I love banana bread. There's always been a special place in my heart (or should I say, stomach) for this piece of art since college days. So when the #EastwoodBananaFestival happened last June 30-July 2, I made sure I got a taste of The Butter Half's famous banana bread. Probably one of my favorites from … Continue reading Going bananas over The Butter Half
Note: This review contains no spoilers about the film. Sometimes, it takes one man to make the first step for everyone else to follow -- in this case, it takes one woman. The latest DC Entertainment, Inc. (DCEI) film, Wonder Woman, as you might have heard, is a vindicating experience after Batman vs Superman. After an … Continue reading Heart of Gold — The Latest ‘Wonder Woman’ Film
For Honor seemed to have done their homework on creating good stories for an RPG. The story map focuses on the 3 different classes: Knights, Vikings, and Samurai. The interesting thing though, is each chapter is interlaced with the others.
Cold weather, hot bulalo, Taal Volcano, some few of the first words famously associated with Tagaytay City – and then there's Bag of Beans. Valentine's Day is coming up, and if you're longing for a bit of time away from the city to be with your significant other, why not Bag of Beans? My first time in … Continue reading A Dewy Day in Bag of Beans
It feels like coming back home to the comfort of somewhere you've never been before.
As a pescatarian, sometimes it gets tricky to pick a place where choices of seafood and vegetables go abound. But if all else fails, I still choose to have my dose of chicken; as long as its meat isn't red, then a cheat day or two is personally acceptable. (This is me trying to justify … Continue reading Hole in the Wall: Bad Bird