I’ve been passing by The Cafe Mediterranean in SM Mall of Asia and SM North EDSA for the longest time. I always tell myself that I’ll eat there next time. Finally I got to eat there one fine day in February.
Ivan and I don’t really celebrate Valentine’s Day since we both think that it’s just an ordinary day. So we don’t give each other gifts during Valentine’s Day. I was quite surprised when he gave me a box of chocolate chip cookies from Signature Sweets by Mon & Pao.
It’s been a while since I last posted a Tea Time Tuesdays post so I decided to review the current addition to my tea stash, the Yogi Peach Detox.
When our barkada decided to have a catch-up dinner, I suggested that we eat in Banawe instead of in SM North EDSA or Trinoma. I wanted to eat somewhere wherein there wouldn’t be long wait times for us to be seated. One of my friends suggested we eat at the budget friendly Bugis since some of us are still recovering from our Thailand-Cambodia-Vietnam trip.
On February 18, 2014, GMA Network held a Del Monte Kitchenomics Bloggers Conference to launch the new season of Del Monte Kitchenomics. I’ve never been invited to a blogger event before so when Felyne Siao, one of GMA Network’s Social Media Specialists, contacted me last Friday I said yes.
As much as I’d like to eat anything without counting calories (not that I’m counting calories,) I know that I’m not getting any younger anymore. So I’ve started eating healthy again.
The first time I heard about Snack Shack (I actually read about them) was through Spot’s Top 10 Everything Food Lists 2014. Snack Shack is featured in Spot’s book as the top in “Top 10 Burgers under P100.”
Whenever I’m in a foreign place (be it a foreign country or a province in the Philippines,) I try to look for that place’s local delicacy for me to take home. There are two reasons why I buy snacks from a foreign place: 1) foods or snacks are good souvenirs for your loved ones since they’ll also have a taste of that place just by bringing them a place’s local delicacy; 2) I usually have travel hangovers which could be eased by eating a local delicacy of where I’ve been to.