 3 cakes. DRINKS: * Golden Hazelnut Hot Chocolate - my favorite among all the Holiday drinks this year. This has strong hazelnut taste that very well complemented the delicious and soothing hot chocolate. * Billionaire’s Hot Chocolate - I also like like this drink as it’s made with dark chocolate. It has a caramel syrup which makes this a little sweet. It’s topped with golden crumbs, hence the name. * Salted Pistachio Mocha - the only coffee-based drink in this year’s line up. This has very pronounced pistachio flavor which makes this an easy favorite. It’s just a little salty for me. I would have preferred a Pistachio Mocha instead. Nevertheless, this is still a nice drink and I would recommend this to someone who wants another twist to the classic mocha. FROSTINOS: * Salted Pistachio Mocha * Golden Hazelnut Chocolate * Candy Cane Frostinos are the ice blended drinks of Costa Coffee. The Candy Cane Frostino is a such a crowd pleaser. It aims to win the hearts of the crowd with its colorful sprinkles and sweet base. This lives up to its name - Candy Cane drink as it’s sweet and pretty. It’s just too sweet for me though. However I was informed that the sweetness level of Costa’s drinks can be adjusted so I’ll definitely try this next time with much lower sugar level. CAKES: * Merry Mint Cake - probably the most beautiful cake in the line up, this is a choco-mint combination. I love this cake as I’m a certified mint lover. Though I don’t eat chiffon cakes that much, I truly enjoyed this treat. * Candy Cane Cake - another beautiful-looking cake, it has buttercream frosting and chocolate sprinkles. My fellow reviewers said the frosting was too thick, and I completely agree. This can be a big hit to kids though, due to its presentation. * Purple-Glazed Cake - ube fan here! 🏻♂️ The yema layers are not overpowering which I enjoyed. It has the right ube taste without being overly sweet. PASTRIES * Cheesecake Yule Bar - this is a no-bake cheesecake and it’s my ultimate favorite among the cakes and pastries that were served that day. It just hits all the right spots. * Gingerbread cookies - I also enjoyed this! Every bite screams Christmas. If you love cinnamon and nutmeg then this is for you! Overall, I enjoyed this visit! 💯 I’m really a fan of Costa’s flat white and I’m so happy to try different drinks from their menu. I’m definitely coming back for the Golden Hazelnut Hot Chocolate! Thank you |ooloo and Costa Coffee for the invite! You guys are awesome! Thanks @roegan for the invite! #WishUponACosta #CostaCoffeePH #thetravellingtongue
Accommodation at Anya comes with a free breakfast at Anila The place is by the pool and since it’s nearing December when we went you can expect cold wind and a refreshing view. Their breakfast is of differeng variety from Filipino classics to their omellete counter. I personally like how fluffy and flavorful their omelette’s are. They also have sausages, and sweet tocino. Their boneless bangus is also of my liking. It’s sour by itself and perfect for more vinegar to top off the sourness. But of course it is best paired with their own kapeng barako. If you’re not a fan of Filipino breakfast if they their salad counter, and different breads for breakfast. Some antipasti are also available. Their banana bread with caramel sauce is really nice. If you’re not a coffee person they have other juices as well and different infused water such as mint, cucumber and lemon. Some natural sweets are from their fresh fruits counter and for the kids they have pancakes, yogurts, and cereals. Service is fast and the ambiance is good. Definitely adds to the quality of what Anya can bring to your staycation.
I was near SM North so decided to visit Tamarind there again. I also wanted to give it another chance after the SM Aura string failure (see my review for Tamarind there). Well, this branch proved to be solid again! Pad Thai Of course it’s yummy but I especially loved the shrimps that soaked in that juicy tamarind goodness. Kanom Jin Kiew Waan (angel hair with green curry) Nice vegetable soup/noodles/curry with some chicken. Tamarind shake Cool honey-like taste. If you’re into tamarind, you’ll love it. Tab Tim Grob (water chestnut rubies in coconut cream) Got to try water chestnuts for the first time. Can’t say I’m a big fan but I can tolerate it. The coconut cream was very tasty and refreshing. I think if they replaced water chestnuts with strawberry (because they looked like strawberries), the dessert would’ve been a bomb.
