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TIPS: How to Place Order from Elars Lechon in Quezon Avenue

One week ago, Carmina had pointed to Mom Violy there is a place to order her lechon. Mom Violy said, let's go there one day. Carmina was able to bring Mom Violy to  Elars Lechon . The branch we went too was in Quezon Avenue which is close by. First step is to enter in their office facility to place your order.  The person inside will ask what you would like to order. Here is their price list: What they offer for Christmas in case you're interested in it. It is very easy to place your order those who are just walking in out of curiosity. Second Step: Go outside and hand in your order at the counter where you can see the lechon in front of you being chopped up on based on the weight you've made. The lechon will be placed in a box along with the lechon sauce inside an eco-bag. Mom Violy is very happy that she was able to buy her favorite Elars Lechon. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for lechon sold at Elars Lechon. Subscribe & follow @ Carmina Lifestyle  a plac

Frozen Shrimp Gyoza and Vegetable Gyoza

There are moments you want to fill up your freezer with frozen goods. My favorite has always been gyoza. They are easy to prepare all you need is a steamer or rice cooker because it can be cooked at the same time. Just make sure you have thongs to flip them over or use the rice spoon. They don't break apart. It is up to you if you would like to fry it afterwards being steamed up. I prefer mine just steamed and eat with rice. I had also purchase their Gyoza sauce for 72.00 pesos ($1.33). Shimp Gyoza is 384.00 ($7.11) and Vegetable Gyoza for 293.00 pesos ($5.43) not including 12% vat. Ingredients in back of the package: The Shrimp Gyoza and Vegetable Gyoza both tastes good. We have no problem with the overall product. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for Frozen Shrimp Gyoza and Vegetable Gyoza purchase from Shin Mikana Farmers. Subscribe & follow @ Carmina Lifestyle  a place to look, discover and share. Thank you for your support!

Carmina's Review on Imuraya Ice Cream

Carmina was able to enter inside  Shin Mikana Farmers  located near Farmers Market, Cubao, Quezon City corner where they sell the fresh fruits. Those who love to eat Japanese food they have a restaurant on top while the grocery store is on the first floor. There is a staircase on the back to enter through and place your order with Japanese dishes from the menu. Carmina just went inside to look around and see what I can purchase. I've already seen their Facebook Page. I already knew what I was interested yet I came across from the freezer saw Imuraya Ice cream. Pick from the following  Azuki Bar Flavor, Uji Kintoki Matcha Flavor and Milk Kintoki Flavor all has red bean inside. The price is 55.00 pesos ($1.02) each ice cream. It is great because it is summer in the Philippines. I am sure there are a lot of people a fan of red bean can surely enjoy this dessert to cool them off. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for Imuraya Ice cream from Shin Mikana Farmers. Subscribe &