Christmas is just around the corner and are we really ready to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year? Christmas season is probably one of those occasions that bring so much stress. Imagine buying and choosing countless gifts and then wrapping it all up, putting the decors all over the place making sure we’re in character with the season, and even preparing the food to serve for Noche Buena. But despite what has just been said, this is also the time where most of us, if not all, choose to make these sacrifices because it’s simply ‘CHRISTMAS.’ No more, no less.
Sangkap by celebrity chef, Raymar Reyes, is fast becoming a go to venue for Filipino food with a modern and more flavorful spin. Chef Raymar took a new approach in recreating classic Pinoy favorites from different regions in the country in one menu. The dishes he offers here give us a gateway to experiencing iconic dishes all over the Philippines.
I clearly remember that I thought of taking Fine Arts when I reach college back when I was still in elementary school. It was a childhood dream. I was the usual kid back then who loved, and still loves, watching cartoons and drawing random stuff. But as time flies, I realized that the course wasn’t really meant for me. I was destined to be someone else. Nonetheless, art has always been a part of my life. From editing photos to curating my Instagram feed. In fact, it’s an integral part of life for some people.
I had been to a lot of different cafes and am still looking for new ones because I kinda fancy being out on weekends enjoying my free time, catching up with friends, writing up for my blog or sometimes doing some work while I am enjoying a cup of coffee. Caffeine plays a great role in our daily lives. Well, for me. And you know what I mean if you are procaffeinating like me. LOL.
Before I go out of town and celebrate the Labor Day long weekend, I got to indulge with some French and Italian delight at Agape. Thanks to Jen Santana (Sand Under My Feet) for the invite! I actually had both good and bad news with my visit. Bad news because it was scheduled at the same time of 3-Day sale event of SM Megamall and the traffic was terrible that I had to park in Shangri-La. Good news is that I made it on time, or maybe a little over the agreed time. 😛