#LigoLami Davao invasion

When we speak or hear of Ligo, we all know, whether we’re from Luzon, Visayas, or Mindanao, that it’s a sardines brand. However, I found out during the #LigoLami Davao City campaign that Ligo falls behind the Visayas and Mindanao market. Hence, they stepped up their marketing to cater to people from Visayas and Mindanao. Earlier this year, Ligo Sardines released the commercial, “Makahigugma Nga … Continue reading #LigoLami Davao invasion

The Grilled pieces are back at Bigby’s

I’m doing it again. Even though I promised myself that I won’t be super sell out as a blogger, I decided to sell out on Food and Cooking to support local brands, and c’mon, who doesn’t like to eat? This time I’m promoting Bigby’s “The Grill is Back” campaign which was held last Friday, September 14, at SM City Davao, Ecoland. Bigby’s has been one … Continue reading The Grilled pieces are back at Bigby’s

The All-New Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare

One of Davao’s favorite restaurants, Antonio’s Bar and Grill just recently relaunched with a new concept. From Antonio’s Bar and Grill, they renamed it to Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare. Almost everything is new–from the restaurant look: lighting, design, to the dishes they offer. Of course, their classic dishes Bulalo, Pinapatok na Manok, Krispy Pata, and Lechon Kawali are there to stay–but improved. “As a Blue … Continue reading The All-New Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare

The New Davao Famous Restaurant: Nothing Beats Old Skool

You know that I don’t just promote brands and establishments, but the New Davao Famous is really worth blogging about. They never changed; they still offer the best Chinese dishes around the city. However, due to the fast urbanization and progress of Davao City, old restaurants like them seem to be out of place. Malls made it quite hard for old businesses to thrive, but … Continue reading The New Davao Famous Restaurant: Nothing Beats Old Skool

McCormick Korean Fried Chicken Soy Garlic Recipe Mix

I blogged this to tell you how much I appreciate the McCormick Korean Fried Chicken Soy Garlic Recipe Mix. While I try to figure out how to make the sauce myself, I use this recipe mix for now because it has been my favorite eversince I grabbed it in the supermarket. How I prepared the recipe mix (based on the instructions): 1. You’ll need thawed … Continue reading McCormick Korean Fried Chicken Soy Garlic Recipe Mix

Bonding with my oneesan’s @ Abreeza Mall

Last time I saw my unni’s was like 2 months ago, so we headed to Abreeza mall to catch up with each other. I wore this vintage top I asked from my grandmother (she used to wear it in the 60’s!) to get this Alexa Chung style (I soo love her)! Interested in the bag and shoes? You can get it here. With Ces un-ni … Continue reading Bonding with my oneesan’s @ Abreeza Mall

Korean Food Craze: Kimchi

Update: This restaurant is already closed. I have tried every Korean restaurant here in Davao City. I believe that they’re incomparable to the restaurants in Seoul, or maybe in the Southern and more remote areas in Korea where the natives claim the best and most authentic Korean dishes can be found. However, I now proclaim that I’m already loving the Korean dishes that the restaurants … Continue reading Korean Food Craze: Kimchi