Last Saturday, my brother brought home another Chef Tony’s Popcorn. This is the second time that my brother brought home this kind of popcorn. I am not complaining, but rather, I am glad that his pasalubong is Chef Tony’s Popcorn, even if we are not in the cinemas.

The very first puffed corn that I tasted from Chef Tony’s is the Dark Chocolate (with honey roasted almonds) flavor. At first, I thought that I will never like that kind of popcorn because it will be both sweet and salty. I am not fan of sweet and salty foods because I remember the boiled kamoteng kahoy (tapioca) that was both mixed with salt and sugar.
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Chef Tony's Dark Chocolate

The Chef Tony’s Dark Chocolate popcorn is just fine and suited my taste buds. The sweet flavor overpowered the salty taste that’s why I liked it.
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Actually, it is yummy. The photo is just bad. :-P

Last Saturday, my brother brought White Country Cheddar flavor, and I also liked it.

Now I wonder when my brother will bring home another Chef Tony’s Popcorn.

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4 comments
  1. bluedreamer27 November 10, 2010 at 12:22 AM  

    uy sarap naman nyan... care to share??? haha

    anyway... ang gaganda naman ng layout mo... super...designed like a pro

  2. Ishmael Fischer Ahab November 10, 2010 at 12:43 PM  

    Wahaha! Ubos na Blue eh. Next time na lang.

    Ngak! Hindi ako nag-design ng mga yan. Pinagkukuha ko lang yan sa Internet. Puro free blog templates lang gamit ko for my blogs.

  3. Thailand Real Estate December 22, 2010 at 6:17 PM  

    I love the smell of popcorn very much and I can have it at any part of the day. I have never tasted Chef Tony's popcorn but I'm sure it is really tasty.

  4. Ishmael Fischer Ahab December 23, 2010 at 2:29 PM  

    @Thailand:

    Chef Tony's Popcorn is great. You should try it.