What’s for breakfast?

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

14 Responses

  1. noemi says:

    wow interesting!. i should do the same hehehehe.

  2. Connie says:

    Not the spam-and-eggs, I hope? LOL

  3. dhayL says:

    i love the idea of eating “kakanins” for breakfast! i would love to have kakanins for breakfast the next time i go back home! normally we associate kakanins for merrienda, i remember back home, everyday, aling dely use to sell diff kakanins in her bilao, and i buy diff kinds everyday, i miss that!

  4. eumir213 says:

    sawap naman nung adobo :)

  5. beng says:

    onga no? sa min man ang kakanin e laging meryenda e. mis ko yung suman sa lihiya. masarap sya partneran ng matamis na bao pramis! =)
    pero its quite interesting yung idea ng soup stock mo. gano ba sya tumatagal sa ref/freezer? isa kasi ko sa mga nasanay sa mga cubes for convenience na rin cguro. and you are right kasi d naman sya ganun kahealthy kasi puro sodium nga.

  6. KK aka Tina says:

    I’m drooling over the suman Ate Connie, pwede bang paki FTP? Nakakagutom at nakaka-homesick ang bumisita sa blog ninyo.

  7. dhayL says:

    quick question re:homade broth, how long can u keep them in the fridge?

  8. dhayL says:

    pahabol ms connie, what do u call this “noddle soup dish” with chicken or beef broth, sliced hard-boiled egg, deep fried garlic and scallions? maninipis yung noodles nya, what do u call that again? i made it last tweek, it was my fave among noddle soup dish, very warming during the winter months up here! thanks!

  9. Connie says:

    Leng and DhayL, in airtight containers in the freezer, broth can last for several weeks.

    Tina, hahahaha wala yata lasa pag FTP lang hehehehe

  10. mareza says:

    you gave me an idea how to serve soup.i always make a big pot and eating it for 3 days is tiring.
    adding fresh vegetable each day and differrent each time will make the soup more exiting.
    a grand idea says the husband, although he’s not
    really complaining.i just wish i have the energy to
    cook everyday.

  11. now a mom of 5 says:

    we usually eat suman sa ibos fried. we cut it lengthwise down the middle, fry it then eat it with fresh sweet mangoes….masarap siya :)

  12. Connie says:

    mareza, freeze the soup in portions and you don’t have to have soup for days in a row. You can have several days of rest from soup in between. :)

    Now a mom of 5, you might want to check out my butter-fried suman with mangoes and cherries for a more colorful version of the traditional fried suman and mangoes. :)

  13. chick says:

    we love kakanins for breakfast! usually we’d have it on weekends when my parents visit the market early morning! :) on usual days, you’d see “silog”/ rice meals on our breakfast table.. but me, i love sandwiches or pancake for breakfast!

  14. nina says:

    Back home, in our province, the usual beakfast/morning snack if someone went to the market on early morning are kakanin or seafood(pangat na isda, alimasag, halabos na hipon) or pacit palabok.
    We eat suman sa lihiya with fresh coconut and sugar and I love suman sa latik. SPAM is a favorite too…

    Now, I miss home!!!