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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Red, Yellow, Red, and Blue?

I’m know to procrastinate on multiple things in life like cleaning, deciding what to cook for dinner, and making decisions.  I try not to with any food challenge i participate.  The key word is “try” because i tend to brain storm for most of the month, debate when is a good time to get the ingredients, than loaf around until I’m motivated.  I actually got stuck with this challenge.  Ray of Work with Ray, Oggi of I Can do That, and Chef Theodore of Chef by Day, and Boyet of Reel and Grill picked a very unique twist.  A dish must contain blue, yellow, white, and red.  We had to use a natural food color which was not easy to figure out what to do.  I even made my own blue dye out of red cabbage.  I had no idea what to do with it and I don’t think anybody would appreciate a Puto (rice cake) with a hint of cabbage.   It took the the whole month to finally decide what to do.  Want to hear what i came up with?   Pianono filled with blueberries, strawberries, cool whip (sorry i had 3 tubs in the freezer and i was in need of using it) and mango.  I used my pianono recipe from a past post.  The Daughter has been bugging for a cake for a week now so why not kill two birds with one stone.  She did look for a birthday candle because she thinks every week is her birthday.  I have no idea why,  she is probably wanting stuff.

 

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This is filled with whipped cream for white, blue berries for ….duh blue, strawberries for red, and mango for yellow.
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16 comments:

  1. Love this post on pianono, a favorite! And best of all, you had me at Mango! Love it! Glad to cook along with you on this KCC Challenge!

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  2. that looks great, Joy. didn't know pianono was a cake :-) yummy!!

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  3. That looks great! Sosyal ang pianono mo, I love it. This is creative thinking,Joy.

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  4. Nice! Your pianono looks very fluffy and moist -- yumm! Thank you for sharing your Kulinarya post.

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  5. great looking pianono... I must learn how to do this .... my kids will surely love it :)

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  6. Pianono, yum! Haven't had it in forever... make some for me next time, ok? ;)

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  7. I think it took a lot of creativity to come up with the blue part. I don't know what I would have done. Blueberries are perfect. It looks delicious!

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  8. Ohhhh...pianono! This was my favorite when I was growing up in Mindoro. I used to buy this everyday from a friend's bakery! Your version sounds so good! I love the filling!

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  9. What a great dessert, this looks delicious! :)

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  10. Lovely pianono. Don't you just love that cute name. The filling sounds so delicious. That must go so well with the sponge.

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  11. I never heard of pianono - looks scrumptious!

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  12. Great idea you came up with for the challenge. Love the creamy stuff with all the fruits inside. Never made pianono before, now on my list to bake! And I'd also like to try that cabbage puto now :)

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  13. This is great. I haven't eaten pianono in eons...I want!:)

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  14. ohh Pianono, I can't remember the last time I had them.

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