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The cat este, the chocolate's out of the bag! For months now a few friends/co-workers and I have been enjoying the exquisitely homemade heart-crafted Philippine cacao chocolates of Red Hat Cacao PH. But don't just take my word for it..try it! For inquiries, please click on their official Facebook page. 🍫😋🍫😋🍫😋 #Repost @redhatcacao_ph (@get_repost) #redhatcacao #redhatcacaoph #foodtrends #trending #chocolatebark #philippinechocolates #philippinecacao #chocolates #homemadechocolate #heartcrafted
The cat este, the chocolate’s out of the bag! For months now a few friends/co-workers and I have been enjoying the exquisitely homemade heart-crafted Philippine cacao chocolates of Red Hat Cacao PH. But don’t just take my word for it..try it! For inquiries, please click on their official Facebook page.
BACON ROSES by Lazy Bastard – that chicken nuggets bouquet that went viral has nothing on this! What better way to say that you care about someone than by sharing delicious bacon…bacon is life!
½ Dozen of Awesome Bacon Roses (P 1,500); 1 Dozen of Awesome Bacon Roses (P 2,200). Supplies are limited so pre-order now by sending a message on Facebook www.facebook.com/lazybastardph
CHEESE SCRAPING by Raclette MNL – Have a date with Raclette Manila at 14 Four Cafe this Valentine’s! Send them a DM or check out 14 Four Cafe for more details. They also accepting bookings for private events Raclette Station for 60pax or 100pax together with Terry’s Selection’s full leg of Jamon.
To book: firstname.lastname@example.org/ www.facebook.com/RacletteMNL
DOUGHMESTIC PH – hand-crafted and homemade Botanicakes
To order: 0928-805-3188 / email@example.com/ www.facebook.com/doughmesticph
No doubt about it, the Pokemon and Pokemon Go fever is sizzling! Now truth be told, I’m not an avid player (because I need to live in the real world and work hehe!) but if you combine this trend and food, now that’ll surely ‘catch’ my fancy!
More after the jump! Continue reading “#PokemonGo Fever: Pokemon-inspired Burgers!”
The ‘rainbow look’ became a trend since late 2014 with the comeback of the ‘birthday cake’ flavor. Then in April this year, the ‘rainbow bagels’ have been all the rage, a staple in Williamsburg, Brooklyn by Scott Rossillo for over 20 years. In the Philippines, the 1st place to offer the rainbow bagel is Century Park Hotel Manila. So please do check it out. Coincidentally, that has reminded me to post this ‘experiment’ after 3 months hehe!
I have slightly experimented last May because my birthday was coming up. So here’s an ice cream bread recipe and my rainbow loaf recipe with a lazy err, quick technique. Enjoy!
My ‘Shortcut’ Rainbow Bread Recipe
Continue reading “UrmajestySiresFoodExperiments: Of ‘Rainbow Bread’ and ‘Ice Cream Bread’ and the ‘Rainbow Bagel’ craze”
My absolute favorite since I was a kid (and learned that I am not allergic to seafood), is shrimps! Sauteed, grilled, Sinigang, etc. super love it!
Well there’s been a proliferation of shrimp ‘bags’ or shrimp ‘bucket’ food establishments in Manila these days and after trying a few, IMHO, its still better if you cook it yourself. Its economical and fun to share with family and friends plus the bragging rights that you know how to cook the trend, right?
What’s the difference with this recipe or with the restaurant recipes you might ask. The recipe here is the basic procedure but the added herbs combo and techniques makes a big difference. Oh and what matters most, do not over cook the shrimps!
Garlic Butter Shrimps
salt & pepper
spring onions, minced
juice of fresh lemon
– Clean the shrimps (keeping the head) by washing over running water; if you prefer, you may shell and de-vein the shrimps and/or remove the heads Continue reading “UrMajestySiresFoodExperiments: Cooking the trend called ‘Garlic Butter Shrimps’ plus tips!”
The latest food trend, for desserts that is, is the ‘Raindrop Cake’ also known as ‘Dew Cake.’
Its a take on the Japanese ‘Mizu Shingen Mochi’ and there’s no traditional cake ingredients in it, just mineral water and agar-agar (a gelling agent made from a mixture of several different carbohydrates extracted from seaweed).
The original flavor is served with sesame powder, ‘kinako’ (roasted soy bean flour) and ‘kuromitsu’ (Japanese sugar syrup, literally means ‘black honey’ that is similar to molasses)
RAINDROP CAKE RECIPE