Here's my share for our Kulinarya February theme ~ a taste of love.
Abigail of Nappytales and Marni of Kensington Kitchen, our hosts for this month brought out the cheesy and gooey side of us.. having us remember the sweet moments of our first love (aww to some might be the sour / bitter moments). Lucky me, I'm still sharing the buffet of flavors with my one true love Mr. B.
Fresh from college, I shared an apartment with some friends. Mr. B also lives in the same compound so we were practically neighbors. But we haven't met or even crossed path until after a year. Why? Because I used to work graveyard shift (8pm - 6am) in an american data processing company that time, and he was on his 5th year engineering class. I'd usually be home at 9am the sleep until 3pm . And he has his morning and afternoon classes. And maybe because I was a daytime zombie, I don't exactly recall how we exactly met. Toinks! Nevertheless, it's been a colorful, lovely 13 years since then...
|Danggit and Chorizo Cebu|
Now we're having breakfast for dinner.... ( yes, you've read it right!)
This is his favorite and mine too... Danggit and chorizo cebu. He's a cebuano by the way. We used to stroll the street of Larsian in Cebu and endulged with lots of barbecues, chorizos and puso - rice wrapped in palm leaf. We've been craving for this for such a long time, thanks for his cousins from Cebu who visited recently and brought us packs of danggit and chorizong cebu.
I had it paired with Papaya-Calamansi smoothies. Sarap!
Funny, but I can't eat papaya without calamansi - these two goes best together....
Any meal when shared with your loved ones, no matter how simple and plain it is, tastes like gourmet.
What you need:
1 med sized ripe papaya, peeled and seeded
calamansi juice (about 6 pcs calamansi)
honey, as desired
- Simply put everything in a blender to make this healthy smoothie.
- Transfer to glasses.
- Serve with love! Enjoy!
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