Sweet Peanut Candy of Batangas

December 2nd, 2009

Sweet Peanut Candy of Batangas by Maki Eduardo

One of the local delicacies in Batangas is the Sweet Peanut Candy. It’s simply composed of caramelized sugar and nuts molded into the sizes of saucers. I was privileged enough to join the Carnation Family Foodtrip and see how this Filipino candy was made. Read the rest of this entry »

Spicy Crabs and Chili Prawns at Temple Street, Hong Kong

November 23rd, 2009

Tong Tai Seafood Restaurant HongKong by Maki Eduardo

Now I’m finally posting something I can’t forget during our night at Temple Street in HongKong. ^_^ One of the things that people should really do in Temple Street is to dine at this famous seafood restaurant called Tong Tai.
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Happy Creme Puffs in Makati

November 21st, 2009


I first learned about Happy Cream Puffs when my Japanese teacher gave us these custard-filled buns during her birthday last month. At that very instant, I fell in love with this heaven-filled bun. “Krispy Kreme is definitely out of my list”, I thought to my self.

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This Panciteria packs in the goodness

November 19th, 2009
San Jacinto Panciteria

San Jacinto Panciteria

Across the street from SM Hypermart on E. Roriguez Jr. Ave. (C5), amidst a collection of small restaurants, a bakery shop and an archery is a place called Panciteria San Jacinto. Don’t be fooled by the simple name – this uber restaurant packs in the goodness – you will leave with a stomach packed full with great food and a smile on your face because of their awesome service.

“Panciteria San Jacinto invites you to rediscover the classic Cantonese taste of Binondo in a relaxing country-style restaurant.”

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November 19th, 2009

Times have really changed.


Imagine back then, cereals were just part of breakfast together with a good serving of cold milk and a teaspoon of sugar. Back then, the only choices that we have were corn flakes, chocolate pops, rice krispies and fruit loops. Today we have whole grain cereals, honey or sugar coated flakes and a lot more! Read the rest of this entry »