To fellow foodtrippers, happy new year! Hope that you had a wonderful feast while waiting for 2010 to come. I will be sharing the recipes of the dishes I cooked a few hours ago. They are Asohos Strips with Soy Vinaigrette, Korean Style Sotanghon (Chap Chee), Chicken Satay with Cucumber Salad, Banana Cream Pie and a simple Mojito concoction!
Mother’s Day for 2009 will be celebrated on May 10 and you may want to treat your Mom for an Apple Cheesecake at Krispy Kreme. 😀 The Apple Cheesecake doughnut contains apple filling and it is topped with cream cheese icing, a drizzle of caramel and a couple of slices of red or green apples. Continue reading “Krispy Kreme’s Mother’s Day Treat”
Hope you continue to share yummy recipes and foodie ideas to your readers!
There are some recipes that I featured here before such as the Braised Chicken with Pechay and Chinese Mushrooms in Hotpot and Stir Fried Noodles with Pork and Basil.
Thank you for the goodie bags!
We got invited to the press launch of Sweet Harmony Gardens in Taytay, Rizal. Sweet Harmony Gardens is a 1.5 hectare events place. It has a three-storey building with different banquet halls. It has seven amazing venues: Wonderful Spring Garden, Precious Greens Garden, Majestic Upper Room, Amazing Haven Above, Worship Garden, Blissful Barn House, and Courtyard Open Space. The photo above is called Wonderful Spring Garden. Continue reading “Sweet Harmony Gardens”
We were invited to dine in Portico and my oh my I was really delighted with joy because it’s been a long time since I’ve dined to any Chateau restaurant. The last time I was in a Chateau place was in Sidebar Cafe last year and the last time I was in Portico was way back in High School (it was in Malate then, right?).
For our appetizer, we decided to have the Baked Cheese Fondue. It was so good and the nicest thing about it is that the waiter would give you additional bread if you asked for it (and even though you don’t ask for it! 🙂 ). The fondue is made of melted Fontina and Mozzarella Cheese and topped with chorizo and green bell pepper. Another good thing also about this appetizer is that it doesn’t leave you with the “maumay” taste unlike other cheeses. Continue reading “Portico 1771”