30 Oct2007

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There was such a tremendous response to my post a few days ago, asking readers what they sell from home or on a small-scale basis, that well over 50 different “vendors” left their contact numbers for a mouthwatering array of goodies… We will probably only get to taste a fraction of what is on offer, but Mrs. MM and I decided to start with a couple of vendors in Cebu City. So a few days ago, we placed our orders, to be picked up or delivered just hours before boarding a fllight for Manila. First up are these stunningly good Silvanas by Mrs. U. I was never a huge sans rival fan (though I am fonder of it now) and when I tried to make the blasted dessert, it was a visual disaster but a taste home run… but silvanas are more like mini-sans rivals, easier to manage and eat, a smaller dose of richness and if well done, simply sublime. These ones are among the best silvanas I have had in recent memory. They arrived in a snazzy colored foil wrapper and they held up rather well to being transported, I must say…

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The silvanas are oval shaped, large cookie sized desserts, with a thin meringue on either side of a buttercream filling and dusted with crumbed cookies. Not overly sweet, they are rich, crisp, chewy, and buttery all at the same time. Delicious. With 16 pieces at a cost of PHP200 in Cebu (PHP12.50 per piece), these are very well-priced. I would much rather have four of these desserts than a mediocre cupcake or several doughnuts for the same price. They come in an attractive foil wrapped cylindrical shape and should be popped into the freezer until eaten. They would make a perfect Christmas present, particularly if you tend to give those out by the dozen or more… A close friend from Cebu sent these silvana’s to us last Christmas, but we wolfed them down so fast that we threw away the wrapper before we even thought to take down the name and contact numbers of the makers, thank goodness they left their name and contact numbers on this site. If you are a fan of sans rival or silvanas, you must try these…they are really good!

Cebu’s Silvanas by Mrs. U
Cebu (032) 233-4348
Manila (02) 828-8296
mrsufoods@yahoo.com

 

COMMENTS:

  1. arlene says:

    Hi MM,

    wow, favorite ko yan… I will surely try that… thanks MM..
    anyway, would you know if there are 7D dried mangoes outlet here in manila? can I get the number please..

    thanks again,
    arlene

    Oct 30, 2007 | 3:05 pm

     
  2. zena says:

    I’ve tried making sans rival too and I swear, no one can pay me enough to make them ever again. The sylvanas look good and definitely reasonably priced. It’s very hard to try to keep my resolve of eating “healthier” or “less” at any rate. First the coffee mangosteen cake, now this one. Haay. Christmas feels early! Foodwise, that is. =)

    Oct 30, 2007 | 3:14 pm

     
  3. solraya says:

    There is also a great version of Silvanas, sold by Arielle’s (not sure now of the spelling) based in Munoz, Nueva Ecija. Much like the way MM described Mrs U’s, chewy, crispy, not too sweet, heavenly :) It does travel well too.

    …I have to try Mrs. U’s.

    Oct 30, 2007 | 3:46 pm

     
  4. redge says:

    hi mm! i’ve been on the lookout for silvanas here in dubai and couldn’t find any. i terribly miss the ones from house of silvanas. would you know if mrs u’s exporting them?

    Oct 30, 2007 | 4:12 pm

     
  5. Risa says:

    Hi MM,

    Does Mrs. U have a house on a one-way street just a stone’s throw away from Alabang Town Center in Cebu?

    Oct 30, 2007 | 5:13 pm

     
  6. Blaise says:

    Wow, talk about psychic, I was just thinking of silvanas just last night (until this morning actually).. SUGAR RUSH..

    Oct 30, 2007 | 5:18 pm

     
  7. Mangaranon says:

    I love silvanas. Country Bake Shop in Isaac Peral used to make them. There are silvanas in San Lorenzo — made by Zagarbarria. I think they have a store in Pasay Road. Some members of their family are in Los Angeles (Torrance area) and they sell them there too for MM fans who are in the United States.

    Oct 30, 2007 | 5:40 pm

     
  8. adoree uy says:

    Mrs. U’s Silvanas are really good. A must try! I usually eat 2 to 3 pieces in one seating:)) It’s that good and to think I’m also not so fond of sansrival and silvanas:)

    Oct 30, 2007 | 6:26 pm

     
  9. nikki says:

    owh-em-gee.just like what blaise said,i’ve been thinking of silvanas for days now.hmmm..thanx for this post.i thought i could only get it in dumaguete.do they have a store in the malls here in cebu?

