Tired but tummy super full. Sissy in law’s husband celebrated his 51 years of life. As usual, there was lechon and a whole lot more of yummyliscious foodies. I just picked few pieces of lechon and that’s it. SIL asked me cook Cordon Bleu a la Riz with ham and cheese as filling. After cooking, I stayed until noontime to help her with other dishes. There were so many, I allowed my eyes to feast only. It’s a good thing, (unlike hubby^_^) I didn’t have trouble “snubbing” foodies. Tasting every dishes is enough for me
But, then, I had sinfully indulged on the “sugpo” and these delectable “puto” (native rice cakes) which SIL had let me “take-out”. Gee! Thanks. Mahirap lutuin yan! The only “puto” I could cook was this BIKO and oh, yes, INANGIT. These rice cakes were too laborious too cook.
- clockwise from the top: biko, espasol, sapin-sapin and maja blanca
Rice cakes’ kinda heavy on the belly. Will save these in time for tomorrow’s coffee