Bicol’s Delicacy

I’ve been flooding with a lot of Caramoan pictures the past days and I’m nearing the end of it. Promise, lol. Anyway, since I went to Bicol last weekend, as the usual Filipino custom, we bought goodies to take home. Bicol is very well known for making delicacies from Pili Nuts. I bought two kinds to take home.

Sugar Coated Pili Nuts. These are hard. If you eat Nagaraya, it’s as hard as that but of course sweet. I got this (along with two other containers: 1 for sugar coated the other for sesame seed coated) for 165 which I asked for a mark down to 150. Hehe.

Bonbones. It’s like a crunchier yema. Yummy! They sell this P100 per 3 packs. Saw another store that sells it for P200 per 7 packs. If I have these everyday I’d always eat it, lol.

Too bad they’re all gone now. I ordered them, “Off to your master’s stomach!”

++ I’ve had this song playing in my ears all afternoon so I thought I’d share it with you. I don’t know about you but I think the music video is hilarious. :p

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