    Oct 30, 2007 | 6:29 pm

     
  10. chunky says:

    wow! silvanas!!! everytime i visit a new bake shop or cafe, i always make it a point to ask if they have silvanas and almost, always get disappointed. thank you so much for posting this…i am looking forward to “blige” myself with a few pieces this Christmas season. few? yeah, right!

    Oct 30, 2007 | 8:28 pm

     
  11. chunky says:

    “oblige” is the word i meant to use…sorry about that. too much excitement going on.

    Oct 30, 2007 | 8:29 pm

     
  12. Apicio says:

    Silvanas have much more to offer to us than French macarons: a lot less sugar for one, infinitely less capricious to pull off, can be baked and stored well ahead of use, lends itself to easy assembly before serving. With such urbane manners, why would they call it Silvanas which means rustic.

    Mangaranon, Isaac Peral really? What’s up next, Azcarraga?

    Oct 30, 2007 | 8:31 pm

     
  13. elaine says:

    I love silvanas when frozen, and love it more than sans rival…I’m anxious to try mrs. u’s silvanas(i hope she won’t jack-up the prices after reading this..:) ) and the one posted by solraya…

    Oct 30, 2007 | 9:39 pm

     
  14. cumin says:

    I’ve tasted Mrs U’s silvanas. Very easy to eat one more, and then another, then one last, isa pa… Sarap!

    Arlene, I bought 7D dried mango at SM North Avenue supermarket the other week. Maybe the other SMs sell it, too.

    Oct 30, 2007 | 9:56 pm

     
  15. Anya says:

    Hi MM! I’m the one who posted about Mrs. U’s silvanas… Thank you SO MUCH for the great reviews! You really made my mom’s day! More power and God Bless! :)

    Oct 30, 2007 | 10:09 pm

     
  16. Anya says:

    Right now, we don’t have an outlet for the Silvanas. We’re just selling them at our house in Banilad (Cebu) and at my aunt’s house in Paranaque. They’re always in stock but it would be better if you could give us a call ahead of time just to make sure. So if you’re interested, you can contact us at the numbers mentioned above or send us a message through mrsufoods@yahoo.com. Thank you again! :)

    Oct 30, 2007 | 10:50 pm

     
  17. Mangaranon says:

    Apicio — this was a long time ago. When Isaac Peral was Isaac Peral with Acme Supermarket etc. Not the present United Nations Avenue.

    There was a Country Bake Shop there.

    My grandmother had a house around the corner on Florida Street. It was nice then. We had aratiles tree. And then the Magnolia ice cream cart would come around and we would buy ice cream, Magnolia pie, pinipig crunch, popsicle.

    We will never have those wonderful days anymore.

    Oct 30, 2007 | 11:50 pm

     
  18. Maria Clara says:

    Oh Silvanas you are so good. You satisfy my hankering for something sweet with your rich buttery filling in crispy layers dusted with crumbs that you made it easy for me to pick you no plate or fork involved for four or five bites then ready for another one then another one then —-

    Oct 31, 2007 | 12:27 am

     
  19. acmr says:

    For California based folks, there are sylvanas in the Bay Area (San Bruno) and in L.A.(Torrance) as Mangaranon said. It is as good as I remember it from San Lorenzo. I just don’t know the phone number, but if anyone is desperate, let me know. I can probably find the number for you.

    Oct 31, 2007 | 1:19 am

     
  20. Micht says:

    I’ve also tried the sansrival from Munoz, Nueva Ecija. They’re so good!!! When i first received them, they came in a box (the packaging was the same as ones used for flowers..hehe) Super good sansrival from Munoz, Nueva Ecija!!!!

    Mr. MM,

    Where can I send some goodies for you & your family. I would like you to taste some good uraro cookies from Pampanga.

    =)

    Oct 31, 2007 | 2:12 am

     
  21. Christer says:

    Love sylvanas! Will definitely try Mrs. U’s when I go home next month.

    acmr, I’m desperate. If you can find their phone number for me (the one by Torrance), it’d be most appreciated. Thanks.

    Oct 31, 2007 | 3:10 am

     
  22. 4btiddy says:

    I have been told that there is a branch of House of Silvanas in Daly City.

    Marketman, just looking at the top picture makes my mouth water. I used to get my silvanas fix from Blue Kitchen several years ago. The girls there said their silvanas came from Cebu, so I wonder if those came from Mrs. U?

