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  • An exception to the awful food is the delicious ice cream made from purple yams called ube, which is ubiquitous at any bar, restaurant or coffee shop.

    Bohol

  • It's called "ube" and it's native to the Philippines.

    New bakery Cupcakes & Co. in Burbank, California

  • i took my little niece for a visit a few days ago and were very excited of their new "ube"

    Recent Reviews Near San Francisco, CA

  • By eating my favorite Asian desserts-- shaved ice with taro, green bean and pineapple chunks; champagne mango over rice soaked in coconut milk; mochi; halo halo with ube and caramelized plantain, yum!

    Author Interview: Joyce Lee Wong

  • This did lead to a rather off-theme moment where I made her drink ube bubble tea, the beloved flavour of my other, crazier people.

    27th May '07

  • Short time sa motel, pata tim, lechong kawali, leche flang buo o sa halo-halo, may ube ice cream pa — yan ang mga nakahihiligan sa kama o papag, hapag o dulang, hanggang maduling sa kalandian at kabusugan.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Kanjalo Sihlalo neluhlelo Lwe Sector policing lenta umsebenti wesipbioyisa ube malula – But I just want to sight one example of misusing of the programme.

    Speech by Dumisile Nhlengethwa during the Safety & Security budget vote

  • These yams are the most delightful color, and Gay has used them to make Haleyang Ube, or ube ice cream, a favorite Filipino dessert.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Here and there, between the akara sellers, children were visible, hovering over grills to tend roast corn and ube.

    Night Bus

  • Roast ube, with its soft, buttery green flesh, was one of her favorite foods.

    Night Bus

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