I know I’ve been posting about this free chat app for a while, but its really what I use to stay connected with some of my closest friends. We even have a small foodie group chat there too, where we plan all our upcoming food trips and whatnot. Recently they launched a new version for the app, and packs awesome new features that I personally like.
A while back my social media feed was filled with this seemingly awesome dish, it was really like a match made in heaven; of sinful bagnet bits that I really, really like and an abundance of plump shrimps in a rich paella base. Then came a series of blog posts from some of the bloggers I admire, whose discerning palates I respect and value, and with these much raving recommendations this very dish has been on my bucket list of must-try ever since. Paella made even more awesome with these crazy chunks of the beloved crispy pork dish.
BAGNET PAELLA – Truly a unique creation by Chef Chin Gallegos of Pio’s Kitchen, a small hole-in-the-wall type place in Quezon City that offers private dining services and offers an extensive menu filled with food of Spanish and Mediterranean origin. Read the rest of this entry →
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How important are your friends / family to you? I’ve been blessed to have met a lot of wonderful people in my life, friends from college that I value like my second family, and now new foodie friends that have been my support group to recent decisions and one of the sources of the euphoric state that I am in right now. Now being constantly connected with them has become very important to me; from keeping me posted on our travel plans and next food trip destinations, to the more personal stuff, and for this I’ve been using WeChat, as most of my closest friends have been fond of the app, I decided to join in to and we’ve been using the chat app to keep in touch ever since.