Christmas can truly be one of the most taxing times of the year. Malls are full, the streets are heavily crowded, and preparing food for a huge family takes long hours of preparation. If you’re the one who will prepare the family’s Noche Buena, help yourself make things easy by downloading the Perfect Christmas Dinner app!
Ironwulf said: Food is very much part of travel and each destination offer its distinct food fares. As part of our contribution to a growing food community and as a means to share the rich food culture of different places we visited, we thought of creating a separate blog dedicated to food we stumbled upon which we found worth sharing.
We are neither culinary experts nor food gourmands. We are ordinary people who appreciate good food that simply makes our tummies happy. It doesn’t matter whether it’s from an upscale restaurant or a street vendor as long as it tastes good.
Lagal[og] said: As a Pinoy, food is part and parcel of our travel experience. Apart from the wonderful scenery, the spirit of the place, its unique culture and people are defined and revealed by the food it offers.
As travelers, we feel it’s our obligation to share not just the wonderful landscapes but also the foodscapes. Much as we appreciate the beautiful sceneries, we also derive great happiness in stumbling upon good food. What will make us even happier is to share these finds with others so they, too, can explore the foodscape on their own. I think this is what happyfoodies is all about.
Ironwulf said: I created a minimalist theme which I call Foodie Minimalist to focus more on the content and photography of the site. It’s a work in progress and as soon as the content grows, I’ll be adding the rest of the category links and pages of the site. Please support us in this new project and come back once in a while for new content. Or better yet, subscribe to our feed to get the latest content in your email.