Everyday Should Be Love Day


I’ve been making cupcakes like there’s no tomorrow. I set myself to the task of creating cupcakes that make me groan in goodness. I’m almost there. So the past few days feels like a red letter day where I stuff myself in cupcakes. Ha! Hope you’re enjoying yourself silly, too — with or without someone.

Happy New Year!

Have a wonderful 2011 everyone! We hope the new year will bring us all some good surprises and lots of reasons to smile. And for us here at Gourmeted.com, we’ve got more recipes in store for you. The holidays have been busy, but we can’t wait to get back to our regular posting.

Reading: Savor

Raise your hand if you’re a multi-tasker. I am, too. I think of food, recipes, page design, books to read, to-do list, grocery list, shopping list, or places to travel to during my afternoon runs, or when I’m in the train or bus. I think of what to do next when I’m experimenting in the […]

There Is No Grater Love

[Hah…that’s my lame attempt for a title.] This, my friends, is the epitome of my ability to convince myself to purchase things that are even more expensive that their non-miniaturized versions: It costs more than a Microplane zester, and more than a Microplane grater. The hilarious fact is, it took me ages to get myself […]

A note on Notes on Cooking

FoodBuzz is over and done, great experiences happened and greater memories retained.  Another great thing about FoodBuzz was the gift bags everyone was given at the show. One of the items we got, Notes on Cooking (Even cooler, it has it’s own website :p), and being a novice chef as far as industry is concerned, […]

Secret Santa Reveal

A day late and a few gifts short, I heard! Hehe. ;-) All in jest, dears. I’ve just received a gift shipped from the US before December 15. So, to my fellow Canadian participants, if you haven’t received your gifts, it just might be the postal system. So are you ready to find out who’s […]

Happy New Year!

Here’s wishing you all a Happy New Year! I hope 2010 will be a very good year for all of us. To greet 2010, my brother, sister-in-law, and I decided to cook up a traditional Filipino meal for New Year’s: pansit (noodles, for long life), lumpiang shanghai (meat spring roll), lumpiang gulay (vegetable spring roll), […]