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Talangkanin was formed from the Tagalog play of words ‘talangka’ (small crab) and ‘kanin’ (rice). It can also be called Aligue Bibmbap which is based from one of Korea’s staple dishes Bibimbap (mixed rice). Kaya Restaurant incorporated
Looking at some pictures taken about 6 months ago made me think back about the Strawberry Speckled Lemonade we drank. It was a new refreshing drink concocted by Bubba Gump then. It was so good Sago & I
Sago normally doesn’t dig spicy stuff, but a foodie should try not to confine oneself to what he/she only prefers – he/she should try many cuisines. And so, we checked out Buffalo’s Wings N’ Things and were
Red Ribbon officially launched yesterday the Cookies and Cream with Oreo Cake as the newest addition to its family of scrumptious cakes! With the combination of cookies and cream flavor and Oreo, indeed it is a delicious
Two days ago, we reminisced on last year’s Trinoma Food Tour. While today, we once again go back 365 days ago on the Seredra & Bonifacio High Street Food Tasting Tour.
Exactly a year ago in Trinoma, I had my first food event as a blogger, and that was the 1st Spot.ph Blogger’s Food Tour. Who can forget about an afternoon of dining at 18 Restaurants within 4 hours. Not to mention taking
Dining at Sentro will remind you of your favorite Filipino dishes that nanay (mom) or lola (granny) used to cook for the family dinner table. And being Pinoy at heart, Sago was excited to check out what’s
Mr. You is doubtful about the rumored P40 ($0.86) discount at Starbucks on Earth Day tomorrow. So he sought the advice of a food blogger named Sago. You: P40 off? Yeah right?! Oh come’on. Sago: It’s true!