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Food Citations | January 21, 2018

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These Japan Popsicles Don’t Easily Melt

August 11, 2017 |

It will never be fun hanging outside with your friends during rainy days. We don’t want going home wet, looking like a soggy knight after braving the flood.

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Food Find: Dutchmill’s Delight, The Cheaper Way To Make Your Tummy Better

August 4, 2017 |

As much as possible, we wanted our children – in my case, my nieces – to stay indoors so they won’t be exposed to those things that our eyes can and can’t see. However, it shouldn’t be that way. We should let them be exposed to the bad so they will be protected.

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Food Find: Snake Fruit

October 1, 2014 |

My mother use to tell me that during the early stages of her pregnancy for me, she use to look for Green Mangoes on Sticks. She recalled that she can chow down 10 mangoes on sticks in one sitting.

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Food Find: Roasted Hazel Nut Coffee from Malaysia

September 19, 2014 |

Being home base will also bring some disadvantages (Talking about food and watching weight here). I am just walks away from street foods as there are some neighbors of mine who use to sell them as part of their ways of earnings. I am also near sari-sari stores where fattening foods and drinks are near — one best example is instant coffee.

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90’s Cheap Thrill: Peter’s Butter Balls

August 22, 2014 | | One Comment

Tumbang Preso, Piko, Mataya-taya and Patintero are some of the games that makes our lives – the 90’s babies – very rich.

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Food Find: Different Flavors of Yakult from Singapore

July 23, 2014 |

Yakult is one of those drinks that is a favorite of Filipinos, regardless of age, gender and walks of life.

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Marang – The Pulpy Jackfruit Like Fruit

June 28, 2014 | | 2 Comments

I’ve been into making dishes, reviewing human-made products and restaurants. But, never have reviewed those made by mother nature like fruits and vegetables.

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Bizarre Food: Sea Urchin

June 12, 2014 |

For our yearly out-of-town bonding, me and my siblings decided to spend it in Magalawa Islands in Palauig, Zambales.

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Biscoff Cookie Spread Review – The Spread and Cookies in One

June 3, 2014 |


I believe in the saying “Men are Rice, Women are Sandwich,” idiomatically and literally. Women are softer, but harder to make while men are harder, but easier to cook. And since I belong to a group composed of both men … Read More

Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle Review

May 8, 2014 |

One thing I’ve proven, if you wanted for quality pay price. The desktop computer my sister brought us way back 2008 was worth P35,000.00. But, until now we are still using it and have only changed the hard disk. Same as to my shirts, the Divisoria-bought outfits are now used as “pambahay” or my house clothes while those branded with hundreds to thousands price still look good.

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Tinubong – The Great Kakanin in Bamboo from Ilocos

April 16, 2014 | | 2 Comments

Here in the Philippines, rice cake is a general term used for a sweet delicacy made of rice. If you’ll look for rice cake we can come out with thousands of them. The products only differ from taste, texture, color, sizes, packaging and smell. Generally, they are called rice cakes.

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Choco Mallows: My Kiddie Prized Treat

March 28, 2014 |

The chocolate-coated marsh mallow is actually a world-wide treat. The size, shapes, and packaging varies from one territory to another. Countries like Denmark and United Kingdom considered this as one of their “national confection.”

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Ricoa Flat Tops – The slightly expensive kiddie thrills

December 27, 2013 | | 2 Comments

I never met a kid who hates sweet things. If one of them existed, I will invite them to my house and have some vegetable salad and paella. Just kidding! Anyway, sweet tooth among children is perfectly normal. Why? It is because they have more than 10,000 taste buds with majority are sensitive to sweetness. Also, there are findings that children, specially those who are breastfed, are getting used to the sweetness of the milk on a way that they looked for it until their toddler years. Cool, right?!

This same goes with my childhood. I am one of those kids who always crave for sugary bites. However, being the one with little money, I can only munch on those very cheap sweets.

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