Post-Valentine’s Date at Nikkei Restaurant in Podium and Koomi

Love is in the air, but so is Covid! Hence, Mike and I decided that we would avoid the crowds and celebrate AFTER February 14 instead. We went out THREE DAYS AFTER Valentine’s Day — on a WEEKDAY — and it turned out to be a smart (and safe!) move. We had our post-Valentine’s lunch …

Celebrate the Love Month with Chase’s Food Creations

Hey, lovelies! Hearts Day is coming up, and for sure, most of you are looking for ideas on the sweetest V-day gifts for your loved ones. And if you’re planning on having a date at home instead of braving the traffic (oh, and yes, the virus!), you’re also probably searching for the best food to …

There Are Plenty Of Fish In The Sea

As if the Japanese aren’t offbeat enough (case in point: futuristic toilets that play music as you poop), even the way they celebrate Valentine’s Day is unconventional. Unlike the rest of the world where it’s usually the men that are expected to present gifts to their women every 14th of February, in Japan, it’s the women …

It’s “Just” Valentine’s Day but it’s STILL Valentine’s Day

What’s the big deal about Valentine’s Day? It’s just an over-promoted consumerist holiday marked by chocolates, flowers, and cheesy Hallmark cards. It’s a day of red outfits, bad poetry, heart-shaped anything (candy, eggs, a random rock on the ground — you name it!), and unimaginative marriage proposals, and yet even with all of these, the …

A Kiss of Superb Spanish Food at Beso Cucina Vinoteka

It’s Valentine’s Day — a time for flowers, chocolates, sweet notes, and of course, kisses! Speaking of kisses, you probably know what a French kiss is. But have you ever had a Spanish kiss? I had, and it was delicious! Before you get intrigued, let me stop you right there. I am talking about Beso, …

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