We all know that here in the Philippines, we don’t settle with just three meals a day. For growing kids and deadline-pressured adults, a light bite has become a must to sustain the energy all through the rest of the day. Sadly, with the growing number of cafés and food house offering foreign-inspired drinks and snacks, much of our classic Pinoy merienda have slowly taken the sidelines. But our food is a reflection of our culture, our identity. Hence, the Merienda Makeover Challenge event organized in Casa Gorordo. … More Merienda Makeover – How to revamp your usual Pinoy snacks
Traveling has brought me to greater heights – both literally and figuratively. But if there’s one thing that didn’t change all through the years of being in constant motion, it’s the fact that the fear of being alone and the unknown has never been totally dismissed. Growing up with stories of aswang and kapre and … More Zombie Apocalypse in Pasil: A Historical Adventure
I don’t eat vegetables. Oh well, I do eat squash, ampalaya (with lots of eggs), and malunggay, but I don’t eat vegetables in general. Don’t judge me. I tried, but the system just won’t accept the smell and taste. I did my best, but I guess my best wasn’t good enough. This is the reason … More Homemade Samgeopsal for Vegetable-haters like me!
“Taste your way around the Philippines.” The Philippines takes pride of its natural resources, making it one of the most visited countries for tours and vacation. Aside from filling the tourists’ and adventurers’ eyes with the beauty of the place, it is also but fitting to fill, as well, the stomach of every thrill-seeking adventurers. … More TRAVEL AND EAT: PALAWAN AND ILOCOS VERSION