14 Feb2008

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Happy Valentine’s Day!!! If you would like to try your luck at winning a jar of Marketman’s homemade Mangosteen jam, this is all you have to do: just leave a comment on this post, tell me what city you are currently in, when did you first start reading marketmanila.com (approximate date is fine), and what you would do with a bottle of mangosteen jam (how would you enjoy it?). It’s that simple… after a couple of days, I will have The Kid pick random winners from all of the folks who left comments. You may join from anywhere on the planet. But here is the catch, the winners will have to pick up their bottle (or send someone else to pick it up) from a Megamall location at a date and time to be announced after the “contest” is over. I cannot send it to you in any other way… there are no ifs, buts or whys about it, got it? :) So leave me a comment like:

St. Vincent and the Grenadines, February 2005, I want to make a trifle using mangosteen jam

or

Bacacay, Albay, December 2006, Palaman ng Pan de Sal

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It doesn’t get any easier than this. Your odds of winning are far better than lotto, and you don’t even have to buy a ticket! I will add bottles of jam as the comments pile up, putting as many as 5 jars of jam up as prizes… Good luck, and Happy Valentine’s Day to all!

 

COMMENTS:

  1. bluestars says:

    Lubbock, Texas, August 2006, As sandwich filling =D

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:09 am

     
  2. cliff says:

    im cliff from cavite, i started reading marketman march of last year.

    thanks

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:18 am

     
  3. Onie says:

    Vancouver, on or about October 2006, coffee mangosteen cupcakes!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:29 am

     
  4. nicole says:

    las pinas, manila
    march 2007
    take lots of pictures before giving it to my mom who loves mangosteen in any form

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:30 am

     
  5. Guia says:

    Waterloo, Iowa. About Summer 2006. Family will enjoy it with hot pandesal. Thanks.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:40 am

     
  6. suzette says:

    san pablo city laguna, started reading after that article in pdi,late 2004 or early 2005,i’ll have the jam in my buttered toast :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:52 am

     
  7. bugsybee says:

    Even if I am disqualified because I can’t pick up the prize (boo hoo hoo) since I’m from Bacolod City, I like to state for the record that I have been enjoying your blog since I first read about it in the Phil. Daily Inquirer … that must have been 2004 (or 2005? sorry I really have poor memory).

    I dream of hot pan de sal (with queso de bola spread) and your mangosteen jam.

    Happy Valentine’s Day, MM!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:53 am

     
  8. cwid says:

    Vancouver early 2006, around the time of the fish pan lady episode. Slather the jam on a slice of hot pan de sal.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:05 am

     
  9. betty q. says:

    Vancouver, B.C. Spring of 2007: With your priceless mangosten jam..here’s what I would do:
    1. COFFEE MANGOSTEEN SANS RIVAL!!!! coffee or espresso dacquoise with mangosteen buttercream…if you need any tips on how to make FOOL PROOF sans rival…let me now. I have mastered the art and science of SANS RIVAL making!!!

    2. COFFEE BROAS or Lady Fingers sandwiched with mangosteen jam..

    3. Coffee Mangosteen Savannah Cream Cake…Espresso Angel Food Cake folded into coffee mangosteen flabvoured
    bavarois napped with creme anglaise and thinned mangosteen coulis

    4. My favorite next to the sans rival…WARM COFFEE LAVA CAKE napped with mangosteen jam..

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:15 am

     
  10. Lady Madonna says:

    Hamilton, Ohio – November 2007 (Newbie) I will make Mangosteen-Almond Sandwich Cookies and share it with family….

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:45 am

     
  11. tulip says:

    Manila, 2005, wishing as my “baon” to Saigon and pair it with Viet French bread

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:46 am

     
  12. chad says:

    Manila, September 2007 I’ll sandwich it with butter in hot crusty ciabattas (really, the most respectful way to eat good jam).

    Feb 14, 2008 | 2:26 am

     
  13. Gina says:

    Loyola Heights, QC. Summer of 2007. Spread on toasted wholewheat pan de sal or pizza dough chips. Perhaps use it as star ingredient in bread or cookies I might bake.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 2:26 am

     
  14. ECC says:

    Houston, Texas; Summer 2006; straight for the jar …. with a spoon, of course! yummy!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:00 am

     
  15. ECC says:

    I meant … “from the jar”

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:01 am

     
  16. Dennis says:

    Los Angeles, CA. Late 2005. I’ll use it as Hair Gel :) (kidding). As ice cream toppings.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:02 am

     
  17. Ted says:

    San Francisco, CA mid to late 2006 when i was looking for an ensaimada recipe. Spread to skyflakes and see how good it is.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:27 am

     
  18. sister says:

    I already received my share of mangosteen jam but it made a terrific sauce for roast duck last night. Cut it with red wine vinegar, and chop seeds for texture.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:46 am

     
  19. Teddycapz says:

    Yours truly from Paranaque City, Metro Manila.

    Started lurking hereabouts February 2007; posted my first comment April 9, 2007 regarding your article on the Aani Weekend Market in FTI Complex Taguig.

    I would love to use that now legendary mangosteen jam of yours as filling for jelly roll slices which will serve as the bottom and side lining for a Mangosteen Cheesecake ala Charlotte creation. Ditto for a Coffee Mangosteen Sans Rival original recipe I came up with for the recent holidays.

    Win or not, more power to you MM!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:51 am

     
  20. charmaine says:

    haddon township, nj – august 2006. will use it as topping on plain new york cheesecake. thank you!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 4:38 am

     
  21. betty q. says:

    Oh,MM I forgot…a friend of mine gave me a jar of Mangosteen jam when she went home for a visit this Christmas. I made a coffee or mocha brownies and topped it with coffee mangosteen buttercream…Holy, it is soooooo good!!! You have to try it..

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:04 am

     
  22. Avic says:

    Pasig City, sometime January 2007, topping on Vanilla ice cream with pandesal on the side :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:05 am

     
  23. Susan Dela Cruz says:

    Makati, 2006…. would send it to my sister and brother-in-law in San Francisco. They both just love mangosteen! Happy Valentine’s Day to you, Mrs. MM and The Kid.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:17 am

     
  24. sonia says:

    sonia alabang, 2005. will mix a dollop of it with red wine, a bit of mustard salt and pepper and extra virgin olive oil for a delicious salad dressing

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:47 am

     
  25. ellen says:

    New Milford, Connecticut. Year end of 2006. Will use as palaman with my husband’s homemade pandesal. Yummy..

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:56 am

     
  26. shimmergirl says:

    Frankfurt, Germany. Started reading your blog when Inquirer first featured you and which I don’t remember anymore, and will eat the jam slathered on crusty croissants for breakfast.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:58 am

     
  27. erleen says:

    Pateros Metro Manila, when I read about you in the Inquirer (2005 I think), palaman sa bagong lutong pandesal

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:03 am

     
  28. linda says:

    It doesn’t matter if I don’t win,but I just want to sali,too. Mine will be on freshly baked scones,lashings of MM’s Mangosteen jam with a dollop of thick cream making a delectable Devonshire Tea.

    Happy Valentines to all!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:16 am

     
  29. goldilocks says:

    Makati, Phils., late 2006, i will enjoy it over freshly baked baguette with scrambled egg on the side. Yummy!

    Happy Valentines to all!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:24 am

     
  30. Maria Clara says:

    Have been your perennial commenter/participant since late part of 2005. Love mangosteen jam with coffee ice cream and bananas and banana cake with mangosteen jam.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:25 am

     
  31. Tina says:

    Currently in Manila, but started reading (devouring) MarketManila in Taipei 2005, and will continue to read it in New Delhi later this year. I’ll save it for my mother in law who also prides herself on her jam, and we’ll share it on homemade 8 grain loaf with NZ butter.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:42 am

     
  32. bluegirl says:

    Saipan, Northern Marianas Islands. March 2007. I dream of making a coffee cake with mangosteen jam swirls topped with nut streusel.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:53 am

     
  33. patrick gozon says:

    banawe quezon city, started reading regularly this january stumbling into your tabon tabon article but i know i read a few thru your other stuff before that.

    honestly i do not know what to do with a jar of mangosteen jam, but thinking about what it takes like squeezes dry my imagination. hope i win a bottle so i could satisfy my curiosity. c”,?

