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Crepes & Cream

May 18th, 2009 2 Comments

Crepes and cream is a modern and trendy cafe that serves a wide choice of savory and sweet crepe creations, ranging from Asian to Western flavors. There are over 30 types of crepe creations to choose from– all prepared fresh upon order. The savory crepe menu includes the Pork floss Chessy Omellette, Smoked Salmon, the […]

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Krispy Kreme Chocolate karnival

April 7th, 2009 2 Comments

Krispy Kreme recently launched the Chocolate Karnival during a launch at it’s Bonifacio High Street branch. It’s latest offerings of chocolate glazed donuts were presented to the public with a show of stilt walkers, jesters, magicians, and games-truly a fun, carnival atmosphere.

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Guinataan Bilo-Bilo

June 6th, 2008 6 Comments

Another popular Pinoy merienda is the Guinataang Bilo-Bilo. It is also known as “Guinataang Halo-halo” and more commonly, the simple “Guinataan”. Guinataan is anything cooked in cocunut milk. It comes from the root word gata, which is Tagalog for coconut milk. Guinataan Bilo-Bilo   A combination of bilo-bilo(which is made from glutinous rice flour mixed […]

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Minatamis na Saba

June 5th, 2008 4 Comments

Saba is a type of banana that is actually closer to a plantain. It is usually eaten cooked, whether it is ripe or unripe. It is widely used in Filipino cuisine, as an ingredient in savory viands like the pochero and humba, sidings to arroz ala cubana, and as snacks and desserts. One example of […]

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Halo Halo Season

April 24th, 2008 2 Comments

Summer in the Philippines is both an anticipated and dreaded season. Holidays, out of town trips and beach escapades are among the first thing that comes to mind when summer is mentioned, coupled with a surge of excitement of what’s to come. On the otherhand summer also means one thing: swealtering heat. How do you […]

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