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FETTUCCINE WITH MANILA CLAMS

FETTUCCINE WITH MANILA CLAMS

WHILE at work, I got a phone call from my good friend-slash-officemate Rose asking me if I could possibly cook for her Italian pasta with Manila clams.
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“GONE CRAZY, BE BACK SHORTLY”

“GONE CRAZY, BE BACK SHORTLY”

PARDON me. I was on a temporary sojourn. Between traveling and eating, I got roped into hundreds of different things that a normal human being deems important in life.
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DIVINE DIM SUMS

DIVINE DIM SUMS

JUST the other day, I felt a pang of guilt for not having blogged sooner about my favorite Chinese Restaurant in the whole wide world. How on earth have I forgotten Hung To when in fact, my husband and I have been coming here every other week ever since we stepped foot in San Francisco some few years ago? Shame on me!
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BEAUTIFUL BAHRAIN By Shirley Dela Cruz-Sison

BEAUTIFUL BAHRAIN By Shirley Dela Cruz-Sison

First Day

YOU haven’t felt the heat unless you’re in the Middle Eastern desert. That was the first thing that came into my mind the minute I stepped out of the air-conditioned airport in Manama, the capital city of the Kingdom of Bahrain (or Bahrain, for short) and into the searing summer heat outside to meet my husband, Joel. Our reunion, as expected, was warmer than the heat outside if I may say so.
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CLASSIC MARYLAND CRAB CAKES

CLASSIC MARYLAND CRAB CAKES

OUR recent trip to Las Vegas was indeed full of surprises – good surprises! The first surprise (at least to me) was a dinner reservation made by my husband at Gallagher’s Steakhouse in New York-New York Hotel Casino. We miscalculated our schedule (perhaps due to my excitement) and arrived at the restaurant way too early for our 7:30 p.m. reservation.
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THE PALACE OF FINE ARTS

THE PALACE OF FINE ARTS

IF circumstances were just a little friendlier to me not so many years ago, I could’ve been an architect. Or a sculptor perhaps. Not that I’m complaining for I couldn’t be any happier with what I’m into right now.
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Restaurants in Las Vegas

LAS Vegas takes pride of its diverse food culture. It is a melting pot of the crème de la crème of the culinary world offering cuisine from Asian to Mediterranean to European and more. Endless buffets and brunches are also famous in Vegas.
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Area Attractions in Las Vegas

DIFFERENT attractions are in store for visitors and locals alike. Most of these attractions are free and open to the public. Check out the list below and plan your tour accordingly.
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Tours in Las Vegas

EXPLORE Las Vegas by land or air. See the entire city and its surrounding areas on a helicopter or take an off-road trip through the desert of Nevada.

Tour companies are handful. Call them for further information about these tours.
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Museums in Las Vegas

DIFFERENT attractions are in store for visitors and locals alike. Most of these attractions are free and open to the public. Check out the list below and plan your tour accordingly.
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