Served best at house dinner dates. This pinoy style Spanish Sardine Pasta is a healthy option dish, perfect for fulfilling your loved one’s appetite.
A good day to find peace in Sulu. Despite all the warnings and fake news that the place isn’t safe for a tourist nor a traveler, I got myself stuck in Jolo. Not just to tick off another province of the PH81, but to learn some of the cultures and practices in Mindanao. I never bothered walking under the sun while roaming around the town because there were so many things that were new to me, like their story, language, the food, and religious practices. To be honest, spending a day in Jolo will never be enough because there’s still a lot of stuff to learn and places to visit. I will surely come back for more stories, and unlimited laughter along with my newly found brothers. Continue reading “Sulu”
Most of us incorporate the word WAR or GIYERA whenever we hear BASILAN. Pero huwag mag BASI LANg sa sabi-sabi, go to BASILAN and see for yourself. It is a piece of paradise, not just a war zone. I feel so blessed when I went for a day tour in this place, though I was a bit scared, to be honest. But the fear shifted when I saw what this place can offer, it amazed me. Now let me share our one-day itinerary and expenses. Continue reading “Isabela, Basilan”
At the busy street outside universities, high schools and inside crowded malls, this snack is always present. Tokneneng, or Quail Egg Waffle is one of the favorite street foods of Filipinoes. We are going to cook some today, just a little different. The usual street tokneneng are wrapped in orange coating. But we are instead going to use pink and black to add a little creativity. Continue reading “Not Your Usual Tokneneng”