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:14 am

     
  34. melody says:

    Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. started reading your blog about 3 years ago (if my memory serves me right). will spread that jam of your thickly on my bread (that is, if my ever loving bf will send it to me, hehehehe)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:21 am

     
  35. dee says:

    greenhills, late 2006, dip for lengua de gato and, of course, palaman sa pandesal! :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:31 am

     
  36. SimplePleasure says:

    malabon, metro manila. mangosteen hmmmm…never had a chance of tasting it. but heard that its like a santol but much better. I love santol so I’m imagining mangosteen would be heaven! spread on a slice of toated bread. yummy… I’m already drooling just thinking about it ;p

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:38 am

     
  37. Meg says:

    Melbourne, Australia, have been a fan since December 2005, i will definitely have the mangosteen jam with coffee ice cream (or vanilla)! my mom’s from zamboanga city, and i really love this fruit even as a kid :-)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:46 am

     
  38. Duday says:

    Makati, early 2007. To spread it over my coffee cake. yum!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:46 am

     
  39. Maria Clara says:

    I’m rescinding my entry do not get me wrong I love to have a jar of your artisan and limited edition jam but pick up is a problem for me. I wish everyone the best of luck.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:47 am

     
  40. star says:

    Pasig City. December of 2006 (was looking for christmas gift ideas). Will use it to make Mangosteen Cake ala MM or ‘mangosteen inipit’ (my own idea). :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:52 am

     
  41. choy says:

    quezon city, 2005 or thereabouts. first, i plan on spreading the jam on wheat pan de sal, crackers, and whatever else there is around that I can spread it on. then i will turn it over to my wife. i will show her the posts above and ask her to try some of the ideas there. just like i’ve done with many other MM food ideas.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:02 am

     
  42. P31 says:

    P31 from the city of smiles, Bacolod City. I started reading your feeds since September of last year and since then, couldn’t miss a post! MM’s mangosteen jam would be a great filling for my homemade waffles or topping for the kids’ morning pancakes!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:05 am

     
  43. edee says:

    Bandon, Co. Cork, Ireland. April 2005. Spread on toasted bread, scones and Skyflakes :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:05 am

     
  44. Loida G. Perez says:

    Filinvest Biñan, Laguna. Been surfing your website since last year. How I wish to try and wonder the taste of Marketman’s recipe.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:22 am

     
  45. betty q. says:

    Maria Clara (my Kitchen Fairy Godmom!): If you win, my sister is in Manila and will likely head back here in Vancouver about first week of March. I can ask her to pick it up and mail it to you when she gets here…sounds good?

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:26 am

     
  46. mrs m says:

    vancouver, bc, mid 2006, topping for halo-halo and spread on pancakes and toasts

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:27 am

     
  47. virgie says:

    Mandaluyong, near Megamall, mid 2007… spoon it from the jar to my mouth and taste a bit of heaven everytime.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:28 am

     
  48. miles says:

    makati city, June 2007 , spread it on hot pan de sal or just scoop it out with a spoon and enjoy it as is. yum!! :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:34 am

     
  49. eustressor says:

    mandaluyong city, april 2005. i love mangosteen but i haven’t tried mangosteen jam yet. i’ll probably use it as topping on vanilla or coffee ice cream as well as palaman sa mainit na pandesal.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:35 am

     
  50. Lei says:

    Global City, February 2005…i will buy Haagen Dazs vanilla ice cream and pair that up with your prized artisanal mangosteen jam! =)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:35 am

     
  51. Mangaranon says:

    New York, Around 2006, to share with the nuns in Pennsylvania with whom I shared your calamansi marmalade and loved it! They “broke” their promises for Lent for something to die for.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:36 am

     
  52. yan-i says:

    Manila, started reading around the year of 2005 never really got over it hahaha! If I would win this jam I will eat over a pancake yummyyyyyyyyy!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:37 am

     
  53. Mangaranon says:

    New York, 2006. I want to share the mangosteen jam with a community of nuns in Pennsylvania who loved your calamansi marmalde and in so doing, “broke” their Lenten promises!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:37 am

     
  54. nette says:

    Lipa City, Batangas 2006 on top of my warm banana nut muffins i bake with whole wheat flour hhhhhhhmmmmm

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:42 am

     
  55. Queen B says:

    Victoria, Australia. 2005. Vanilla ice cream, toast, muffin…

    Happy valentine’s day!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:42 am

     
  56. keithchiko says:

    Makati, November 2005- spread on english muffin with butter.yum

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:46 am

     
  57. MarketFan says:

    New Manila,Quezon City,
    about the time of the fishpan brouhaha,ha ha ha,
    will let the mangosteen jam bottle stand beside my own homemade marmalades and remind me who inspired me to start making these on my own,… of course, after a few days, will not be able to resist putting some of the mangosteen jam on top of vanilla or coffee ice cream and start indulging…
    Happy V day!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:49 am

     
  58. Andrei says:

    Kamias, Quezon City, sometime mid-2006 (June?), spread it on pancakes or waffles…yum!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:56 am

     
  59. Maria Clara says:

    Betty q: You are always a sweetheart and generous. Thank you so much for your offer and generosity but I can see through my crystal ball it will pose a problem in mailing it out as such I am withdrawing my entry.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:58 am

     
  60. Tricia says:

    White Plains, Quezon City

    Started reading in 2007 when I saw an article about you in Yummy maazine.

    Will use the mangosteen jam on a buttered croissant.

    Will share it with my dad who is diabetic. They say mangosteen is good for diabetics. He drinks Xango mangosteen juice. And he is a jam fanatic.

    Pick me, pick me!!! I would walk from my house to Mega just for the mangosteen jam!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:01 am

     
  61. angelpink says:

    Paranaque, around October 2006, topping for vanilla ice cream or spread it on hot pandesal w/ queso de bola

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:02 am

     
  62. bernadette says:

    puerto galera 2006. would love it on homemade bread with a nice mug of brewed Lipa coffee!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:03 am

     
  63. Lissa says:

    Pasig. I’ve been reading since March 2007. I’ll use it as palaman. = )

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:10 am

     
  64. kate says:

    kate, early 2007 (came across this great blog when i was searching for info on macapuno candy!), Ortigas (mine nalang! megamall is 5 mins away from my house :) ) i would love to use the jam as a topiing on vanilla ice cream! :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:15 am

     
  65. mommynifranco says:

    Batangas,early 2007…i have never tasted a mangosteen yet and i know marketman’s taste will never fail me..wanna try it though with biscocho and kapeng barako

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:16 am

     
  66. millety says:

    Davao City, Philippines. one spoonful at a time,with one seed per spoonful, once a day,savored slowly, to make it last as long as possible.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:17 am

     
  67. curlytwirlygirl says:

    2005-makati

    i’d eat it the classic way, on toast and butter and a good cup of coffee :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:18 am

     
  68. samwich says:

    makati, 2006, with buttered toast — best way to eat jam!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:18 am

     
  69. lee says:

    Bacolod City 2004?? I’ll use that little bottle to start a Xango-like Multilevel Marketing brouhaha racket and name it MaNgo for Marketman’s Mangosteen. I’ll then fool a few million folks, embezzle, get rich, party hard, get caught, apologize and weep in public for not moderating my greed.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:18 am

