Sustainable Eating at Earth Kitchen #SupportLocalPH

Sustainable Eating at Earth Kitchen #SupportLocalPH

Earth Kitchen is a restaurant dedicated to promote the products of local farmers and indigenous peoples, helping communities become sustainable by using their produce as the focal point of the menu. Products like cashew nuts from Palawan, pili nuts from Naga, wild honey foraged by Mangyans and Tagbanuas, and organic greens grown in Tarlac and Bukidnon can be found in their menu.

Aloha, Teddy’s Bigger Burgers!

Aloha, Teddy’s Bigger Burgers!

It’s no wonder that a lot of Filipinos who migrate to the States choose Hawaii (or California) as their new home. It’s not surprising, as Native Hawaiians also share a somewhat similar ethnic background, have that same openness and hospitality which they call the “Aloha Spirit”, appreciate the traditional values of having a close knit ohana, and our unhealthy fascination with Spam. We also share a love for good food in general, which is probably how Teddy’s Bigger Burgers ended up on our shores.

La Union: Stress-Free Surf Weekend with Surfista Travels

La Union: Stress-Free Surf Weekend with Surfista Travels

I had a fantastic weekend making new friends and learning more about surfing, thanks to Elaine and Surfista Travels. Everything was so convenient and hassle-free. This is definitely something I’d try a few more times, since it’s a great way to meet the locals and broaden your circle of friends. If this is your first ever surf trip, I would definitely recommend doing a Surfista tour, since being surrounded by people who are passionate about the sport helps get you excited and motivated to hone your skills for catching that next big wave.’Til the next one!

Romantic Lunch for Two at Mateo’s Restaurant Café

Romantic Lunch for Two at Mateo’s Restaurant Café

Think of the favorite Spanish-Filipino dishes you just loved growing up, made by that talented auntie or a yaya who was also a wiz in the kitchen. All those time consuming, hard-to-make dishes that only came out during special occasions can be found in this homey, rustic restaurant cafe, whose history can be felt in the bahay na bato clay bricks and piazza tiles with oil lamps hanging from the ceiling, hovering over a counter filled with tempting ensaymadas and brownies. Located only a few blocks away from Robinsons Magnolia, this is the homey comfort that is Mateo’s Restaurant Café.

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