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I'd grow them myself, but I am much too unstable at the moment. It does look like a good take with my business, when I go, though. It has made the list.
This is another popular and delicious Filipino delicacy we call Kutsinta. It is a chewy almost jelly kind of texture. It tastes sweet and creamy. This can be found sold in local markets, weekend markets and even supermarkets. One fond memory is I used to buy them after the early morning novena mass before Christmas, we call misa de gallo.
Steamed cake molds from leaves? That is very possible. We can use leaves that are long and slightly wide, and have a thick texture that is strong to hold food ingredients.
|Salut à tous ...
900 g de Coings
900 g de Sucre
1 litre d'eau
Un peu de manutention .... ^^
Et c'est un délice... essayez ... moi j'adore
Hi all ...
900 g of Coings
900 g of sugar
1 liter of water
A little handling .... ^^
And it's a delight ... try ... I love it
I've previously been introduced to the pleasure of drinking Chimarrão the Brazilian Erva Mate (Yerba Mate). Chimarrão is a hot drink but summer is coming soon in Australia and I wanted a cold drink, that's how I discovered Tereré which is no more any less than cold Yerba Mate.
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