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Dolor's Sapin-Sapin

I've almost forgotten Dolor's until I chance upon its newly opened stall beside Kookie Corner in Unimart, Greenhills. I excitedly chose a "bilao" of sapin-sapin that is neither too big nor too small.

Flashback early YK2: daughter's fave pasalubong from her tita R was pizza-pink! It took us several bilaos of sapin-sapin before we figured out that she calls it pizza-pink. Pizza because its round and pink because of the light-red sapin-sapin part in the middle. Hahaha. I even remember driving all the way to Malabon just to buy sapin-sapin from Dolor's. Yes, that's how crazy I can be when it comes to food.



Sapin-Sapin. Excellent!


Puto-Kutsinta (kutchinta). Looks nice. Tastes okay for me but not that memorable.


Puto-Ube. Daughter says its okay. Forgot to taste this. But judging from the empty container, I guess its more than okay. :)


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