In the recent years, we have seen Red Ribbon innovate and improve its menu, and I must agree it has become better and better. New cakes are introduced every once in a while, much to the happiness of loyal customers such as myself (yipee!). Recently, Red Ribbon introduced the delightful Cookies and Cream with Oreo cake. Oh it is love!
And now Red Ribbon has come up with new ways to delight us once more – with two new and improved meals, the Salisbury Steak and the Carbonara.
I’m a pasta lover, and the all-new Carbonara is surely more delicious now than before.
The sauce is made creamier, and has more bacon bits and mushrooms. I love the real grated parmesan on top. Noteworthy is the herbed bread that has replaced the buttered garlic bread. The bread is soft and mildly savory, actually resemblant of focaccia. I think Red Ribbon’s carbonara is definitely worth giving another chance. 😀
-playing badminton with Hub and Patch. Patch was selected to represent her class in the badminton games for the school intramurals, so we play every Sunday to help her practice. It’s a welcome activity since Hub needs to lose some weight himself!
-doing the groceries. It’s therapeutic for me (and probably for millions of other women out there).
-blogging/plurking away, or, if I’m too lazy…
-sleeping off the whole afternoon. This is one luxury I can only afford on Sundays!
The past several days, Metro Manila has had really sizzling hot weather! It’s been hot, humid, sticky days. And, almost without fail, it rains in the afternoon. Sometimes it’s just a drizzle. On other days, it’s a downpour.
On hot days like these, I wish I had a pool I could dip into anytime, or at least a bath tub (with some sleek Grohe fixtures) where I could relax while cooling down… Anyhoo, back to reality (the heat is making me delirious)…
The other day, there was a heavy downpour. VGood asked if they could play in the rain. Please, please, please, pretty pleeeaase, she begged.
I said okay – she did not have to beg me much. Oh they were so happy! In my heart, I was happy watching them have fun too, kahit mababaw lang.
Sometimes, I just let them be. They’re just kids anyway. (And, oh no, it’s absolutely not true that letting kids play in the rain will make them sick. 😉 )