Into the Nothingness of Scorn and Noise

Victorian era fanatic, Romantic poetry (and poets) maniac, will commit murder to get my hands on a cravat and top hat. Living in the world of Charlotte Bronte.

Top: sizzling pork sisig. Minced pork and liver on a hot plate with peppers and onions, with an egg cracked over it, and cooked in its own heat. Served with vinegar.

Bottom: Halo halo. Shaved ice with evaporated milk in a glass with Nata de coco, jelly bits, and topped with vanilla ice-cream. This version comes with some malted crispy topping too.And purple taro paste :) Yum! Perfect for a hot day.

From Sunshine Cafe, Earls Court, London.

1 year ago

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    Ays Krim at Sis-seeg!!!
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  11. litlass said: you’re turning into a food blogger? ;) is this your own cooking? very interesting.
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filipino food pork sisig halo halo