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Tita Lynn's Flavored Suman

November 12th, 2009 2 Comments

I love suman, particularly suman sa ibos— the light yellow ones that come in bunches. Now I usually get my suman fix from the market. But, that means having to wake up early because they only sell it in the morning. So what do I do when I crave suman in the middle of the […]

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Paul Calvin's Deli

November 12th, 2009 No Comments

In these times of heart disease and unhealthy lifestyles, more and more people are starting to embrace and get into a healthful lifestyle. There’s a little place called Paul Calvin’s Deli at the Fort Bonifacio Global City that serves good and healthful food, and they have been catering to the appetites of the neighboring offices […]

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Izakaya-style Dining At Tokyo Tokyo Metro

August 31st, 2009 4 Comments

Tokyo Tokyo has brought a new concept to fast casual dining. Patterned after the izakaya–a kind of Japanese bar or restaurant popular in Japan for after-work drinking and eating, where office workers go to unwind– these establishments offer a wide range of food from snacks to bento meals, as well as serving sake and other […]

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Jollibee’s Big Bowl Soups

July 23rd, 2009 2 Comments

Full-size comfort comes just in time for the rainy season as Jollibee presents bigger versions of its soothing soup offerings —the La Paz Batchoy Style Soup Big Bowl and the Creamy Macaroni Soup Big Bowl.

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Fresh Favorites At Max's

April 8th, 2009 8 Comments

Max’s enlightens customers through their sense of taste by offering new, delicious, vibrant and freshly prepared dishes in addition to its all time favorite “Sarap-to-the-Bones” fried chicken. Over the years, Max’s only uses the freshest and highest quality ingredients and has been continuously developing more appetizing, palatial but affordable cuisine. Gambas in Aligue Sauce The […]

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Classic Pinoy Food at Sentro 1771

March 13th, 2009 4 Comments

It was quite a hot day when we went to have lunch at Sentro. So it was such a welcome relief when I saw they have a classic Filipino cooler, Sago’t Gulaman, in their menu. It wasn’t overtly sweet, as most sago’t gulaman tend to be. The best part? It’s refillable! Fried Kesong Puti Php […]

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Roti Prata at Juz Suri

February 17th, 2009 10 Comments

One of the best things about Plurk is that I discover places to try. One of these is Juz Suri, a food court concessionaire at the Shopwise Supermarket in Cubao. After doing some business at the PAL office in Alimall, I popped into Shopwise to check out if this stall serving Singaporean dishes is as […]

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Thai Mince Pork Salad

December 16th, 2008 3 Comments

I first tried this salad in Thailand, when I took a Thai cooking class. Admittedly, it’s not something I’d probably order if I saw it in the menu. However, from the first bite, I was hooked! I have the recipe in the booklet they gave us, but I was too lazy to look for fennel […]

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Simple Pad Thai Recipe

December 1st, 2008 8 Comments

For my birthday this year, I decided to stay at home and cook for my family. Noodles are a staple for birthdays, since it signifies long life. Instead of the usual spaghetti or pancit, I decided to cook Pad Thai, another noodle favorite in the house. When I went to Thailand two years ago, one […]

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Lunch at Kawayan Cove

November 13th, 2008 4 Comments

I miss summer. Not the heat , but the bright sunny days that are characteristic of the season. It’s just perfect for a day at the beach! But, it’s the rainy season here. So it was such a welcome treat to be invited to go and have lunch at Kawayan Cove. Kawayan Cove is a […]

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