Native Delicacies from Linda Arce

I caught up with a friend from my childhood days, Linda Arce. She is now actively promoting her food business so if any of you are looking for food to give away this Christmas or for any other occasion (e.g. birthdays, Valentine's, reunions, or even to serve at wakes or at company meetings), you may want to get in touch with her.

Linda offers native delicacies, pastries, and snacks like: leche flan, ube, empanada, bibingka malagkit, cassava cake, buko pandan, cream puff, and the like. These are available in boxes of 12 pieces or in a bilao and pricing is very reasonable. You can call 410-2740 or 410-2742 or 371-4615 in Metro Manila, Philippines for inquries and orders. She will need a lead time of one day for orders.

Food items are generally for pick-up at 165 Sampaguita St. Valle Verde 2, Pasig or at Linda Arce’s Shell Stations (Timog Corner Scout Tuazon, Quezon City and at F. Blumentritt corner Valenzuela, San Juan). Delivery may be arranged for orders worth P500 or more in the following areas: Corinthian Gardens, Greenmeadows, and Valle Verde.

What makes Linda Arce’s food items unique and worth trying? They are made from original recipes of Linda’s 88-year old mother, Nena Arce. Everything you order will be made from the freshest ingredients. Shelf life is typically 1 week if the item is placed in the refrigerator. Certain food items can be re-heated in the microwave if needed.

Personally, I like cassava cake and of all the cassava cakes I have tried, Linda Arce’s cassava cake is the best. It has just the right sweetness and the texture is perfect in terms of softness and chewiness. Their bibingka malagkit is very good too, with its gooey sticky rice and the nicely-burnt brown top which makes you want to just scoop it (the latik, as we call it in Filipino) right off.

Aside from the regular favorites mentioned earlier, Linda Arce also has other items like pecan tarts and ambrosia, so it is best to get in touch with her to inquire about her product offerings and price list.

So, what are you waiting for? Go and try out some of Linda Arce’s goodies. We would appreciate it if you will let her know that you read about her here at Happy eating! For other information about Linda Arce and her food business, you may visit

[By Angelica Viloria | Monday, September 10, 2007]

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