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Milky Way at the Powerplant Mall

October 8th, 2008 3 Comments

After a blog event in Makati last Saturday, Arpee, Noreen, Eric, Bong and I headed to Rockwell for the Negros Trade Fair. A freak thunderstorm had us changing our plans at the last minute — it was pouring so hard that visibility was zero! Luckily, we were already inside the mall during the sudden downpour. […]

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Chowking's Chao Fan (Fried Rice)

September 22nd, 2008 4 Comments

Good news to all Chao Fan lovers like myself! Chowking now has four variants of Chow Fan: Spicy, Beef, Pork and Yang Chow. I love all four, but I have to say that the Yang chow– with Chinese chorizo, shrimps, chopped vegetables and fried egg–, and the Beef Chao Fan–packed with a rich, beefy flavor, […]

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The Freshest Picks At PICK Manila

September 20th, 2008 No Comments

Two weekends ago, I was invited to this weekend market out in Manila. I love going to the market, especially weekend markets because of the wide selection of products available. There’s cooked food, fresh meat and fish, poultry, produce, clothes, home ware, even pets on sale. At the back of SM San Lazaro in Manila […]

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A taste of Cebuano: CNT Lechon

August 22nd, 2008 42 Comments

The second weekend of August found me, Eric and Melo in Cebu to cover the Pasigarbo sa Sugbo festival, as well as to be reacquainted with Cebuano favorites. One of Cebu’s best delicacy of course, is the lechon. I don’t know what it is about Cebu’s lechon, but its Manila counterparts simply can’t measure up. […]

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The Return Of The Amazing Aloha And Cheesy Bacon Mushroom

August 7th, 2008 8 Comments

Two all-time Jollibee favorites are making a comeback! I am happy to announce that Jollibee is bringing back the Amazing Aloha and Cheesy Bacon Mushroom burgers! Cheesy Bacon Mushroom Solo- Php 82.00 / Value meal- Php 108.00 I’ve always loved the Amazing Aloha, so I was a bit dismayed when I found out that it […]

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La Paz Batchoy Style Noodles @ Jollibee

July 12th, 2008 5 Comments

As Filipinos brace themselves for the cold and wet season, count on leading fast-food chain Jollibee to offer special treats that give customers that warm taste of home. New in its top-selling soup menu is one of the Pinoy’s all time favorite soups that is guaranteed to provide comfort during these rainy months. The new […]

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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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Dinner @ The Aristocrat Restaurant

May 29th, 2008 8 Comments

After spending all day doing chores, my Mom, sister and myself went to the mall. We took my sister’s dress to the altering shop and afterwards we went our separate ways. My Mom and sister both went to do their thing, and I went on to do mine. I paid the bills and bought some […]

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A Kanin Club Feast

May 20th, 2008 16 Comments

It was getting fairly late, so after our merienda stop at the T House, we hurriedly hopped back into the bus for the drive down to Laguna, where our last food stop is. Kanin Club was borne out of a craving — a craving for rice. Tony Cancio and his bike buddies often bike in […]

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