Friday, January 8, 2016

A-Z Challenge: Letter M

The letter M reminds me of Mami, Mamon, and Monay.

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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.

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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.

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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.


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