2017 Project 365, Day 52: Max’s Pork Sinigang

Photo #52: February 21

Satisfied another indulgent sinigang craving. Indulgent because it’s from Max’s. I was supposed to order from a Lilac Street restaurant, but apparently they have a certain time period for it, so I ended up Googling “sinigang delivery in the Philippines.” Although a bit expensive – their minimum for delivery is P500 – I’m glad to have added Max’s in my list of dining establishments that accept online credit card payments. 😀



2017 Project 365, Day 32: Pickled Mangoes

Photo #32: February 1

My Mandi’s Grill Grub family spoils me with so much good food!!! 😀 Thank you for these mouthwatering pickled mango strips!!! UGH SO DELISH! It’s difficult to stop eating them!!! Just saying “pickled mangoes” tickles my taste buds!!! ❤ ❤ ❤



2017 Project 365, Day 28: Deconstructed Kare Kare

Photo #28: January 28

Say hello to one of Mandi’s Grill Grub‘s latest offerings: deconstructed kare-kare! It has crispy pork pieces on a bed of eggplant, pechay, and sitaw, plus a generous amount of uber yummy bagoong rice! Ahhhhh! This also comes with 2 drinks, but Leo and I agree that an order can feed 3 people. Everything is just P480! Visit them along Lilac ASAP!!! 😀



2016 Project 365, Day 259: Aloot Foods Pork Embutido

Photo #259: September 15

I am not a fan of embutido primarily because it usually has raisins, so I was pleasantly surprised to find only 3 pieces of raisins in Aloot Foods‘s pork embutido! Thanks for tonight’s dinner.



2016 Project 365, Day 248: Aloot Foods Longganisa

Photo #248: September 4

Many thanks to Aloot Foods for sending some goodies all the way from Koronadal! I tried these babies first, longganisa! They come in garlic and sweet variants, which are both good, but Leo and I both enjoyed the former more. These aren’t as oily nor as salty as the famous Vigan longganisa! We also think they’re not as fatty and are best paired with hot rice, some spicy vinegar, and fresh tomatoes! Breakfast food for dinner, yum!!! 😀