As of yesterday, January 5, 2013, everythingyummy now has their credit card terminal up and running. Wohoo! Congratulations! They also accept debit cards. :)
Today (Nov. 30), I received good news from everythingyummy. everythingyummy will have a credit card terminal by 2nd week of December 2012. Yey! Enjoy dining! ^_^
I am very proud of this recipe. This is a masterpiece. It always gets consumed first. IThis is pretty much the most requested dish. Try this. Send me a note if you like it. :)
It's Good Friday. It is also the only time of the year when you see this delicious delicacy cooked in homes.
Filipinos, a big percentage of whom are Catholics, are pretty religious to fasting meat during this season. I can say our ancestors are very creative in mixing everything non-meat into this sweet delicacy.
Here's how to make your own binignit with these ingredients:
As you may have guessed my age, I was not born on the 50s... LOL but would have loved to have lived there all the same. The ambiance of this restaurant at the newly opened J Center Mall is inspired by the 50s. And what better icon to link it with but the first model of the famous Beattle! The converted Beattle placed right inside the restaurant makes the ambiance very unique. Yes, that is Herbie wearing a 50 instead of 53.... and yes, that is me smiling to show you that you can choose to dine inside Herbie. Coolest, right?!
I am pretty picky with the dishes I eat when it comes to fish. I do not like to eat a fish that smells like fish. Odd, I know. Anyway, for lunch today, I thought of making a fish dish as a break from the cholesterol-heavy food during the holidays. It smells really good! Tastes delicious too. ^_^
Here's my version of the delectable fish adobo.
After frequent travels to other Asian countries such as HongKong, Macau, Malaysia, and Singapore, I have always wanted to find a good noodle house in Cebu. I would want to start it myself. Alas, they beat me to it. All in good spirit though... because I love it! Uncle Noodles opened on June 30 this year. It is, however, only recently that I tried their good food. If you are wondering of its origin, Uncle Noodles serves Singaporean-inspired dishes.