Honestly, it had to be one of the silliest things I’d ever seen. I mean, it was pretty darned obvious what it was filled with. The shape alone was a dead giveaway and the baker really wanted to rub it in by putting the word directly on the pastry: Ba•na•na. (What did you expect it to be filled with? Pureed pumpkin?!?)
I apologize for not being able to update SybDive as regularly as possible; I have been rather ill of late. (The flu is just nasty this time of year!) But, I’m back and have a fresh new set of culinary adventures to share.
This is often said about burgers: they tend to be flavorless provender, mass-produced meat by-products, and are generally uninteresting. This, of course, applies to burgers from most international franchises. (Ever had a Burger McDo? [shudders])
There are, of course, exceptions to this rule. Hotshots is one; Brothers Burger is another. One officemate of mine swears by Bite Club over in Blue Ridge, while another insists that homemade sliders are the way to go. Me, I have my own personal fave: Sango the Burger Master.
I like hanging out at the newest Ayala mall TriNoMa (short of TRIangle NOrth of MAnila); it’s fairly interesting, there are a number of shops I particularly like (bookstores and j-rock shops and beauty shops – oh, my!), and the food options there are rather varied. Whatever munchies you fancy, there’s bound to be a place for you at TriNoMa.
Cases in point: