Upcoming: Healthy Cooking Demo Goes Asian!

Newbee Baking and Cooking International invites you to another healthy cooking demonstration by Celebrity Chef, Chef Redj Baron Saguin of Cook Eat Right! Newbees go Asian, as Chef Redj introduces how to prepare Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce, Steamed Fish Teriyaki, and Asian Flavored Rice. Also, you wouldn’t wanna miss the Mango-Banana Flambe that’s the perfect dessert to top off this menu!

Make your own Safari-themed Fondant Cake at home with Ms. Charlotte Bernabe’s fondant demo — the cake will be finished off with a cute topper that the kids will surely love!

Lastly, learn how to always have fresh herbs right in your own kitchens with an urban gardening demonstration by yours truly, Erina Tachibana!

Exciting prizes will be raffled off so register now!!!

batch 3 poster 2When: October 10, 2015
Time: 11:00am
Where: Berghoff Incorporated
109, Ground Floor The Frabella Building, Rada Street, Legaspi Village Makati City, 1200

How to register:
– PHP250.00 participation fee required to cover ingredients and utilities.
– First pay, first served basis.
– Interested attendees are given until Thursday, OCTOBER 8, 2015 at 5 PM (Manila time) to confirm attendance and payment. See below for payment details:

BDO Felicidad Laurel
006780551022
BDO SM Fairview

BPI Erina Tachibana
0089 0437 86

Gcash
09279663151

Please send me (Erina Tachibana) a screenshot or picture of your proof of payment and participants’ full names.
For reservations/inquiries, do send a message to eri.tachi0523@gmail.com or SMS/call 09271282463.

NOTE: LIMITED SLOTS AVAILABLE
See you there!!

SLTB

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Couchsurfing in Manila

Couchsurfing in a jiffy:
1. Couchsurfing is a website/app for travelers who are either willing to host other travellers, are looking to stay in a host’s place, or are looking to meet fellow travelers in the area.
2. Although the norm is to stay without having to pay for anything, a surfer is expected to follow the house rules of the host, and to at least be polite enough not to ransack his/her home.
3. Treat your host as a good friend, and don’t just leave your stuff in your host’s place and go elsewhere without saying anything beforehand — hosts aren’t lockers/hostels.
4. Be active in the Couchsurfing community in your area — aside from the regular meetups, events and even the discussion page in the website are some of the ways to be connected with this awesome community.
5. Don’t forget to leave a reference on the profiles of those you’ve hosted/those who’ve hosted you…. and other people you met through CS.

one of the couchsurfing meet ups I attended... :)
one of the couchsurfing meet ups I attended… 🙂

I’ve had my profile for a little less than a year now, but I’ve only been active in the community for about a month. It was when I curiously went through the website that I met a now-good friend, Andi. Helping her out through a small transportation trouble led me to know more about the wonderful world of Couchsurfing. Since then, I’ve met lots of wonderful people through the regular meet-ups and I’m looking forward to sharing more time with them. I haven’t joined any of the tours that are organized through Couchsurfing but I’m looking forward to joining when I have time. I’m thinking of organizing some tours as well… 🙂

To know more about Couchsurfing, click here.