     
  70. ichabod1973 says:

    cubao qc, feb 2005, spread on wheat bread

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:22 am

     
  71. shane says:

    Dallas, TX. I discovered your blog the early part of 2005. I would make barako or coffee macaroon (laduree style) with mangosteen jam filling.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:23 am

     
  72. Madeline says:

    Las Pinas City, I started reading your blog in 2006. I had read it religiously, as in daily since last year. I will spread the jam over crackers, toasted bread, Melba toast or pandesal. I will share it with my friends and relatives. I definitely will have it with a cup of coffee.
    Happy Valentines to everyone!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:25 am

     
  73. Noel says:

    I’m from Laguna and started to visit your blog almost daily since May 2007. I like fresh mangosteen and I’m curious on its taste as a jam. Like to try it over hot pandesal or pancake topping in one Sunday morning.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:27 am

     
  74. belle says:

    Manila, Philippines – Nov’2007 – I’ll enjoy the jam with freshly baked bread and unsalted butter and share it with my 6-year old son :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:28 am

     
  75. elaineshih says:

    Quezon City. since 2005 and got hooked :) experiment it on a muffin or a cupcake recipe.
    Happy Valentines everyone!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:30 am

     
  76. Desrei P. Balla, M.D. says:

    hi im Dr. Dessy from Novaliches, Quezon City. i’ve been reading market manila since my the start of my intership year (2005). im currently working at a maritime clinic and i think it would be a great idea to share it with my seafarer patients

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:30 am

     
  77. alicia says:

    San Juan. 2005.
    1, Try out a mangosteen sour cream coffee cake recipe
    2. Enjoy as a topping with my coffee crumble ice cream over fried saba bananas and crushed sugared peanuts
    3.With a scone, either baked in the scone – mangosteen and white chocolate scone or with a plain one served on the side
    4.Enjoy on toast with a cup of tea

    Happy Valentines!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:33 am

     
  78. Mila says:

    Quezon City, 2005, will eat it with cheese and home made bread.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:34 am

     
  79. carina says:

    quezon city, 2005.

    share it with my officemates. set up a picnic under one of the santol trees in the campus or near st. ignatius’ garden :)been wanting to do this, di pa lang natutuloy :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:35 am

     
  80. Doddie from Korea says:

    Janghowon, South Korea, 2006, cream pie topping

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:37 am

     
  81. meekerz says:

    san juan. late 2006. with ice cream and lady fingers!!! :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:37 am

     
  82. Tracy Torre-Walsh says:

    New York City, 2007, with warm pan de sal.

    But since I can’t pick it up, I hope the winners enjoy it! =)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:39 am

     
  83. jacqui says:

    quezon city, november 2007, on toasted bread with butter!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:42 am

     
  84. jennie says:

    Los Baños, Laguna…started reading October of last year…

    yummy with hot pandesal and brewed coffee…

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:44 am

     
  85. chinachix says:

    Toronto. mid 2006, I think. on toast, with butter. Happy V-day!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:50 am

     
  86. dee bee says:

    * australia, sometime in 2006, topping for ice cream, pancakes or waffles.

    * can’t really pick up the prize, just wanted to join the fun!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:52 am

     
  87. alicia says:

    Can I add Mila’s idea to my list as well. Yum !! Have some good cheese waiting to be eaten and the jam would be perfect next to it.. but my bread will be from L’artizan since I can’t bake bread !

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:52 am

     
  88. elisha says:

    Makati City (work) and Greenhills (home), started reading when MM was first featured in the Inquirer (2005?) sorry bad memory, I want to replicate Onie’s mom’s mangosteen cake (brought to another level by MM’s own recipe). Thanks!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:53 am

     
  89. Richard says:

    Makati City. Started reading your blog around june, 2007. Serve as toppings for my sandwich and muffin. Thanks

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:00 am

     
  90. Evangeline says:

    Dear MM,
    I am from Cebu City and I have first read your blog last April 2007. I learned about it from YUMMY Magazine when they featured you and since then, I read your blog daily.

    Your mangosteen jam will be very delicious with hot Pan de Sal.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:03 am

     
  91. mudra says:

    Bel-Air, Makati City; Started lurking early 2007; Would spread the jam on my hubby and have an “afternoon delight” Yum! he he he! =)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:07 am

     
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    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:18 am

     
  93. Tin Martin says:

    Tortola, British Virgin Islands; started reading your blog while I was waiting for my work permit and visa in march 2007; I’d love to try and make a mangosteen mousse with your jam

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:20 am

     
  94. teny says:

    Muntinlupa City, About 9 months prior to the Gourdo’s EB

    Mangosteen Jam over croissants

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:21 am

     
  95. Jennifer says:

    Divisoria, Tondo, Manila. I started reading your blog in 2006, after I gave birth to my daughter. I read your blog while she is napping. If I win some mangosteen jam, whether I put it on bread or cake, I will remember my grandmother, who loved mangosteen.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:33 am

     
  96. ayen says:

    Pasig City, just yesterday February 13, 2008, get a teaspoon and taste it first and then eat it straight from the jar (I don’t know how mangosteen jam tastes like so I’m really excited to try it) :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:34 am

     
  97. Amor says:

    Quezon City, September 2007 while blog hopping, I haven’t tasted mangosteen in my whole life so far so winning the mangosteen jam will be a perfect time to finally have a first taste of it. Yes! Im giving Marketman’s jam the honor :) “Lanlanon lang nako… Hmmmm… ” :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:38 am

     
  98. bleuciel says:

    Quezon City, been lurking since late 2005, spoon it over hot toast and melted hot pepper jack cheese …yummy :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:41 am

     
  99. MEK says:

    Currently in Cebu but recently got married and moved to Manila.
    Started reading late 2006.
    I’ll keep it til I have a housewarming party with family and friends which will be, hopefully, in a few months. Serve it with bread, cake and ice cream. :-)

    Happy Valentines Day!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:43 am

     
  100. Edik Dolotina says:

    I’m from Tagbilaran City but currently working in Cebu. Started reading your site last September 25, 2005 when you featured about Tagbilaran City Public Market.

    Eversince I’ve tasted my first mangosteen jam given by you, I seem to crave for more hehehe.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:52 am

     
  101. Cathy Tagl-Garcia says:

    I’m Cathy from Alabang, I started reading Market Manila about June 2007. I’d love to put your jam over hot waffles and pair it with freshly brewed coffee!!! I pray I win a bottle!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:52 am

     
  102. Jam says:

    Makati City
    Around September 2007
    I will give it as a once in a while treat to my mom for keeping her blood sugar level low! :D

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:55 am

     
  103. zeph says:

    Manila, mid-2006 while googling a couple of Filipino recipes. I’ve been part of the Marketmanila groupie since then. Haven’t had the chance of attending EBs but I’ve stalked your digital footprints – went to Balthazar’s and MOMA in 2007, got the little brown book, that sort of stuff. What I would do to that mangosteen jam? Spoon it up, take self portraits while clearing the spoon of all residue, and put all those photos on my blog for everyone to see and hate me for actually winning. I jest. :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:56 am

     
  104. Angela says:

    Seattle, Washington

    October 2007

    Even though I can’t win (because I can’t pick up the jam), I’d love to try it on Sans Rival.

    Betty Q.- I think I’ll take you up on your offer of how to make fool-proof sans rival. . .

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:58 am

     
  105. Queens Quay Gal says:

    From Toronto, Canada. I’ve been a fan since reading the PDI article online about you (can’t remember exact date, sorry). I’d have the jam as a dessert – as is, especially after a meal of rice/pinakbet or any dish with bagoong! Sluuurp!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:59 am

     
  106. esquire says:

    Makati. Discovered your blog in August 2007 while researching for my baby’s 1st birthday party :) Would love to try your jam on warm buttered whole wheat toast with a strong cup of coffee (unfortunately decaf since I’m still nursing my toddler)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:05 am

     
  107. fern says:

    Makati, started reading your blog: Jan 22,08. i would love to taste your mangosteen jam as toppings for my cheesecake. its my mama’s birthday today and she too loves mangosteen so i will just give it to her as part of her belated gift?!?