    Oct 31, 2007 | 4:05 am

     
  23. Ted says:

    4btiddy, yes there is one in Daly City here’s their address:
    2055 Gellert Blvd. Ste. 3 • Daly City, CA 94015
    (650) 878-8700 • DalyCity@HouseOfSilvanas.com

    Oct 31, 2007 | 5:57 am

     
  24. aggy says:

    ang sarap! i can’t find those here in chicago.

    Oct 31, 2007 | 6:08 am

     
  25. edel says:

    arlene,

    7D dried mangoes are available in sm and rustan’s supermarket =)

    Oct 31, 2007 | 8:45 am

     
  26. sister says:

    I remember Country Bakeshop. Our first house in Manila was on Merced Street, in Paco, in front of the public school. My Mom used to buy a lot of desserts from Country Bakeshop on Issac Peral, that was nearly 50 years ago…

    Oct 31, 2007 | 8:58 am

     
  27. Apicio says:

    Not quite fifty years ago but I too lived for a time around that genteel area and went to church in San Pancracio inside the now Paco Park and walked to Acke’s Delicatessen at the Swiss Inn and in the other direction to Bungalow restaurant. Now we have to wait for Silly Lolo’s tales of Calle Anluague or may be even Gardenia.

    Oct 31, 2007 | 9:48 am

     
  28. leira says:

    House of Silvanas
    1585 W. Sepulveda Blvd
    Suite K. Torrance, CA 90501
    310-325-5181

    21822 S.Main St.
    Carson, CA 90745
    310-522-4509

    houseofsilvanas.com

    Oct 31, 2007 | 9:54 am

     
  29. dee bee says:

    this is it!! thanks, marketman. i’ve been thinking of what to make for friends this christmas. good thing is that i can get organised early because these store well.

    Oct 31, 2007 | 10:06 am

     
  30. chick says:

    wow.. looks yummy!!!!

    Oct 31, 2007 | 10:33 am

     
  31. crissy says:

    Ooohhh I wish I found out about this sooner! My Dad was in Cebu last week for business & he couldn’t find anything to bring home. I hope my Cebuano relatives are coming to Manila for the holidays hahaha

    Oct 31, 2007 | 3:49 pm

     
  32. Anna Banana says:

    Has anyone tried the silvanas by Sans Rival in Dumaguete City? They’re pretty good. Is it anything like Mrs U’s? Also, there used to be great silvanas From San Lorenzo village (was it Mary Ann’s?). I wonder if its still there…

    Oct 31, 2007 | 6:38 pm

     
  33. abby says:

    wow, i love silvanas! i’m still on a quest for finding one around here. i think the only silvanas i tasted when i was in manila was from red ribbon’s and i was pretty satisfied. i’d love to try one of these.

    Oct 31, 2007 | 9:19 pm

     
  34. Marie says:

    I’m a huge silvana/brazo de mercedes/leche flan and sans rival fan. I’m wondering if they’ll express deliver them to Shanghai…that’d make not going home for Christmas bearable.

    Oct 31, 2007 | 10:48 pm

     
  35. abi says:

    the last time i went to manila, House of Silvanas has a small outlet in Alabang Town Center (Food Choices Area). although i haven’t tried Mrs. U’s, the silvanas of HS are just perfect!

    Nov 1, 2007 | 12:33 am

     
  36. juls says:

    house of silvanas in Dumaguete would me my top choice for silvanas.

    Nov 1, 2007 | 12:19 pm

     
  37. sassa says:

    The silvanas in Cebu was originally made by the Ilano family but it was oblong shape. The round cookie shape was introduced in Cebu by Mrs.Maria Luisa (“Nena”) Montenegro and she is the one thats lives near the Ayala Center in Cebu.You can call her at tel.# (032) 2322902 or drop by her residence at # 20 Dr. Tojong St..Lahug, Cebu City…..if you need to bring the silvanas to Manila or anywhere outside of Cebu pls let her know as she will pack it properly for you….her silvanas are really crisp and yummy..try them!

    Nov 1, 2007 | 1:41 pm

     
  38. tercer says:

    My lola used to make such fantastic silvanas. It was years of silvana deprivation before I read about the House of Silvanas in Torrance from another food blog (Gypsy Soul I think). It’s a small almost kiosk-sized place manned by I believe the daughter. Unfortunately, her demeanor was so bland it was practically uninviting, and her silvanas were just as she was – bland and uninteresting. I guess there is some truth in the adage “as the baker go, so does his dough.” I am back to silvana deprivation, at least until I find Mrs. U in Cebu.

