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Homie’s Milk Tea & Takoyaki: Homie Away from Home

Eeiii, Panagbenga is just around the corner.

Baguio Homie's Milk Tea and Takoyaki facade 2019

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Notable Edibles #2 – Street Food (Bonifacio Street)

Street Food (Bonifacio Street)

Street food, it forms a huge part of the dining scene probably in every country and in every city in the world.  In the City of Pines, these little snackables are mostly found near schools.

Walking along Mabini Street just recently, I noticed that the area where the stall of Aquino’s used to be had been fenced off.  (Probably another “on this site will rise” a commercial building *sigh.)

(I hope Aquino’s wonderful store of tokeneng, mango halves that you “use” like a spoon for the shrimp paste and palamig/coolers just moved someplace nearby … if they did, UB people please give me a heads up about where I can find them . Thanks, guys! I really appreciate it. (“,))

Bonifacio Street Baguio street food (tokneneng)

Tokneneng in a cup. (“,)

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A New Meaning to the Phrase ‘Food For Thought’ PS3 (postscript 3)

Ohh, no, not again.

I suppose that’s just how life is.  One day, everything’s on the up and up; and another day, it’s not.  \m/ I was trying to satisfy my brazo de Mercedes craving and so we visited Baguio’s best kept secret for cakes, Red Cherries.  There was no brazo that day but we got ourselves some dessert anyway. (“,)

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