Manang’s Chicken – ang bagong fried chicken ng Pinoy

It was 2011 when I had my first taste of the famous double deep fried crispy chicken from Manang’s Chicken. I remember that was at Mercato Centrale. What I like most about their chicken is the crunchiness of the skin and the flavor of the soy garlic sauce that just hits the spot.

Now, I’m happy that Manang’s Chicken is introducing new items on their menu. My friend Sha and I got to try their Manang’s Chips & Dips, Garlic Pork Rice Meal and Red Velvet sundae.


Manang’s Chips & Dips are all natural potato chips that are fried to golden perfection. You can choose from creamy cheese, garlic may or spicy ketchup or have all three as your dips.


Their new entree, Garlic Pork Rice Meal, gives a different twist to the boring “Pork Chop” as their version has special garlic topping. The vinegar dipping sauce is a perfect match for this treat.


Enjoy it with a choice of sides. We had buttered corn and macaroni salad.



Of course we had Manang’s Chicken double deep fried chicken. Ang sarap papakin!


We ended our meal with these… 2 cups of Red Velvet sundae. The red velvet cake at the bottom was served warm. I like how the warm cake and the ice cream mixed in my mouth. Sweeeeeeet ending.

What I like about Manang’s Chicken is that they serve food that matches the Filipino palate, the affordable meals, the size of their servings that are just right to what I pay for.

Clap, clap for Manang’s Chicken. I’ll drop by for some Red Velvet sundae one of these days. Absolutely perfect to beat the heat this summer.


Manang’s Chicken



Domino’s Pizza Buy 1 Take 1 Promo (Philippines) 2012


Let’s all pizzalebrate! Domino’s Appreciation month offers you BUY 1 GET 1 EVERYDAY! All Sizes, All Flavors.

Visit Domino’s Pizza branches now: Marvin’s Plaza, Silver City, El Molito, SM Center Las Pinas, A-venue, SM Hypermart Sucat & Retiro.

Available also for delivery services!!!

For deliveries, CALL NOW:

Marvin’s Plaza- 754 3030

Silver City- 576 3030

El Molito- 553 3030

SM Las Pinas- 519 3030

A-venue 795 3030

SM Sucat- 794 3030

Retiro- 567 303



GMA Makulay ang Buhay Photo Contest 2012 WINNERS




Congratulations to all the winners!!!

Shakey’s Prima Lasagna Bundle

I’ve been craving for lasagna since last week. Happy to find out about this promo. Wohooo! This awesome bundle is good for 5 persons and it’s only for Php 995.

Chip in Php 199 each, and you get to enjoy a large thin crust Italian Sausage, 5 pc Buddy pack Chicken n’ Mojos, a pitcher of Coke, and of course… the Prima Lasagna Platter.

Now that’s a great deal!


What are you waiting for? Stop staring at your computer screen. Go to shakey’s now.   🙂


*photo taken from shakeys facebook account

Wanna be a Model? Don’t know How? Do you have a portfolio or setcard to start with?

 Wanna be a Model? Don’t know How? 

 Do you have a portfolio or setcard to start with?

 GRAB!  PROMO TILL JULY 20.2011 only…

PortFolio: is a collection of a model’s best model photographs which are used to get fashion modelling assignments with top modeling clients


The following are some modeling portfolio tips to help you build a first rate model Portfolio.

1. Giving the client a chance to see just how you look in a variety of situations.


2. Shows the client that you have experience as an experienced model not an amateur.

3. It demonstrates your ability as a model and shows a client that you are photogenic.


Setcard or ZEd CArd  a 5r sized (only in PHIL) card that showcases your 4-5 best photos and include your personal information. It serves as your resume’ that you present to future client/agency.

. it  has the models stats (age, measurements, hair & eye colour, weight, height, clothing sizes, etc.) as well as the contact information for the agency the model is signed with.or model it self if she is a freelancer.



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Catch our FABULOUS Promo!!!


For only 500 pesos you get:

– 1 hr unlimited shots

– dvd of all high resolution photos taken during the photoshoot, saved in jpeg format

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– 3 to 4 outfit changes. Choose 4 themes (office, formal, casual, swimwear, glamour, goth, high fashion)

– guided pose-coaching/ Art Direction


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Hidden Tapsihan- Kawit, Cavite

June 12, 2011 marked the 113th year of Philippine Independence. I’m not really into history but I find it interesting to see in person the Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite. Yeah, I’m talking about that ancestral home at the back of the old 5 peso bill.

We left Cubao 4:30am and reached Kawit around 6:30, just in time for President Noy’s raising of the flag and speech. A lot of activities were set for the day such as the Bingo Bonanza and the Job & Nego Expo 2011 sponsored by Smart. I enjoyed the walking thru the food stalls to find something to grab for breakfast. I couldn’t decide what to eat; I just had a Hungarian sausage sandwich for a quick chow.

I knew the sandwich wouldn’t be enough for the whole morning so my friend and I decided to leave the park and find someplace to have lunch. We asked the locals and they told us about the Hidden Tapsihan which was just a few blocks away from the park.

There was no trace that a restaurant is located in this area except for the small orange signage. The name speaks for itself, it’s located along an alley and is indeed hidden.

Here’s the menu board of what they offer. We asked a wait staff what people usually order and that’s what we had for lunch. We sampled the tapsilog, lechon kawali with egg, and molo soup. We also had a pack of chicharon to go.


On the table:


Molo soup is a clear soup made from chicken broth; it is composed of  ground pork wrapped in molo wrapper, shredded chicken and chinese cabbage. The way they made it was simple and perfect to start the meal. For its price (Php 45), I couldn’t demand for more.

The lechon kawali with egg (Php 85) was fantastic! The skin was crackling…crunchy and pan fried into golden brown. The meat was juicy and tender. I just wish they had Mang Tomas sauce to go with it. It would’ve been perfect. The egg that came along with it was cooked sunny side up.

If you like sweet old fashioned pinoy tapa, you’ll like Hidden Tapsihan’s tapa. It’s marinated in a sweet sauce that matches the pinoy taste bud. I want a bit of spiciness in my tapa so I asked for some chili for the vinegar dip. Their tapsilog is only for Php 65. Not bad.

NOTE: Their vinegar makes the tapa “amazingly delicious”. Not so sweet, not so sour, it truly matches the tapa.

Pinoy meals at budget friendly prices is the best asset of Hidden Tapsihan. Go there for your whole day tapsilog-fix.  🙂




Hidden Tapsihan


Address:  Mascardo St. Brgy. Wakas-I, Kawit, Cavite (locals/tricycle drivers can direct you to Hidden Tapsihan)