    Nov 1, 2007 | 2:48 pm

     
  39. artisan chocolatier says:

    oh yes!!! Ilano silvanas is what is imbedded in my memory bank as what silvanas should taste like. I remember finishing by myself one entire box in one sitting!!! I’ve also tried the Montenegro silvanas and still have to try Mrs. U’s. I’m sure it will bring back memories!!!

    Nov 4, 2007 | 11:30 pm

     
  40. Maddie says:

    back in college, someone from cebu would also bring “black sambo or samba” (not sure of the name). This is the chocolate/mocca version of the silvanas! That was totally divine!

    Nov 6, 2007 | 12:33 am

     
  41. shadylaw says:

    ooooh……i remember buying those silvanas from mrs. montenegro. Brought them all the way to Manila. They were very good, crispy but on the sweet side though. It is worth a try! Has anyone tried bth Mrs U’s and Mrs. Montenegro’s? Which one is better?

    Nov 6, 2007 | 1:59 am

     
  42. solraya says:

    Micht,

    I had to go by Munoz and bought 4boxes :)

    I still have to try Mrs U’s, but Eriel’s is very crispy, thin, not sweet, after a second in your mouth….starts to melt. sarap :)

    Nov 7, 2007 | 2:50 pm

     
  43. arch len says:

    i am doing a project in cebu and i have yet to discover its many wonders. food wouldn’t be a bad place to start. will try mrs. u’s silvanas when i go there next week. yhanks for the tip!

    Nov 7, 2007 | 5:42 pm

     
  44. yvonne says:

    i tried mrs u’s silvanas the other night when we had a dinner party at their house and it was heavenly! i am not that fond of sweets but i actually finished off 1 whole piece (which i rarely do with desserts). it was just right. not too sweet nor crumbly. i raved about it to my other friends after ;) to think i almost missed it till we opened this site to see the comments on this page and her daughter went to the kitchen to get us 1 platterfull ;).

    you should try one! mrs u also makes splendid fondant cakes, if i may add. ;)

    Nov 10, 2007 | 12:41 am

     
  45. Liz Tolentino says:

    Eriel’s silvanas are really famous here in Nueva Ecija, and yes Micht the packaging is kinda cheesy heehee! There’s also an equally good home made silvanas in Cabanatuan forgot the name though. Edna’s Cakeland in Cabanatuan is also famous here for their yummy cakes and pastries, its taisan was even featured in the blog Pinoy Cook…

    Nov 14, 2007 | 4:21 pm

     
  46. Sherry says:

    Hi..
    I’ve been trying to contact the manila number and email add of Mrs. U but both number and email can’t be reached. I’m planning to give the silvanas as Christmas gifts. Please inform me on how to reach them. Thanks very much! And keep it up! =)

    Dec 10, 2007 | 1:59 pm

     
  47. Chona says:

    Hello..

    This is Chona Rodriguez of Mrs. U Silvanas. PLDT has recently upgraded the lines in our village and our telephone number was changed.

    You may reach Mrs. U Silvanas at this new number:
    828-8296

    We welcome your orders!

    Dec 20, 2007 | 8:22 am

     
  48. Chona says:

    Dear Market Man,

    Thank you so much for featuring Mrs. U Silvanas in “the little brown book”. It is an honor for us to be included in such an illustrious list.

    Anyhow, would just like to inform you and your readers that we had a recent change of numbers (PLDT upgrade in our village). Mrs. U Silvanas may now be reached at 828-8296.

    Thanks very much and wishing everyone a blessed Christmas!

    Chona Rodriguez

    Dec 20, 2007 | 8:30 am

     
  49. Eileen Clement says:

    I’ve been a regular reader of Market Manila for quite sometime– and have been sharing your blog to my friends!!!
    Your post on Mrs U’s silvanas rekindled very good memories about trips to Cebu and THESE silvanas! Just last week, my hubby brought home some packs.

    I just wonder, how come the aluminum foil looks so crumpled?

