Especially at this time of the year, when the weather gets chilly and the skies dark, I crave for something hot to keep me warm. For the past days I’ve been eating noodle soup for lunch. Last weekend I had cheese fondue for dinner. On special request, I had goto (a Filipino version of rice porridge) last Tuesday night. It’s just very appropriate to enjoy all these during the cold seasons in Switzerland. But even under the tropical heat in Pinas I don’t give it up. I remember I celebrated my birthday two years ago (in the summer month of April) in a Japanese restaurant, serving myself an extra large bowl of ramen. Prior to that, I had been hopping from one ramen resto to another because I was terribly craving for it.
After having dinner at a quaint Japanese resto, my friends and I decided to take a long walk not only to burn off the calories, but also to relish a delicious dessert. Yes, we’re just taking the calories back into our systems.
Without the blatant talking to each other (again), we went straight all the way up to the second floor of Greenbelt 2 and stopped by at Gelatone. Apparently, this was our first time being together in this yummy store. I do drop by once in awhile for my sweet tooth.
No one raised their hands and contested. Instead, we ran towards the large ice cream bin and pointed our fingers at delectable targets.
We are all expecting another round of merrymaking that equally encapsulates all the good things that happened in our lives this year. Apart from creating large food buffets, wines and spirits are definitely not discarded on the shopping list.
A search for the best wine in the metro seems to entail tough luck nowadays. Yet in case you are yearning for such a “Holy Grail” that does not only suit your palate but also expresses your chosen mood or personality, perhaps Bacchus can bestow what you truly seek for.