Simply Filipina

Have the passion of cooking, she's sharing you the goodness and deliciousness recipes from her KUSINA to your KUSINA! Or from my Kitchen to your Kitchen that will cost less yet very comforting that the entire family would enjoy! It's all about GOOD FOOD and more!!!

Filipinos recognized this as BISCOCHO- an old days bread baked into crunchiness with a lil spread of butter and sprinkled sugar on top. Last weekend we went to Sam's Club as you all know that the store is selling huge stuff you know haha! Anyways, i bought a big bag of sweet bread and i know there is no way me could finish eating them all... yikes! So the other day what i did is in order to preserved the bread for a while i baked to Biscocho, It is called BISCOTTI in English. Well, it is a good timing also because i was caving Filipino delicacies and this is just right for my craving right now. I made 3 Ziploc bags of this and i had 1 bag eaten already and the 2 is stock for later. It is good actually just like the biscocho in my hometown from the bakery.

There's no sound tracks in this blog anymore... no music! It is because i obviously deleted it for one reason the songs annoys me and i don't know why where in before i personally love it to listen repeatedly but mood change from loving it to hating it! But for the record i just can't stand the songs here in my blog but on the other settings i do listen though. That's why i said idk why here? whenever i heard it my ears bleeding and it is so annoying so bad maybe because i heard them gazillion times already so my brain won't take them anymore. So i decided to erase em once in for all! Thanks for all who likes it before and left some comments about it but am sorry also that i had no choice to just discharge them here. ( big grin)

Here i am again wanting the impossible... am talking about Filipino food that sure i can not have it here right now! I want to eat lechon baboy (roasted whole pork)! ora mismo! But where? where i could buy one? ughhhhhh...! Two weeks ago the Filipino store in Nashville was serving letchon to their store so Filipinos like me here in Tate can taste some again but i missed it and now i regret why we didn't drive there. Well my husband can't drive me in the first place he wis working Saturday still! Grrrrr... that's why u need to learn how to drive missy.. duh! Now what would i do for my cravings of lechon pig??? sigh... i guess i will do an alternative maybe will roas chicken later! UGHHHHHHHHHH...nothing can bit the lechon though, the crunchy top skin and the yummy goodness juicy meat inside... ohhhh it's devine! Oh well, i should quite complaining here no one can help anyway! LOL.