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Thursday, April 01, 2010

Reader's Gallery #15


Thanks to Mercie for sharing a photo of the binangkal that she made.

Mercie was the one who requested that I make the binangkal, so I owe it to her to learn how to make this snack that is popoular in Cebu.









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4 comments:

  1. wow.. i love binangkal manang.. hintayin ko po yung recipe! can't wait to make this po :)

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  2. meron na po pala recipe! na eexcite na ko gumawa nito manang! thanks so much po sa recipes nyo..

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  3. hi joy,
    Thanks for your comment! Enjoy preparing piaya and binangkal!

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  4. hi mAnAng musta?nag try akong magluto ng binangkal ginaya ko recipe mo kaso yaw dumikit ng mga sesame seeds hehe,masarap siya kaya lang hindi ako satisfied kasi yaw dumikit ng mga sesame seeds,ang daling naubos noong bagong taon.bakit kaya ayaw dumikit?God bless you thanks sayo sa mga effort mo.

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