I was a girl on a mission during our latest trip to Baguio. The mission? Binge on as many Asian snacks as my stomach can tolerate. hoho! And from this post, you can tell it was a success.
Baguio is a food refuge to us so it is little wonder that our trips here turn into an eating fest. But that's alright because you'll burn all those calories with all the walking you will inevitably do (not that I'm much of a calorie watcher).
Random photos and commentary coming up...
Magnum? What Magnum? Korean Sandwich ice creams are still the best.
We make it a point to visit the Takoyaki stand. It wasn't as epic as it used to be. They're becoming a tad stingy with the tako and pickled ginger so all you can really taste from it is the cabbage and the batter. /meh
Korean ice cream sandwiches are drool-worthy. I must try the Taiyaki-like ice cream they have next time.
Frozen chapssalddeok! I've been trying to recreate this at home but I've always failed in microwaving the glutinous rice concoction. Oh well, I'll try again next time.
Red beans! Soft and squishy chapssalddeok. Chapssalddeok is a lot like Mochi in Japan. They also have colorful Mandus but we'll try that next time.
Seol Han Na in To The Beautiful You was eating this stuff so I was curious as to how it tasted like. It's like a cross between wafer and kropek here in the Philippines.
Found rice paper! Now I can (try) replicate the Vietnamese spring rolls we ate at Pho Saigon last time.
To have my very own herb garden - this is one of the things I have included in my bucket list.
Well, I hope you enjoyed this little photo journey of Little Red, err, floral hood. Hope you are all having a fantastic Monday!