15 responses

  1. ciki luvs weekends!
    September 3, 2010

    ooo! rice flour cake.. so yummie! the ONLY thing that I like better than this is the BUTTER cake.. now that is an awesome cake.. it’s friday so.. let it be declared ..

    “AND THOU SHALT EAT CAKE!”

    tata, happy weekend

    • The Longest Way Home
      September 3, 2010

      Butter cake I have had. But eating it here is similar to eating something yellow and heart clogging! But yes, cake is good! Enjoy your weekend!

  2. Renny
    September 3, 2010

    I really like the way the cake has a split down the middle. Even street food can be artistic!

    • The Longest Way Home
      September 3, 2010

      Yea, they like to add a little flare to it!

  3. dcyr
    September 3, 2010

    Real bibingka uses rice flour and coconut milk, baked with slices of salted duck eggs and white goat’s cheese. Sugar is sprinkled on top and this caramelizes and forms snowflake like crystals when baked. MMMM!!

    • The Longest Way Home
      September 6, 2010

      I have to say, other than imported, I’ve not seen goats cheese in The Philippines!

  4. lyn
    September 4, 2010

    ^ i’m not a fan of the duck egg variety. but i dont mind extra carmelized snowflakes!

    photo is lovely! thanks man, you just put the ‘bib’ in bibingka (cause use of one is necessary when reading this post) :)

    • The Longest Way Home
      September 6, 2010

      Yep, I could do without the duck egg too! :)

  5. Earl
    September 5, 2010

    I just finished reading about Korean food on another blog and now it’s time for dessert over here! I’m a big fan of baked goods and the lack of good cake items here in Mexico has been a challenge.

    A bibingka would be most welcome right about now!

    • The Longest Way Home
      September 6, 2010

      Especially when straight out of the oven :)

  6. kwpang
    September 9, 2010

    Wow the bibingka cake look really yummy! as i travel i always look for food i always look for food that local the the area, this is really nice.

    • The Longest Way Home
      September 9, 2010

      Local food is best

  7. Cha
    September 16, 2011

    Bibingka from Ilocos is the best. Try it sometime :D

  8. Ian
    October 25, 2011

    For some reason, bibingkas are traditional Christmas season food. The best-tasting ones for me so far are those cute, buttery-sweet little bibingkas sold at Bibingkinta! stalls at the malls.

  9. Mct
    July 20, 2012

    Balasan, Iloilo bibingka is also a very delicious version.

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