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FOOD FINDS: Feeling Chef's Delectable Yema Spread and More

What I love about the holiday season is that there are a lot of SMEs with delectable food choices waiting to be discovered. And on this note, I'd like to introduce Feeling Chef Yema Spread.


At first, I thought its the usual yema spread. I mean, it is so easy to make yema spread because the recipes are all over the internet and of course, we can always ask our beloved lola for her recipe but Feeling Chef's Yema Spread has its own charm that's so hard to resist.


I don't really want to spoil the surprise but its really quite good. When I first tasted it, my mind was saying, "I should have paired it scone!" Yes, that's what really comes to mind. Luckily, I have the perfect cup of Wild Berry Tea to match. The perfect gift for the "titos" and "titas" and of course, the millennials. Even my young nephew was smitten with Feeling Chef Yema Spread.


So aside from the yema spread which really made my foodie heart happy, they also have Chili Garlic Oil, and Gourmet Bagoong, which I haven't really tried because I haven't seen green mangoes nor had time to cook kare-kare. It would be "dyahe" naman to bring your own "bagoong" to the restaurant and order kare-kare! Hahaha.



And here's the "piece de resistance," Feeling Chef Chili Garlic Oil. I added a few drops of it on my pasta (sorry, forgot to take photos) and WOW! That inexplainable feeling just hit me and made me dig for more mouthfuls of the now spicy pasta. Yum! Aside from pasta, the chili garlic oil can really be paired with other dishes especially fried fish (hubby's favorite). Daughter is skipping the chili garlic oil though but she loves the yema spread and suggested that we make pancakes so that she can pair that with the yema spread.




And here's the best part, these bottles are really, really affordable- P110 for the yema spread, P85 for the gourmet bagoong, and P85 for the chili garlic oil.

Feeling Chef Creations can be contacted thru its FB Page - Feeling Chef Creations. Place your orders na. ;)

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