    Thanks.

    Happy Valentines!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:08 am

     
  108. evelyn says:

    Hongkong.2005 pa I started reading your blog.Just curious how does it taste.I just leave a comment when a contest like this, trying my luck.he he he.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:17 am

     
  109. edel says:

    Manila. can’t remember the exact date/year. around 2006 i guess. i’d love to pair the mangosteen jam with coffee ice-cream (arce, FIC)… reminds me greatly of magnolia’s coffee-mangosteen ice cream that my dad used to bring home as pasalubong during christmas season =D

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:23 am

     
  110. HD says:

    SFDM, QC. Dec. 3, 2005 (naka save pa kasi yung email ko na na discover ko itong site na ito :)). Palaman sa tinapay or papak.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:30 am

     
  111. ratacutie says:

    Makati, sometime 2006, mangosteen jam with coffee cake and/or vanilla ice cream. I’ll probably try it solo too (i.e., I’ll eat it by itself like I do nutella).

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:32 am

     
  112. Carl says:

    Makati. June 2006. Mangosteen jam on my barbecue sauce…hmmm.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:33 am

     
  113. ninabruha says:

    makati, 2005, with hot pandesal and cheese!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:34 am

     
  114. danny says:

    Hong Kong, July 2007, a topping for a no bake yoghurt and cottage cheese tart.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:35 am

     
  115. Bengski says:

    Los Baños, Laguna
    2006
    Haven’t tasted mangosteen jam in my entire life. If ever, this time will be the first. Mangosteen jam on a hot pandesal with brewed coffee being enjoyed in my balcony facing a blooming rice field on a quiet, rainy afternoon would be excellent…

    keeping my finger crossed!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:38 am

     
  116. agnes says:

    West Hollywood, California, 2006. crackers and cheese.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:39 am

     
  117. gina says:

    muntinlupa city, 2005, hot pandesal filling

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:40 am

     
  118. Pilar says:

    Hong Kong, around Jan 2005. I’ll have it on my pancake!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:41 am

     
  119. betcha says:

    malabon city 2006, spread on a melba toast, w/ piping hot jasmine green tea

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:41 am

     
  120. jaypee says:

    Los Baños, Laguna
    October 2007
    hmmm,, a spoonful of mangosteen jam on top of my favorite puto seko of pampanga!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:44 am

     
  121. Deedee says:

    Davao City, 2007,

    Blend it together with vanilla ice cream for a creamy, frothy, tart smoothie!

    Woop! Woop!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:45 am

     
  122. S says:

    cebu city

    october 07

    on my warm bagel w/ my – non-fat-misto. … yummm…

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:48 am

     
  123. Anne :-) says:

    Anne from Mandaluyong (January 2006) share spread among fellow marketmanila followers for some chat with homemade bread and a nice coffee. :-)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:53 am

     
  124. Ruth says:

    Pasig City – July 2006 – Haven’t tasted mangosteen (shame noh? =)) so straight from the bottle =) thanks

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:56 am

     
  125. Lyna says:

    Brunei, November 2007, mangosteen tarts with parmesan crust!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:59 am

     
  126. Shirley says:

    ~ San Diego, CA
    ~ @ September 2004
    ~ Jif peanut butter & MM’s Mangosteen Jam!

    Yummy in my tummy!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:01 pm

     
  127. Lyna says:

    don’t be shy to pick me, I can make arrangements to pick up!! haha

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:05 pm

     
  128. Lana says:

    Makati, August 2007, I want to spread it on banana bread and with a cup of coffee it will be a delightful breakfast in my office.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:18 pm

     
  129. marlon says:

    >>started reading MM 2 years back while i was still in qatar…currently in makati.

    salivating already on the thought of having that yummy spread over a semi-toasted pandesal along with a hot brewed coffee from our farm in amadeo.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:26 pm

     
  130. jayjay says:

    makati/pasay; during downtime at work a couple summers ago in 2006, an reader since then, especially since i got a home dsl connection; i’ll have just a taste then i’ll give it to my mother as a treat when she visits us from the province next week. thanks, mm! :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:27 pm

     
  131. jayjay says:

    sorry, skipped a word there: an avid reader…

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:32 pm

     
  132. Anne_pinaybeijinger says:

    Beijing, China. November,2007.

    Here’s what i will do with your Mangosteen Jam prize:
    1. I really miss pan de sal in the morning there in Manila. My husband and I arrived here in Beijing last July, ’07. I will buy some Golden bread (similar to pandesal), which can be brought in Carrefour supermarket, toast it and spread Mangosteen Jam on it. Of course, nothing compares to our home-made pandesal because it is fluffier and softer.

    2. Instead of putting bavarian cream inside the Cream Puff, i’ll bake it using the mangosteen jam.

    3. Today, Valentine’s Day, for dessert, I will imagine splurging on strawberry flavored Haagen Dasz icecream topped with mangosteen jam, chocolate syrup and cashew nuts. Yummy!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:35 pm

     
  133. corrine says:

    Paranaque City, started reading your blog in 2006. I spread butter on a nice bread like baguette and then spread the glorious mangosteen jam. Hope I win, Hope I win!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:37 pm

     
  134. leira says:

    Makati City, Started reading around October 2006. I will make it as a topping sa vanilla ice cream… yummy!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:41 pm

     
  135. sonny sj says:

    Makati City, 2nd quarter 2007 (or so), will pair the mangosteen jam with coffee ice cream.

    Wishing everyone a love-filled day! Happy Valentines!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:46 pm

     
  136. chec says:

    Singapore
    Started reading early last year
    I’ll spread the mangosteen jam over my kiddos pancake. I’m sure it’ll be a great brekfast for them.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:49 pm

     
  137. juli says:

    I stumbled upon your blog googling Culion. That was late March 07. Since then I have read through all of your previous post and tried several of your recipes. (halaya, bibingkang latik. paksiw na pata, tarte tatin atbp.

    I work here in HK as a DH and I’ll share your mangosteen jam with my friends when they come over on Sundays for Breakfast. I’m planning to try making jam next time they come in season.

    p.s. In case you’re wondering how the jam will get here if I win it, a friend of mine is going home first week of March and she can bring it back with her after my son picks the jam.

    Thanks MM.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:55 pm

     
  138. chris says:

    Quezon City, 2005, make Mangosteen Ice Cream!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 12:58 pm

     
  139. sometime_lurker says:

    Woodlands, Singapore, About March – April 2007, ice cream topping.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:00 pm

     
  140. Aileen says:

    Calamba in Laguna, started reading MM last March 2007, i like to enjoy the mangosteen jam on buttered toast with my hubby and son!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:01 pm

     
  141. Gaye says:

    Cainta, March 2007. spread the jam on a piece of croissant and pair it with tall hot caramel macchiato from Starbucks! yum!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:13 pm

     
  142. elaine says:

    Quezon City, April,2007
    I would spread it on a buttered pancake, put as topping on a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:22 pm

     
  143. Claire says:

    Kuala Lumpur, MY, Feb 2006, would like my family in the Philippines to enjoy the jame for breakfast.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:34 pm

     
  144. Gigi says:

    QuezonCity, circa 2006, as is.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:38 pm

     
  145. Raquel says:

    Dubai, UAE
    February 2007
    mangosteen crepe!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:40 pm

     
  146. katring says:

    Cagayan de Oro City, April 2007, over freshly baked pan de sal with butter and a slice of quesong puti and for dessert, over coffee ice cream with walnuts!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:40 pm

     
  147. Cumin says:

    Quezon City. Lurker since mid 2006. Share jam with The Beloved.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:45 pm

     
  148. Lex says:

    ParaNaque, Manila. May 2007

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:51 pm

     
  149. Melissa says:

    Legaspi village, Makati. Started reading your blog when I was taking up my MBA in 2006, it was what I did during breaks from studying. However I would usually be so hungry after reading your blog that I would stop studying and go eat, then fall asleep. Hahaha. Anyway I’d have your jam in a homemade crepe with Ben and Jerry’s vanilla ice cream!!! Yum!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:51 pm

     
  150. dianne says:

    New Manila, Last quarter 2007. Encounter your blog through OAP, really enjoy reading your posts. Am crazy about mangosteens but have never tried the jams, think its a good combi with hot pandesal and coffee. PS-If i wasnt lucky to win, where can i buy the popular mangosteen jams, huh….

