Knorr Lutong Nanay: Sweet Style Spaghetti brings childhood memories

Who among my readers here love Sweet Style Spaghetti (raise hand)? I, for one, have loved this version which, correct me if I’m wrong, I think Filipinos created. I clearly remember when I was a child that sweet spaghetti would always been a staple in every kid’s birthday celebration. It is perhaps because of this […]

Zarzuela

Amongst all cuisines I enjoy, Filipino food is perhaps the one I love most! Not because Pinoy dishes are what I coincidentally cook the best, but because the Philippine’s vast variety of flavorful food truly showcases our country’s rich culture. Zarzuela restaurant exemplifies this very well – superbly tasting Filipino food that has tons of […]

Tootsie’s Tagaytay: Home-cooked Specialties

During our Tagaytay weekend getaway 2 weeks ago, we scoured the area for restaurants that serve good honest-to-goodness home-cooked meals. Good thing, my dad-in-law mentioned about a restaurant owned by his niece, Tootsie Marco – Tootsie’s-Tagaytay. We immediately headed to her resto to try it out. Unfortunately, Tita Tootsie wasn’t around during our first visit. […]

My Rizal!

Great news! The Tummy Traveler has been invited and will be attending the “MY RIZAL” (150th Birth Anniversary celebration for Dr. Jose Rizal) Bloggers’ & Media launch tomorrow, June 2, 2011 at the Rizal Shrine, Fort Santiago at 4PM. The bloggers’ & media launch will feature a sneak peek of the year-long “MY RIZAL” events […]