….when we are old and our bodies look like melting ice cream.
Lora by Lora. x
Imagine cooking pancakes and dancing at 2am with the love of your life.
I am not English but every once in a while I love treating myself to these tender, moist and absolutely wholesome scones. They are perfect for breakfast or a tea-time snack.
I have tried different scones recipes and I must say this one is a keeper. It has the right amount of everything. Not too sweet, not too buttery and requires just a handful of ingredients.
I have a sweet tooth so I always find myself adding scoops of raspberry jam or honey. Read more
Salcedo Village is flourishing in the food scene with its varied lineup of coffee shops, bars, and cute little hole-in-the wall eateries. La Crêperie is yet another addition to one of my favorite places to eat in the neighborhood.
The boys and I are back to our day to day routine. They are out and I am back in my little kitchen trying out new recipes. Keeping it healthy and interesting. I was inspired by She Loves Biscotti to bake these cookies. They are delicious, not too sweet, easy to make and requires very less ingredients. She Loves Biscotti has amazing Italian inspired recipes that I am looking forward to recreate at home. If you are also in need for some inspiration this 2019 be sure to swing by her blog and try out her recipes. Read more
Rockwell is my favourite neighbourhoods in Metro Manila especially now when streets have been decorated in the holiday spirit.
One of the many reasons we love Salcedo village is its proximity to cozy cafes, bars and restaurants.
”Affogato”, an Italian word that basically means ”drowned” is an Italian coffee-based dessert. It usually takes the form of a scoop of vanilla or fior di latte gelato or ice cream topped or “drowned” with a shot of hot espresso. Read more
If you are a looking for a moist, delicious and easy banana bread recipe that will make you go bananas, then you are on the right page. With only a handful of ingredients, this whips up in no time. Read more