Speaking of Titay's, my sister Binky who comes to Manila every other week, brought me some of my childhood favorites from Titay's when she was here last week. I had some delicious piece of home. You see, when we were kids, my paternal grandparents used to take us to the beach up north on weekends. After swimming, we'd drop by Titay's and then go to my grandparents' farm. My sisters and I loved this little tradition and we always looked forward to these weekend trips.
While munching on rosquillos last week, I couldn't help but wish I was sharing those yummy egg cookies with my grandparents the way I used to as a kid. They both passed away some years back and Titay's will always remind me of them.
Here's sharing my favorites from Titay's.
I love their rosquillos.
When we were kids, my sisters & I would put them on our fingers and pretend they were rings!
Because I love peanuts, I love this, second to masi.
A version of peanut brittle that's gooey with goodness. :D
At home, we call this "ba-o ba-o."
Inside this crunchy crust is a burnt sugar filling I absolutely love!
This is nothing like the polvoron that we are used to.
This one is a cookie, inspired by the spanish shortbread, polvorones.
I love to pair Galletas del Carmen with milk.
Otap is one of my favorite biscuits to munch and snack on.
When in Cebu, go visit Titay's and take home some happiness!
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(less than a kilometer from San Fernando Rey Parish Church)
Titay's products are also available in --
San Nicolas Basak
Gaisano Country Mall
Gaisano Fiesta Mall
Super Metro Mandaue
Metro Supermarket (Tita Guapa)
Robinson's Robinson's Banilad
Supervalue Elisabeth Mall
Supervalue Nortn Reclamation Area
Island Pasalubong Mall
S & R
Dother Monterona Store
Amparo Mercado Store
Alvin Alazas Store
Ricky's Pasalubong Center