I am an absolute chicken lover. #ChickenIsLife talaga for me, especially now that I stopped eating rice haha! And I super love Korean chicken. Yung legit ha. Bonchon kasi is too fastfood haha! I started loving Korean chicken way before I watched Kdramas. Lately ko lang nalaman na nagde-deliver pala si Kim Bok Joo at si Cha Eun Sang ng friend chicken. In case you don’t know, chicken and beer is very popular in South Korea. I did a little research and they call it Chimaek. According to Wikipedia, Chimaek (Korean: 치맥) is a compound word formed from Chicken and Maekju, the Korean word for “beer”. It refers to a combination of chicken (usually fried or spicy) as Anju and beer served around evening in many South Korean restaurants, including a number of specialized chains.
Jeff and I got married five years ago, in April 20, 2012, after dating for only a year and a half years. Although many people were happy for us, some were thinking that we’re a joke. Well, joke’s on them now haha!
I’ve been meaning to write about this for quite a while already, but I thought it isn’t my story to tell. Something pushed me to write this today, so here I am. (Hey, I got permission to write this so..)
A few days ago, I had a short heart to heart talk with my husband. I had a confession to make.
I’m sure this is every salted egg chips addict’s question. Where can you actually find curry leaves in Manila? Or in the Philippines?
It makes me wanna buy something more when I get a good view of their products. So being a mompreneur, I also take time to have good photos of my products because I’d like my clients to have a good look of what they’re purchasing. Words can’t solely do that.