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Posted 1/2/17
Maíz con hielo!
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Posted 1/2/17
i'd eat it
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Posted 1/2/17

HuastecoOtaku wrote:

Maíz con hielo!


omggg now i want to eat mais con yelooo ;-;
Posted 1/3/17 , edited 1/3/17

couvier wrote:


HuastecoOtaku wrote:

Maíz con hielo!


omggg now i want to eat mais con yelooo ;-;

Yummy!
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Posted 1/3/17
Never had Filipino food before.
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Posted 1/4/17
I'm a quarter Filipino and I've tasted certain dishes before. One that I liked quite a lot was a dessert. It's a custard that is similar to creme brulee but I prefer this one better. Don't know what it's called, though.
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Posted 1/4/17

LadyFingers888 wrote:

I'm a quarter Filipino and I've tasted certain dishes before. One that I liked quite a lot was a dessert. It's a custard that is similar to creme brulee but I prefer this one better. Don't know what it's called, though.


leche flan
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Posted 1/4/17

riamaria wrote:


LadyFingers888 wrote:

I'm a quarter Filipino and I've tasted certain dishes before. One that I liked quite a lot was a dessert. It's a custard that is similar to creme brulee but I prefer this one better. Don't know what it's called, though.


leche flan :D


There we go! Yeah, that's what I remember it was called. Leche is Spanish for milk, right?
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Posted 1/4/17 , edited 1/4/17

LadyFingers888 wrote:


riamaria wrote:


LadyFingers888 wrote:

I'm a quarter Filipino and I've tasted certain dishes before. One that I liked quite a lot was a dessert. It's a custard that is similar to creme brulee but I prefer this one better. Don't know what it's called, though.


leche flan :D


There we go! Yeah, that's what I remember it was called. Leche is Spanish for milk, right?


yep leche is surprisingly also a filipino swear word i'm not sure why
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Posted 1/4/17
Well isn't that nice though. haha. You get called a word that means sweet and creamy
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Posted 1/5/17
Chicken Inihaw & Chicken Inasal, Kare kare, Adobo, Kaldereta, Menudo, Pancit, Lechon, Longanisa, Lumpia, Turon, Halo halo, and any desserts with Ube!
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