January 18, 2016 Jackie Montoya

Dine to unwind from the busy city is this place just right across Sacred Heart Shrine in San Antonio Village in Makati City. Galli Village Cafe offers Spanish-Filipino fusion of food which lets your palate travel along in a budget friendly menu. Al Fresco area Galli, was the name came from the owner’s surname, Garcia and Villongco. Which both were devotees of Sacred Heart hence, they decided to put up this hole in the wall cafe which has no pretensions just a homey vibe inside a village in the busiest part of the metro. Adorned by cute paintings, some pictures…

January 12, 2016 Jackie Montoya

Visiting Cabanatuan city will not be that extra awesome if you’re not gonna go and find this little mansion also called as Edna’s CAKELAND, inside Kapitan Pepe’s Subdivision. It is famous among the locals if you’re a bit lost just ask anyone (of the Cabanatueños) for where the Cakeland is and they’ll gladly give you directions where. You’ll know you’re already there when you see a big white house which I guess was the owner’s and long line of cars parked outside but don’t fret because, they have their own parking area across which we parked the car. Upon entering the gate,…

November 12, 2015 Jackie Montoya

AOZORA , literally means “Blue Sky”, for it can give you a heavenly feeling of authentic Japanese cuisine. The best place to dine with friends, family, or someone special if you’re looking for an awesome – as in awesome view of Taal Lake overlooking accompanied by a delightful dining experience of the first authentic Japanese restaurant atop Domicillo Design Hotel in Tagaytay. If you want to check out their menu and other photos visit my Flickr album  HERE . I am a bit worried if how I could reach the place because it was my first time to go there (by public transport). So I asked my friends…

September 2, 2015 Jackie Montoya

As I told you before I had been busy with the new business opportunity we had. So without further ado, I’d like to share with you my recipe of Oreo Fudge Bars. Simple yet yummy and sweet-tooth satisfaction guaranteed!   What you’ll need: 1/2 kilo or 500 grams White Chocolate (if you’re using a bar chop it in small pieces for easy melting) 10-15 pieces of slightly crushed Oreo biscuits (add more if desired) 1/4 cup butter 3/4 cup condensed milk Procedure: 1. Put the butter on a saucepan in low heat. Let it coat the whole pan while melting…

August 12, 2014 Jackie Montoya

Usually when I stay at home, I make my own food or drinks. In the Philippines, this summer is the hottest so far, that is why I, myself opted for something to relieve the heat, quench the thirst and beat the hot summer air. Hence, I made myself an Oreo or Cookies and Cream milkshake and gladly sharing to you what I did, so you can make your own. Here’s what you need: 1. Milk Ice Candy – but if you don’t have it–cause I just made it up, just use ice + milk (powedered/ready-to-drink. That’s it! 2. A Sundae Glass…