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A New Meaning to the Phrase ‘Food For Thought’ PS3 (postscript 3)

Ohh, no, not again.

I suppose that’s just how life is.  One day, everything’s on the up and up; and another day, it’s not.  \m/ I was trying to satisfy my brazo de Mercedes craving and so we visited Baguio’s best kept secret for cakes, Red Cherries.  There was no brazo that day but we got ourselves some dessert anyway. (“,)

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A New Meaning to the Phrase ‘Food for Thought’ PS2 (postscript 2)

Of all the meals that we have in a day, breakfast is probably the easiest (to make and to make delicious ^^,).  Grab a box of cereal, pour on the milk; it’s good and you’re ready to go.  *harhar  I remember when I graduated to high school; my grand uncle asked me if I already knew how to cook.  I told him not that well but I can prepare breakfast quite easily.  He suddenly laughed and said, oh, breakfast; go out to the bakery and buy pandesal.  BUSTED!  I was so busted.  *sheepish grins all around =b

Dining out for breakfast, especially if it’s a buffet from a hotel restaurant, you’d no doubt expect a lavish and delicious spread.  You could be wrong.  I was… Read More…

A New Meaning to the Phrase ‘Food for Thought’ (postscript… a long one =b)

Looking at my list of Baguio restaurants to try, I noticed that there were two establishments that escaped being placed in the Food for Thought ( a.k.a. think before you eat there) category blogs.  (“Heed my voice, sniveling, spineless worms of civilization.  Tremble at the roar of approaching terror!” ~ Anthony Bourdain joking in one of his No Reservations episodes.  Just thought it was the most appropriate line to put in here.  Let’s top it off with *maniacal laugh, maniacal laugh. =))

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