• Mango Festival At SM City Bacolod

    The Philippines is known for its world-class mangoes. I can say with confidence that a lot of Filipinos and foreigners alike go gaga over this sweet, mouth-watering fruit. It is also a fact that mangoes from Guimaras Island are the sweetest in the world. From April 11 to 17,...

  • 30th Negros Trade Fair: Truly Negros #NTF30AtGlorietta

    The Negros Trade Fair (NTF) is something that a lot of people look forward to, not just those who lived and are living in Negros. Considered as one of the top 3 fairs to visit in terms of art, culture, and design, it is also the longest running provincial...

  • A Taste Of Quan’s New Sugar Free Delicacies

    I have become fond of eating native delicacies ever since my fellow bloggers and I were invited last year by Quan Native Delicacies at their Quan La Salle Avenue branch. Their wide variety of yummy delicacies like pandan flavored cassava cake, suman latik, alupi, kalamay hati, napoleones, sausage rolls,...

  • Merzci SM-North Bacolod Grand Re-Opening

    Merzci (Merci Pasalubong) re-opens branch at SM City Bacolod Since we Filipinos are fond of eating, it’s a must that we give our loved ones “pasalubong” every now and then. At the forefront of this food industry is Merzci, a family business that started in 1995 under the name...

  • A Fun Afternoon At Quan Native Delicacies

    Quan Native Delicacies — House of your all-time favorite native delicacies Quan is the name associated with traditional native delicacies that had its origin 20 years ago. Established in Bacolod City by the mother and daughter team of Agnes Cuenca and Chole Cuenca-Chua, Quan Native Delicacies already has seven...