With the hope of bringing together different religions and beliefs through good food, Hijo Estate Resort‘s The Spot in Tagum City now prides itself as one of the newest Halal certified restaurants in the Davao Region.
The Spot recently introduced their newest Halal menu that offers locally sourced, yet globally inspired cuisines from the indigenous people of theRead More »
Christmas is just right under our noses and I couldn’t be happier. There is nothing more heartwarming than the sound of cheers from family reunions and Christmas gatherings. I feel like everyone is generally happy during this time of the year, and that alone is good enough reason to celebrate with an open heart.
Speaking of Christmas gathering, I recently attended the The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf’s 2015 Holiday Launch at SM Lanang Premier. It was a mini bloggers reunion of some sort as the place was jam packed with Davao bloggers as well as some of our friends from the media.
We had a lovely time catching up over brunch while CBTL introduced their 2015 Holiday menu and the Giving Journal 2016. We also had a basic watercolor lettering workshop conducted by April San Pedro (read about it here).
2015 Holiday Menu
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One of the best things about working from home is, you get to do other stuff on the side such as cooking.
One of the worst things about working from home is, you need to do other stuff on the side such as cooking.
It’s so easy to binge eat when you’re working at home, especially when your fridge is newly restocked with
junk groceries. I used to just eat anything my hands could grab because I am too lazy to turn on the stove. But things are different now. I’ve stopped eating crap for lunch and started whipping up healthy meals in the kitchen during my lunch break.
One of my favorite things to cook is this Easy Penne Carbonara. It’s delicious and doesn’t really take a lot of time to prepare. Now, there are different takes on Carbonara out there but this is just my own spin on it. That’s the real beauty of cooking – you can tailor it according to your wants and needs. Read More »
Airplane food has gotten a bad rap in the past due to its bland taste and below standard food preparation. Seasoned travelers, especially those who jet set on long haul flights, consider the plane ride a journey on its own, and therefore wish for decent meals to be served 35,000 feet in the sky to complete the experience. Air Asia truly had this in mind when they started to offer in-flight hot meals.
Two weeks ago, I was on- board an Air Asia flight bound to Cebu to attend the airline’s Eat Fly Blog event. Bloggers and Media Practitioners from Davao and Cagayan de Oro were flown to Cebu for an afternoon of fun and a whole lot of Air Asia Hot Meals. Read More »