Mother’s Crepe

Oct 22nd, 2014 Food Yasmin Perucchetti 3 min read

Mmmmmm so who is hungry? Mother’s crepe has become one of my favorite places recently. Especially after a (not too heavy meal), when there’s still enough space for a filling dessert. And beware, if you visit this place with me, my usual generous personality may perplex you for a moment, as I don’t share these guys too easy! My favorite is the mango Nutella and…


A Morning of History and Good Food in Manila

Jun 24th, 2014 Travel Yasmin Perucchetti 15 min read

Last Saturday I went with some friends on a long awaited tour of Intramuros and Binondo. I say long awaited as our tour guide Anson Yu, being such a busy man, had to be booked a month in advance. He does really great tours of Intramuros as he has such a vast knowledge of the place, and being a tour guide along with his photography,…


Mr. Bean for a Little Bit of Comfort

Jun 20th, 2014 Food Yasmin Perucchetti 5 min read

I love soy products. Soy milk, Tofu, Taho, you name it, I will eat it! (David likes to joke I would do the same for things other than tofu.) While I don’t think anything beats street Taho, I really enjoy going to Mr. Bean in Eastwood for my safe-Taho fix. I remember the owner explaining to me just how bad some of the ingredients mixed…

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Amazing Differences

Jun 8th, 2014 Food, Relationships Yasmin Perucchetti 5 min read

No one told me that “collaborating” with David means having a boss – a very particular boss. And no one warned him of how easily distracted I am. I find simple things interesting, so pretty much everything is a potential distraction. From the kids running on the street, to the expressions on the waiters’ faces, to some far-off memory popping up, my brain is always…