July 30, 2010

Food Trip # 42 : @ Cusina de Oro (5 of 5)

AND AND


Buko Halo-halo



INTRO

Last January 9, 2010, i attended a friend's wedding in Cagayan de Oro City. MyGF and her mother had their hair and make-up done, me and myGF's dad is in their car cruising around the city to get his Barong (Filipinos most formal male garment) we came across to this one very inviting billboard sign.





i immediately forgot my manners in exclaiming "wow! they serve ostrich, i want to try that". her dad agreed and promised "you want that? tomorrow lets have our dinner there".

the next day, true to his words, her dad instructed myGF for us to meet them in Cusina de Oro after their tennis game. me and my GF had our mall tour first then we proceeded to the said resto and before we come inside, i took that photo.



for this last installment, but definitely not the last since i do plan do visit Cusina de Oro again, is this very awesome dessert.



My GF's dad really love fresh coconuts. be it for drinks and for dessert. he always have this for dessert.

its a fresh coconut shell, meat intact, filled with halo-halo mix topped w/ shaved ice; a scoop of ice cream and breakfast cereals (corn flakes i guess) and lots of milk.




daghan salamat to myGF and to her family for this awesome 'first ostrich' experience. dinning with you will always be a pleasure. busog kaayo ko *burp* :D until my next visit.

for the meme admins:

mesdames,

sorry for combining all 3 meme in one entry for the last few months. my files are all mess up until now. hopefully this August 2010 i can organize all food photos in my PC and make a single meme per entry. again, mesdames, my apologies.




Photo herein is captured using
Canon Powershot A580 in
Cusina de Oro
LKK drive, Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental, Philippines
last 10th of January 2010

kisses

8 comments:

maiylah said...

yummy! my family used to have fresh coconut all the time when i was young, too. never knew it was a luxury; i was too young to care, then. lol.

hey, you're getting good with the Bisaya dialect, Jay! you've got a good tutor. ;)

Jenn said...

Hehehehe...naka-linya talaga yung mga cornflakes?

My FTF post is up HERE. Have a yummy weekend!

shopannies said...

I have heard of ostrich meat before but have not had the opportunity to try it either I would have blurted the same out of my mouth as I love to try new foods

Luna Miranda said...

that looks good! nothing beats fresh buko juice as thirst-quencher.

gee said...

paborito ko yan, meron din ganyan sa Davao,,sarap, masisira diet mo,lol

u8mypinkc00kies said...

I've tried buko halo-halo from Buko ni Fruitas naman! so yumm :D

http://foodtripfriday.net/ said...

I can't blame your future FIL (father-in-law), kahit ako hindi nagsasawa sa buko eh!

Bogie said...

I love buko -halo too!

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