Thursday, December 22, 2016

Relax, Eat, and Enjoy a Cup of Coffee At Cuddle Cup Cafe


Mornings are never complete without coffee.

Grab a cup on the way to wherever I will be going, brew something at home, or simply visit my fave coffee shop and enjoy a sip or two while people watch are just some of the things I am sure I will not get tired of doing over and over again. Why? Because no matter where or how, drinking coffee is a way of life for me now (Honestly, I do not remember when this addiction of coffee even started. Hehe).


When my family moved back to the South late this year, we sure are missing a lot of coffee shops we frequented in Pampanga. Good thing there’s a new cafe in town that was able to capture our taste and serves excellent pesto pasta, not to mention that this is located just few minutes away from home – Cuddle Cup Cafe. 

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Make Your Culinary Dream a Reality at Global Culinary & Hospitality Academy


It’s been a while.

How are you? Hope you’re all doing okay.

It has been months since I last posted something on the blog. I know lines like “I am busy” was used, most of the time, by people who’ve been M.I.A. Me? Well, let’s just say that I’ve enjoyed the life of being offline. Less drama, more quality time with the people who matter most, my family.

Speaking of family, mine loves to eat. We like to try new dishes or do food trip especially when going out-of-town. When we’re at home, I make sure to serve their favorite viands. The only challenge for me though, is that I am not quite knowledgeable in preparing desserts. I would normally end up buying cakes and ice cream in nearby store. Since my husband and daughter both have sweet tooth, I would really want to know how to make yummy treats from scratch.

Now, can you imagine my excitement when I received an invite to take a short pastry course at Global Culinary and Hospitality Academy? Hihi!

Friday, August 19, 2016

Blue Posts Boiling Crabs and Shrimps

Davao is home to the Philippine eagle, mangosteen, and durian. But since 2013, it has also become the home base of Blue Posts Boiling Crabs and Shrimps considered as one of the best homegrown casual-dining restaurants in Davao.

Diners come in droves to Blue Posts Boiling Crabs and Shrimps for its unconventional and informal dining style and an interior inspired by the look and feel of a fisherman’s wharf.  A fisherman’s wharf is the place where fisherfolks converge and one of the most famous examples of this is the fishereman’s wharf in San Francisco, California which has been redeveloped into a tourist attraction.

Hansel and Gretel

Last week, my family and I were invited to watch Hansel and Gretel, a recent production of Repertory Philippines. My daughter’s face lit up whenever the actors, especially the kids, sing. At some parts of the play, they even let the audience participate.

When you go to see a Repertory Theater for Young Audiences (RTYA) offering, you are treated to whimsically enchanting costumes, an enjoyable story with value-added life lessons, exuberant music, entrancing sets and lights, enthusiastic performances by excellent actors and an all-around entertaining time! The actors and audiences have so much fun that everything is made to look so simple… so easy.

It is not!

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