SATURDATE | LORD OF THE RIBS DAVAO

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MRS. A

Hurray for date nights with the mister *wink*

On one fine Saturday night after Mr. A’s work (yeah, he has work sometimes on Saturdays), we decided to try out the newest resident restaurant in the city which hails from the Queen City of the South, LORD OF THE RIBS

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FAVORITE: KUSHIYA’S TAKOYAKI

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MRS. A

Takoyaki is a ball-shaped Japanese snack made out of vegetables, sometimes diced octopus (common in Japan) inside a ball of battered flour mixture. In the Philippines, what is commonly the ingredients of Takoyaki is that it is full of vegetables since Octopus is not the common in the country. This type of snack can be found inside the malls around the supermarket area, or outdoors like near schools, offices, etc. This Japanese delight given a Filipino twist is indeed quite popular.

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PASALUBONG | GIGI GAERLAN CUSTAROONS (GIGI’S CUSTAROONS)

MR. A

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I was away for a month for training in Manila. A few days before I returned Davao, my co-trainees and I went to Greenhills (since our hotel is located just in front of it) in search for the perfect pasalubong to bring home to our loved ones in our respective cities.

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