Pancit Cabagan and G&B Buko Pie

June 8th, 2011


I was browsing my Flickr account earlier today looking for some pictures I uploaded from my old buddy Kodak’s memory card. I was able to look at about 100+ photos I took from my backpacking trip in Nueva Vizcaya last 2008. And hey, I was surprised to see these 3 photos that made my travel in Vizcaya memorable.
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Bakit Ang Sarap ng Ice Scramble?

March 22nd, 2011


It’s going to be summer soon. Actually it’s already summer, but it’s still raining… so I’m saying it’s going to summer soon. Hehe. But anyway, one of the best ways to beat the summer heat is by drinking the Pinoy Ice Scramble!
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Sushi Pizza Maki @ Tempura Japanese Grill

November 30th, 2010


Last weekend, me and a couple of friends decided to eat at Tempura Japanese Grill in Robinson’s Place Midtown. And by ‘a couple of friends’, I meant they’re really a couple. 3rd wheel yet again. Yay for me. Good thing there’s some Japanese food to keep me company.
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Big Daddy’s Chicken: The REAL Sulit Chicken Meal!

November 9th, 2010

When you say ‘sulit meals’ in the Philippines, the usual serving is one cup of rice, two tablespoons of the viand and a side dish. This is in the Philippine setting, which is not really sulit at all. In reality, it is madaya LOL

Big Daddy's Chicken Meals

A few weeks ago, Bong and Yuri invited a few bloggers to check out Big Daddy’s Chicken. The name of the place actually sounded familiar. Later on, i found out that they have a branch in Theater Mall Greenhills. I arrived late that’s why I missed the fun game part. I am not late for the dinner part though
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Cofifi Cafe’s Brownie ala Mode

August 3rd, 2010


I’ve been cafe-hopping around in Cebu and most of the Cafe’s, I realized are too, well, uniformed. For example if you go to Starbucks, you can sense it’s the usual Starbucks and then when you go to another you associate with the “usual” word. Few weeks ago I decided to go to something new and out of the usual.
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