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Hot Bowls of Food at Spoon and Stone Restaurant/Cafe

Oopsies. Seems like a couple of friends and I jinxed the weather talking about how dry it was this year compared to the same dates with last year’s cabin fever inducing monsoon. =b

2016-08-10 Baguio Spoon and Stone Cafe and Restaurant tonkotsu ramen

Tonkotsu ramen ^^,

Cue, Ms. Regine Velasquez’ song about the rain Read More…

Cuttie Cuppies Shoppe and the Wondrous Delights Beyond B.C., PI

Christmas is in the air!  … and we feel it in the temperature drop. \m/ (Jack Frost’s nipping at my fingers, my back … c-c-c-Cold.)

(I’ll put the verdict on my taste test for yum-yums that Cuttie Cuppies sent me in the photo captions.  It was a tough choice to pick a favorite since each had their own merits.  I’m thinking too that they’re not really in the same category to be compared to each other, so anyway, here we go. =) )

Cuttie Cuppies Shoppe Baguio See's toffee-ettes

See’s Candies toffee-ettes. While I’m not really a nut person (nutty, maybe, yes *harhar), with See’s Candies Toffee-ettes and Almond Royal, I didn’t mind the nuts. Toffee around the almonds was a delightful way to eat almonds. (to be continued on Almond Royal photo)

If you’re anything like my sister, you’d like goodies galore (ready) for the holidays; those that were unheard of before, new and special.  You’ll be glad to hear that we have a ‘supplier’ for these in Baguio City now. =D Read More…

Eatsploring Eve’s Garden with New Foodie Friends

It’s time I made good on giving the winner of the X Marks the Spot for Good Baguio Foods blog anniversary giveaway (whew, that was long *hee) her prize.

exploring around Eve's Garden's garden

Ela (and Paolo) in the garden, amongst the lettuce, the chives, the rosemary and mint plants. =D

She had Eve’s Garden on her list and so I thought of helping her check it off.

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