Wiener Schnitzel XXXL

Wiener Schnitzel, Vienna’s trademark dish (yes, it’s not the Vienna sausage)…is a favorite of my kids. Traditional Wiener Schnitzel is made of veal and this is protected by law…Since the emergence of Schnitzel from pork and chicken, restaurants should identify this is their menu, thus Schnitzel from pork is Schwein Schnitzel and Schnitzel from chicken Read More


If you frequent this blog and my other blog, you probably know who Kuya O is. If not, let me introduce him again. Kuya O was a highschool senior when I was a freshman, he was the head of the whole school, so to speak, he holds the position of Student Council Chairman. He was Read More

Macarons (again)

I finally got the chance to make macarons at home. It is never always a success. I had to try a lot of times and had to experiment from a handful of recipes I gathered. There are a dozen tips and tricks given by those more experienced on perfecting macarons. Matching up the filling for Read More

Ikea, haircut and food!

Two weeks ago I accompanied an aunt to buy a cake turner from Ikea. It is inevitable not to buy when one goes to Ikea. There’s just so many things that you know will make every corner of your home beautiful. Red attracts me the most. We had one side of our living room walls Read More

Gerstner Konditorei

My son is in love with macarons. Whenever we’re out he would request for some. He loves the lemon-flavored ones in particular but he’ll eat strawberry or chocolate just the same. Saturday before Kuya O went back to Japan he met with us and took us to a Konditorei (pastry shop) in the middle of Read More

May Lee (Part 2)

^Tamagoyaki, sake and ebi sushi, sake and kappamaki Finally found these photos. I had a previous review of the place and partly of the food in May Lee, an Asian restaurant serving Japanese and Chinese dishes. It’s too obvious how I love Japanese food, I often feature them here whenever I can…and because I often Read More