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Ube Cake from Kaye Bakes

I continue my support of Filipino businesses and entrepreneurs by ordering Ube (purple yam) cake from Kaye Bakes. Kaye Bakes for Celebration Today we're celebrating three things: my mom's birthday, my youngest sister's high school graduation, and father's day. It only fits to order some cake, and I thought a cake we can't buy from Costco would be fitting. How I ordered from Kaye Bakes? I reached out on their Facebook page Tuesday to ask if they can do a Saturday delivery or if it's too late. I also asked for prices and if they can deliver. They were able to deliver on a Saturday at Richmond. I paid via Interac-E Transfer. Ube Cake Purple yam is famous in the Philippines. The colour is unique, and it's delicious! We love Ube cake in the Philippines, and I didn't think we would be able to enjoy some here in Canada. Ube Cake from Kaye Bakes Ube Cake from Kaye Bakes You should hear the glee from my younger sister. She loves Ube cake the most among all of us

Charlie's Grind & Grill

Charlie's Grind & Grill 16 East Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig Snapdawg Naked / September 14, 2012 Fries and Sides Garlic and Parmesan / August 1, 2015 Fries and Sides Garlic and Parmesan / September 14, 2012 Bacon Black Angus Cheeseburger / September 14, 2012 Meatballs Marina on Pasta / August 1, 2015   Gourmet Chicken Burger / August 1, 2015 Corndog / August 1, 2015

Where to Eat in Singapore?

I had a great vacation in Singapore, and in this post, I'll share where I ate. Tak Po Famous in Chinatown for Hong Kong Dim Sum & Congee This is where we had lunch on our first day. We had Har Gao, Prawn & Mushroom Dumpling, Chicken Rice, and Crispy Yam Dumpling. It was over-all a pleasant experience. Great food and at a reasonable price. This Crispy Yam Dumpling is delicious. Har Gao Location: 42 Smith Street, Chinatown, Singapore Lau Pa Sat Festival Market Before heading to the Merlion Park, we decided to grab some snacks here. It's a Hawker style place where the best laksa in town can be found. We had some fantastic egg tart from the store in the middle (too bad I didn't get the name) and some fresh pineapple juice (freshly squeezed pineapple with ice). It's not the best combination, but the egg tart is spot on. Smiling Egg Tarts Location: 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore Maxwell Food Center I had three meals in this hawker place: J