The Cranes Start to Fly

Happy New Year everyone! I was supposed to make this post yesterday, but my husband and I attended a fun and food-filled evening of a get-together with family last night. We went home around midnight and just jumped into bed. We were to well-fed (hehe) and conked out from singing karaoke, talking, and well, eating…

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A Taste of Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant

Two pieces of crispy delicious deep-fried spring rolls. Those were my cravings last Thursday after my husband and mine’s Naturopathic In-Office Package Tests. We left the clinic way past our usual early dinner time so by the time we arrived at Royal Oak, we felt our stomachs growling in anticipation of anything to eat. It…

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Roku, a Japanese Haven of Special Flavors

As I see it, a well-seasoned traveler connotes two things. One, one had adventures in many parts of the world. Second, he or she has tried exotic cuisines akin to Andrew Zimmern’s Bizzare Foods. Travel and food. These two elements go hand-in-one in the world of many travelers. Experiencing both appears to dissipate the notion…

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Simple Magical Breakfasts are Worth the Effort

A coloful weekend breakfast. A photo posted by Chedie Cruz (@chedie) on Jul 17, 2016 at 9:41am PDT I wake up very early, groggy and disconcerted to prepare breakfast and my husband’s lunchbox every weekday. I don’t mind waking up early but I bet anybody, who prepares the household’s food, wish they could have a…

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