Archive | November 2014

Getting Some Culture … and Sustenance at Arca’s Yard

Long before this blog was started, the Baguio food quest was on for me and my foodie posse, P3. Even with Beth, Karla and I parting ways work wise, we still went out on food trips to cap our days off.  Then Race came along.  He brought with him, our eatsploring mobile, Thunder. =)

Baguio 777 Tiptop Arca's Yard a line of docto camote pies

The star of Arca’s offering.

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Tita Lea’s Food Specialties: A Taste of Malabon in Baguio City

It’s high time we take a closer look at Tita Lea’s food specialties.

Baguio Tita Lea's Malabon Food Specialties authentic pancit Malabon

A full view … ^^,

If the photo of that whole bilao of authentic pancit Malabon isn’t enough for you, Baguio eatsplorer, we can dig deeper into the details.

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Baguio Dining A La Carte – Updated Menus … for the most part =)

I’ve accumulated a number of menus again, a baker’s dozen to be exact.  While they’re mostly updated menus for food establishments we’ve visited before, I just thought you’d like stay abreast with what’s new. (“,) (Of note: Bacon milkshake, citrus pepper pizza, breakfast eats, nonbuffet items, and more choices for scrumptious desserts.)

on a Baguio Camping Date indoors

Indoor camping date. ^^,

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