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It was reassuring indeed how Pancake House is reminding us of their “Choose To Be Good” campaign with a significant ad and other yet-to-be-released video clips on how we should positively address certain life-changing situations. It’s how we react that makes a lot of difference. True enough, corresponding with Pancake House ‘s delectable treats, comfort foods become answers to “what could’ve been” questionable affairs. Not to the point of binge eating, but nonetheless, it favorably (and “flavorably”) substitute for that […]

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As comfortable as the use of the vernacular, Lamisaan which means ‘table’ in local dialect, it exudes that ‘Pinoy’ hospitality amongst the main characters to whom they’re sharing a tale of epic gastronomy. When you go on a holiday, you create a new chapter. You add a page to your life’s table of contents. When you go to Holiday Inn, you get a full-of-content table… At Lamisaan, Holiday Inn Baguio City Centre’s in-house restaurant, it’s a buffet of flavorful stories. […]

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Much have been said and shared about restaurants/food establishments to the delight and pride of the concerned entities. From ambiance to the service, from food to staff and all those stuff; commendable attributes are usually credited in its entirety to the establishment… Amidst today’s social media generation, rampant are postulate depictions wherein “graphic appetizers” become basis for “a more accepted” reference more than the authenticity of tangible victuals. Quite unheard of for an accolade nowadays is ‘Compliments to the chef!’ […]

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Hub A Byte and hub a drink as well… Hub’bout pointing this out first, given its name Hub A Byte, I thought it was sort of an internet café within the heart of the city basically. Apparently, it’s just some sound bite of a place capable of creating bigger memories more than its “kilobyte” for a solid space. It’s likewise a co-working space… Fancy! Just across the Post Office along Session Road, Hub A Byte’s accessibility allows you to save […]

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We’ve been to Lihim Ni Maria but we won’t tell. We’ve somehow ascertained Maria’s secret (Lihim Ni Maria) but we won’t tell. We found out about their other branch located at the G/F of Samson building along Upper Session Road but we won’t tell… We’ve tasted their new offerings and liked it, however, we won’t tell… Just who is Maria? Her real name starts with a ‘D’ ~ D’ Maria (haha ~ lets just keep that a secret…) And just […]

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Though with a dadbod seemingly capable of consuming a substantial serving of anything edible, this dadbod owner can project a “not-lean, mean, eating-machine” image of a man… A projection of fulfillment despite the unflattering (or perhaps, unflattening) figure… The Fat Belly figure And to rather maintain such bouncy persona, I have to consume a substantial amount of fattening nourishment. Kidding! I actually have a slow metabolism corresponding with my give-and-take relationship with food (give me food and I’ll take it). […]

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I thought a braille-like reference for a menu would have been notable; as it’ll likewise filter one’s perception how food is to be looked-at, as much as felt in every possible sense… Blind Filter though, much like the thing which backflushes for an espresso machine, serves its purpose of filtering the “discomfort” through their comfort food. Similarly how Blind Filter is located far from the central business district, it filters you away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis. […]

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Ever been left with no choice? How about having no better choice? Much like how Alaska’s inclination to give consumers nutritional benefit corresponding with their products’ value for money, every program Alaska is set to embark, they seem to live up to this ‘ACES’ backronym: “Ameliorating Choices Enriching Senses”. Come to think of it “Alas ka” (in Tagalog) translates to “You’re an Ace”. True enough, Alaska product consumers get to ace the so many aspects of consumerism amidst commercialism. And […]

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Krispy Kreme Doughnuts could have simply been spelled Crispy Cream Donuts; and Crème might have sounded off a different impression… Yet, they’re being original.   I donut err did not see that coming… or at least, ‘donut’ assume.   It’s common knowledge that you donut — ok, let’s stop with that “donut” thing… Eat doughnut. I means ‘It’s doughnut’… Both are acceptable actually but donut is not “do not”… Now, I sound weird or that sounded more confusing …or not! […]

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