It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged thanks to an epic flu I had just recovered from and I’ve been craving to be back at my keyboard and typing my thoughts away. I just got back from a short trip to Surabaya to attend one of my relative’s restaurant opening and it was nice to just get away from school works and all the stress for a few days. Unfortunately, I’ve got to stop procrastinating and catch up with all my deadlines for the upcoming week. Midterm exam is in 2 weeks and I am the least excited.
On a brighter note, spring is here and it’s meant to be refreshing and a feast of blossoms. Here’s some Spring-snack recipes I’ve been excited about tackling as the season unfolds.
Joy said in her blog post and I quote, “welcome to the weekend where there’s time enough for pancakes and reason enough for chocolate inside of them.” I hope you allow yourself at least one lazy day this weekend where you wear you pajamas so long into the day it doesn’t make sense to change out of them. Add homemade pancakes and that’s real, deep luxury.
There is breakfast. Thus, there is a breakfast dessert. Craving for something sweet with just a healthy hint of veggies and vitamins so you won’t feel as guilty after eating it for the rest of the day? Carrot cake cinnamon rolls to the rescue. I guess. I’ll let you know if this one works out.
Born being a half-bred Filipino, yet it took me 18 years to visit the Philippines. Early last year I went to visit this beautiful country and fell in love with the local cuisine, except for Balut (don’t even ask. Google for yourself). One thing I couldn’t stop eating was Turon. What is it? It’s a deep fried Filipino–style spring rolls with sweet banana fillings. It’s more or less a pisang goreng (a similar Indonesian snack) but smaller in size and usually comes with caramel sauce for dipping. If you’re ever in The Philippines or happen to have a pantry full of sweet bananas, it’s only a must to give this Pinoy dish a try. I’ve been intensely craving for it and looking forward to making a few dozen(s) with my grandma this weekend.