Friday’s Feast # 140


What is your favorite kind of bread?

Pandesal (literally translated – bread with salt) is probably the Philippines’ national bread. I love it warm with melted butter and a cup of hot coffee (usually for dunking!). My husband and kids, on the other hand, love making ice cream sandwiches with it. Yum!


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When was the last time you bought a new pillow?

Back in November 2006.

Approximately how many hours per week do you spend surfing the ‘net?

Oh my, let me count the hours… I need a calculator. BRB…

About 28 hours! Wow, this question is a real eye-opener. And my 4-hour/day estimate is conservative.

Main Course
What’s the highest you remember your temperature being?

I remember getting 40 degrees centigrade (or 104 degrees Fahrenheit) whenever I was sick with flu or tonsillitis back in my teenage years.

Fill in the blanks: When I ____________, I _____________.

When I walk, I walk fast! (I’ve often been asked “Hey, what’s the hurry?”)

*** Friday’s Feast friends: I’m sorry I’ve got to run; my kids, nieces and I are going swimming in a while. It is a hot summer day in our country! I will return your comments later! Thank you 🙂

12 thoughts on “Friday’s Feast # 140

  1. Pan de sal. 🙂 That sounds good! And so Spanish! (I’m from South America, so I love how there are so many Spanish words in Philippines).

  2. Hi Jmom! No, i did not bake those… I don’t bake because it’s too precise and challenging for me haha. thanks for the visit!

  3. That bread looks delicious!! If I drop by, will you make me some? 🙂 A hot summer day? Sounds strange for it to be summer in April to those of us here in the U.S. We are supposed to have rain tomorrow and it is only 50 degrees here right now, but I’ll be in the pool at 9:00 a.m. for water aerobics. The indoor pool, that is. 🙂

    My feast is served! Stop by after you dry off! 🙂

  4. Pan de sal! Love love LOVE it with Queensland butter – the one that comes in the red can. I can almost smell the hot pan de sal and the melted butter now. YUM!

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