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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DFAT 2017: LACHI’S, YELLOW FIN AND THE GRIDDLE

MR. & MRS. A

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10th year of DAVAO FOOD APPRECIATION TOUR.`

That weekend came by so fast and we miss it already.

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2017 | HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Mr. & Mrs. A

Hi Everybody! We hope you had a blast during the holiday season. As for us, we had a great time and hung out mostly with family over the holiday weekend. Because after all, family is everything.

So this 2017, we are really excited to see what is in store for us. We also have a few New Year’s resolution ourselves and we hope to keep these and not forget. New Year’s resolutions should not just stay in the New Year. It should be all year round and be the year’s goals. So yeah, hoping to achieve at least more than half of those this year.

Stay tuned for more exciting events here in our blog. =)

HOLIDAZE

MRS. A

Awwww… time to work again. Currently at lunch break while writing this blog. I just got back from a 3-day Christmas break and now I’m back to work. I honestly had a hard time getting up today. I just feel that 3 days is not enough to really enjoy the holiday season. But then again, you gotta do what you gotta do – WORK!

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CHRISTMAS GIFT BUYING TIPS

MRS. A

I have always been like this even before Mark and I got married. I started buying early gifts for friends and family since I was still in High School and I carried that practice up to this day. And Mr. A has acquired this practice since we started dating. A few friends of mine constantly ask me how I avoid the Christmas rush. So I’ll be sharing a few tips here on our blog.

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