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EASTWOOD CITY: Savor the Flavors Day 2

After Sunday lunch at Tita Sally’s white house (and after telling her about my Savor the Flavors experience yesterday), she decided to go to Eastwood! Well, we are more than willing to go!

Its humid because its summer but everyone seems to enjoy going around Eastwood City Park and the Savor the Flavors exhibit.

We enjoyed going around the different kiosks despite the hot and humid weather. Tita bought chicharon, snacks and even an eco-oven!

My top picks (clockwise) at Savor the Flavors Eastwood City Park: Cebu Chicharon, Mulberry Tea, Amarich products, Toasted Pastillas, Jacob’s Peanut Praline Butter and Ilocos Empanada. Catch the food cornucopia at until today!

My top picks (clockwise) at Savor the Flavors Eastwood City Park: Cebu Chicharon, Mulberry Tea, Amarich products, Toasted Pastillas, Jacob’s Peanut Praline Butter and Ilocos Empanada. Catch the food cornucopia at until today!

Delicious original recipes made from organic and local ingredients! These are what we had at GREEN PASTURES – Food review soon!

It was almost dinner time so I suggested we try out GREEN PASTURES because of their original recipes made of locala nd organic ingredients. Everyone enjoyed it – a fun chillax Sunday indeed!

GREEN PASTURES:

Level 4 East Wing Shangri-la Mall, Tel. 654-3219/0922 633-4687

Level 3 Eastwood Mall Tel. 661-3612 facebook.com/greenpasturesresto

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Eastwood City : Savor The Flavors Food Festival at Eastwood mall Park

Savor the Flavors Food Festival at Eastwood Mall Park

Savor the Flavors is part of the Department of Tourism’s Flavors of the Philippines festivals, which complements the Madrid Fusion Manila event.

An array of traditional Filipino dishes at the food festival!

Opening at 11AM, a summer food fiesta welcomed guests, foodies and mall-goers. They had their pick of food while watching traditional fiesta games and native dances.

Ilocos Emapanada prepared and cooked right before your eyes!
Longganisa of all kinds were also presented, cooked and served.
Cebu Chicharon! Hoarded bags of these!
Filipino export products like these from Amarich were also showcased. I like their Mango jam, Pancit Lucban and coffee!
Organic eggs, organic salted eggs and of course, Balut were in abound.
FOOD TRENDS: Toasted Pastillas by Taste n See
FOOD TRENDS: Jacob’s Peanut Praline Butter of different variants
FOOD TRENDS: Mulberry Tea drink, high in anti-oxidants and cancer-fighting properties
Filipino street food is now a staple at any food festival
Hand-painted Jeepneys that were entries from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao were on display.
Selfie with my preferred Jeepney entry!

At 5PM, cultural performances from Banda Kawayan, UP Singing Ambassadors plus, live folk dance and music by cultural dancers from Angono Rizal.