The letter M reminds me of Mami, Mamon, and Monay.
Mami is the Philippine version of Japanese Ramen or Vietnamese Pho. This I can cook at home. Of course, it's not the same as eating it inside a small diner in the Philippines. The photo link has a recipe. You might want to try.
Mamon is fluffy bread. It's called sponge cake or chiffon cake. Whenever I got hospitalized, I remember seeing packs of Mamon as something given to me as a patient. It's easy to eat. It's also something given out during wakes or funerals. Mamon is sold here through Goldilocks, Red Ribbon, or Valerio's bakery. Normally, any Filipino store has it.
Monay is dinner roll. We can eat it at breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It's something I associate with Pansit Bihon. I love stuffing Monay with Pansit Bihon. I'm weird.
Stay tuned for N tomorrow.