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Philippine Art in the Nation Building Period (pre-war)

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Needed to get up early and cook for the chef in training. The season of change is upon us. #gamerchef #breakfast More mornings should be spent like this--flaxseed pandesitos, dark cherry on yogurt, and brewed Vietnamese coffee. Bought a bag of flaxseed pandesitos from the Sunday market. Really very good, a healthier version of pandesal. The guy who sells these breads have been selling them at the Sunday market for years, I intend to get more of his breads. Dark cherry on yogurt reminds me of the yogurt we used to buy in Bangkok almost everyday--but this is better, as it is fresh. Lovely morning, before a very hot day commenced. #breakfast #gamerchef #sunday #market Experimented with the vegetable noodles we found at the Sunday Market. We bought a pack of six, and I used two packs here--pumpkin and spinach. I need to improve on my cooking technique, as this type of noodle sticks a lot. It may be best to cook it like pansit. Made aglio olio, added some parsley and the last of the cherry tomatoes. The packs also come with chives and salt seasoning--but I only used one pack of seasoning for two packs of noodles. They assured me that there is no msg here, something so common in Pinoy food nowadays. Actually loved this, the noodles are so flavorful. I need to explore more ways of cooking this. #pasta #noodle #aglioolio #homecooked #homecooking Dinner was a bunch of stuff from the weekend market. We had leftover yang chow fried rice and tawilis from lunch. The asian garden salad was really nice--romaine lettuce, cherry tomatoes, and oyster mushroom. We baked the oyster mushroom in salt, pepper, and olive oil. The dressing was Asian vinaigrette--sesame oil, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, salt and pepper. The sesame oil gives it a nutty, fragrant flavor. Of course, the excellent find of the day--dark cherries! I LOVE dark cherries. (Quite expensive, but it really is my favorite.) Lots more that we got, healthier snacks and juices, will post about it when I can. For now, burp. #sunday #market #gamerchef #dinner Earlier today at the Sunday Market. Really love this market place--good affordable food, lots of fresh produce, and excellent local and experimental food products. Its also clean and very safe. We've observed that backpackers and travelers have discovered this market as well. Will post our various stash as we go along. Enjoyable Sunday, albeit quite hot. #sunday #market #gamerchef Late post. Pumpkin and black rice. An achievement for me, I find pumpkins challenging to cook. #lunch #pumpkin #homecooked #homecooking
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