Which 2 products do you like to eat together?

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White rice and ketchup yummmm

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Try salted egg, mayonaise and tomatoes. :grin:

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:
Try salted egg, mayonaise and tomatoes. :grin:


hmm.. really? I've never tried it with mayonnaise. 

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Puto and Sikwate, Chicharon and Vinegar, Pork/Chicken Barbecue and Soy Sauce.

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maebrizuela wrote:

hmm.. really? I've never tried it with mayonnaise.

Try it. But be warned, you might forget your name. 

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Phillip.Laplana wrote:
Ice cream + burger bun = Filipino Ice Cream Sandwich
My first reaction was "WHAT???!" Hahaha I never tried this and I'm not sure if I will like it. Interesting combination! LOL.

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Egg mayonnaise is a staple in my house, we like it with finely chopped onion or cucumbers 

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Charlyn wrote:

Puto and Sikwate, Chicharon and Vinegar, Pork/Chicken Barbecue and Soy Sauce.


what is Sikwate?

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Jade.Xuereb wrote:

Egg mayonnaise is a staple in my house, we like it with finely chopped onion or cucumbers

Yup. We also do that here. But for some people, it's not normal to combine mayonaise and salted eggs.

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:
maebrizuela wrote:
hmm.. really? I've never tried it with mayonnaise.

Try it. But be warned, you might forget your name.


Ohh.. gotta try this then!  

mismei

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You know what's really good, though? Peanut butter on a banana. mmmmmmmmm...

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Michelle.Batan wrote:

what is Sikwate?


It's hot choco, using tablea tablets (cocoa).

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Rose.Angelie wrote:
Michelle.Batan wrote:

what is Sikwate?

It's hot choco, using tablea tablets (cocoa).


oh i see. thank you :)

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

Jade.Xuereb wrote:

Egg mayonnaise is a staple in my house, we like it with finely chopped onion or cucumbers

Yup. We also do that here. But for some people, it's not normal to combine mayonaise and salted eggs.


So strange... Mayonnaise is made with eggs so why the hell not ? :joy::rolling_on_the_floor_laughing::grin:

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

Try salted egg, mayonaise and tomatoes. :grin:


why mayo? :sweat_smile: I have tried salted egg with tomatoes and fish sauce and calamansi :grin:

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Pizza and kiwi.


Pizza and dried dates.


Cocoa and boilt water (without any milk or sugar).


Lentils / millet / buckwheat and an egg.


Some tea blends and an additional spice or two added by myself.


Sometimes I also could like to eat just any mix of fruits and vegetables.


And as for dried fruits, I could mix them with "just anything". If you grind them and use them in moderation, they can serve as a sort of a spice anyway... 

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Fried chicken mixed with Fish Sauce and Tomato Dip. Yummy!

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