This site has moved. To view the full entry, please click here: The How-to of a Mojito
Of Cuban origin, a mojito is one of the most popular drinks that people order whenever they go to bars. It’s also a perfect summer pick because of the touch of lime that’s just very refreshing.
This site has moved. To view the full entry, please click here: Manila’s Coolest Cars – The 2010 Manila Auto Salon
While I can’t say that I know a lot about cars, I do get a kick out of seeing really nicely set-up ones. Plus, I’ve recently discovered that I like the thrill of speed. And what good are roads if you can’t even spy some drool-worthy vehicles every once in a while?
This site has moved. To view the full entry, please click here: A “Trio” of Flavors
When it comes to trying out new places, it doesn’t always have to be a newly-opened restaurant. It just has to be a discovery for you…which is what Trio was for me when I finally got to try it.
Trio offers you the dining experience of either a bistro, a pizzeria, or a wine bar. And, being the pizza-lover that I am, you can easily guess what I picked. They offer several items on the menu in threes like crostinis, brushcettas, and salads.
This site has moved. To view the full entry, please click here: The How-to of an Amaretto Sour
Amaretto sour is actually a simple drink to make. The ingredients are all available in your nearest grocery. For the equipment, apart from the shaker, you can improvise on the others.
This site has moved. To view the full entry, please click here: Interesting Signs and Sightings – Binondo
Manila, specifically Binondo, just has this unique character to it. Here’s a glimpse of some things we saw on two occasions.
A dragon dance we chased down the street (was a gimmick of a political candidate)
This site has moved. To view the full entry, please click here: Johanna’s Grille – Batangas’ Baby Back Ribs
We all know that when it comes to the food business, if you don’t get the food right the first time, you’re basically setting yourself up for ruin. On the flip-side, if you hit gold with a recipe and let a customer base know about it soon enough, you can definitely make it. And last.
This site has moved. To view the full entry, please click here: Buon Giorno – A Good Day Starts With a Good Breakfast
Breakfast sets the tone for the entire day. Rush it and you might find yourself rushing the entire day. Give enough time to appreciate the meal and you could fuel yourself into dealing with the rest of the day in a more level-headed and systematic, but relaxed pace.
The drive to Tagaytay on a Sunday set-up the anticipation for something warm, hearty, and preferably light to jumpstart our stomachs. Traffic was light and the weather was just pleasant that day.
The choice to go to Buon Giorno was perfect.