Southern food writers Martha Pearl Villas and her son John Villas say that the name of this cake might have been so because it is so sweet, and hummingbirds are known for their love of sugar water. But I say, it's because when you take one bite of this delicious cake, it'll make you HUM!!
It’s time to take dippin’ to another level. Break away from the dip bowl!! Make your guests feel like they’re one of a kind speical. Give them individual dips! This is a great twist on the layered version. The best part about individual servings---it totally eliminates the risks of double dipping! It should be said that this recipe is very time consuming. But it definitely takes your usual layered dip up a notch and it was a hit at the last gathering. Everything can be made ahead of time and then assembled the day they’re needed. ENJOY!!
This is a recipe that seems to be highly sought after in the Phillippines. It has the texture of a muffin and the flavor of an angel-food cake. While enjoyable plain, is very good with buttercream frosting as well.
This is another MUST at all my fiestas and barbeques! It's a very versatile sauce that can be doused on chamorro barbequed ribs and chicken, and on red rice. Chamorros use this like Americans use ketchup; ON EVERYTHING!!