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(Chapter 2) Student Fare, Bakakeng: Manna Garden Cafe

I still maintain that kids these days are so lucky.  (Booming Bakakeng with impressive school facilities, man!) That being said, I wouldn’t exchange my experiences as a student to be a student today.  (Anybody can go back to school if they want, yes, but total replacement of memories, nah … shriveled hotdogs on cold rice in a baonan/lunch box with moist covers because the food was packed up when it was still hot *heehahaha Those were the days).  Let’s just go with: You’re lucky,I’m lucky, everyone’s lucky.

Manna Garden Cafe 2014

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Baked Treats for the Holidays

Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker’s man. Bake me a cake … um, cookies, and cream puffs and … and … ^^,

We’ve got less than a month to Christmas and we know, there’s more to sweet celebratory treats besides the ones from big name brands like See’s, Cadbury, Nestle, etc.; limited edition Xmas chocosspecial goodies and more special goodies.

When you have to have a cake or two in your holiday spread or something to serve Santa on his gift delivery pit stop at your house, this is where you might want to get them. =)

1.) The Ganache

The Ganache Baguio black forest cake

Black forest

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How Things Changed in a Year …

Okay, a ton of things have changed in the city’s dining scene since I started this Baguio food blog *hihi, but I’ll just be featuring the most recent ones I noticed for this post. ^^, Ready for the ch-ch-ch-ch-changes?

1.) Forest Lodge

Used to be The Suites (the hotel/accommodation that stood in the shadow of The Manor and maybe one reason why it sounded so unreachable before was because it was exclusive to shareholders/tenants).  Oh yes, it’s fair game now. *heehaha  Le Twist (its inhouse resto), we’ll be having a food adventure in your dining area soon!  Weee!

Forest Lodge 19th Tee Baguio Back to the 80s anniversary party

A few of the goings on at the lodge’s anniversary party.
Theme: Back to the 80’s.
They called in the DJs from the old Spirits Discotheque to get the people pumping and grinding on the dance floor – which turns out to be the new 19th T(ee). (I used to have an ice cream scooping stint in the old 19th Tee, not really in the 80s =b but boy did that get me reminiscin’. Missing Myrtle and Biang now.) Cue Life Dance! Yeh!
Before the party officially started at 8:00 p.m., Forest Lodge served Le Chef made little munchies and cocktails (which Race and I missed the better and more scrumptious selections part of due to the weather, dang!) But Race, their highnesses, their friends (It was nice to meet you Kariza, Nikki and hubby. (“,)) and I got to top ourselves off with pulutan/finger foods once the party got hopping. *nomnomnom pulutan. =))
Note the photo on the second row, second column (beside the plate of tuna kilawen photo): The elders showing the youngins how it’s done. \m/

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