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Here are some of the blog posts we’ve extracted from Man Make Coffee – can’t get enough of them. Such an inspiration.
“Good morning world! Today is the last day of a 3 day strategy workshop I’ve been in. What that really means is that despite being in the beautiful Luxembourg countryside, all I’ve seen is the inside of a conference room. But this great shot by @_jennypang_ reminds me that there is light at the end of this tunnel. And that’s the fact that early tomorrow morning I fly to Amsterdam to explore its coffee scene. I’ve had great recommendations from you & I plan to tick all those boxes. For now though, let me get ready for a third day in a poorly ventilated conference room.” -Man Make Coffee
I like visiting coffee shops when they’re quiet. When there isn’t a mad rush of customers. ‘Cos there’s a better chance I may be able to chat to the barista. And when I do, it’s always an education. I learn something new about coffee each time. And sometimes I even make a new friend. Next time you pop in to get a coffee and it’s quiet, do more than just place your order. Ask about the coffee, the barista’s recommendation for the best way to drink it or something as simple as how there day’s been going so far. Trust me, the coffee will taste a whole lot better when you do. This awesome shot by @stnguyenn at @fourbarrelcoffee. -Man Make Coffee
Sisig is most definitely famous being served in Pubs, restobars and karaoke houses for Pinoys. Served sizzling hot on a pan, add a squeeze of calamansi (lemon), then a little soy sauce and hear the sound of temptation to dive in your Sizzling Sisig.
Sisig was first written in a Kapampangan dictionary in the 17th Century. The literal meaning of sisig is “nibbling on something sour” or “salad”. Sometimes it refers to any fruits- unripe fruits which are dipped in salt and vinegar. A perfect example for that in the famous Filipino street fruit snack the “Hilaw na mangga” or unripe mango which is served with chili powder, vinegar and salt. Do you think we could call it “Sisig Manga?”
There are variations of Sisig Dishes. It includes Chicken, Octopus, Hotdog, Gambas, Tanigue, Pork Belly, Corned Beef, Pork Belly, Mushroom and many more.
Sizzling Sisig Recipe:
An appetizing version of sisig is the sizzling crispy sisig. The pork belly is crispy fried until golden brown and chopped into small pieces. Then you will make a roux (see recipe below for details) and add in the vegetables and the crispy pork. Put it in the sizzling plate and presto! You have a sizzling super crispy sisig to enjoy! Great for picnics, swimming or outings this summer.
To cook sizzling crispy sisig: Boil pork liempo with salt, garlic and whole black pepper in water for approximately 45 minutes or until tender. Fry the boiled liempo until crispy and cut into desired size. In another pan, melt the butter and add the flour. Stir until flour turn light brown. Add water and pork bouillon, and adjust to desired consistency. Toss together crispy liempo, minced onion, green bell pepper and mushrooms.
The Wallberry Restaurant + Bar will be serving you entree’ which will definitely make your taste buds crave for.
For the meantime, Let’s talk about PASTA!
Most of the Filipinos nowadays have this instant urge to eat pasta and believe it or not, most of them are the so-called “millenials. You know, disregarding rice on their meal and replacing with eye-catching, deliciously prepared PASTA!
Pastas are traditional Italian Cuisine set as a staple food. Pasta is typically a noodle made with unleavened dough or durum wheat flour. Traditional pastas which are hand made has this unique taste compared to the ones who are machine manufactured. But you know, if it’s pasta, then count me in!
Here’s a little reference we stitched made easy for you to read:
Both dried and fresh pasta come in a number of shapes and varieties, with 310 specific forms known variably by over 1300 names having been documented. In Italy the names of specific pasta shapes or types often vary with locale. For example, the form cavatelliis known by 28 different names depending on region and town. Common forms of pasta include long shapes, short shapes, tubes, flat shapes and sheets, miniature soup shapes, filled or stuffed and specialty or decorative shapes. As a category in Italian cuisine, both fresh and dried pastas are classically used in one of three kinds of prepared dishes. As pasta asciutta (or pastasciutta) cooked pasta is plated and served with a complementary sauce or condiment. A second classification of pasta dishes is pasta in brodo in which the pasta is part of a soup-type dish. A third category is pasta al forno in which the pasta incorporated into a dish that is subsequently baked.
Pasta is generally a simple dish, but comes in many varieties due to its versatility. Some pasta dishes are served as a first course in Italy because the portion sizes are small and simple. Pasta is also prepared in light lunches, such as salads or large portion sizes for dinner. It can be prepared by hand or food processor and served hot or cold. Pasta sauces vary in taste, color and texture. When choosing which type of pasta and sauce to serve together, there is a general rule regarding compatibility. Simple sauces like pesto are ideal for long and thin strands of pasta while tomato sauce combines well with thicker pastas. Thicker and chunkier sauces have the better ability to cling onto the holes and cuts of short, tubular, twisted pastas. The extra sauce left on the plate after all of the pasta is eaten is often mopped up with a piece of bread.
Juice up your week start with some of our dedicated brewed coffees off the hook specially made to cover up your week long battle at work!
Well, here is the thing. There are three types of coffee lovers in the world. Don’t get me wrong but they are 1. Morning Coffee Drinkers 2. Afternoon Coffee Drinkers and 3. Evening Coffee Drinkers. Don’t you fret you guys! We serve every hour to satisfy your basic needs!
Meanwhile, we’ve pinned something for you.
5 Great Coffee Blogs to settle your morning tables:
From Drinks Serious Eats Dot Com
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This is the post excerpt.
Looking forward to serve you with the best that you deserve! The Wallberry Restaurant + Bar will be opening soon in Surallah, South Cotabato!
If you are on your way to Lake Holon, Lake Sebu or maybe in Marbel, please do stop by at our restaurnt at RES Bldg Crossing Curva Surallah, South Cotabato 9512 or you can contact +63956 365 3005 for more info!
See you soon!