Since we were at Sagada, we wanted to learn one of the oldest practices (vices) of the locals: betel nut chewing, locally known as, nganga.
Food tripping with my friends led to an encounter with Pampanga’s famous food historian and cook, Atching Lilian Borromeo, and her famous San Nicolas cookies.
No, it’s not tear-jerkingly spicy. It’s your everyday congee but it somehow manages to make me cry.
Guided by your comments from my previous blog post, Where to Get Your Milk Tea Fix, here are some of the new milk tea shops I’ve discovered during my milk tea hunting spree.
Sometimes, all I want to do is go back to preschool, back to those nostalgic baon days!
Are you a hardcore meat eater? Then you should definitely visit Fish & Co. Say what? Fish & Co? Well, you’re in for a meaty surprise with Fish & Co’s Plates of the Caribbean!
I don’t like crowding in on fads or “trends” but I have to admit, I am a big milk tea addict!
Let a French chef show you how a Bouillabaisse is done. First of all, I’m really sorry we haven’t moved on to the Mediterranean in our Around the World with Food Series. But since we’re still in France, I’ll let you in on the Bouillabaisee cooking demo by French Chef Marc Chalopin of Enderun. When [...]
I confess, I have a fanatic love for anything salmon. Raw, grilled, steamed, baked – I absolutely adore them all!
It’s like oral exams all over again! Except I’m talking about food and leadership rather than Theology and Philosophy. I’m off to Baguio later for my birthday weekend celebration! But before I head out, let me share with you my experience in giving talks in De La Salle University and Miriam College High School. [...]