The Food Diary is a personal food blog owned and maintained by two pure-blooded Pinoy food enthusiasts who happen to be aficionados for good food and great experiences.
Put in the variation on the dips, the dippers and even on the serving plates and bowls. Go crazier with a theme – a rainbow dip buffet, around the world or cheese feast
Naan is commonly served in Indian cuisine, alongside rice. There are a lot of different types of naans, but cheese naans work the best to cut the spiciness from the curries.
There are wonderful salads that have the potential to elevate your meals to a whole new level. So if you traditionally associate vegetables with munching on carrots or celery sticks, it’s time to rethink things with some of these awesome salads
While the esteemed reputation of Yakult has not faltered, Lacto Pafi, a homegrown brand of probiotics, has made its mark in the industry. Recently, they have expanded their coverage from health drinks to cleaning agents, fertilizers, and even personal care products, all of which boasts the utilization of organic byproducts
There are a lot more to these foods than how they look. Pinoy exotic food taste as striking as they seem and they’ll leave you wanting for more. Dont miss the adventure these recipes serve you or else you’ll be missing half of the Philippine adventure you sought for
Below are some of the new addition to the menus of Manay Maling’s, Magallanes Bar, Gemelli and City Cafe. This new set of dishes will totally change your dining experience at any Almont Resort.
Feria is truly an ideal place to relish any meal of the day and being among the top buffet restaurants in Cebu, the restaurant recently launched Themed Dinners at Feria. The themed dinners offers an array of unique and delectable international dishes that will surely brings spice and excitement to your dining experience
With the mission to invite all Filipinos to a whole new level of bread experience, Kambal Pandesal is truly more than a typical Filipino bakery.
Candiez Café definitely delivers on its promise to be a comfy and chic café with great food. What’s even better is that their prices only range from 150php to 300php only! Definitely a must-visit when you go to Mandaue City!
What complete fun to participate in a food fest, enjoy different culinary skills and revel in the cooking and relishing of great food! When you add plenty of entertainment and fun activities to the pot, it becomes one tasty stew you don’t want to miss. Here are the 7 biggest food festivals in the world; don’t forget to mark them in your calendar!