Tag: food

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SureSlim PISO Program

Now that it’s 2014 let’s continue the hype of the first quarter by committing to be healthy throughout the year. I know we cannot do it all by ourselves that is why a lot of facilities now offer services that will help us achieve our goals. I too already started …
Food & Places

Le bf’s recent Hong Kong Trip

I was browsing my folders and I found some photos from my boyfriend who recently went to Hong Kong for a training. I forgot to ask him about the story behind every photos but still I feel like posting them. LOL The giant rubber ducky in Victoria Harbor. I wonder …
Food & Places Restaurants

I love SPAM!

No no no no, this is not the annoying comments and emails that we receive. It’s the meat loaf/luncheon meat found in the supermarkets. I know canned goods are not healthy but I can’t help myself to have spam from time to time. I remember that this is only available …
Food & Places Recipes

Christmas and New Year Food Feast!

I am claiming that I am self taught cook. I had back ache cooking for the family last Christmas and New Year. As far as I remember I started cooking when I was 10 years old and since then I am their cook. A MUST have characteristic of a lady …
Food & Places Restaurants

Lunch Meeting: Italiannis

  Last Friday I went to Makati to meet the bosses. We were supposed to head to SMX for the contract signing but they saw some discrepancy so we rescheduled it. We discussed other details instead. My bosses work for food. We arrived late around 11:45 am after some introduction …
Food & Places

Boracay 2012: Food Trip Part III (D’Talipapa)

Hooray for the last part of my food escapade in Boracay. I know it’s overdue my day job and the internet is a little demanding. For our last night, we went to D’Talipapa to buy pasalubong and eat dinner as well. The place is an actual market then you will …
Food & Places

Boracay 2012: Food Trip II (928 Café & Grill)

The nearest food establishment in the Inn we stayed. They serve breakfast like Tapsilog (Tapa-sinangag-itlog) and other SILOG meals. They also have sandwiches and pastas. Here’s the TAPSILOG. Sinangag is Fried Rice, Itlog is Egg, I don’t know what Tapa is in English but most likely it’s a marinated sirloin/tenderloin …