I’m not big on desserts except for cheesecake and ice cream (I can never say no to any of these two) but every now and then, the occasional brownie gets me going so I looked for a recipe from my one and only Babish. Saw he had a brownie episode and tried his recipe! I […]Read More The Perfect Melty, Fudge Brownies | Recipe
Traveling the last 19 months, it’s a luxury to have my own kitchen to cook from. Hopping from hostel to hostel and couch to couch doesn’t always present you with this opportunity and when it does, sometimes the kitchens are either too basic or uninspiring. Ever had that experience where you consistently cook in one […]Read More Banana Bread | Recipe
Siargao to me is my home. I first lived in General Luna (GL) in 2015 and came back again this year but lived outside of GL. Things have been drastically different since then but the vibe still the same, you just need to know where to go. I was sad to see some places close […]Read More Where to Eat in Siargao
Hong Kong is a hot destination for a number of things like the fairs and festivals, the colorful nightlife, the food (internally screams for egg tarts), and of course the shopping. Hong Kong is also the gateway to East Asia. The city never sleeps and it’s constantly flourished with visitors. For Filipinos who travel out […]Read More The Perks of Staying at Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotels
Following my post on The road to Survivor Island, here are my thoughts on the whole trip: When I reached Caramoan, it was almost dark. I took a tricycle and drove to a cute little town called Paniman, where you take the boats for island hopping tours. It did not have pretty white sand beaches. […]Read More Caramoan Islands: Was it worth it?
A new restaurant is now open and is redefining “fast food”. The orders are quick and they’re a healthy option! SUBSCRIBE to my channel to see more of my videos! SALAD HYPE? Food hypes or fads often pop out left and right, and usually they’re not as appealing as they seem to be. Most sound […]Read More SaladStop! Cebu
Khana is one of Marco Polo Cebu‘s Coulinary Journeys, in line with the celebration of Diwali, the Festival of Lights. Featuring authentic Indian dishes aside from their “staple stations”, Marco Polo Cebu is offering you an opportunity to explore and expand your palate. Dine in for lunch at only Php 880 at Cafe Marco (buffet). […]Read More Khana Indian Buffet
Celebrating two years this year, Sugbo Mercado has proven to be a hot destination for a dining experience. By now, who doesn’t know about it? With dozens of food stalls, Sugbo Mercado offers a wide array of Filipino dishes along with foreign cuisines. It’s the super sampler of the Cebuano food scene. Many of the items […]Read More Cebu’s Weekend Food Market
Nothing screams America like burgers, corn dogs, barbecue, and of course, pie. Pie is one of America’s symbols of home and tradition, like apple pies, banana cream pies, and pumpkin pies, to name a few. I don’t think I’ve ever heard of anyone crave for pies the way my American friends do. I mean, I […]Read More Live and let pie.
Over the years, Marco Polo has never failed to excite me with their menu — from an excellent buffet selection at Cafe Marco, to a great set of cocktails at the Blu Bar, and of course, their to-die-for Malicious Cookies. Now they have officially marked their Signature Six; the 6 must-tries when you visit the […]Read More Marco Polo’s Signature Six