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Carmina's Review on Second Branch of Sundays Cafe and Restaurant in Maginhawa, Quezon City

We have friends who love to eat out and have no clue where there are places to dine.  No problem with based on my experience we can refer them to places that are reasonable prices. Carmina had tried Sundays Cafe in the branch located in Marikina. I was informed by the server they will be opening their second location sometime this year. Few days ago, Mom Violy, Carmina and some friends came with us to see the new branch of Sundays Cafe and Restaurant in Maginhawa, Quezon City. There is parking in front of the restaurant.  We walked in and noticed a sign saying it was a soft opening. The place was full yet they we're able to accompany us to our table on the ground floor. Someone working there gave us a tour upstairs where the function rooms to those having a party.  The restroom is unisex the first door has the handicap and two restroom doors for male and female to use. The two menus were handed to us one is Filipino and International food.  Next the utensils, napkins, glass water p

Bulalo Recipe

Bulalo is a dish I have asked Manang V to cook for a long time often we want our soup to have more flavor in our dish. By adding corn to our beef dish adds flavoring and becomes something you’ve craved for and from close by it will also looks like nilaga another Filipino dish. The difference from Nilaga it is cooked with beef meat and Bulalo is cooked with beef shanks with bone marrow that represent being collagen that is healthy for you. Bulalo Soup Recipe : Ingredients : 1 Kilo Beef Shank with bone and marrow (cut in chucks) 2 - Onion (quartered) 2 - Pieces Garlic (chopped) 2 - Potato (quartered) 2 - Ear of Fresh Corn (remove from husk and slice 2 inches) 1 - Tsp Peppercorns 4 - Tbs Patis (fish sauce) 1 - Small cabbage (quartered) 8 - Cup water or beef stock 2 - Beef cube  Small amount cooking oil Medium Pot Cooking Instructions: Step 1: Boil beef shank with bone and marrow for one hour in low heat add sliced onion and once meat is cooked remove the m

How to Prevent Certain People to Read What You've Post?

People tend to post things before they say something and don’t realize when they post something bad of a person they know it affects not only one person but the whole family or to that person it connects too. Sometimes we need to think ahead when we post something in our social media not only think what will affect that person we are relying on but what will other think when you post something. Sometimes when a person has hurt you so much you post things on your wall in social media you don’t realize how much it reflects to someone else. Did you know even if you post something in your own language every post can be translated in someone else’s language? So no matter whatever you post and whatever someone comments in another language it will be all translated in who speaks what so no matter whom the message relies upon they can read it too. Always watch what you say when you post because there will be a time in your life you’re affecting someone else’s feelings not the person you’

Steps Going Out of Your Home in the Philippines

Finally I was able to go out after four months to visit my mom at her place her area had allowed having family members to come and visit them. It was difficult for my mom because she is a senior citizen and people who are at the age are prohibited to go out. Since I don’t reach the age bracket I was able to visit my mom at her place and I was so excited to see her since we usually spend most of the time together to go out. I was able to see the difference what people have tried to explain to me what was so different during the time there was no covid-19. The changes I saw was that people on the street wore face mask and followed the law and regulations. I have also notice beauty salons had signs at their door only accepting appointments only and there was not that many people outside compared how it is normally is in the Philippines. There we’re more people inside their cars wearing a face mask and only having two to four people in the car. In the van I rode had a clear gla