Food post… Cassava~
Buddy’s cassava is good, but I’m not really a fan of desserts like this one. Last night my mom brought home a one of a kind cassava cake, her friend made it and they have a shop somewhere in San Juan. What’s makes it appealing for me? Refer to photos below…
They are so soft and looks like little Crème Brûlée’s noh?
It has that Crème Brûlée’s consistency (slight), and it’s much softer as compared to Buddy’s. Buddy’s and Cassava crème royal are both different in their own ways. I may not be a huge cassava dessert fan but this one is worthy in my list.
Cassava crème royal says:
Experience the countryside in this traditional recipe of homemade goodness. A high-enery booster, Cassava Creme Roy prepared is distinctly prepared from farm-fresh superior quality cassava root crops, cultivated organically in Southern Luzon, where tropical sunshine rests idealy for growing cassava.
With its delightful mouthwatering quick melt double cream topping, Cassava Creme Royal truly an idyllic companion for soda, juice drinks, tea or coffee. Proudly Filipino!
I can’t wait to eat this tomorrow, I’m still so full from tonight’s dinner – Mechado.
Cassava cake anyone?
Oh by the way, I just wanted to share with you my new tripod
I was taking a video of my nephew’s, what goes on during our weekends at home. This tripod isn’t new really, it’s my mom’s. But since she’s not using it, I arbor-d it instead, yahoo. LOL!