My sis-in-law brought home a pack of Arny-Dading’s Peachy-Peachy. She made bida that it’s the best of its kind, with loads of cheese. It sounded good, and looked good as well.
Perhaps, the owners wanted their pichi-pichi, or pitsi-pitsi, to be distinct and hence the new spelling of the Filipino name for steamed cassava balls with grated coconut topping. Theirs come with either coconut or cheese. According to Shirley, it’s peachy-peachy with cheese that makes them so popular.
I had one and it was really special. It was chewy, had the right sweetness, and the cheese blended so nicely, making it an entirely different pichi-pichi.
I just hated the styrofoam packaging. She said that it was 6 pesos per peachy-peachy. With such a great product, they could charge a little more for a healthier packaging, and I wouldn’t ever complain.
Arny-Dading’s Main: Gov. Pascual Ave., Brgy. Concepcion, Malabon 281-9758/ 281-8164 Branches: NGR Bldg., Casino St. cor. South Superhighway, Brgy. Palanan (near Cash and Carry), Makati 729-5689/ 550-8079 • Congressional Ave., Project 8, Q.C. 454-0883 207 • Katipunan Ave., Project 4, Q.C. 433-6443 • 27-B Kamias Road, Q.C. 496-7553
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