Archive | March 2013

Happy Easter, everyone! (“,)

A quick greeting for you my dear followers/readers/visitors (because I too have some Easter Sunday plans on the docket. *hihi)

Le Chef bunny shaped chocolate

Bunny shaped choco just for the occasion. ^^,

(Nothing will ever compare to the Care Bear molded chocolate from Choco Loco … or was it Loco Choco =b on Session where Curamed Pharmacy is now. It was more than baking choco, it really had different flavors based on their pretty pastel colors. Aw, miss Care Bear choco. Loco Choco, where are you?

That said, we now have a refrigerator mascot. Meet Abracadabra, guys. =D)

***Making a visit to the Le Chef deli, you might want to try the baked treats they have there.  Ham and cheese? Ensaymada? Blondies? Or how about a slice (or two =b) of one of the best (in my opinion) blueberry cheesecakes in Baguio?

I hope you and your loved ones have a reflective and wonderful day!

Hunting for Baguio Easter Celebrations?

The search is over!

I’ve got all the eggs in a basket so to speak for commemorating the Easter occasion in the City of Pines. (…and when I say commemorate, I’m referring to ‘parties’ where you’ve got a sumptuous feast a.k.a. buffet to partake in. After all, this IS a food blog ^^,)

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How the List Looks…(the second excerpt of 2013)

Here’s a little recap of the Baguio restaurants we’ve covered.  Let’s pick it up from our most recent excerpt. (“,)

Point and Grill lengua

Lengua for P99. (Was it P99 or ??? I’m sure it cost next to nothing.) You can’t really see the tongue but it’s under there, trust me. *heee  I have a fallback for those budget tight moments. Thank you, Point and Grill! (“,)

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