You may wonder what we did in Baguio last February? We skipped all the usual tourist attractions like Burnham Park, Wright Park even the market since our vehicles didn’t have enough space for all the veggies we wanted to buy. We did go to Mines View not see the St. Bernard or the views butContinue reading “Le Chef at The Manor, Baguio City”
When I was much younger I didn’t eat salad except for Mario’s Caesar salad specially the one in Baguio. Finally after so many years I wanted to find out if their salad was still as good as I remembered.
When we went to Baguio in 2011 I wanted to eat at Hill Station and would point it out to our driver Joel each and every time we passed by it. Alas it wasn’t meant to be. This time as soon as we arrived in Baguio we went to Hill Station for lunch.
On the first week of February my friends and I went to Baguio just to eat and bond. We went ahead of the Panagbenga Festival and while it was still cold but not as cold as Baguio’s recent low of 8°C.
After reading Lori’s entry on a bakeshop that sold raisin bread better than Baguio Country Club’s famous raisin bread we went looking for it. We got a little lost following Lori’s instructions. So here’s how we got there. After exiting Camp John Hay’s Loakan gate turn left and after approximately 1.5 km you will seeContinue reading “Palaganas Bakery and Carlo’s Pizza”
While doing research on where to eat in Baguio I saw Lori’s glowing review on Wood Nymph Korean restaurant. So after our visit to BenCab Museum we headed there at around 2:00 pm. Korean bean paste and sesame oil w/ pepper dipping sauces It looked fatty but it was actually leaner than the beef afterContinue reading “Lunch at Wood Nymph Korean Restaurant”
Back to another Baguio post! Contrary to popular belief we didn’t go to Baguio just to eat, eat and shop. We also took in some culture by visiting the Bencab Museum. Although we took more pictures of ourselves in the museum than actually look at the artwork. The entrance fee to the museum was P100Continue reading “BenCab Museum”
Ever since my trip in Hong Kong last December where it was very cold I’ve been a little obsessed with finding good hot chocolate. Maybe it’s because of the cold weather or I’m just a chocoholic. When Florence’s hubby Peter called her to buy him a bottle of chocolate powder from Choco-Late’ de Batirol inContinue reading “Choco-Late’ de Batirol”
Anyone who goes to Baguio has to go to Good Shepherd convent to buy all sorts of yummy goodies created by the nuns. It was Jennie’s driver’s first time to go to Baguio so she brought her Garmin gps which she uses in Canada and the USA. I was surprised that it worked perfectly inContinue reading “Good Shepherd and Everything Nice”
As the only food blogger in the group I was tasked with planning all our meals in Baguio. I remembered seeing Mama’s Table featured in Heart-2-Heart’s blog so I forwarded the link to my friends and they all agreed to try it. I really wanted to go to Chef Vicky’s house while there was stillContinue reading “Mama’s Table by Chef Vicky Tinio Clemente”