Well hello, dessert and food monsters! I know I have promised the release of Dessert Darling for 2012, but alas! I am in the mood for some blogging. I hope this gets you, yes you, my lovely reader, in the mood to get some writing done as well.
I know, I know. This is not a HOW TO post, unfortunately. But we'll come to that in due time. Since life is about experience, let me share my life experience with you as well. My life with my family and our love of food and other things.
It was a good day, although the morning (yesterday, since I am writing this at 4 AM) had started with a rough start. I am back and now in the mood to take pictures of pretty things and what I love most, food.
The hubhub, my love of my life, and myself had gone all the way to Ortigas to run some errands. And have dinner while we were at it, at this tiny store named "Kimbob" at St. Francis Square, beside the huge outlet for Daiso. I had initially wanted to try out their korean ice cream since my cousin, Ate (a term of endearment to say to someone older than you) Torose loved them. But hearing our stomachs grumbling and mumbling, we took it as a sign to have dinner as well.
If you had spend daily life with li'l ol' me, you would probably know that I have been dying to try out Ramen. I meant, the real deal, and not the packaged ones you could buy at the groceries. And Kimbob's ramen was yummy, although too spicy for me. Not to put you off, we were accidentally given the spicy bunch, when we have really ordered the mild type. But for someone who does not like spicy food, I've enjoyed this one.
We've ordered an additional Beef Bulgogi, with the vegetables and egg. The vegetables were flavorful, in fact, I had enjoyed eating them better than the beef. The thing to it is that you have to take some beef, and add some of the vegetables with the rice and it is much much better than eating them one by one. Ofcourse, it could be just me.
We had to order two servings of Iced Tea, because of how spicy the ramen was. We were literally sweating!
Korean Ice cream is slightly different than the usual ones we have here in our country. The pinipig that the mister had ordered had the usual chocolate & pinipig (which tasted very much like real nuts) coating... but when you take a bite out of it, you could see the vanilla filling, which is usual here. And, wait for it... another chocolate filling inside the vanilla one. It won him over. Unfortunately, we had devoured it before realizing that we were not able to take pictures.
But being the slow ice cream eater that I am, I had brought the Melona Strawberry I was eating all the way to Megamall. And here is a photo of me with it! Haha! Don't mind my pimples. :P
Aaaand here's a little outfit of the day.
Long polo dress: thrifted | The Ramones Band Shirt, Hubby's | Pale Blue Shorts, Landmark | White Heart Bag, thrifted
Look at these boots. Finally got to have a pair of awesome buckled boots, after I had to sell the platform (non-buckled) boots I had before.
We only had a few moments left before we needed to come back home, but we just had to double check whether the Anita Blake comics were still on sale at the nearest Comic Quest. Of course, being the Anita collector that I am, I had to buy all the ones I didn't have a copy of yet. For P200, they were a steaaal.
Aaaaand, to end the day right. Milk Tea. Its like a habit whenever we go out.
So, how about you? Any food adventures you've got up your sleeve? Comment me with your blog's link, I am always open to making new friends.
See you next time!