2019 Project 365, Day 18: Hearty Soup

Photo #18: January 18

Waking up to 22/23 degrees these past few days warrants some hot, filling soup. It doesn’t look much, but this mushroom-potato soup with Spam is the bomb! 



2018 Project 365 Day 239: Noodle Soup

Photo #239: August 27

I really love the last week of a month because it’s when I can do some cooking! I wanted this to be more like shabu-shabu, but it ended up like noodles with a bit of soup in it. =p It still tastes good, though, as I didn’t scrimp on the ingredients. However, in the future, I’ll make sure to use a bigger pot so I could have more soup. 😀



2018 Project 365 Day 229: Happy Tummies

Photo #229: August 17

Meet-ups with the besties warrant delicious food, and of course, our happy place, Mandi’s Grill Grub, never fails to wow our tummies. 



2018 Project 365 Day 222: Camto Tendon Noodles

Photo #222: August 10

One of the new items on Mandi’s Grill Grub menu is camto tendon noodles, and my sister & I absolutely enjoyed it!!! I actually tried their camto soup with rice last week, but I prefer the one with noodles because the soup’s creamier! Perfect for the rainy season! 



2017 Project 365, Day 22: Nilagang Ribs

Photo #22: January 22

I’ve been feeling unwell since before 1 pm. A lot of friends, including a doctor, said it’s a case of food poisoning. Thank you for all the advice, guys! I would also like to thank my very thoughtful Mandi’s Grill Grub family for making some nilagang ribs for me, huhuhu I feel so loved!!!    And of course, thank you to my personal nurse, Leo, for getting all the stuff I need just so I could hopefully be well by tomorrow. I plan to teach while sitting; I feel so tired, but at least the fever has subsided, while the puking has stopped.




2016 Project 365, Day 336: Lobster Ball Hot Pot

Photo #336: December 1

My food for the first few days of December: haphazardly cooked hot pot with lobster balls, vermicelli noodles, mushrooms, mozzarella cheese, and lots of black pepper! It’s okay tasting, but not as yummy as my first hot pot. This one lacks a binding ingredient that would make all the flavors work together. I rectified it a bit by adding some homemade chili oil from an aunt. Yummers! 😀