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Breaking The Monotony — 14 Comments

  1. when we go places, i can only eat the same food for the first two days, but on the third day i am already looking for a variant and something else to eat as we Filipinos call it – nakakaumay 🙂

  2. Goodluck on being able to make equally tasty and great looking crepe 🙂 I think you could! Merely your talking about crepe is making me hungry here and craving. Thank you for virtually giving me a taste of great foreign food. 🙂

  3. Very deliciously-looking food at that for Chinese cuisine. Luckily, I made a crepe every week, a savory one, not the sweet crepe. I studied this crepe-making before.

  4. Baguette? I thought they were hard? I sure don’t want to hurt my teeth anymore, I used to love hard or double-baked pastries but I have to lay low. I love crepes too and I just miss them, my favorite is the mango crepe from French Baker. Now, I don’t know where to find them. LOL. Btw, haven’t been to Italy but I am sure I am going to love their foooood! 😀

  5. @ kulasa
    oh my, years later, I still haven’t been able to make a decent crepe. It’s not easy to make so I just make do with what’s available in the restos around here offering crepe when I have a craving for it.

    @ Jo
    Baguettes are not hard as rock if the baker is good and it’s freshly baked. Plus, no other place makes the best baguette than France. No, this wasn’t in Italy, we were in France. 🙂

  6. when i was still inspired before to make “fancy” breakfast, haha, as hubby’s niece would describe it here, I would make crepes often, but now, haaaaaay, kakatamad na. I love crepes. I haven’t tried banana-nutella yet, thanks for giving me that tip, next time hubby’s niece would join us for her summer vacation, i would make her this as nutella is her favorite, haha. or i could ask her to make us banana-nutella crepe since she loves cooking too 🙂

    thumbs up to your hubby for looking for Chinese food or anything Asian, that’s very “me”, haha! Frankly, I would always look for something “Asian” or Mid-eastern, or anything with rice in the menu 🙂 when we travel

  7. Not a typical me. I can last a year eating fried chicken. but Chinese dishes are that good naman, specially the beef noodles paired with siopao.

  8. I hope to visit France someday Sis 🙂 All the foods looks delish especially the noodles 🙂 It makes me drool 🙂 Vacationing to a different country is exciting and that includes trying new foods as well 🙂

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