Scrambled Eggs and Anchovy

"Bon" was unanimously declared the new head chef of "Villa Palawena" last night. He showcased his cooking prowess when he bested me and the former Kitchen Queen, Chonette. Thanks to his pinakbet that put him to the highest post in the villa.

This morning, as i was dozing myself to stay in bed longer, the aroma of his scrambled eggs and anchovy greeted me with open arms. Their aroma just technically woke me up as if commanding me to stand up. 

Our breakfast was superb and way better than yesterday. I think he is putting something to make his dishes tasty and there is a technique that needs to be followed. With that magic (lol),  I'm sure he has a long way ahead of him. Anyways, his scrambled eggs and anchovy can also be of help to put himself higher than his post to date hehe.


Veggies for Tonight

A new friend who just arrived from the Philippines cooked a tasty lunch dish called "Pinakbet". The word pinakbet or pakbet originated from the northern regions of the Philippines specifically in Ilocos. It's a combination of string beans, squash and eggplant to name a few.

As i have said, his pakbet was tasty that triggered me to make a food blog and named it Scrumptious Foodies (thanks for giving me a wonderful idea "BON"). It also matched the weather today when again, winter is being experienced in a Thai summer. I am sure that the temperature dropped significantly today as it is been raining for almost two days now. 

So, just before i go for my evening stint at a language school, i put it on a plate and started shooting.

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