I’ve been eating Red Ribbon’s mamon for quite a while now. But it wasn’t until recently, before a busy morning, that I can say I thoroughly enjoyed one. I realized then how very good they are. Isn’t it amazing how life and food taste so much better when you take the time to savor?
I took my first bite with sip of tea, and in that moment, I was sent into a Zen-state of mind. The eggy richness bloomed in my mouth, the cake’s texture is fluffy beyond what’s imaginable, so airy it almost wants to float. A swipe of sticky sweet butter and a smattering of grated cheese on top seemed the only thing weighing it down, keeping it from lifting away like a helium balloon.
Despite being packaged like a Twinkie, the pastry cake cuffed inside what seems like a coffee filter is the picture of wholesomeness. It list egg whites, sugar and other pronounceable things as ingredients. The expiration date was about two days from when I bought it. After the first one I ate, the rest didn’t last nearly as long.
Red Ribbon Bake Shop
601 N Euclid St
Anaheim, CA 92801
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