Lately, restaurants touting “modern Filipino cuisine” have sprouted up all over the metro. But what is modern Filipino cuisine? Simply put: it is the flavors you grew up with but broken free of traditions surrounding them, even incorporating foreign influences. It is composed of tastes and textures familiar to you but applied and presented in exciting and novel ways. In short, this is not your grandma’s cooking. Unless your dear Lola is part of the visionary team behind Ombu Kusina, of course. Ombu is a modern Filipino restaurant located along Mother Ignacia Street in Quezon City. Having recently revamped its interiors, it also recently launched its special holiday dishes. And your friendly neighborhood Jellybeans is among the lucky foodies who were able to attend its exclusive food tasting event. Ombu’s newly renovated premises are simply impressive. White subway tiles serve as an elegant backdrop for light-colored plush seats, darkwood tables and the feast laid out for us. And said feast consisted of Ombu’s signature dishes such as: Dilis Rice (Php80 per cup: Php170 for sharing). Your favorite sinangag (garlic fried rice), lightly flavored and topped with salty crispy fried dilis (anchovies). Salted Egg Spaghettini (Php260). Al dente spaghettini noodles tossed in a sauce of salted egg yolks, sprinkled with tomatoes, diced cucumber and salted egg whites. The salted egg sauce was evenly spread throughout the noodles and the cucumber provided a fresh contrast to the sauce with every bite. Sisig Pizza (Php520). The classic pork sisig and egg tops a thin-crust pizza drizzled with garlic sauce. Binagoongang Talong (Php300). Fresh eggplant and lechon kawali served with a thick bagoong (shrimp paste) sauce. While I found the sauce a little too thick for my taste but the crispy fried pork belly is just yummy and went well with the Dilis Rice. Seafood Mix Laing (Php290). Taro leaves wrapped around a mix of shrimp, crab meat, onion and lemon grass, slowly cooked in light coconut milk. Also part of the feast are new additions to the menu such as: Adobochon. Flavorful roasted pig with tender meat and crispy skin served with adobo sauce on the side. Flaming Chicken. Tender and juicy chicken flambed right before our eyes. For dessert, we had Frozen Brazo de Mercedes (Php180). Delightful layers of frozen soft meringue alternating custard filling, ice cream and graham cracker crust. The dishes were expertly prepared and given a fresh twist by Ombu Kusina’s chefs. So for a great taste of modern Filipino cuisine, check out Ombu Kusina.
Well, who would have thought that in a sea of clothing stalls at Tiendesita's "tiangge" section can you find a cozy cafe at the corner? To be frank, it was my first time at Tiendesitas, although I usually pass this by whenever I commute to and from Metro Manila. My sister used to go to Tiendesitas a lot in the past, but it was first time too to go there again after a long while. She remarked to me that a lot of changes has happened in Tiendesitas since she last visited it. She was a bit disappointed to learn that it has become some sort of a mall. Too bad I didn't get to see the old Tiendesitas. As of this writing, this place still seems to be under renovation. My sister and I went to the Pasig/Mandaluyong area last Sunday night on an impulse, because we wanted to check out the tunnel of dancing Christmas lights on the street near Tiendesitas (and we were not disappointed, yay!). Since biglaang lakad, nakapambahay lang kami! Hahaha. :)) We were strolling at Tiendesita's tiangge area on the second floor and there we found Cafe Avelino (or more correctly, "Cafe Avelino's"). As our trip was unplanned, I was a bit short of cash. Still, that didn't stop us from checking Cafe Avelino's out. It is an "open" establishment, which means it doesn't have a main entrance. It is so open that you'd mistake it as a furniture section if you don't look up at the cafe's signage. Hahaha. Just go there inside and that's it. It is beside Potato Corner. We decided to have just desserts and coffee (as I have said, I was short of cash. Who knew we would go to Crossing, anyway?): ◆ Cafe Mocha - ₱80 ◆ Cappuccino - ₱80 ◆ Chocolate Brazo de Mercedes - ₱60 ◆ Mango Cheesecake - ₱150 The food was generally good, although I found the Mango Cheesecake too sweet for me. And for the price, the slice was rather small. I thought that the thick graham cracker crust (which I really liked) would offset the sweetness of the caramelized mangoes. But still, the mangoes were way too cloying. I am not a fan of brazo de mercedes, but I liked Cafe Avelino's take on this, thanks to its incorporation of chocolate. It was also not too sweet, as well. I even found myself liking this a lot more than the mango cheesecake. I loved the interiors (I took a particular fancy at the colored lights above the counter) and the chill ambiance despite its proximity to the tiangge. Cafe Avelino's also offers sandwiches, pasta dishes and even more substantial meals like sinigang. The staff was nice and friendly, too. This is a great place to cool your heels, relax and have decent meals and coffee after a tiring bout of shopping around Tiendesitas.
Look at this massive piece of pork! I really love this place. Always feels homey to me. Seems like they updated the menu already and so nice to see all the food photos. I I don’t remember what this is, I think it’s a country fried steak that came with mashed potato and gravy. Look at the fork on the second for reference. The pork breading was crunchy, definitely to share because I couldn’t have finished this without the help of my little girl. Needs work on the gravy. Steel Plate Cooked Butter Salpicao is so rich and tasty. Beef was very tender. If we had more bread we would probably soak all that butter on it. It’s cooked well here, unfortunately, as my dining companion requested for well done *cry*. Seemed like the dessert got smaller too. Still good thought. Try the cookies! The ones with cornflakes on them. They are chewy delicious. Pass on the custard.
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