It’s been a year of using #Nutri10Plus but it still amazes me even up to now! In my very first review of Nutri10 Plus, I made it a daily part of my kids’ diet and the results are surprising!
I recreated one famous snack from the 90’s. Can you recognize what this is?
When I work in the kitchen, I see to it that my time is never wasted. That’s why I got myself a peeler and slicer tool from Goods.Ph to save time in peeling and slicing my ingredients whenever I cook or bake.
If you’re a mom and you chanced upon this post, would you remember what your mom used to tell you back when you’re still single about cooking and motherhood?
Pita or Pitta Bread is a soft, slightly, leavened flatbread which originated in Mesopotamia around 2500 B.C. It is known as Arabic, Lebanese, or Syrian bread. Most Pita Breads are cooked at high temperature causing the flattened dough to puff up.
I was invited at the Makati Shangri-La last July 15 for a dinner event set to introduce to the Philippine audience the newest lifestyle show on the Asian Food Channel entitled, “Inspired with Anna Olson”, hosted by the Canadian pastry chef and my favorite, Anna Olson.
It’s always a challenge for me to make only the most delicious and healthiest school snacks or “baon” for my kids. I see to it that their food is not just nutritious but appetizing as well!
Good news, dear friends! The new and improved Robinsons Malls VIP Card is now here with more perks and benefits!
I grew up in one, if not the only, area in Manila that never sleeps, and that is Tondo! 🙂 Almost everyone in Tondo loves to eat! Maybe, that explains why there’s always a food cart, carinderia, store, or food stall in every corner of my hometown.
If you’re a loyal seafood lover or just want to try seafood recipes with a twist, then better come by at The Shrimp Shack at Robinsons Place Antipolo!