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Restaurant Discovery: Zarzuela by Sale. Food. Trips. Reviews. on Apr 1, 2013The intense summer heat is getting crazier and crazier to the point that we just hibernated the whole Holy Week. No wonder my sister's getting whiter... uh, paler. Well, you get my point. But come Easter, we decided to go out and our eyes had a hard...



Sago at Gulaman by Filipino Style Recipe on Feb 16, 2013Filipino Style Recipe: sago at gulaman is a popular refreshing beverage and usually served during summer season. This refreshing drinks is made of tapioca pearls(sago), gelatin(gulaman), sugar syrup and crushed ice. Estimated time of preparation: 10-...



Pinoy's Salad: Gulaman or Seaweed by Before Six Diet on Nov 24, 2012By GERLIE M. UY 1/2 kilo seaweedhot boiling water6 medium tomatoes3 red/white onionsgrated green mangoboiled egg/salted egg (optional)vinegarsaltpepperIn a steel bowl, place the seaweed. Add boiling water until the color turns from greenish to brown...



Gulaman with Pineapples and Raisins by FOODIPINO on Sep 19, 2012Gulaman is a type of jelly dessert made out of agar; it is then flavoured with milk, pineapple juice, pineapples... Continue reading »...



Sentro 1771 ♥ by Orange Mocha Frapuccino! on Aug 3, 2012Dinner/Meeting/Chikahan with orgmates. Warm utensils and plates ♥ I only know Sentro 1771 as the...



Balik-Tanaw: Dahil Tag-Init Pa Rin, Balikan Natin ang Malamig na Pinagsimulan ng ZAGU by Definitely Filipino on May 20, 2012Nagamit ko na dati ang salitang “alamat” sa isa sa mga titles ng mga urban legends sa “Manananggal ng Lakas”. Gagamitin ko ulit ito dahil may “K” naman ang nagpauso ng sosyal na shake sa Pilipinas noong Dekada NoBenta. Noong nasa grade sc...



Cathedral Window a.k.a. Christmas Jello by FOODIPINO on Feb 15, 2012Though not Filipino in origin, Cathedral Window has always been part of all our family gatherings, as far back as I can remember. It was my favorite dessert when I was growing up. It's so colorful and yummy to eat so I guess all kids love it. The nam...



Daytripping Teresa, Rizal by Eating Halfway on Jan 27, 2012It was just a day trip yet a very meaningful one. One you wish could be done more often, another place very near the city. Merely 32 kilometers away from the city of Manila by land transportation, Teresa, Rizal envisions itself to be a progress...



IT'S COMPLICATED by toplatsi on Sep 6, 2011Naisip ko dati na ang planking ay kagaguhan (stupidity). Sa huli, I joined the bandwagon. Kapag bumibili ako ng aking favorite na Coffee Jelly Frappe ng Starbucks, lagi akong nakakaramdam ng kiliti at pinaplano na kung paano sisimutin ang mga mat...



Singing for Chicken by on Aug 29, 2011It seems that Hainanese Chicken is becoming more and more popular in Manila. Almost all malls have at least one restaurant offering this dish and Shangri-la is not an exemption. Sing Hainanese Chicken restaurant is one of the newest restaurants in Sh...