I first learned about frittatas around the time my kid was transitioning to table food from mashed fruits and veggies. I was using simple quiche recipes but without the crust, and just stumbled upon frittatas later on. They were essentially what I was cooking, but since I didn’t want the crust/shell of quiches, it made … More From Philippine Harvest to plate
A big and warm hello to all! I am proud and happy to share this silly little video of Akira ‘helping’ me cook. Her favorite thing to do is mix stuff up in a bowl, especially eggs. She likes to do the actual cracking too, with a fork, but lately she’s not liking the feeling … More Watch: How to make chicken imbento pasta!
(Updated) Antipolo, Rizal. It’s one of those places that have the look and feel of an out-of-town destination but retains enough proximity to the hustle and bustle of Metro Manila. We’ve visited two interesting places here on two separate Sundays. The first was when we attended a lunch reception for the christening of our friend’s daughter, and the … More Art appreciation in Antipolo!
Easter last year was nicely timed around Akira’s birthday. J had work exactly the day before Easter in Manila Hotel. An overnight stay at the hotel sounded like a great idea – he could work in peace and quickly get back to us. It would be Akira’s first time to celebrate Easter! It was our … More Easter 2015
Akira is a very active kid. I remember when she was about 8 months old, she already insisted on walking with assistance (somebody stands behind her and holds her hands). We’d do these drills all over the house, outside the house, up and down steps, and I tried my best to stop only when she … More 5 indoor areas for kids that are built for play