Photo #56: February 25
Mandi’s Grill Grub really knows my weakness! No matter how busy I am with work, I will find time for SHRIMPS! These are bathed in hoisin sauce and lots of chopped chili, along with three kinds of mushrooms (shitake, black fungus, and another). Aaaaand the garlic rice that came with it? Ahhh divine! A perfect meal on this 13-hour work day!
Photo #35: February 4
A seafood monster was spotted earlier at Mandi’s Grill Grub. It voraciously devoured fish sarciado, giant freshwater shrimps (ulang), and spicy blue crab. It wasn’t afraid to get its hands dirty…
p.s. the monster’s fictional, but the food’s real! Catch them while you can!!!
Photo #85: March 25
Tawilis on a Good Friday. Fish be with you!
Photo #301: October 28
Yey for friends who give you food! Thank you for this, Martina! This homemade spicy tuyo came all the way from Bacolod! The tuyo is already shredded, so it’s much easier to eat compared to other gourmet tuyo brands. Best paired with newly cooked rice! I find it a bit pricey, though, at P200 a can, and you’ll need to pay for the shipping cost as well. Ah well, when you or someone you know is in Bacolod, make sure to buy a can or more! 😀
Photo #212: July 31
I was supposed to eat Good Shepherd’s gourmet tuyo on its own, but when I sampled a piece, I knew this had to be eaten with RICE. It’s so good, as in “tirik mata” good! It has vinegar, garlic, black pepper, siling labuyo, and oil. Argh ang sarap, promise! Better buy a jar or more (P120/jar) whenever you’re in Tagaytay (not sure if they have this in Baguio).