Looking back at my photos for 2014, I realized that there were quite a number of gastronomic adventures I wasn’t able to write about in this blog. As the year draws to a close and it is still the season of eating, my yearend post might as well have to be about food!
The low pressure area prevailing over the Visayas and Mindanao region had made the seas more wavy than the usual making our trip from Tagbilaran to Cebu much, much longer. The rains had not stopped either, but our spirits weren’t dampen.
I had some “unsettled business” with my previous visit to Cebu just this January and never did I thought that a bit more than two months later, I’d be back to settle the score. For this second Cebu visit for the year there were still some new things I got to try. Let’s start the…
One of the best feelings after doing a marathon is “guilt-free” eating! After burning thousands of calories, you practically have the right to eat anything you want, and given this fact and we were in Cebu, one of the best ways to get back those lost calories is with Cebu’s famous Zubu Chon Lechon!