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Lengua de Gato

<p>Lenguas de gato are Filipino butter cookies. They are made from butter, flours, sugar, eggs, and milk. Their name means &quot;cat&#39;s tongue&quot; in Spanish, after their characteristic oval shape. They are very thin and crunchy</p> <p>A pack of lengua de gato in:</p> <ul> <li>Small</li> <li>Large</li> </ul>

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<p>A package of 10 pcs of small empanada.</p> <p>An empanada is a type of baked or fried turnover consisting of pastry and filling, common in Latin American and Filipino cultures. The name comes from the Spanish verb empanar, and literally translates as &quot;enbreaded&quot;, that is, wrapped or coated in bread.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

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<p>Barquillos are thin wafers made from flour, sugar, egg whites and butter that is rolled into the shape of a long hollow tube or a cone. They can also be sold simply folded over twice in a fan shape. In Spain, it was traditionally sold by roaming roadside vendors known as &quot;barquilleros&quot; (or &quot;barquilleras&quot;) during festive events. In Madrid, barquilleros are particularly associated with the fiesta of San Isidro Labrador, where the vendors typically dress in castizo (chulapo) attire.</p>

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<p>A notable variant of barquillo is the Filipino barquiron (also spelled barqueron), which are barquillos filled with polvor&oacute;n and crushed peanuts, cashew nuts, or pili nuts. It originates from the city of Iloilo.[9] Other variants of Philippine barquillos include those flavored with ube, pandan leaves, and carrots, which are bright purple, green, and orange in color, respectively.[10]</p>

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San Nicolas Cookies

<p>12 pcs of speciallly baked cookies</p>