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Zigla! A Healthy Modern Eats

Zigla! A Healthy Modern Eats
Now that I am into running as exercise, my next agenda for my healthy lifestyle is the food that I intake. It’s hard to choose healthy food! My mind often argues with my stomach brains! My mind tells me to eat healthy yet my stomach tells me to eat yummy but unhealthy eats! Confusing isn’t it? hehehe I was invited to a food stall opening at Robinson’s Magnolia in Quezon City. The food stall name is ZIGLA. As I understand the name Zigla, Zigla came from a tagalog word SIGLA meaning healthy or energetic. I think got it right. Zigla’s slogan – r.u.e.c (are you evolutionary...
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Red Trellis – A must try Seafood Restaurant in General Santos City

Red Trellis – A must try Seafood Restaurant in General Santos City
I’ve been to General Santos City several times, and in each visit, I always make sure that I eat in this restaurant. Honestly, I’m not really fond of eating seafood but I don’t know why I keep coming back to this place. I guess it’s because of their great culinary skills when it comes to seafood, which really makes foodies like me enjoy each dining experience here. What are the reasons why I come back in a restaurant? Great Food Freshness of ingredients, especially when it comes to seafood is a big factor. Rina, a friend of mine is allergic to seafood but she loves eating...
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A Different Dining Experience at Seafood Island Restaurant

A Different Dining Experience at Seafood Island Restaurant
When you usually dine at a typical restaurant, the restaurant dining table is equipped with the usual spoon, fork and plates. But here at the Seafood Island restaurant, for a group of four, viands of grilled meat and seafood are served at the middle of a large tray lined with clean banana leaves. This is done traditionally by some Filipinos when at the beach or in a picnic. Some Filipinos still enjoy this kind of dining style. Anyway, I was invited for a dinner by my friends at Seafood Island located at SM Southmall here in Las Pinas. We had that kind of dining experience and it was my first time to...
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Yoshinoya (Japanese Fast Food) Opens at Glorieta 1

Yoshinoya (Japanese Fast Food) Opens at Glorieta 1
I’m really happy that one of my favorite Japanese fast food chain here in Manila opens a new store at 2nd level of Glorieta 1. Whenever I’m craving for GYUDON (Beef Bowl), I always look for a Yoshinoya outlet around my area because what they have is affordable and delicious. Gyudon (Beef Bowl) is one of Yoshinoya’s best sellers, and I’m very happy that they haven’t taken them off to their menu. Gyudon is one of Japan’s most favorite fast meal since 1899 and now is the world’s best selling Japanese meal. In the mid of the 1900s, Son of the founder of Yoshinoya...
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Jollibee’s New University Floats!

Jollibee’s New University Floats!
Jollibee recently launched 4 new refreshing float variants and they call it UNIVERSITY FLOAT! Traditionally, we know that floats is only for root-beers and it can only be bought A&W restaurant food chain for a cost. A root-beer float is typically a soda topped with vanilla ice cream. Jollibee called it University Float because of its famous university colors. Blue, Red, Yello and Green, for sure young pinoys knows what these colors stands for. Now, you can add a fun and refreshing twist when flaunting your school spirit with the all-new refreshing flavors of Jollibee University Floats. These...
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Oreos and Mochiko

Oreos and Mochiko
There are many ways of eating Oreos. People especially kids have their special way of eating them. One of the very famous way is the Twist, Lick and Dunk into milk and eat! That’s how they enjoy Oreos most of the time. But there are lots of pastries or desserts that can be done in using Oreo cookies. Actually you can search the internet for recipes. Even in the market, you can actually buy desserts or pastries made from Oreos. One of my favorite dessert stall here in Soderno Alabang and Alabang Town Ceneter is Mochiko. Mochi is a Japanese confection made out of glutinous rice or mochiko and is...
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