I found another good thing in the hospitals open dining area. I call it street burger! I don't know the quality of the meat (and I'm afraid to think about it). I just enjoy it immensely because it's so juicy!
I finally got to eat from the hole-in-the-wall stands in East Avenue Medical Center. I have tried several dishes already. And one of my favorite is the Toknenengs. I initially called them Kwek Kwek but then my seniors corrected me and told me that it was called Toknenengs instead.
Enjoyed four pieces of them in the
residents' quarters' dining area ^_^
I poured all of the spicy vinegar dip in the cup.
I'm going back for more tomorrow.
I hope they're open on Sundays.
Well if you have, you would also like to make something like it at home. I'm sure we can if there's Cajun powder, some salt and pepper around the house and a can of whole kernel corn.
My sister frequents SereniTea in Eastwood City and always brings me home a cob or two as per request. I'm sure we're going to try making this on our own soon because we couldn't get enough of it. And money is surely going to run out if we keep spending P50.00 for each one all the time.
One afternoon at home, I read a tweet that someone is enjoying Sky Flakes with peanut butter in the office. Instantly, I wanted to eat one too! And so, I rummaged the pantry cabinet and found Sky Flakes (the one in green package which was supposed to be healthier) and Peter Pan peanut butter.
I wished we had the original Sky Flakes crackers full of transfat because
that would definitely taste better with Peter Pan peanut butter.