I just learned that Tutu means grandpa or grandma in Hawaiian language! Though when I first read the title of the recipe, I first thought of it as what I usually wear during my grade school ballet days. I was thinking of something Egyptian but then again, that's Tutankhamun, the Pharoah. What am I thinking, right? … Continue reading All you need is a Tutu-man’s Chicken on a rainy day
Squeezing some reading time in my busy week with the coolest bottle of La fiole which I found out recently. I've been trying some books outside my usual genre, so far I'm enjoying it. I wish I could finish all by the end of next week.
2 days in NYC is not enough. I fell in love with the city the moment I step foot in Manhattan. I'm always a fan of building architectures specially when there are pillars and statues (Who wouldn't by the way). Manhattan, New York offers a lot of that from 21st inspired buildings to old … Continue reading Statues, Concretes and Streets of NYC
Blending is so much fun especially when you do it everyday. I tried blending some fruits and vegetables together and make it as my meal match with hard boiled eggs! Tried mixing up strawberry, blueberry, blackberry, apple and mint! Put some honey as sweetener and some water.
Nathan Philips Square Kids and even adults are enjoying their skates. If only I'm not scared to break my knees again I would definitely try it on a negative two digit temperature. I'm amazed how they can tolerate the wind chill knowing they can feel the breeze of the cold air while skating. SKATES and … Continue reading PANORAMA: DOWNTOWN and another weird incident