Sunday, May 31, 2015

Today's Word: Psalm 18:30

Concerns and troubles are an inevitable part of our lives. It's how we address and resolve them that matters. Do you do it your way or GOD's way? Before I was born again, I knew God, yes..I prayed before going to bed, yes..but it didn't occur to me that I could and should pray throughout the day, especially when troubles rose at home, at work, and everywhere else. But since becoming a Christian, this is one of those things that I learned - that I could trust that Jesus is with me everywhere I go and I could actually talk to Him and consult him on just about anything, especially with regard troubles. I learned that I should do things His way, not my way. God knows best, that's for sure, and His way is perfect! If we will let Him lead us and decide for us, we can be sure of success and redemption from any problem we may face in life. Just pray, read God's word and listen as He speaks (He does in many ways!) then do what He says. 
God bless you.

(Thank you, Digital Bible for this photo)

The Bunny Baker Cafe and Cake Studio: A feast for the eyes and taste buds

Was I glad for the chance to finally visit this cutie-pie of a place last week. 'Coz ever since I saw The Bunny Baker Cafe and Cake Studio at earlier this year, I'd been wanting to photograph and eat those lovely, colorful, yummy-looking cupcakes and gelato. Together with my daughter, I was there, at the Hemady Square in New Manila, QC., at lunchtime. At the door, we were hesitant to go in because there was an ongoing event where the guests wore cute costumes (cosplayers, they were). 
But other diners were welcome, we were happy to know once we got in. 
After admiring the beauty of the place, which was awashed in pink, we ordered: 

Creamy Pesto pasta, P275. 
Crispy adobo flakes with fried rice and sunny side-up eggs, P235.
The Love Bunny carrot cupcake, P95.  
Iced cafe latte, P140. 
Cappuccino, P125. 
Cupcakes and bunny-shaped macarons on display at the counter 
Made-to-order cakes

The counter  
Bunny chairs 

The Bunny Baker Cafe at the 3rd level of Hemady Square, Doña Hemady St. cor.
E. Rodriguez Ave., New Manila, QC. 

As I scanned the menu, I went "Aww, pricey!" :(  (Expect to spend around P1,000. for 2 persons; there's service charge on top of the food bill ) . But when we started eating, sadness turned to joy. Hehehe. Yummy, everything! The adobo flakes was so much like our crispy tapa in Quezon which all of us in the family loves. The saltiness was just right and the crunch was delightful. And I loved the heart-shaped fried eggs. :) I even loved the fried rice because of its texture - dry and not soggy. Meanwhile, my daughter's pesto pasta was uniquely delicious - it had shiitake mushrooms! I've never had pesto with mushrooms before and it was notches more delicious than the usual. And then, dessert. The carrot cupcake was good, having more carrot bits than all the carrot cakes and cupcakes I've had elsewhere. The carrot guy was sad to eat at first, though, but definitely yummy. Haha! We wanted to also order gelato but felt we had no more room for it. Anyway, my daughter and I both loved our coffee drinks - she, the iced cafe latte and me, 
the cappuccino with the cute bunny face. 
All in all, it was a perfect meal in a bunny-themed, cotton candy-pretty, pinky place. 
Try The Bunny Baker Cafe and Cake Studio (yes, you can have your cake custom-made here), folks, and enjoy the food as we did. 
Happy eating!