Dire Bonjour à Cheese French Toast!

This is really simple. The first time I’ve heard the name, I was scared because it might need more utensils and ingredients. But when my aunt told me it’s gonna as easy as frying eggs. I said YAY! 😀

Here it is. And by the way, the “cheese” part, is my own twist. Just wanna try if it’d work with it. And it did!


Sliced Bread



Cheese Spread



  • Beat eggs with the cheese spread.
  • Spread on sliced bread a hint of butter. Then dip it in the beaten eggs.
  • You can use a microwave oven to toast. Or use a frying pan.
  •  If using a frying pan, put butter into. Make sure that the entire surface will be buttered or else the bread will stick into it and worse burn the bread. 😀
  • Make sure both sides of the bread will be toasted. Then serve.

Been learning how to prepare food for the past few days. This is to prove myself that I may not have the talent, but I’ve got the interest. Haha!



French Baker Lovin

Aimer le french baker, ai-je en dire plus?

My ever paborito: Beef Lasagna. ❤
Strawberry Danish and extra Garlic Toast. 😉
The never ending Four Seasons! hahaha


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Adobo Connection

Adobo is probably one of the most favorite dish of Filipinos. Whether it’s pork, chickesn or even vegetables (a.k.a kangkong 😉 ).

SM Sta Mesa Branch

I’ve been craving and wishing for Mama’s dish lately. Sad that I now live miles away  from her. So I went out last sunday for some good stuff to dine with. I spotted Adobo Connection in Sta. Sta Mesa. I gave in and tried their food. Too bad my favorite adobong kangkong is not available at that time. But everything else was very satisfying. Plus the experience with the friendly crews was amazing. And the place calls for some cozy tummy lounging. 😉

The yummy Mama’s Special Chicken Adobo
Experience the sweetness of Leche Flan
And guess what? It did not hurt my wallet… 😉

Happy Weekend! 🙂

Sunday Wrappin’ Up

First week of fishbowl (transitioning level from training to live production) is over. Although we still have one more week to finish up, it’s not an excuses to say “next time” to my stressed stomach and tired soul. This certainly calls a serious therapy: EAT!


Check out Binalot (wrapped) and the reasons I love this place.

  •  The “itlog na pula” (salted red eggs). I really love this egg and I’ve been craving for  it. It’s tasty, it’s salty, it’s nice.  Most of their dishes comes with itlog na pula and some crunchy tomatoes (pinoy tomatoes – though). DIY a salted red egg… click here.
  • NO  PLATES!? Absolutely zero plates… have a bowl for soups and noodles but not plates for rice. Instead they use banana leaves as a replacement for platters. Also they hava program that supports farmers. sweet, right? 🙂

    The paper wrap.. that is their news paper. 🙂
  • Pinoy foods for less! Seriosly, some filipino dishes now comes with a  dollar price, specially if it’s from a Filipino restaurant. My favorite bistek (a pinoy style for Beef steak) only costs 83php.
  • A smile from the walls. On this branch here in Starmall Mandaluyong, you’d only see few walls painted with comical Filipino practices. But I bet in some branches in the metro specially those spacious one’s have a lot of these.

The real story for dropping by Binalot is, my ATM card got pin locked in the weirdest way! I was about to enjoy my favorite Blueberry  Danish and some Parisian Macaroons in French Baker. So I guess.. maybe next time? 🙂 After all dropping by the Star Mall is worthy. And I totally forgot my-good-sunday-turning-into-a-bad-sunday moment. 😉


Happy Weekend!


And speaking of food. A friend who is a co-blogger just got some delicious stuffs in her place.

Go, she’s a must check out! More than just being a mom.

Ka-on: to dine soon…..

Ka-on is a waray-waray (my native regional language) term for “eat”.  Everyone already knows I’m into music and stuffs like that, and as a part of  being “random”, I also would like to add up here my interest to food and beverages.

My favorite hang-out whenever the butterflies in my stomach are on war is the French Baker. I also have a lot of favorite dishes that only Mom could cook wonderfully! Now I’m kidding. hahaha! Yeah, Mom and my sister have something in common when it comes to cooking and baking. Actually only I in the family who’s not into preparing (cooking/baking) them but eating them instead! ^^

And this category is for my stomach’s contentment… my soul’s happiness… and for your eyes’ jealousy! 😀 So prepare your plates, spoons and forks for we will be dinning soon…