Breakfasts are always a challenge for me, especially since we’ve stopped eating processed meats such as commercial longganisa, tocino, and hotdogs. (Once in a while, we indulge in Spam, just because it’s so damn yummy. Hehe.) Our kitchen experiments have led us to the versatile omelet recipe.
Omelets are quick, easy and healthy breakfast ideas with endless possibilities. You can turn almost anything edible into an omelet. While I was growing up in Baguio, potato omelet and sayote omelet were staple breakfasts. During summer, onions and tomatoes were in season, so Dad would whip up omelets made of them. The omelet recipe is so versatile! Continue reading Omelet recipe: cheese, mushroom and basil
A friend, Ria, and I met up a few days ago for lunch at Nomnomnom Happy Food. (Her treat, yay!)
I’ve probably passed by Nomnomnom a thousand times because it’s in my route going to the kids’ school. The first time I saw the signage, I remember thinking “what kind of a name is that?” At the same time, it stirred curiosity to find out what it was all about.
Nomnomnom Happy Food has an unassuming appearance from the outside. The ambiance inside, however, is cozy and quaint, with a lot of quirky points of interest.
I love the walls of frames, bird houses, the “something good” mural. My favorite and the happiest detail to me is the wall with wooden-clipped photos.
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