Today is Roch’s mom Day! I told my mom that I’ll take her to her favorite restaurant, Sonya’s Garden. I discovered Sonya’s Garden Restaurant from my mom decades ago. Since she loves Sonya’s Garden’s food and ambience very very very much, I learned to love the restaurant too! I actually even stayed at Sonya’s Garden Bed […]
There is only one game that I can say is the best game in the whole wide world and that is…. World of Warcraft! I started playing way way back early 2000 but I somehow couldn’t sustain it. I would play for 2 months and then stop for 6 months. Then, I would go back to playing […]
Good news for everyone! There is an ongoing sale of selected Tefal small domestic electrical appliances in the market. The Tefal sale started last May 10 and will continue until May 31. That’s 20% off of Tefal small domestic appliances. That’s a huge discount considering the value of each appliance!
Today, I wanted to try something different. I’ve eaten tinola so many times but I haven’t tried eating tinola with milk. So for the recipe I’m sharing with you today, it’s White Tinola.
Last night, the family went out for dinner. Upon walking around SM Megamall, we chose to try Fireside by Kettle. I remember that we tried their buttermilk chicken fingers once in their Rockwell branch and we were satisfied with the taste. With that memory, we pushed ahead. Good thing, there wasn’t a line and it […]
I love food with shrimp paste. But I’m a little bit picky with the brand of shrimp paste that I eat. My only choice is the Barrio Fiesta brand. Which is why I’ve cooked the Binagoongang Baboy recipe I’m sharing with you now using the product. I love a little seafood-y taste on my pork 😉
I’m getting my cooking groove back. Since I started with the pork adobo during lunch today, I tried my hand with a soup recipe. For dinner, I prepared Nilagang Pata. This is another Filipino dish and I’m not yet done cooking more Filipino dishes.
I missed cooking! I said to myself that I will try to cook at least once a week. For today, I’m sharing here what people usually call the national dish of the Philippines, the Adobo.