Avocado Toast – Two Ways!

Avocado Toast

  We have an abundance of Avocados at home these days… Thanks to the Avocado Tree in my PIL’s front yard that bears more fruits than we could handle, we always get around six large avocados to take home whenever we go there to visit. Usually, it is made into dessert by roughly mashing it… 

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Got my Shawarma Fix at Tri-Mo Shawarma Co.

Beef Shawarma at Tri-Mo Shawarma

Whew! Sorry for being MIA for almost a week, you guys. My hormones have been haywire lately and then there was typhoon Glenda. I didn’t have internet access for a week and electricity was on and off for two days. I have every intention of updating you with everything delicious that’s been happening to me… 

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Hello5 Vietnamese Coffee + a Giveaway!

Hello 5 Vietnamese Coffee

I love Vietnamese Coffee not only because of how rich and deep the flavor profiles of the coffees are. I love it because of how it is served. I find it fancy and cute. The contrasting color of the coffee and the condensed milk makes it elegant. The stainless coffee filter which looks like a… 

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LongSiLog (Longganisa, Sinangag at Itlog)

I think you’ll be seeing a lot of SiLog recipes on this blog from now on. There’s a tendency for me to favor easy-to-cook recipes for breakfast and lunch these days. I’m still not over  all the things that’s been “attacking” me lately. With SiLog meals all I have to do is change the viand… 

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Hot Tuna Cheese Sandwich

Hot Tuna Cheese Sandwich

I had an awesome cookbook which came in last month. It’s called Healthy Cooking for Happy Kids and this Hot Tuna Cheese Sandwich came from that cookbook. Healthy Cooking for Happy Kids is a cookbook authored by childhood best friends Katrina Ripoll and Lara Saunders. It’s a cookbook fro children but is aimed towards moms… 

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Filipino Bopis

When I was young, I was never fond of eating Bopis. Bopis is a spicy Filipino dish made from minced pork lungs and heart. As a child, the idea of eating pig’s internal organs didn’t appeal to me. It’s not that I don’t eat them, I do. I loved fried pork lungs — I just… 

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Vikings 4th of July

Vikings 4th of July Feast and New Birthday Promo

Thinking of a delicious way to celebrate the American Independence Day? Celebrate it with Vikings’4th of July feast! Last tuesday, I was among the first few who got to try these delectable dishes — where else but at Vikings SM North EDSA, the branch we frequent most! I cannot count how many times my family… 

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Pinac's Lengua Con Setas

Pinac, Heirloom Capampangan Cuisine

My father is Capampangan but because his family settled here in Manila at the age of seven, he doesn’t really know much about the dialect. He also doesn’t have a lot of history from the province. So I was really glad when I was invited to try out Pinác. Pinác  means swamp and they serve… 

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Grilled Pork Chops

Grilled Pork Chops

Before we talk about Grilled Pork Chops, let’s talk about coffee. I can see a lot of you love coffee too! — Thank you so much for joining my Owl Coffee Giveaway! For those who hasn’t joined yet, well, you still have four days. Hop on to the post below and join. It’s very easy… 

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Owl Coffee Giveaaway

Owl Coffee Giveaway!

A lot of people — ME included — cannot function well without drinking coffee first thing in the morning. I enjoy two cups of brew everyday. One cup when after I open my eyes in the morning and one cup at around 3 o’ clock in the afternoon. I’ve read somewhere that once you get… 

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Great Deals from Corelle This June

Grab these exciting GREAT DEALS that will make you glow like young, blushing brides this marrying month of June! If you love white, make a vow to serve healthy, beautiful meals in  this sleek and pristine white design that is Corelle Winter Frost White. It is specially made and guaranteed to showcase your culinary artwork. Not… 

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Buy Your Next Wine Online

People who buy wine online from Jim’s Cellars and other wineries, can find the most amazing wines of the year without leaving the house. The wine industry has become so big that people do not even have to venture to the store to get the wines they are looking for. Also, there are many times… 

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Pambatang Solmux

Pambatang Solmux is the “Best Tandem” for Moms

During the rainy season,  I already expect Ykaie to get cold and coughs with phlegm anytime. This kind of sickness can’t be avoided no matter how much we try. My heart breaks whenever Ykaie gets sick specially when she gets infected with coughs and cold. Hearing her cough frequently and having a hard time taking… 

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Kabigting's Halo-Halo

Kabigting’s Halo-Halo

I’ve been hearing and reading a lot about Kabigting’s Halo-Halo for quite sometime now and I know that their store is located somewhere in Banawe Avenue. But for some reason, I couldn’t seem to make myself go there. For me, going to an area I don’t frequent or regularly go is just not a thing,… 

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Johnson’s Baby Builds a Playground at Sagkahan Elementary School, Tacloban

Johnson’s Baby Builds a Playground at Sagkahan Elementary School, Tacloban

We already know that there is more to play than just having fun. Play is one of the many factors that molds a child into what he or she is, going to be when she grows up. It teaches balance, strategy, analogy, concentration, coordination, and teamwork. And because of this,  I’ve always been inspired by… 

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Steamed Tatampal (Mantis Shrimp)

Steamed Tatampal (Mantis Shrimp)

Hurrah! Something homecooked!! I’m starting to think I’m not gonna be able to prepare something new at home anymore. Ever since peanutbutter♥ came home last thursday, we’ve mostly been eating out and cooking those familiar dishes that he missed when he was in Dubai. I’ve been adjusting a lot because Ykaie is also going to… 

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Malabon Food Tour Part 4: Ozen, Lady Jeunet’s Steak House, and More…

We just arrived at the last part of our Malabon Food Tour. I had to divide it into parts because the food is just too good not to share! Ozen Takoyaki I didn’t know there’s a Takoyaki Ball place in Malabon before the food tour. Now that I do, I think this is one that… 

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