    Jan 14, 2008 | 3:37 pm

     
  50. Tintin says:

    To Arlene & Cumin,

    SM do sell 7D Dried Mangoes but at a higher price…
    We do have a store located near C.M. Recto & Binondo that sell different dried mangoes… Among them is 7D dried mango and 7D Mangorind (mango + tamarind) and the price we’re selling is definitely lower than the groceries and supermarkets…
    Should there be anyone interested, please do call or text me at 0928-2131533…

    Jan 18, 2008 | 1:02 pm

     
  51. Mel says:

    I remember eating this when I was in the Philippines, I’m here in Florida and I don’t get this kind of dessert anymore. Aren’t they suppose to be frozen or cold when you buy it? If so how do they deliver it, I mean the packaging when they ship it? Any info? Thanks!

    Jan 21, 2008 | 6:21 am

     
  52. Marketman says:

    Mel, yes, they are served straight out of the freezer. You pick them up frozen and try to keep them that way. But they survive a plane trip to Manila from Cebu and just refreeze rather nicely… They don’t ship them as in Fedex or UPS, if you know what I mean. Eileen, you think they re-use the aluminum foil? No, I have no idea why the foil is so crumpled…

    Jan 21, 2008 | 7:13 am

     
  53. mary joan danao says:

    hi! i just recently discovered this site and it’s very, very interesting and helpful specially to food junkies like myself. may i know how the silvanas turn out perfectly round or oval? are they molded or cut by cookie cutters?
    just curious…

    Jan 21, 2008 | 2:48 pm

     
  54. Marketman says:

    mary joan, good question, I don’t know the answer, however. Perhaps the meringue is piped or srpead into the oval shapes before baking?

    Jan 21, 2008 | 3:02 pm

     
  55. Eileen Clement says:

    MM, I hope not! I just wonder because when I store food in aluminum foil, (regardless of brand)- the ‘crumpling’ is usually on the areas where you seal it, and it doesn’t come out that crumpled. How about you?

    Jan 21, 2008 | 3:03 pm

     
  56. janice says:

    can i please get the silvana recipe…i have craving it for such a long time…there’s no filipino store in Canada that sells it the way i remembered it back home. please help. thanks.

    Mar 23, 2008 | 8:16 am

     
  57. grace says:

    took note of mrs.u’s contact number.will try to get hold and taste thier silvanas.tried the silvanas made by mrs.montenegro’s daughter-in-law here in davao.dont know if they have the same recipe.its chewy and not too sweet.super sarap talaga.unfortunately they are now residing in bangkok.tried the silvanas from dumaguete also.super sarap din.10pcs per pack.they can wrap it properly for you if you plan to bring it home as pasalubong.just make sure not to expose it in the sun.be sure to hand carry it and put it immediately in the freezer before grabbing a bite!

    May 21, 2008 | 10:08 pm

     
  58. sabrina says:

    i love silvanas especially the ones from dumaguete. i live here in the us and i was able to order some silvanas from daly city. i received them and they were still frozen. YUM! it’s kinda expensive but well worth it! i haven’t had them in years!

    Jul 1, 2008 | 12:10 pm

     
  59. Fely Cachuela Cutting says:

    Hi! I missed eating silvanas and sansrival in the Philippines so I decided to make my own even I am not good in cooking I know just following the instruction/recipe will make it almost perfect. hehe. Will you pls send me the recipe of this mouth watering dessert? I want my husband and family members here in uk to taste it. Thank you and more power. God bless.

    Jul 31, 2008 | 7:04 pm

     
  60. michelle de guzman says:

    please email me your address in daly city california,asap as i am pregnant and craving for it.
    thanks,
    michelle

    Aug 14, 2008 | 1:31 am

     
  61. irene manlutac says:

    wow! fave ko ang silvanas! since we’re here in the land of the desert,qatar,i hope u can send me the recipe of silvanas,PLEASE!it’ll be much appreciated if u could send it soon…many thanks!!!

    Sep 6, 2008 | 9:59 pm

     
  62. fatty says:

    Hi..I’m from Cebu City and I would love to try your silvannas, where can I get it in Cebu???

    thanks

    Sep 24, 2008 | 3:25 pm

     
  63. Carley Catabian says:

    Mrs. U’s silvanas are also available in Manila. Please visit my site at http://juniorscheesecake.multiply.com or call/text 09228488161 for order. :)

    Thanks!

    Sep 28, 2008 | 5:13 pm

     
  64. Ma. Cristina Liu says:

    I was able to try Mrs. U’s silvanas here in Manila yesterday through Carley Catabian and true to your word MM, the silvanas are to die for. My toddler finished 4 pcs in one seating. Thanks for the recommendation! =)

    Oct 3, 2008 | 12:07 am

     
  65. Maki says:

    Yummy, an officemate brought us this Silvana… It is the most delicious thing i’ve ever tasted… ^___^ I was browsing google to find anything about this heavenly food and it brought me here….

