Tag desserts

I want some Bad Cookie!

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Bad CookiesWhen I’m having a rough day, I want me some Bad Cookie?! *yuum*

I first heard of Bad Cookie from a friend and just with it’s name, I know it’s one bad-ass cookie that I just have to try. They are a home-based desserts shop that have a dessert menu that would represent all the witty, weird and quirky in you. Green TT Minded, anyone?

Their cookies are soft, chewy, buttery, with real premium chocolates and different exotic flavors to choose from. This is one indulgent treat for your day to day, freshly baked every time!

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Love the elegant black and white packaging. Somewhat of a contrast to the quirkiness of their cookies.
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Happiness in a box of Bad Cookie!
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“There’s always a bad cookie in the jar.”

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Flavors: {L-R, T-B} Green TT Minded, CheeseOreoserous, Reese in Piece, Da Bean Cheese, Twisted Logic and Bitter Tweet.
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Bad Cookie: CheeseOreosorous
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Bad Cookie: Twisted Logic

Tell me, what’s your flavor? These bad-ass cookies can be delivered within Metro Manila.

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Facebook: Bad Cookie
Phone: +639174800597

Gourmet Fair

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We chanced upon a gourmet food fair at Gateway Activity Area and wandered around the area to see what will pique our interest. There’s a lot actually — like this flavored chocolates with personalized wrappers. I think it’s the perfect giveaway to any party.

But what excites me with these kinds of food fair is the chance to discover local food and desserts shop. In the end, we decided to take home MedChef‘s revel bar (3pcs for Php100). #supportlocal

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To more foodie discoveries and sweet beginnings!

Panghimagas

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Panghimagas is a Tagalog word for dessert. A term that is perfectly suited to call the sweet treats after a full delicious meal. To cap off our dining experience at St. Nicholas, we tried Civet coffee over these delightful sweets.

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{ Civet “alamid” Coffee, world’s most expensive coffee }