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:53 pm

     
  151. Dea says:

    Las Piñas, March 2007, cheesecake topping!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 1:56 pm

     
  152. kyang2x says:

    Shenzhen, Mar/April 2007 (but I visited your site before that, but can’t remember when); haven’t tasted mangosteen fruit yet, will try the jam first

    Feb 14, 2008 | 2:02 pm

     
  153. Ana C. Estabillo says:

    Makati, 2005, i want it straight from the spoon…. yummy!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 2:06 pm

     
  154. momsy says:

    Paranque City. October 2007. Share it with my mother in law and have it as a palaman sa mainit na pandesal na may keso.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 2:07 pm

     
  155. barbara martinez says:

    quezon city, september 2007. 1. mangosteen cheese cake 2. flavor chicken wings with it, then roast the chicken wings. you know how you put orange marmalade on chicken (with kalamansi and little kikoman!, it should give a different flavor

    Feb 14, 2008 | 2:27 pm

     
  156. michelle says:

    pasig,jan2007,i want to make cookies with mangosteen jam. sorta like thumbprint cookies. and danish pastries with mangosteen jam!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 2:44 pm

     
  157. Gia Mayol says:

    cebu city jan 2007. i would make coffee mangosteen ice cream or else use it for mangosteen no-bake cheesecake!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 2:45 pm

     
  158. Berry says:

    Singapore, August 2005. My toasted pan de sal with melted quesong puti needs your mangosteen jam to be extra scrumptious. ;-)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:00 pm

     
  159. melvs says:

    Cainta, Dec 2006. Spread it on my hotcates or dip for suman

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:07 pm

     
  160. DADD-F says:

    Plaridel, Bulacan; around November 2006; mangosteen cake

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:11 pm

     
  161. millety says:

    ..or use it to make mangosteen milkshake..yum!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:16 pm

     
  162. Cathy Tagle-Garcia says:

    Alabang. Read your blog starting june ’07. I’ll spread mangosteen jam over hot waffles

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:31 pm

     
  163. Jo Chua says:

    Melbourne, Australia
    April 2005
    Initially thought of bringing this back with me to Melby and share with my other pinoy colleagues in March, but since customs might confiscate it, I’ll use it as palaman every snacktime with my family during my 1-week vacation.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:33 pm

     
  164. ching says:

    Pasig City. Hooked since 2007. Mangosteen jam = sandwich/pancake spread, blend with vanilla or coffee ice cream. Happy Valentine’s Day! :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:59 pm

     
  165. icebucks_12 says:

    Quezon City
    December, 2005…

    I will surprise my sister with a breakfast in bed using the mangosteen jam as the “queen” of her breakfast. She has been studying so much for med school and I seldom see her cute dimples when she smile and I think a surprise like this is something that make her feel really special and loved.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 3:59 pm

     
  166. cia says:

    Sta Mesa Manila. Around March 2006.
    Here’s what I would do:

    1. Use it as a filling for crepes along with grated cheese, top it with a little bit more drizzled mangosteen and nuts for presentation.

    2. Make a plate of Pancake filled mangosteen that stacked 3 pancaked per serving that when you cut a portion hot sweet mangosteen oozes out from within.

    3. Use it as a dip for fish/ chicken fillet instead of using the usual tartar sauce.

    YUM YUM!!!! =)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 4:18 pm

     
  167. nikka says:

    I started reading in late 2005 while I was still living in Subic. Living in Makati now.

    Truthfully, I’ve never had mangosteen jam. I’d love to try it though.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 4:23 pm

     
  168. Teresa says:

    Makati 2006, I am going to enjoy it by making a part of into a mangosteen based frutiy salad dressing while the rest i shall pair with cottage cheese on a crusty roll. :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 4:27 pm

     
  169. Lenlen S. says:

    Makati City. 2006, I am a certified mangosteen addict. And I wanna try baking the mangosteen cake for my husband.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 4:39 pm

     
  170. Liz says:

    Fremont, California
    Found your blog early 2006 and have enjoyed it ever since.
    I’ve never tasted mngosteen, but I’d loving to make magosteen jam fill doughnuts.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:06 pm

     
  171. nads says:

    Mandaluyong City
    mid 2007, when I was looking for a really good Inasal recipe
    planning to eat it straight from the jar :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:18 pm

     
  172. Roberto Vicencio says:

    As soon as I receive my prize I will call up the Pugon de Manila, find out what time their Big Pandesals will be coming out in the oven so I can get on the tricycle to go to the bakery with my bottle of jam, buy about a dozen pandesals and eat about 3 right there in the trike on my way home. When I get home I will tell the wife that there were only 9 or so pandesals because they ran out. Or I can make the trike run around in circles till I eat my fill.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:23 pm

     
  173. Roberto Vicencio says:

    ABout October 2007. Mandaluyong City. See above.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:24 pm

     
  174. vennisjean says:

    Tagum City, Davao Norte. I started reading last around October of 2006 but was still too shy to leave any comment then.If Im lucky enough to have a bottle it try yo use it on a muffin recipe leaving around half of it to be consumed the way I love…digging in and savoring it spoonful by spoonful…okay….I might slather some on my morning Pandesal.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 5:41 pm

     
  175. Eileen Clement says:

    Paranaque, February 2006 (was looking for a recipe for ensaymada); on top of slightly toasted slice of batard and sprinkled with goat cheese from Malagos!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:01 pm

     
  176. dhanggit says:

    Southern France, December 2006, i’ll make a tart with it topped with my home-made sorbet :-)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:12 pm

     
  177. kasseopeia says:

    Hi Marketman, Mrs. MM and the Kid! Happy Valentine’s day! Kasseopeia is from Malate, Manila who started reading MM around April-May 2007. If I had a jar of MMMJ, I would:

    1) Bake a coffee-mangosteen cake despite the oven’s long-standing grudge against me.
    2) Use it to top a dessert pizza
    3) Spread it on a toasted bagel and serve it to my mom and dad in bed.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:27 pm

     
  178. daddyval says:

    Happy Valentine’s! I have been visiting your Market Manila around June 2006. Im from San Pedro, Laguna.

