‘Tis the season to be jelly! That’s right, and it’s gotta be strawberry jelly! In case you’re planning to visit Baguio, now’s the right time to experience it’s cool weather. You’ll also be able to witness the Panagbenga Festival that’s being held this whole month of February! And if it’s Baguio, it means cheap strawberries! […]
My son and I have a love-hate relationship with peppermint and extra sweet treats. We adore them. Impulsively buy them. But afterwards we’ll just ignore and cast them aside 🙄 Love And Hate For Peppermint Yael always asks us to buy peppermint lollipops. I know that he doesn’t like to eat it but will […]
We know it’s already mango season when our neighbor starts bringing bags of mangoes to our house. FREE mangoes! We’re lucky to live in a village adorned with mango trees. And we’re lucky that our neighbors are generous to share their fruits! Sadly, there were many mango trees, big and old (including our 20 year-old tree), were annihilated […]
There are days when you’re itching to make a dessert but you’re just too lazy to measure ingredients, too lazy to hold a mixer and too lazy to turn on the oven. Especially on a gloomy weather, you just want to sit and enjoy a plate of sweets like without a care in the world. […]
Here is the last recipe for my Valentine’s Day Treat series. It’s a no-bake dessert this time. Woohoo! 🙌 By the way, these are made from the leftover ganache of my Valentine’s Day Cake. I’m The Recycle Queen after all. 👸 Do you want to confess
Last time, we talked about being sentimental about old belongings, scrap and leftovers, and how I turned the leftover oat flour into peanut butter cups. Even so, I was left with one more cup of oat flour. So the revamping continues…
Are you the “I can still use this so I won’t throw this yet” type? The person who finds trash a treasure? Me and my Dad are very sentimental when it comes to letting go of things (I still keep my 10-year old stuff in a safe box).