Sbarros Love Affair

Years ago.... yes years ago... before I decided to focus on my craft a.k.a the I-can't-eat-fancy-food days of my life I often eat out with someone to restaurants ranking a lot higher than my all time favorite Jollibee. Our favorite restaurant of choice is not even that fancy, what is it? Sbarros!

An Italian eatery that aims to deliver fresh italian food served hot can be found to most if not all malls around the metro Sbarros offers fresh Italian cooking that you can really taste with every bite.

I am glad that my newest food buddy, Bab, liked Sbarros. She ordered my usual Chicago deep dish which forced me to order another pizza! hahaha! But she was nice enough to let me get a bite of her pizza. 

As for me I ordered the Chicago white. Both pizzas are deep with meat, cheeze and whole lot of lovin Italian stuff.

I like eating my Sbarros pizza with lots of herbs like Oregano and Basil that gives it a little more sweetness. 

I am happy to have met Bab, I now have a food buddy to tag along with on my food adventures and for sure you'll see more of her soon. 

Stay tuned for our next project coz we are going Chinese!

Rainy Weather Food: Champorado

Who would not think of not eating rice porridge on a rainy day like this? Tell me? Uhmmm maybe foreigners (non-SEA) who's staple food is not rice? ey? Well yeah I guess so. But us, as Filipinos rice has and will always be a part of our diet as some would say it they wouldn't feel satisfied unless there is rice. How crazy are we about rice? Some foreigners would ask... well we eat it in the morning, lunch and dinner oh yeah also during snacks! But of course Tsampurado comes from our galleon trade heritage when we traded with Mexico and we wouldn't be pinoys if we don't make it our own, and then the Champorado was born!

Here's what inspired me to do this article... Champorado our neighbor gave us :)

I don't really know how to cook this so I did some research about it. Here's a video of how to do it. This video that I found was done by a filipino abroad so our friends out there would know what other alternative ingredients they can use.  For pinoy out here just replace the cocoa powder with our local one.

Now you know how to cook Champorado do the same pinoy thing that you should do, Share it!