    Magosteen jam on skyflakes.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:42 pm

     
  179. Bubut says:

    Guadalupe, Makati City. I think around 2005 but what im sure is that is was able to attend the 1st and 2nd EB with MM. I will spread it on Skyflakes.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:48 pm

     
  180. Mia says:

    Happy Valentines Day! I’m from Quezon City and I started reading your blog in 2006. I’ll use it as bread spread. I’m really curious about what it tastes like =)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:53 pm

     
  181. Digs says:

    Cork City,Ireland, July 2005. I will spread it on buttered toasts.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 6:59 pm

     
  182. mardie says:

    aj, az; started reading the blog in 2006 (forgot the month) when i was looking for a good humba recipe. i will spread the jam on a piece of toast and spread the love around the house.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:18 pm

     
  183. muni says:

    lurker since late 2004(?). malabon, manila.
    as is. di pa kasi ako nakakatikim ng mangosteen jam.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:35 pm

     
  184. 3C says:

    makati city, 1226
    sometime in 2006
    now, close your eyes, imagine… freshly baked moist yummy butter cake w/ mangosteen jam + coffee! üüühhhhmmmmm!

    happy LOVEntines day to everyone!!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:53 pm

     
  185. Ed B. says:

    hi market man!

    i’m from Paranaque and I started reading your blog around September 2007.

    if i win the jar of mangosteen jam i’ll most probably have it for breakfast with pan de sal, but i’ll also try it out with ice cream…i don’t think i’ve ever come across mangosteen-flavored ice cream. ;)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 7:56 pm

     
  186. Thelma says:

    Kansas, USA. October 2005 (Turbo Oven).

    If lucky enough to be picked, I will have the poor but deserving medical student I’m helping for $100/month to pick it up and for her to keep it. She is graduating this March and it would be a GREAT present for her considering it is from MM. I will tell her to spread the jam into hot pandesal!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:11 pm

     
  187. lee ann says:

    san mateo, rizal
    September 2007

    i’ll bring it to school and share it with my friends.
    i’ve never eaten mangosteen before. or i just can’t recall. hehe.
    i wonder if we can make mangosteen cheesecake. :D
    exciting!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:30 pm

     
  188. cris says:

    Santiago, Chile. Around August of 2007. I would use it as a topping for mantecado ice cream!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:31 pm

     
  189. faye says:

    Melbourne Australia, November 2005, might be a good dipping sauce for apples, singkamas and hilaw na mangga! yum! :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:38 pm

     
  190. renee says:

    Atlanta, GA, 2005
    baguette + goats’ cheese + jam = :-D

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:38 pm

     
  191. Em Dy says:

    Pasig, Philippines. Nov 2006. Convince me, MM, that mangosteen is really good! I’ve never eaten one before.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:39 pm

     
  192. Catalina says:

    Taytay, Rizal — sometime 2005, or was it 2006?
    My husband would love it in his pan de sal, with kapeng barako; I’m diabetic, but a wee bit wouldn’t kill me.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 8:59 pm

     
  193. OziChris says:

    Brisbane Australia – approximately June 2006. I just want to enjoy the sweet fruity tang of the jam on toast in the morning. My Family from Makati will collect it if I am lucky enough to win!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:05 pm

     
  194. Lani says:

    Quezon City, June 2006 (approximately), coffee mangosteen cake

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:30 pm

     
  195. Gwiz says:

    Tagaytay City, I think last December 2007 when I googled for masa podrida.

    I will mix it with coffee ice cream. I miss Magnolia Ice Cream’s Coffee Mangosteen, eh. I think I haven’t had it in a looong time. Does your jam have some of the seeds in it? Magnolia ice cream had.

    Win or lose I am happy for the existence of your site. More power!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:40 pm

     
  196. Gwiz says:

    Oh, and Happy Valentine everyone! =)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:43 pm

     
  197. Ejit says:

    Canouan Island, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, February 2007, i’ll eat it with a hot pandesal and tea.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 9:44 pm

     
  198. Ruth says:

    Makati, May 2007, topping for French Vanilla Ice Cream with a dash of amaretto

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:05 pm

     
  199. carlo angelo mendoza says:

    in sampaloc manila, April 2007, i think it will taste great with skyflakes. hehehe

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:06 pm

     
  200. cholocolates says:

    Quezon City, mid 2006, palaman sa mainit na pandesal :-)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:36 pm

     
  201. lorraine says:

    mandaluyong. since the yema-fiasco. attempt to make macarons and use the jam as the filling.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:39 pm

     
  202. Ginger says:

    Makati City, Sometime in the first quarter of 2007. I will have it with cream cheese and crackers.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 10:41 pm

     
  203. siopao says:

    Makati City, July 2007, I wanna make my own coffee mangosteen cake

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:04 pm

     
  204. Eric C says:

    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. I started reading your wonderful blog first half of 2007 when I was in Maputo, Mozambique. I would spread the mangosteen jam on a hot, crispy baguette and enjoy it with my wife and kids during a belated Valentine’s day breakfast in Manila next week.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:05 pm

     
  205. MrsKookie says:

    Las Pinas, since 2006, to pair with bread, cheese, cupcakes and best of all, to have my 2-year old daughter taste it! :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:14 pm

     
  206. john paul sarabia says:

    iloilo. 2007. i will lick it from the six pack abs of david beckham.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:14 pm

     
  207. sunjun says:

    stephen, Davao, started November last year. I would share it with our office clerks over 3pm merienda and I’ll try eating it with anything coffee flavored to see if it’s really that good.

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:21 pm

     
  208. gina says:

    stockton, california. since 2006. i would have it with toast. : – )

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:28 pm

     
  209. liza m.c. says:

    iloilo city, since i read about your site on the pdi (2005??), on vanilla ice cream, or on skyflakes… happy valentines day!!!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:40 pm

     
  210. elna says:

    I am based in London, England and been reading your blog since early 2004, probably Feb or March. I never had mangosteen jam and am dreaming of trying them on pandesal or homemade scones. Oh and by the way, I will be in Manila next month so I can pick up my jam as soon as I get there! :-)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:41 pm

     
  211. Tiffany says:

    Los Angeles, CA. Started reading marketmanila.com in May 2007 when I was browsing Google for the best desserts in Manila. Never had the privilege of tasting mangosteen in my life. I’m not even familiar with how it looks. However, seeing all the hype surrounding the famous MM’s Mangosteen Jam, in addition to my compelling curiosity, makes me want to have that jar more than anything else and I’m going to enjoy a big spoonful of it!

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:44 pm

     
  212. NYCMama says:

    New York City. 2006. I will use it to top vanilla ice cream. :)

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:54 pm

     
  213. John Demetrio says:

    Long Beach, CA. I had been reading Market Manila for two years and I would eat a spoonful of jam with a slice of brioche everyday so that the jam will last me for a long time I hope. Market Man, please reconsider shipping abroad, I had been a loyal reader for two years and I even made the apple pie recipe. Common Kid vote me in, I adored your ginger bread village creation last Christmas.

    Cheers,
    JD

    Feb 14, 2008 | 11:59 pm

     
  214. Ana says:

    Mandaluyong. When the Inquirer article came out. I’d use the bottle in a number of ways:
    – in a cottage cheese-sour cream blintz
    – to top my creamy coffee jelly panna cotta

    Feb 15, 2008 | 12:04 am

     
  215. manel says:

    Quezon City, February 2007, i’ll spread it on pancake! yummy!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 1:11 am

     
  216. Sophie says:

    Quezon City. Sometime between September-October 2007. I’d use it over a slice of pound cake and experiment it together with cream cheese or buttery frosting.

    Feb 15, 2008 | 2:02 am

     
  217. Babette says:

    I can’t help but notice, there were only 117 votes for MM’s Mangosteen Jam (I can proudly say one of those is mine) but there are more than 200 entries here. LOL

    I’ve been a reader and sometimes commenter since 2006. I live in New England. :)

    I will savor every spoonful of MM’s mangosteen jam. If it can be frozen, I will keep it in the freezer and only get a tablespoon every month. If not, then I will keep it in the soft freeze drawer of my fridge so it’ll keep forever. It’ll be my ‘guilty pleasure’ each month. LOL

    One of the many things I can think of is spreading it on a freshly toasted English muffin or croissant. Sarap sigurado…

    Feb 15, 2008 | 2:03 am

     
  218. betty q. says:

    Angela@Seattle, Wash.: I would be more than happy to share with you and others who might be interested in making the Coffee Mangosteen Sans Rival. Send me an e-mail:bettytrinidad@hotmail.com.

