A loaf of bread, a centered-cut hole for the egg, and 1 tbs. of butter for a buttery taste (or olive oil is great too).
Breakfast food is one of the reason I love waking up in the morning. My wonderful aunt made me one and showed me how to make it a few years back. I remembered tasting it, and how simple it was. For me, it works well and fulfills a balanced breakfast. So, you might be wondering why I spread pesto (basil, parmesan, olive oil, and pine nuts) on it? I was inspired by a cafe who makes these called the Trails Cafe nearby Griffith park where we go for morning hikes.
My empty canning jars. Time to pickle!
Literally, food for thought.
Meet Tuna! She might look feisty, but she is the sweetest cat you’ll ever meet.
There’s so much to say about our 2 weeks trip, so I’ll make it short.
Behind the curtain, there were some rough patches, but life must go on.
Our (siblings and I) time together after many years was one of the greatest time of my life.
We adventured in the outskirts of Batangas and Tagaytay City from donkey riding with our cool sombrebros, hiking along the active crater of Taal Volcano, zip-lining, and other fun things.