Tibok-tibok, Kapampangan’s carabao milk pudding

Tibok tibok’s name Although this delicacy is widely sold in other parts of the country, its history traces its roots to Pampanga. It was said that its name was derived from a local term that means throbbing. According to Campampangan food historians, the locals learned to cook this dish during the Spanish colonization. Allegedly, there was a woman who was cooking this delicacy, when a … Continue reading Tibok-tibok, Kapampangan’s carabao milk pudding

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Taho, Filipino’s Tofu Dessert

Taho is a classic sweet snack in the Philippines. It is made with fresh silken tofu, amber-colored ‘arnibal’ or a syrup made with caramelized brown sugar and vanilla and translucent white sago pearls (similar to tapioca pearls). This staple comfort food is served in tiny snack-sized portions. The signature local dessert, is served warm in a 5 to 8 oz. plastic cup. It is popular … Continue reading Taho, Filipino’s Tofu Dessert

Bayahihan in the Midst of COVID19 in the Philippines

In the midst of the covid19 pandemic disease, a lot of Filipinos have risen up to the occasion and demonstrated kindness to help fellow countrymen. Many have become local heroes in their own way. This season has proven that Bayanihan is still in the core of Filipinos, despite the passing of time, and culture and technology have advanced immensely.  Good deeds caught on camera have … Continue reading Bayahihan in the Midst of COVID19 in the Philippines

Tsokolate Eh and Tsokolate Ah in the Philippines

During colonial times, the way the chocolate drink is served to you has a way of expressing how valuable a person sees you or where you belong in society. Traditionally, chocolate drinks in the Philippines have two kinds, the ‘tsokolate eh’ and ‘tsokolate ah.’ During the colonial times, people looked at Tsokolate eh as a superior drink. It is served and reserved only for the … Continue reading Tsokolate Eh and Tsokolate Ah in the Philippines

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Philippine Cities Where You Can Still Ride A Calesa

At present, there are only a few cities in PH that still have kalesa’s or better known as horse-drawn carriages. Because of its rarity, finding a calesa on the road has become special to onlookers. While some prefer modern vehicles, many still appreciate this old ride, as it is a part of heritage. Plus it adds to the charm of the place by bringing that … Continue reading Philippine Cities Where You Can Still Ride A Calesa

“Kwentong Barbero” or Barber’s Tales

Have you heard a “Kwentong Barbero”? or even encountered this local term? Back in the day, men living in small towns would go to the barber shop to have their haircut while having a conversation with their barber. Having established a good relationship with their hair cutter, some men would drop by on the shop just to pass time and chat with the barber. Since … Continue reading “Kwentong Barbero” or Barber’s Tales

Pasig Bike Share

Pasig Bike Share

Pasig City is one of the most-bike friendly cities in Metro Manila that has been implementing Bike Ordinance Advocacy. This ordinance has led to the creation of the Pasig Bike Share project, which promotes the use of non-motorized transportation. The bicycle-sharing system The system works by providing people with bicycles to use it for short trips, through a network of fully automated stations. Users can … Continue reading Pasig Bike Share

Hacienda Tour at Prado Farm Lubao Pampanga

Prado Farm and Hacienda at Lubao Pampanga

Junks can be turned into something beautiful. This is what this family-run, sustainable eco-resort and farm in Lubao can do. Suited to those who want to unwind, be inspired, or want to come up with new ideas on what to do with their junk, this is definitely the place to be. A place of transformations Its name Prado was derived from the place where it … Continue reading Prado Farm and Hacienda at Lubao Pampanga