Eating Peanut Brittle...

@ardoy0731 (6866)
Philippines
March 11, 2012 9:33am CST
I was craving for Pringles a while ago but now I' eating Peanut Brittle from Baguio.It was brought by my brother and said that it was given by my Aunt who went there for three days. Good evening everyone and have a peaceful night.
5 responses
@asdomencil (4276)
• Philippines
13 Mar 12
Peanut brittle is one of the trademarks of Baguio. Whenever someone goes there, this is always present in the list of stuffs they brought home together with the starberry jam/preserves. I guess because it is affordable (3 pieces for only 100 pesos).
@ardoy0731 (6866)
• Philippines
13 Mar 12
Yeah it is really their trademarks and quite cheaper there.I'm more on peanut brittle but do eat strawberry jam once in awhile.
• Philippines
13 Mar 12
Strawberry jams are too sweet. This is somehow weird, eat peanut brittle together with steaming-hot rice. Taste good though.
@doggydimon (1379)
• Philippines
11 Mar 12
Thanks for reminding me that. hahaha... I miss eating peanut brittle especially the branded one named Romana's. I can eat a whole medium sized container in just one eating. It is so sweet and delicious that I couldn't stop eating even my teeth hurts already. hahaha...
@ardoy0731 (6866)
• Philippines
12 Mar 12
Same here, can't stop it even though my teeth hurts,can't resist the sweetness and deliciousness.
@SIMPLYD (72899)
• Philippines
13 Mar 12
Oh your discussion made me crave for that Romana's peanut brittle. We don't have that here in Bicol. But we also have a pilinut brittle here and i tell you that it's more delicious than peanut brittle my friends.
• South Korea
11 Mar 12
hmm Im craving for chewy sampaloc now haha aka tamarind candy... one thing I really miss is Phil. are those foods..hmmm :) hmm I have such a long list and I will make sure I will eat em when I come for vacation :)
@ardoy0731 (6866)
• Philippines
11 Mar 12
I like eating sampaloc too especially the chili one that we can buy in the supermarket.My mom could also make a homemade one which is really yummy.
• South Korea
11 Mar 12
If I could really made one I would really love too.. but I dont think I could find the ingredients here..haha and I never tried chili sampaloc before haha omg omg now I want something sour haha..
@louievill (15495)
• Philippines
12 Mar 12
in the Southern Philippine, there is a variant of peanut brittle they call " bandi" and it even has a coconut version instead of peanuts but I would agree that the Northern (Baguio) version is better. it's really better, thinner and like a taste of butter and the sugar is like more caramelized and transparent. um...., Bicol province also has a pili nut version like a candy, tasted that?
@ardoy0731 (6866)
• Philippines
12 Mar 12
Indeed, there are lots of variety of it with their own unique taste. I like also eating pili nuts especially the sweetness and crunchiness of it.
• Philippines
12 Mar 12
hi! it's been a while since i got to enjoy peanut brittle while in baguio, since it's one of the delicacies we usually buy and bring from our local travels. and my last trip to baguio was september of last year, and i didn't have any at the time. missed out some, i guess. ohh thinking about sweets just made me crave for something sweet after dinner. perhaps kisses with almonds will have to do, i just hope there's some left. have a great evening ahead also.
@ardoy0731 (6866)
• Philippines
12 Mar 12
Yeah the sweetness and crispiness of it really makes me crave to eat it more.