Saturday, March 24, 2007

HIZON's : The Best RAISIN BREAD. Ever!!!

Our family has two Raisin Bread traditions:

the french bread-shaped loaves of the Baguio Country Club,

and these:
the old-fashioned kind available at Hizon's/Za's Cafe in Malate.




By far,
this is my favorite!


These are pillow-like:
as large as your favorite small pillow,
and pillow-soft as well.

You can eat them straight up,
and probably finish half a loaf in doing so,
because this is a fluffy, flaky sweet bread,

the type that you can compress into a ball
and pop into your mouth if you prefer to do so.


Better yet,
try it this way:


cut one-inch thick slices,
pop into a toaster for 3-4 minutes,
or until the edges darken,

then simply slather some full cream butter
on the now-crunchy and croissant like slices.


And don't be surprised if it sort of tastes like....


that's right....

HIZON's ENSAYMADAS!!!

1 Comments:

Blogger writerinresidence said...

Man, you're foodie entries are great...My particular fave? The one that shows the dinner waiting for you at 11pm - Ano ba yan!

March 27, 2007 at 10:04 AM  

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