    Since you only live 2 hours way from Vancouver..please drop by and we can make Sans Rival, Ensaymada,etc. I have soooo many friends in the food industry who up to this day, we hang out. One in particular in a VISUAL PERSON…she has to see it how I make things like my Indian Candied Salmon or Chocolate Roses…so she invites herself to our house and have coffee and start baking or smoking FISH!!! So, if you;re heading out to this neck of the woods, come on over. Or next time we go down South (Washington or Oregon), I will show you how to do the Sans Rival. Sometimes it helps to see the right consistency of the meringue, etc….drop me a line and we’ll go from there…sounds good?

    Feb 15, 2008 | 2:13 am

     
  219. shockresist says:

    Beijing, China; I’ve been reading Marketman since 2006! I would use it as topping for coffee ice cream (have been endlessly curious about it since I read it here), for coffee mangosteen cupcakes, and for spreads!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 3:48 am

     
  220. barbara martinez says:

    just had another idea – make a mangosteen vinegrette for salads, much like the strawberry kind. yummmm!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 4:12 am

     
  221. Joyce V. Corral says:

    Pasay City/March 2007 – I would love to use this jam
    for my freshly baked cupcakes! Yum-o!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 5:31 am

     
  222. Myra P. says:

    Indianapolis, since early 2006. To be spread on hot toast, and eaten with a cup of nuclear-strength coffee…

    Feb 15, 2008 | 5:54 am

     
  223. Clarissa B. Arellano says:

    Pasig City, Philippines/August 2007 – If ever I will win a bottle of mangosteen jam, I’ll take a picture of it, post it in my multiply website to let my friends know that I won!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 7:15 am

     
  224. zap says:

    Pasig City, been a regular reader since late 2006. Would love to try it on hot toast with cream cheese. Maybe even as a topping over vanilla ice cream. :)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 7:27 am

     
  225. joy says:

    Pasig, Manila / around 3rd quarter of 2005.I was pregnant with my fourth kid at that time and would spend my day drooling at the posts. hehehe. My office mates would pass-by my cubicle and see remark , “Pagkain na nman ang browse mo?” hehe.. Still have not lost the pounds I gained,
    For the jam, spread it on Skyflakes crackers with cheese for the counterpoint to its sweetness. =)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 7:30 am

     
  226. Joycelyn says:

    Cainta; late 2006; palaman sa pandesal with melted quezo de bola! ang sarap!

    Thanks MM, this is fun!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 8:03 am

     
  227. Bingle Laoagan says:

    Merville, Paranaque Been reading your blog since 2005. Mangosteeb jam will be great with my morning toast with butter and Nescafe gold!Cheers to your blog.

    Feb 15, 2008 | 8:04 am

     
  228. britelite says:

    iloilo city–2007-will just eat from the spoon!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 9:09 am

     
  229. misao says:

    Taytay, Rizal; June 2005; as vanilla ice cream topping, as sandwich spread, as coffee cupcake filling and as coffee/hot chocolate sweetener!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 9:21 am

     
  230. Lesley says:

    New Manila, QC. To be honest this is my first time here but will surely visit again coz you have a very interesting blog. I love mangosteen so i’ll probably finish the whole bottle by myself…might let my mom try it coz she loves it too =) Did i mention that i’m 2months pregnant…i’m having mangosteen cravings na!!! =D

    Feb 15, 2008 | 9:36 am

     
  231. Cathrina Myla Lim says:

    Olongapo City, Zambales, February 2008, An exciting add-on to my ever boring existing palamans on the fridge! Can’t wait to have my mornings with a mangosteen jam!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 9:48 am

     
  232. bibs says:

    quezon city manila, december 2006, spoon lang ala meet joe black hahaha

    Feb 15, 2008 | 10:45 am

     
  233. ysa says:

    mandaluyong city; 2004, after i read PDI writeup, rediscoverd in late 2005; as filling in toasted pan de sal, partnered with hot sikwate, for breakfast

    Feb 15, 2008 | 11:08 am

     
  234. Les says:

    Kalookan City, Feb 2008, I’ll enjoy it with waffles and pancakes!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 11:51 am

     
  235. skyemermaid says:

    zamboanga city. 2006. with coffee ice cream.

    Feb 15, 2008 | 12:14 pm

     
  236. KittyM says:

    Kitty from Mandaluyong city, been checking this site everyday since november last year.I’m a preschool teacher who likes introducing new things to my students. I introduced langka and this would be a great way to introduce mangosteen to them! ;)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 12:38 pm

     
  237. KittyM says:

    also I would like to try all the suggestions of this thread.So please pick me ;)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 12:41 pm

     
  238. kulasa says:

    Bacoor, Cavite. Spread it in a slightly toasted baguette or have it with ice cream (Coffee Crunch – he he he)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 1:00 pm

     
  239. sometime_lurker says:

    oh and for the record, I tried my first mangosteen fruit because of this site. So, as of course everyone would agree, I owe it to this site, and MM, my first mangosteen experience :)

    On that note, have never tried the jam version of it. :)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 1:10 pm

     
  240. CharlieQ says:

    Hong Kong. July 2007 when my Aunt from Seattle sent me a link to your blog. Serve it with crackers / bread to friends in a party. It’s gonna be a novelty for sure. Left over will be for me on coffee icecream. Yum! I fly to Manila regularly so no problem in claiming the prize :)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 1:10 pm

     
  241. Jackie says:

    san juan mm, June 2007, taste it right from the jar (since i haven’t tried this kind of jam, would like to taste it first)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 1:53 pm

     
  242. Sands says:

    Loyola Heights, Quezon City. November 2007. Conquer my aversion to jams! :)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 2:14 pm

     
  243. portugalbear says:

    Malate, Manila, October 2007, spread it generously on pan de sal and quell my curiosity on how marketman’s mangosteen jam taste

    Feb 15, 2008 | 3:02 pm

     
  244. CecileJ says:

    Manila. Started reading in 2006. Spread mangosteen jam on crostini, top with a shaved slice of Edam to cut the sweetness and share it with my 85 year old Ma who loves sweet stuff!!!!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 3:28 pm

     
  245. raine says:

    BF Homes, Las Pinas, September 2007, I’d spoon it right out of the jar and into my mouth for a quick and heady sugar rush.

    Feb 15, 2008 | 3:40 pm

     
  246. ragamuffin girl says:

    Hong Kong, I started a year or so ago, I would use the jam on French toast with whipped butter and a cup of hot chocolate, perfect cold weather breakfast! I’d use leftover jam to make a mangosteen bran muffin and eat this all warm with a cup of tea for merienda. :)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 3:53 pm

     
  247. Imeon says:

    Pasig City. Started reading your blog November last year. Spread mangosteen jam on wheat bread and share it with my family and officemates…

    Feb 15, 2008 | 4:12 pm

     
  248. Cherry Pie says:

    From down under Auckland, New Zealand. I started reading your blog mid 2007 and from then on it has been a habit of mine reading your blog almost everyday. Would love the mangosteen jam with hot pan de sal or ciabatta bread . oh so yummy………..

