Photo blog of Em Dy, a Filipino physician
The Red Wagon, originally uploaded by Em Dy.
Once you've tried what this red wagon serves, you'd definitely come back for more. I did. I loved the malasadas and made a second trip back to this wagon.Taken May 2006 in Oahu, Hawaii
Hi, I joined the link to hear malasadas and I got hungry, they seem very delicious and appetizing, here in Brazil we have those with the name of Dream.hugs, Denise
Here in the CA bay area I have not seen these around and we have a good number of Portuguese population. I wonder why. I can't wait to hunt for these.
Thanks for including the link to wikipedia. They sound yummy. :D www.askewtoyou.blogspot.com
Never heard of these before but they look good. I'm sure I'd go back way to often. Even without the goodies, it's a nice little wagon - Leonard Jr. has done a good job of making it look inviting.
I looked it up. Yummy!! How can you go wrong with frying a doughnut and adding sugar LOLThe wagon is very eye catching.
hi em... uhh, what's a malasadas?
interesting rolling store. :) what do they sell?
i think this is the one parked near walmart-waikele. i frequent this one too. be having some soon in december...lo.
Denise, thanks for telling us what it's called in your country.Photo Cache, hope you find some.Askew to You, they were. Hope you can try it someday.Raven, the wagon does call out, right? Must be because it's red.Dianne, you're right. It's similar to a doughnut.Jaejae, check the Wikipedia link. Basta, it's good!Arlene, malasadas.Kayni, that's right. I envy your getting your fill in December!
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