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Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens,
bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens,
brown paper packages tied up with strings,
these are a few of my favorite things.
Remember Rodgers and Hammerstein song, "My Favorite Things"? Doesn't ring a bell? Try "Julie Andrews" and "Sound of Music."
I'm sure the circa-80's kids would be able to relate. For the young 'uns, pardon me for waxing nostalgic. But here's a video to show you what I mean:
Like this video, chocolate is among my favorite things. And mugs of hot chocolate made from boiled cocoa tablea are high up on my list.
Saturday, February 25, 2012
|Dulgies' Famed Tres Leches|
Maybe the Ilonggos of Iloilo City, just like their Bacolodnon relatives and neighbors, have teeth as sweet as the Bacolodnons are. Maybe Calea's success blazed trails for the new entrants to the dessert industry of Iloilo City. Maybe the dessert and restaurant boom was something that was waiting to happen, given that the Ilonggo seems to love his sweets. Either way, it's here, and there's no stopping it.
While Tinapayan held the fort of desserts for so long, and Red Ribbon came into the picture and held a great coexistence with Tinapayan, there wasn't anything similar to Calea for a long time. Mrs. Fudge used to be a great place to have desserts, but when you've tasted a Red Ribbon or Tinapayan cake, you won't want to have a Mrs. Fudge cake.
Then Calea happened. Truly, it put Bacolod on the map, once more. Dessert pilgrims, having discovered the wonder that is a Calea cake, have been known to come back for more.