    Feb 15, 2008 | 5:21 pm

     
  249. Adam says:

    Manila, January 2007. I like the idea of giving it to my parents as an example of good Philippines food on their next visit. The reality is that it is more likely I will keep it myself to eat on hot buttered toast!!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 6:38 pm

     
  250. BelleSexyMomma says:

    Mandaluyong City, reader since january 07 :) will cherish your jam over bowls of vanilla ice cream and crepes. been fantasizing (since your mangosteen season post) how mangosteens would taste like since i have not yet tasted a mangosteen…

    Feb 15, 2008 | 6:54 pm

     
  251. fame says:

    singapore. approx dec 2006. spread it on a multi-grain bread. :)

    Feb 15, 2008 | 7:02 pm

     
  252. Kaye says:

    Makati City, June 2007, spread it on a hot pandesal…(“,) am so excited…my 1st time to eat mangosteen jam!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 7:44 pm

     
  253. chinky says:

    alabang, around october 2007, will make coffee mangosteen ice cream–a childhood favorite!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 8:29 pm

     
  254. u8mypinkcookies says:

    Alabang
    approx. early 2007 :)

    – Peanut butter & mangosteen jam on toasted wheat bread or freshly baked pandesal

    – mangosteen jam on top of layers of graham crackers & whipped cream (my own version of “Mangosteen Royale”)

    – coffee bun topped with mangosteen jam

    – pancakes, waffles or crepe with mangosteen jam topping

    Feb 15, 2008 | 9:06 pm

     
  255. Honey says:

    Location: Malabon City
    “discovered” your site around 2006, via Anton’s OAP

    – i’ll put it in a gift basket — with bread, crackers, cheese, and coffee.

    – tie the basket with a red ribbon;

    – and together with some flowers, present it to my mom.

    She is a mangosteen lover. And I’m sure she’ll enjoy this jam too.

    Feb 15, 2008 | 9:59 pm

     
  256. cza says:

    from Manila here… my first time actually to visit your blog! I’m going to share this jam with everyone… we haven’t tasted mangosteen jam yet. And it would be the first if ever I’ll get one! yeyyy!

    Feb 15, 2008 | 10:15 pm

     
  257. jf says:

    makati.around august 2007, i think. Your mangosteen jam would probably be worthy enough to put over one of my precious Bouchon bakery croissants. i froze and brought home about 3 dozen croissants, 2 dozen muffins…you get the idea…and i have half of one everyday for breakfast.

    Feb 15, 2008 | 10:34 pm

     
  258. rianne says:

    London, England,mid 2006. Spread your jam over a hot toast with butter. I’ll be arriving on Monday to get my prize!!! Yipee!!!! Thanks!!!

    Feb 16, 2008 | 12:14 am

     
  259. Maria Joan Joaquin says:

    Pasig, Jan of 2008. I so love jams, and I’m planning to keep it underneath my bed so I could dream of it. I would love to try one of these Marketman’s Mangoesteen Jam. Please please.. let me have one..

    Feb 16, 2008 | 12:39 am

     
  260. Marc Fournier Labutay says:

    Enjoy reading your interesting blogs…..have been fascinated by mangosteen fruit…..somewhere in Davao there exists a mangosteen flavoured hard candy…..as for you jamp perfect also for paninis….those bought from Whole Foods here in the Willowbend-Preston area of Plano (suburb of Dallas) Texas….

    Feb 16, 2008 | 1:15 am

     
  261. Candygirl says:

    QC, a bit before the first Market Manila Eyeball in Galileo Enoteca…Aug or Sept 2005. With bread and butter or mixed with homemade yogurt.

    Feb 16, 2008 | 2:27 am

     
  262. Rose Ann says:

    Bonjour Marketman, I’ve been enjoying your blog from France since 2005 and I would likewise enjoy your mangosteen jam with (fresh from the oven) croissants and toasted baguettes. I am also tempted to use it, instead of the usual fig jam, as a spread with foie gras (cuit au torchon) over slices of grilled french bread or pain de campagne for les apperitifs.

    Feb 16, 2008 | 6:33 am

     
  263. Eileen says:

    Makati, started reading MM 3rd or 4th quarter of 2007. I haven’t tried mangosteen jam yet but if I win, I’d share it with my family over buttered toast.

    Feb 16, 2008 | 9:36 am

     
  264. Ruth says:

    Im from Manila, and I came across this site tru Femalenetwork.com

    I would love a mangosteen jam as I heard the fruit has many health benefits! This is something healthy and delicious to enjoy in the morning, with your favorite hot coffee, and our very own pandesal! :)

    Feb 16, 2008 | 12:04 pm

     
  265. ester says:

    I’m from Makati, started reading your site late 2007 while reading March issue of YUMMY Magazine.

    I haven’t tried mangosteen jam but i really would like to eat it from the jar like the strawberry jam with my 2 years old grandson, i’m sure he will love it…..

    Feb 16, 2008 | 8:04 pm

     
  266. Edgardo says:

    Mandaluyong, Jan 2007. Muffin and cake filling. :)

    Feb 16, 2008 | 8:46 pm

     
  267. Isah says:

    Bangkok, Thailand. I started reading your site mid 2006. I so love mangosteen and I want to try mangosteen jam on my toasted bread. yummy!

    Feb 16, 2008 | 8:48 pm

     
  268. Patricio says:

    Novaliches, Quezon City New Reader Jan 2008— I love free stuff>>> will use mangosteen jam in our desserts.. :P

    Feb 16, 2008 | 8:51 pm

     
  269. Fabian M says:

    Quezon City – Makati :) I think around Xmas Season 2005. Like others, I would eat it straight out of the bottle on a spoon.

    Feb 16, 2008 | 9:27 pm

     
  270. Raneli says:

    Makati city: Around summer 2007 whilst coming across about an article of you in Yummy magazine.I think that Mangosteen jam of yours will turn out terrific on my up-and- coming experiment: pinoy scones and pinoy pate sandwich.

    Feb 17, 2008 | 3:21 am

     
  271. jing says:

    Iligan City, since the yummy mag feature and chicken inasal became my kids’ all-time fave. Would like to try it on hot pandesal then try all the ways stated in the other blogs. Then I’ll let you know how many i’ve tried before my tummy rebels hahaha!!!
    Wow! This do show you have lots of fans, MM! Touching noh? Even if late na comment ko, bahala na, I still want to be counted as one. More power and God bless…

    Feb 17, 2008 | 9:18 am

     
  272. Daisy says:

    Diliman, Quezon City. Discovered Market Manila via my friends blog entry about the only blog she reads when she is busy that was about a year ago March 2007.

    Mangosteen jam would be great on my buttered toast, fresh pandesal from the panederia sa kanto, on cookies for merienda, baon for my hubby, on mamon, ensaimada…the list will go on. I haven’t tasted any mangosteen jam ever. But it is one of my favorite fresh fruits from the south.

    Feb 17, 2008 | 3:42 pm

     
  273. Rita says:

    From London…March 2007…Mangosteen jam on lightly toasted white bread sans the crust–and cup of tea

    Feb 18, 2008 | 1:56 am

     
  274. chrissy says:

    Mandaluyong City… Feb 2005… On a warm muffin yum!!!

    Feb 18, 2008 | 2:15 pm

     
  275. inday hami says:

    Even if i’m late for your contest MM, i’d like to let you know for the record, what great pleasure and knowledge i derive from your site …From Iloilo with Love. inday hami/joy. March 2007.

    I can only imagine how your mangoosteen jam tastes. will have to find time to follow your recipe.

    Feb 18, 2008 | 3:13 pm

     
  276. cupcakediva says:

    Pwede pa ba?
    San Pedro, Laguna..February 2006
    To be eaten with mocha/coffee ice cream

    Feb 18, 2008 | 5:34 pm

     
  277. Blaise says:

    I can’t believe I actually missed this contest. I Haven’t been online in a while, and to think I was thinking of buying mangosteen jam to eat with coffee ice cream..

    Anyway, even if the contest is over (or is it?), here’s my answer:

    2007 After I read about Marketmanila in Yummy Magazine, Las Pinas City, to be eaten with coffee ice cream

    Feb 18, 2008 | 5:47 pm

     
  278. Marketman says:

    CONTEST/GIVEAWAY IS OFFICIALLY CLOSED. WINNERS BEING SELECTED. THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING! Marketman

    Feb 18, 2008 | 8:28 pm

     
 

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