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Thursday, 09 December 2021



savory & sweet, nice variety!


Filipino food is great, Kat! There's pineapple in the breakfast sausage/longanisa, which compliments the garlic in the rice. The various pastries (soft rolls as well as baked crusts) filled with chicken or beef stew are great savory bites in addition to those with sweet fillings.


Sounds great I'll have to check out the location in National City one of these days.


All bakeries are interesting, but some are more interesting than others, Joy. Valerio's is a great choice no matter what you are craving or curious about trying.


I like their pan de sal.


I didn't even put up a photo of those, Soo! Depending on my mood, either pan de sal here or double loaves of French bread at Lucky Market are the usual purchase. Fresh bread is necessary.

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