The Month of the Heart of Winter

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Ever since I cut on the meat and processed food I seldom get to taste corned beef, which is by the way one of my favorite breakfast items. But once in a while when home in Cavite I got to savor the beefy flavor of this canned goodie. I love Purefoods corned beef, the classic one, and dislike the imported brands because some looks like meat loafs and the others look mushy like dog food. Eww!  Anyway, there’s no corned beef battle here, this post is about the culmination of my Delimondo’s experience.

Last week, I chanced upon Delimondo cans in Rustan’s and took home a thrift pack to end my ever curious side. I shortly documented the cooking part #walangmagawa 😀


Prepare your Delimondo can, 1 big onion and 1 head garlic.


Open the can, contrary to a review I read somewhere it does not have the usual lard and all but its natural juices. So what do we have here? Maybe the difference is Delimondo cans are not so fatty filled.


Saute your onion and garlic, I usually set aside half of the onions (half-cooked) for garnishing. And pour the whole can of your ranch style corned beef. Add salt to season. I noticed the sad state of my pan here, not good enough for this shoot. 😦


Delimondo’s empty can, with lard on its bottom too.


Now, get a charming plate to add colors and for a picture perfect photo for IG purposes.


Delimondo corned beef is true to its name, delicioso and shredded to the right consistency. I’m convinced why this has become the favored brand now by many. With its top-choice ingredients, the imported ones are no match.


And like Iya of Bacon and Bangles I had pandesal (Pan de Amerikana’s) with it, it’s so good! And I had it for dinner and breakfast the other day.


My rainy night comfort food ♥

Now, I’m contemplating on my next Delimondo can, the Garlic and Chili variant. I’m planning to get a stash again over the weekend, some 260g of ranch style which I’ll save for the rainy days.


I’ll try do a corned beef hash next.

Happy Friday foodies, the weather forecast says it’s going to be a rainy weekend, stay warm and safe. ♥


4 responses to “delimondo

  1. Sweepy September 30, 2013 at 7:00 am

    Woof, I hate mushy food too.
    And I’m not allowed to eat canned foods.
    But if no one is looking I will surely sneak a bite of that one!

  2. madjewel October 6, 2013 at 1:27 pm

    me too, it’s been a long time since I ate cornedbeef! i think i’ve seen a stall in salcedo market selling delimondo goodies

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