Nestle All-Purpose Cream Elevates Classic Recipes with #CreateWithCream


I have not been writing lately about food I’ve created in our kitchen, but that doesn’t mean I have stopped cooking altogether.  It’s just that I’ve limited my cooking to those I know by heart already (most of them have been featured in the blog) so I wouldn’t have to write down the ingredients or cooking steps again. One recipe that never disappoints regardless of the many ... READ MORE

Exploring Dumaguete, the DIY Way (Day 2)

It's a beautiful volcanic island from afar.

We went on a day trip to Apo Island on the second day of our stay in Dumaguete. About Apo Island: Apo Island is a volcanic island covering 12 hectares in land area, 7 kilometers off the southeastern tip of Negros Island and 30 kilometers south of the Negros Oriental capital of Dumaguete City in the Philippines. The name “Apo” was derived from the a Filipino word which ... READ MORE

The Good Stuff #6


It's been a while since I last wrote about food, and it's not because I have ran out of food discoveries to share.  I guess I got too comfortable instagramming my food and sharing it real time, instead of making an effort to write about it in the blog. And because I'm not creative at all when it comes to captioning my Instagram photos, I would leave out a lot of details that ... READ MORE

Food Post: The Food Club


I love trying out buffet restaurants, so when my Ninang Caro invited me, AJ and my cousin Mae to have dinner at The Food Club last month (to celebrate her birthday), we said yes right away! The Food Club is located at Blue Bay Walk in Macapagal Boulevard which, by the way, is fast becoming our foodie mecca because of the many new restaurants lined up there.  We always look ... READ MORE

Food Post: Rekados Cafe & Restorante


Cruising along Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Highway, you will find rows and rows of tarpaulin ads for Rekado Cafe and Restorante - the newest restaurant to open in Tagaytay.  The tarpaulins showed pictures of their select menu - which is a fusion of Filipino, Spanish and Italian dishes.  It was these tarpaulins that convinced me and AJ to take our lunch stop there, when we went to ... READ MORE

Food Post: Franco’s at Rockwell Powerplant


AJ and I are big fans of Myron's Steak. We preferred dining at their Rockwell Branch (over the one at Greenbelt) because of its cozy ambiance and formal look that made it perfect for dinner dates.   We had planned on having dinner there sometime in October last year (because I miss their Chicken Inasal already!) when I remembered that a new restaurant has replaced Myron's na ... READ MORE