Monday, August 24, 2009

Philippine Sapin-sapin and Pichi pichi

This morning my husband and I went to Malabon,
to buy the famous Sapin-sapin and Pichi Pichi in Dolor's that is situated in the heart of Malabon,
we took a long drive to buy this for our grandmothers 75th birthday this afternoon.

Sapin-sapin
(Picture borrowed from Google)

It is made from rice flour or rice that has been soaked over night then crushed into paste
for more detailed info click here.

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Pichi Pichi
Pichi-pichi, the other famous Filipino delicacies, made of grated cassava root, flour and Lye.


My husband got this shot while I am eating a piece of pichi-pichi,
actually it's not just a piece... *-*

See? I almost ate it all
it's so yummy, and yo uknow before we got home ther's no more left in this box
ha.ha.ha

have a nice day every one!

7 comments:

Jan Mader said...

The food looks fabulous. Happy Birthday to your grandmother.

And..1 Corinthians 13:5-7
says it best of all...you're so right!

Sweet Girl said...

Hi,

Pichi-Pichi looks really tasty.
No wonder your box was empty before you reached home.

Thanks for the comments on my blog.

Dana Yoshimizu said...

hahaha, I always end up eating the food I get in the car too! ;D & I've never tried either of those, but they sure look good~!

Lily said...

Wish your grandmother a Happy Birthday from me! I have never tasted those treats. They must be good...

Denise said...

Great photos. Everything looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing them. Have a great week.

Abby Kihano said...

*drools* omg ! that looks so good!!! i want some!!! ship some to me!! ahahhaha!

AL said...

Oh yes, who wouldn't miss sapin-sapin and pichi-pichi! I know the store but we don't go there, we just ask for someone to bring for us. It is a very sweet birthday treat especially for Lolos and Lolas.

AL