    BTW.. this is my first post ^__^

    Nov 12, 2008 | 5:33 pm

     
  66. albert says:

    I heard from adobo nation that they have a branch of silvanas in Los Angeles and SF Bay area. Do you know where is the SF branch? Thank You very much.

    Jan 5, 2009 | 12:07 am

     
  67. pat says:

    My Google search for silvanas led me to your site, MM! It’s been awhile since I last visited. Anyway, I am dying to try Mrs. U’s Silvanas. Over the weekend, I was lucky enough to try those from Munoz, Nueva Ecija. YUM! I regret not bringing boxes to Manila. :(

    Feb 2, 2009 | 9:02 pm

     
  68. vic05 says:

    i’m from munoz, nueva ecija. just two days ago i was able to sell 30 boxes of silvanas within less than two hours here in my office at ortigas. till now they keep on asking me when i’m going back to nueva ecija to get more from eriels. i guess i turned them to silvanas adicts too.. hehe!

    Feb 6, 2009 | 8:57 am

     
  69. Cecilia says:

    My whole family loves sans rival and silvanas. So ironical, we get our supply from our family dentist. His office is far from us, so the whole family normally goes the same day for our dental work, a couple of times a year. Then we buy boxes from him upon leaving. Ha, ha!

    Like you, Marketman, the first time I made sans rival, it turned-out to be a visual disaster, albeit still tasting divine. But this was after working 9 hours of making it! I fell apart in the kitchen and cried. But that was several years ago. Now, I still make it for the holidays, the dark chocolate version, and just spend 6 hours making it. :)

    Apr 5, 2009 | 10:20 am

     
  70. zeth says:

    I am thess from Munoz, n.e. When I was working @ Laguna I was selling the eriel’s silvanas at the office. SOLD OUT!. Now am working here in Cebu na and I always bring silvanas here from nueva ecija and my office mates love it.. I am thinking of doing the same thing when I was still in Laguna..

    Apr 14, 2009 | 8:27 pm

     
  71. josephine go-del rosario says:

    1 am josephine go del rosario of manila.. just wanna ask about the silvanas of Mrs. Montenegro, am interested to buy that frozen silvanas. i’ve been craving for it…hope to get the contact details of Mrs. Montenegro.
    thanks and best regards

    Apr 27, 2009 | 6:01 pm

     
  72. RUTH says:

    Can I get this amazing recipe? thank you.

    Jul 13, 2009 | 11:22 pm

     
  73. Francis says:

    Hi, I am looking for the recipe of this delicious dessert(silvana), I will be willing to pay $50 for a legit recipe. E-mail me at: thefrancisrey@yahoo.com
    We can also talk on the phone. I am currently living in the United States, Thank you!

    P.S, if you would like to give it for free, that would be nice too, haha=]

    Jul 16, 2009 | 3:37 pm

     
  74. hazel says:

    hi…i really love your cebu’s silvana…can i ask also for the recipe of it?tanx…

    Jul 22, 2009 | 2:19 pm

     
  75. Cathy says:

    Hi. Mrs U’s Silvanas is one of my favorite discoveries on marketmanila.com. I immediately placed an order after reading about it on Nov 2007. The last time I tried to place an order I was told that it’s not available in Merville anymore. Is there any other way I can access the heavenly silvanas though pickup or through stores in Makati/Paranaque? I read the comment of Carley Catabian but I do not transact online, technophobe that I am :(

    Aug 17, 2009 | 12:29 am

     
  76. glenda says:

    Oh i miss these so. Though it’s best I don’t have it around me. I could wolf down half of that pack. I’m thinking of making it. I’m assuming the recipe is the same as sans rival but the mini version of it?

    Aug 17, 2009 | 1:41 pm

     
  77. Carley Catabian says:

    Hi Cathy, you may contact me at 09178381130 if you’d like to order Mrs. U’s silvanas here in Manila. I’ll be having new stocks on Monday. I reside in Las Pinas City and you may pick it up from our home. Thanks.

    Aug 29, 2009 | 1:40 pm

     
  78. cha says:

    i like those silvanas very much.would i know were are those branches here in manila. i have knew silvanas in eriel’s bakery in munnooz nueva ecija. is iot thesame with Mrs. U? good luck & god Bless

    Sep 6, 2009 | 2:17 pm

     
 

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