Are you craving for a moist chocolate cake but not in the mood to go outside in the cold winter just to grab one? Then, this recipe is the right one for you. You can have it in just a minute and pair it with your favorite ice cream flavor. Yes, you can have ice … Continue reading Chocolate Cake in a Mug
It has been ages since my last baking recipe post. So here I am again sharing my sweet tooth craving which can be served at any occasion - the Chocolate Lava Cake. I've been eyeing this dessert for quite some time now. Glad I found an easy to follow recipe from Kraft. Serving: 2 Ingredients: … Continue reading Chocolate Lava Cake
Busan, South Korea — I was craving for pancakes that first morning in Busan, and I told Danny that I can even settle for Mcdonald's. But since we were at Gwangalli Beach (광안리해수욕장), there were plenty of restaurants around. So, we walked by the seashore, from the hotel to the end of the beach, trying to … Continue reading Brunch at Brunsweek
Here are a number of cafes, dessert shops, and restaurants around Metro Davao to choose from.
This is not for the faint-hearted. Please be warned.
Seoul, South Korea — Gwangjang market (광장시장) is known as the first traditional market in Korea and popular among locals and tourists. It offers Korean snacks and street food one could think of, such as soondae, tteokbokki, odeng, mandu, jokbal, etc. on its ground floor and various choices of fabrics and linens which are situated on the second floor. … Continue reading Lunch at Gwangjang Market
South Korea — Bingsu (빙수 / shaved ice) is a common snack in Korea, especially during summer season. This is the equivalent of halo-halo in the Philippines. The difference between them is that bingsu could be just with anything, from red beans to coffee to cheese or green tea. There are plenty of cafes across the … Continue reading Sulbing Dessert Cafe
Seoul, South Korea — Danny and I were driving around Gangnam, and I suddenly recalled that we were supposed to go to Banana Tree when my family came for a visit. My sister included this in her itinerary. But, due to a limited time, we weren't able to do so. Although when we were at Grand … Continue reading Banana Tree in Sinsa-dong
Chuncheon, South Korea — When we say or even think of durian in the Philippines, we always consider that smelly yet delicious fruit as my beautiful hometown Davao City's delicacy. Speaking of which, I was born and raised in this safest city in the Philippines and would never transfer to any other cities in my home country. In … Continue reading Chuncheon Dakgalbi
Seoul, South Korea — It has been a while since my last restaurant review. So here goes another one. After a tiring morning exercise at Bears Town Ski Resort, Danny and I headed to Dongdaemun to meet up with his aunt. We strolled around Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) for the nth time hoping to find … Continue reading Burgers at Battery Park