Sunday, August 19, 2012

Koppicino my best buddy in Habagat Days

Two  weeks ago, most of us experience how monsoon Habagat strikes. We got stuck in the house for a week, good thing there's electricity at least we can make calls and text our love ones.  And due to cold weather, Kopiko Koppicino keep me warm and ease my nervous while thinking about what will happen next.

Kopiko Kopiccino cost Php.8.00/sachet but if you'll buy it by 10's this will only cost you Php. 75.00 or Php.77.00.  I am a coffee lover but I seldom buy local coffee especially in sachet because it triggers my hyper-acidity, but with this coffee I never experience that again. Their coffee is not that strong compare to other brands and I love that taste. But I was wondering about the choco granules, I really don't know it's purpose, it taste the same with or without the granules.

I really recommend this coffee, been drinking this for 3 months now. I love drinking this for breakfast and mirienda.

How about you? Have you tasted it?

Easy Recipe: Fried Pork Chop with thyme's

At long last nakapag post din!. Due to habagat fever, I wasn't be able to write again because of our internet connection. Since it's back again, I'll share my latest easy recipe and you only need few ingredients for this.

What you need:
  • Pork chop
  • Thyme
  • Salt and pepper

  • Spread salt, pepper and thyme to your pork chop.
  • Leave it for 5mins.
  • Fried it until cook

Hehehe... I told you its easy. This is good for pack lunch with Mang Thomas sauce. yummy..
Hope you like this guys.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Tsoko Nut Batirol's Chicken Roll and Spaghetti Aligue

These photo was taken a month ago and I just forgot to post and make a review. I've been busy again with my work and need to finalize somethings, that's why my blog is so quite for a month, but now I am back and will share more food experience again to you guys. So let me start my August with Tsoko Nut Bartirol.

Tsoko Nut Batirol is one of restaurant that you can see in Eastwood,  its a small restaurant that can accommodate 10 persons. And these are the food we usually eat here.

Chicken Roll for Php.118.00
Spaghetti Aligue Php. 115.00
Tsoko Nut Batirol was introduce by Raine one of our trainer, their food is tasty and pinoy taste will always be there. There restaurant is located at Eastwood Excelsior besides 1800 bldg.

Tsoko Nut Batiro
G/F Eastwood Excelsior, Eastwood AveBagumbayan, Quezon City