Archive for December, 2009

The Patay Gutom key chains are finally here!

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

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Yehey! The Patay Gutom Key chains are finally here! WohooOoo! Yes! Asteeegggg!!! A lot can’t believe and a lot were asking repeatedly that if this is for real. Yes guys, it’s real, it’s very real! I can even hold it with my bare hands! Woooot!
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Pre-Order a Santa’s Wish Cake at Red Ribbon

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009


Red Ribbon just launched their 2009 holiday cake for this Christmas season called the Santa’s Wish cake. The moist rhumbutter cake with creamy caramel filling and covered in smooth soft icing was inspired by the two most-loved icons of Christmas- Santa Claus and the Christmas Tree. (more…)

The Diner

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009
Diner at 1347 M. Adriatico Street, Malate, Manila, beside Barrio Fiesta. And you can reach them thru: 521 2716, 521 7884,and 400 9452.

Diner at 1347 M. Adriatico Street, Malate, Manila, beside Barrio Fiesta. And you can reach them thru: 521 2716, 521 7884,and 400 9452.

Okay, here’s the resto where the first two post are prepared, Diner at 1347 M. Adriatico Street, Malate, Manila, beside Barrio Fiesta. And you can reach them thru: 521 2716, 521 7884,and 400 9452.

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A Carnation-filled Lunch at Escuela Pia

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

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Joining the Carnation Family Foodtrip was like going on a field trip. I was able to go at different sites in Taal town and I did have a Carnation-filled lunch at Escuela Pia, a Batangas Heritage site. (more…)

Pancakes at Diner

Saturday, December 5th, 2009
Pancake Drama: Classic pancakes with fruit and served with mapple butter. PhP116.00
Pancake Drama: Classic pancakes with fruit and served with mapple butter. PhP116.00

These pancakes are obviously American inspired, (well, most of pancakes in the Philippines are liked these) the most common we can see in the market, where number of food processing companies offer quick or ready mix, one-step cooking and the most common breakfast aside from the local Pan de Sal.
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