Subtle difference between crispy and crunchy.  Kindly elaborate.

On Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 10:40 PM, Curt Raymond via Mercedes <
mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:

> Once again I chickened out on the Chinese breakfast, today I had the
> Filipino breakfast which was crispy adobo pork, a fried egg, garlic rice
> and some fruit.It was fantastic, I don't normally like fried eggs but with
> the adobo sauce it was really nice. The crispy pork was very crispy, kind
> of crunchy actually and tasted great.
> I finally found a money changer, the banks are closed on Saturday. I'd
> walked past the place yesterday but didn't really know what I was looking
> for. Then I went to the local public market, its Saturday so they were in
> full swing. I bought a bottle of fresh juice, some freshly roasted coffee
> (which will be not so fresh by the time I get it home and brew it but
> whatever) a couple chocolate croissants and "the best dried mango slices in
> Makati". Spent around 700php or about $15. The croissants were 65 php each
> which is great at around $1.40 a liter of water was 30php after tax which
> is still less than a buck for a big bottle.
> Anyway I'm about ready for bed, since I'll be working all night I'm
> sleeping during the day.
> -Curt
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