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May 08, 2007

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dexie

I remember this. When my mom was still alive she would make this for me and brother. Definitely brought back memories. Thanks :)

iska

Oh we do this too but a little different though... we break the egg on rice in a pan over low fire, mix for a minute or two and serve yellowish just like yours. Yummy! I still do that once in a while :-)

thess

My grandmother used to make this for us little children back then because we had a small poultry and fresh eggs overflowed every morning. Oh wow, I suddenly miss my grandma (rip)

I'll surely make this one of these days ...thanks for joggin' up my memory =)

ajay

wow! childhood memory nga. i also remember about the eggnog. anyways, will definitely be posting my dish tomorrow (manila time) as i was able to make my 'dessert' only tonight. wait ha:)

joey

Thanks for sharing this...this is the first time I hear of it and it is just my type of food :) I like anything with raw-ish egg in it :)

ces

hi Angelo,
here's my late entry! http://cesanciano.com/spiCes/archives/29
thanks again for hosting and resurrecting LP!

Zita

Uy! My dad used to do the same thing, ok, similar sya. He would crack the egg on steaming hot rice and add soy sauce tapos mix. How nice naman that you have something similar, I thought we were different.

ann

thanks for posting this.... it brings back childhood memories...my lola Iska introduce this to me and i remember eating it all the time... :) my my sister thought i'm weird from eating this! and this remind me of fresh steamed rice and gatas ng kalabaw with asin...

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Thanks for sharing this...this is the first time I hear of it and it is just my type of food :) I like anything with raw-ish egg in it :)

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My father always tell his experiences(it's his favorite when he was young) about this dish but I haven't try it yet.

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