Enter a grocery and you’ll see an array of products. I understand why there are different chocolate, cereal, and jam products, but I don’t understand why there are so many bottled water products.
Posted in Food & Drink, tagged coconut, coconut meat, Coconut milk, cook, dessert, Filipino, filipino dessert, Filipino food, Glutinous rice, grated coconut, Philippines, pinoy, recipe, rice, sweet, sweet rice on October 14, 2012 | 2 Comments »
Posted in Food & Drink, tagged activities, actor, balls, berry-banana, Dance, drink, EDSA, exercise, food, fun activities for kids, Jamba Juice, juice, Matteo Guidicelli, monkey bars, photobooth, restaurants, SM, sm city, SM North, SM North EDSA, Smoothie, The Block, trampoline, wall climbing, Zumba on October 12, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
Last week, I was invited to the opening of the new Jamba Juice store at SM City The Block North EDSA. It was not an ordinary launch because they had a whole set of fun activities for kids and adults. Before I went to the activity center, I exchanged one of the gift certificates that I got, sat down, and sipped my drink.
Posted in Crazy and Fun Stories, Food & Drink, My Awesome Filipino Family, Weird Kid Stories, tagged combinations, combo, comedy, Cooking, cruz family, family, Filipino, filipino family, food, French fries, fun, Funny, glass coffin, Ice cream, Philippines, spaghetti noodles, weird, weird combinations, weird food on September 15, 2012 | 5 Comments »
Juancho Eating Leftovers
The dilemma–you cooked too much spaghetti sauce, and you are out of spaghetti noodles. What do you do? Usually, I slice a piece of pandesal, spread spaghetti sauce on each half, add some slices of Quickmelt cheese, then I heat it up in the toaster. My cousin Juancho doesn’t do this. He prefers to put the sauce on top of rice. I thought this was weird; he thought this was totally normal.