I have just shared Longganisang Lucban in one of my previous post now here I am sharing yet another delectable product from Quezon. This is a yummy yema cake that Jared’s dad brought home along with other treats from Lucban. It is sweet but not too over-powering and the silky creamy goodness of yema simply helps to put all the flavors and the textures together. I just love it! For a few days I am snacking on this or having it as an end to my every meal.
I will have to agree that Quezon is such a haven for one gustatory adventure and I cannot wait to try all the other delicious food they have to offer. This is really making me bent on checking out this year’s Pahiyas, it will be a great opportunity to visit the place again and explore those places which I have not seen before, experience the colorful local festival complete with a number of marching bands playing Brass instruments and give those kiping a try. Hopefully I can save enough so that me and the little man can plan for our trip to Quezon soon!
I know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day but I usually start my day with my favorite mug of hot coffee or chocolate drink, instead of a meal. It gives me the perfect boost to feel awake. You would find me tinkering in front of the computer in the early morning, anyway, making the most of my free time while my little man sleeps so a hot cup is a perfect companion. I put off breakfast until the little man is awake so that we can eat together.
I am such a nocturnal person that I really find it hard to jump-start my day, until I become a mum. Jared takes most of my time when he is awake so I make sure to get most work done and out of the way while he is fast asleep. There is no way I can work in front of the computer while preparing breakfast so breakfast had to wait. How I wish there’s someone to prepare those beautiful breakfast dishes for me. That way I can still work on my post about bike rack for suvs and enjoy a piece of toast with butter at the same time! 🙂
What are you having for breakfast today?
I really have a very limited kitchen knowledge and most of the dishes I can cook involves very simple food preparation: saute and fry. I was feeling rather inspired during our last trip to the grocers and grabbed one of these coconut milk cans with the hope of cooking something with it soon. I love dishes that has gata and back in the days, these were the dishes that I look forward to the most whenever my mama cooked. And I really miss eating those dishes, so mustering enough guts, I added a few vegetables that would go well with gata onto my grocery cart. I got a medium-sized squash and a bunch of string beans and decided to cook ginataang sitaw at kalabasa.
I cooked the dish a few days ago and I must say it wasn’t so bad for a start, even my sister liked it. I just need to add in a dash of salt to taste next time around. What do you think?
Hopefully I would be able to cook more vegetables in my kitchen and I also hope I can get the little man to try them, too! I shall be looking for more interesting vegetable and gata dishes online as soon as I am done reading this interesting post about a carpenter’s toolbox and a gripper. 🙂