Kadayawan Festival is that one week in a year where Davao City celebrates its rich culture and bountiful harvest through street dances and food indulgence. The global pandemic may have put a temporary stop to all the festivities, but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate at home, can we?
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When it comes to homegrown brands, you can never go wrong with Lachi’s Sans Rival Atbp. My top favorites are the Asian Spicy Chicken, Unforgettable Grilled Pork Ribs, and Laing. For desserts, I highly recommend their Classic Sans Rival, Cheesecakes, and my favorite Creme Brulee.
As for my other recommendations, I always order Pancit Luglug and Egg Pie from Cecil’s Snack Inn & Bakeshoppe , Chicken Inato from Penong’s , Wow Bopis and Sisig from Wow Lechon, and my favorite ice cream flavors, Coffee Crumble and Strawberries ‘N Creme, from Selecta.
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I love drinking hot chocolate, especially in the morning. In fact, most of the time, I prefer having chocolate over coffee. Nothing makes my day than a cup of thick, rich, and bittersweet hot choco. I’m happy to share with you that I have found a new favorite!
Xocolate is owned by the Federation of Cooperatives in Mindanao or FEDCO. The name is derived from the Nahuatl word “xocolatl” (pronounced [ ʃoˈkolaːtɬ]) made up from the words “xococ” meaning sour or bitter, and “atl” meaning water or drink.
The first cacao product released by FEDCO was the 100% unsweetened chocolate tablets or known to us Filipinos as tablea used for hot chocolate drink. Read More »
I grew up with a mom who loves to bake. When I was still a kid, she would always bake me a chocolate cake covered with colorful sugar icing for my birthday. As I grew older, I eventually sparked the same passion and I am now whipping up experimental baked goodies in my own kitchen. It comes without saying that baking has been one of those things I enjoy doing. That’s why when the Philippine Baking InstituteDavao invited some bloggers for a 1-day bread and pastry workshop, I did not hesitate to join.
During the lecture part of the workshop, we learned about the science behind bread and pastry making. It’s amazing how much science goes into making breads. Although for the most part, the lecture sounded too technical for most of us, I actually taught it was Read More »
The Davao food scene has been abuzz these past few months as several restaurants and coffee shops recently opened in the first half of 2016.
One of the newest dessert places and dining destinations in the city is Cuppycakes Boulangerie + Bistro. This quaint but cozy bistro place offers a variety of burgers and sandwiches, pasta, rice meals, and of course, desserts!
A few weeks ago, they invited some bloggers to try out some of their best-sellers and I was happy enough to oblige (because food is bae).
Have a look at the gastronomic feast they had prepared for us: