Friday, January 25, 2013

NAPA Restaurant & Bar : American-Italian Dining at it's Finest


It’s been a month since I got know new bloggers from the recent Filipino Blogger’s Worldwide Eyeball. We decided to a post Christmas Event last Jan. 24, 2013 at the Napa Restaurant & Bar located at Quezon City. We want a casual dining restaurant that serves American-Italian food.

Friday, January 18, 2013

McVitie’s Digestive marks 120th year of making great-tasting biscuits



 Around the world, McVitie’s Digestive cookies celebrated its 120th birthday, and this extraordinary biscuit created by Sir Alexander Grant of McVitie’s in 1892 based on his own unique formula is looking forward to more celebrations.



Over the years, McVitie’s Digestive biscuit has become one of the most loved biscuits in the world where it is sold in more than 100 countries. Its popularity is truly astonishing, particularly in the United Kingdom where it continues to enjoy its lofty status as the number one biscuit brand.



To commemorate this important milestone, McVitie’s Digestive biscuits embarked on many celebratory activities to promote the brand further, one of which is a free trip to several places in the United Kingdom like York and Scotland via the in-store and Facebook campaign, plus several in-store promotions and product samplings and even a change in their product packaging.
Truth of the matter is there is probably no secret as to why McVitie’s Digestive is loved the world over, even after 120 years. It may be the fact that McVitie’s Digestive is best suited to every occasion – whether eaten as a tea time treat in Britain, with cheese in Sweden or with coffee for
breakfast in Italy.

Many people are also still discovering new and innovative uses for McVitie’s Digestive biscuits, one of which is that it serves as a great base for a scrumptious cheesecake.

Or perhaps McVitie’s Digestive’s appeal lies in its great taste and wholesome nature, which is made according to the McVitie’s delicious secret recipe. Made with wholewheat, McVitie’s Digestives are a source of fibre, contain no artificial colors or flavors, and are free from hydrogenated vegetable oil, which makes them a guilt-free choice!

“Filipino biscuit lovers are glad to note that McVitie’s Digestive is one product they can partake on during their morning, afternoon or even evening snack time fare, with a taste that fits the Filipino palate, and it’s healthy, too,” explains Jose Nilo Chincuanco, General Manager of Delfi Philippines.

For further details, please visit the McVitie’s Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/McVitiesDigestives) or go to http://www.mcvities.com.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

K-POP made its way to my Kitchen thru McCormick Korean Fried Chicken

Friend Chicken has always been a favorite food in every household including mine. There’ s would come a point  that they are suffering form taste fatigue cause I  have been serving the same fried chicken day in and day out. To make way for a new variation, I had to order take out from different restaurant in the metro.

Last week, I was invited to a cook off event which was held at The Cookery Place at Bonifacio Global City where attendees got to sample fried chicken featuring the four flavors Of the McCormick Korean Fried Chicken Recipe Mix. McCormick invites us to add a K-Pop twist to the way we fried our chicken with the launch of their newest product line.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

My 1st Shabu-Shabu Experience at Typhoon Restaurant and Bar




My love for eating has given ways to many adventures. Trying out different cuisine and ways of cooking has leaded me to so many hotel and restaurant from different part of the metro. My adventure leads me to Typhoon Restaurant and Bar where the shabu-shabu is the main star. I had always been curious about this type of dining, the shabu-shabu way.

Typhoon Restaurant and Bar can easily be located since it place in the heart of Makati, at Unit 201-203 2nd Floor The A.Venue Events Mall Makati Ave to be exact. I was expecting to make a fool of myself since this is my first time to dine in a shabu-shabu restaurant. Thanks to all the smiling attendant who had help me get through the whole dining experience.


My story starts with finding the location. Typhoon Restaurant and Bar had a big signage out that I know you too wouldn’t miss. The restaurant was elongated which give me and all the clients the full outside view.

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Awesome Australia at Marriott Manila



I love to eat, that’s a fact and if you love Australian food, here a great deal that I think you don’t want to miss.

Marriot Hotel is  kicking up January with a party and eating experience like a true-blue Aussie! Sashay your way to the land down under on January 26 from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM, Australia Day for a lavish pool side barbeque and wine party for only P2500 net. At this price, expect a good value all-you-eat-and-drink night that’s also synonymous to fun.

Friday, January 4, 2013

Kikkoman : MY All-Purpose Soy Sauce



I love to cook, but the outcome of my cuisine depends upon to what ingredients will I use. This ingredient includes event the condiments or add on that come with my cooking.

In cooking, no matter how simple or festive the dishes are, it is important to look at the quality of the ingredients—from the freshness of the meat and vegetables to the fineness of the herbs, spices, and seasonings. Quality is the key to making every meal delectable.

Soy sauce, for instance, a primary cooking ingredient, does a lot of wonders to food. For that reason, it is important to always use a high-quality brand. In choosing your soy sauce, you must look at how it was made: naturally-brewed or chemically-produced.

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