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This food blog has been live since April 23, and has undergone few page rank updates, but it is only now that it finally gained its little green bar and is now a PR1 food blog! Yipee!
So what’s my secret? Nothing really. Just the usual food and restaurant reviews and a few sponsoring here and there for additional backlinks and that’s it. Seriously, I didn’t think I would get a PR1 on this blog that soon, but I’m not complaining All worth the food trips and sponsorships! Yay!
Hello everyone! I miss updating this blog because I’ve been really busy with other online endeavors, so I had to do some online work to gather up some moolahs for my daughter’s upcoming tuition fee. *sob*
It’s not that I didn’t have any foodie experiences lately, in fact, I had quite a handful to share with you guys, and I’m so excited about posting them, but unfortunately, my bluetooth dongle acted up so I have to purchase a USB cable for my cellphone instead sooner or later – can’t really write a good blog post without pictures on a food blog now can I? ;)
But just a quick preview of what’s in store for this food blog, here is my list of “to blog”:
- I won GC’s from a foodie contest I joined which I posted here: I’m A Monster When I’m Hungry!
- Fried up Mashed Potato
- My experience in The Stock Market Restaurant
- I’m loving Seattle’s Best
- My experience in Presidents (A Chinese restaurant)
So I guess that’s going to be a hefty blog posts to come, I seriously need to buy that USB cable! Or better yet, I need a camera… Like really.
It’s been a while since I last treated my family something since I usually don’t have the resource to do so, but one time I was able to manage to get a few extra bucks from my online earnings and my offline business, thank God for the blessings so I was able to buy some extra treats for the family.
After I checked how my offline business was doing, I had to replenish some stocks so I went to the groceries and got the usual cup noodles, coffees, biscuits etc. After seeing that I still have some moolah on hand, I decided to buy some other things for the family.
Since my parents are fond of eating breakfast VERY early in the morning (around 4am?), I decided to buy SkyFlakes (in container) just in case they don’t feel like cooking breakfast in the wee hours of the day.
I also brought home pizza from El Bonito’s, and it was the first time my mom commended on a pizza. This box only costs Php200 and I’m really glad I got a thumbs up from my mom who rarely eats pizza. She told me she liked the crust better – unlike others that are difficult to bite into.
As for me, it’s not really a big wow, but the fact that the whole family (except my little brother who literally is VERY PICKY eater) enjoyed the treat is already good enough for me to say that it has a wow factor. My daughter had 3 freaking slices! Talk about gluttony. Yikes!
See that picture on the right? My dad couldn’t wait until I finished taking a photo of the pizza that he was already taking a slice! LOL
I can actually do this every week but I’m also saving up for quite a lot of things right now. But I’m sure I’ll be treating the family again in no time.
On our way to Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife, we stopped by Rustan’s Gateway to look for something to eat. Yes, we were dead hungry but we wanted to go cheap. So we opted for a whole chicken from Chooks to Go for less than Php 200 and I was very impressed with their Pepper Roasted Chicken (I love black pepper), plus the gravy was superb!
We ordered Rice in a Box to go with our chicken and it was a very hearty meal!
If you wish to try their chicken varieties, you can head over their website to check out their different products and store locations at http://web.chookstogo.com.ph/
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