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2019 Project 365, Day 222: Mommylyn’s Kitchenette Marikina

Photo #222: August 10

Had a productive day as I taught for a few hours, did some chores, took a nap, studied something new for work, entertained a potential car buyer, and bought some groceries. On the way home from the supermarket, I came across Mommylyn’s Kitchenette along Gen. Ordoñez St. (in front of San Ramon Hospital). According to the owner, they’ve been open for almost 3 months now, and their menu changes almost every day. They have an air-conditioned dining area, and it’s pretty comfy and homey! For tonight, I tried their beef caldereta and chicken adobo, and I’ll definitely come back for more! Hooray for foodie gems like these in Marikina! 😍😋🤤

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2019 Project 365, Day 221: Friday Food

Photo #221: August 9

Rainy Friday hits: Kimchi from Tita Adah’s Homemade Eats + BBQ chicken balls & cabbage rolls w/ chicken from Mamshie Ulam Delivery! 😀

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2019 Project 365, Day 216: Zab’s Takoyaki Marikina

Photo #216: August 4

Before going to Japan for the first time last year, my favorite Japanese food was sashimi. I still like that, but after trying Gindaco’s #takoyaki and making our own #okonomiyaki in Japan, they topped my list, along with Nagasaki’s kakuni manju (steamed pork bun). I haven’t been to Osaka, but that is definitely one of the places I plan to visit in the future because people there are known to be jolly, plus their takoyaki & okonomiyaki are said to be the best. For now, though, ZAB’S food is enough to satisfy my cravings! Tastes like Japan! 

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2019 Project 365, Day 214: Zab’s Okonomiyaki

Photo #214: August 2

Had some Japanese food delivered from a new dining establishment. Ahhhhh this picture doesn’t give ZAB’S okonomiyaki justice! It’s chunky, flavorful, and has BACON! I will eat there next time for better pictures of their food (I also tried their takoyaki, but I was too hungry to take pics 😅)! Tastes like Japan! 😂🇯🇵

You can find them at Calle Lila along Lilac St. They don’t have any minimum requirement for deliveries; just pay the applicable delivery fee. Oh, and they accept BPI transfers, too! 👌🤤

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2019 Project 365, Day 213: The Mastermind Hub Coworking Space

Photo #213: August 1

Power interruption at around 3:40 pm: laptop at 70%, pocket Wi-Fi at 100%. I had a class until 5:25, but thankfully the last student was absent. I had just 35 minutes to find a way to conduct my 6-11:55 pm classes! Google led me to The Mastermind Hub Coworking Space, just 5 or so minutes away from my house! HUHU SAVIOR!!!! First time to use a co-working space, and I’m so relieved!!! What a way to start a new month! Jusmiyo!!! BETTER THAN COFFEE!!!!

p.s. yey for unli coffee, water, and Internet!!!

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2019 Project 365, Day 160: Roberto’s SM Marikina

Photo #160: June 9

Belated treat for the boyfriend’s birthday! He was in Canada last June 1, so we couldn’t celebrate. Sorry I couldn’t think of any gift, dear. Kaya pagkain na lang, hehe welcome home! 

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2019 Project 365, Day 158: Crazy Ramen Marikina

Photo #158: June 7

Another ramen place opened just recently in my neighborhood: Crazy Ramen (Panorama corner Lilac). Apparently, it is also owned by the same people behind Crazy Katsu along Lilac. Not the best ramen I’ve tasted, but it’s good enough. Currently, they have only 4 variants: shoyu (soy sauce), tonkotsu (pork bone), miso, and this one, hiyashi chuka (cold – with some sweet/salty sauce). Itadakimasu! 

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