December 2, 2021

6 thoughts on “Returning Bakery and Items

  1. Hi John. LONGggg time no type. Good to see you and Lita are alive and well – in spite of things like earthquakes, etc. Something’s happening to our world which makes one wonders … but that’s for another day to chew the fat over.

    I’ll have to admit pandesal is also a favorite of mine. There are attempts by Filipino expats to replicate and market it here but they don’t taste like the ones in the PH.

    Hope to get back there sometime this year, God willing. In the meantime, I have a lot to catch up on with your blog.

    Take care and be real good to yourselves [you, Lita, and the rest of the family].

    1. It has been a long time. I was wondering what happened to you. We are still alive and well. Glad to see you are also. The earthquake was only a small scare, no big deal. Most people do like the pandesal and recently we’ve been getting some good stuff, not so hard like before. I wish they would make it next door, but I can’t force them.
      I hope that you find something interesting when catching up with the blog. I have enough information for a couple more posts right now. I’ll probably do one now and schedule it for a couple of days from now.

  2. Hi UJ- Like you, pandesal is one of my favorite carbs at breakfast along w/ egg omelet or scrambled eggs w/ cheese. In a year or two, I’ll be a Balikbayan like Lita and you! Blessings to you and please keep on blogging!;)

    1. I was just getting ready to eat breakfast, which includes more panesal, and I was going to do my normal routine of toasting them and eating them with tomatoes. However, now I think I will make myself an omelet instead to go along with it. A ham & cheese omelet sounds good. If only I had some ham or cheese. The only thing I think I have is onions and tomatoes. Let me look…… I’ve got some leftover Chooks to Go roasted chicken. I’ll add that in there also. Maybe some hot peppers, if I can find any. It’s been a while since I’ve had an omelet. Thanks for the comment and the idea.

    1. Yeah. It’s much nicer than before and the people that work there are always nice to me when I go by. I’ll need to find out about how long they keep the bread before they give it away or toss it. I haven’t personally bought any bread there yet, but I’ve bought other things in the store.

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