Starting next week though, I may have to consider that cooking or thinking of 365 different kinds of food would be hard on the menu planning and sometimes on the budget.
Without further introductions, here are the food items that I ate last week:
|78/365 - Blueberry Chantilly from Dr. Pearl Cooler|
I love this Blueberry Chantilly from Dr. Pearl Cooler. Last week Saturday, hubby and I decided to walk around Bulacan and also to meet with Mr. Nino Gatdula of Dr. Pearl Cooler.
I received an invite from Mr. Gatdula to attend the opening of their branch in Robinson's Metro East yesterday, however because of the flu, I wasn't able to go there. It was a sad thing, however, at least I was able to try their Blueberry Chantilly and yes, I was very satisfied with it!
And sad as it may be that I wasn't able to attend the opening, at least now I know where to go when ever I crave for a better tasting Pearl Cooler.
|79/365 - Escabeche|
And here's my favorite fish dish - Escabeche. There's nothing else to say except that hubby and I had a great time eating the fish!
|80/365 - Chicken Macaroni Soup|
I've been down with the flu for about a week. And nothing says get well soon than a bowl of warm chicken noodle soup.
|81/365 - Stir Fried Veggies with Ground Chicken|
From the left over raw vegetables of the soup and escabeche, I decided to make a very simple meal, stir fry veggies. Simple, easy to cook and it didn't need much of my taste buds which were actually dulled by the colds and flu.
|82/365 - Chicken Spaghetti|
Not my favorite kind of spaghetti - Filipino style sauce. Hubby said it was too sweet. Thank heavens I had colds that day!
|83/365 - Chocolate Cereals|
For some snacks, I decided to munch on some cereals. I prefer to eat my cereals dry just like chips instead of putting some milk in a bowl of this choco treat.
|84/365 - Roasted Chicken|
Still down with dull taste buds and fever, I decided to make another simple yet tasty meal, at least according to hubby. I marinated the chicken barbeque style but instead of grilling it, I stuck it in the oven toaster and cooked it for 10 minutes after marination. The dip, a simple lite mayo and catsup combination did the trick.