With red bean. Large 110 PHP Sharetea, Boracay PHILIPPINES
I love boba milk teas! Sure they’re just milky sugar bombs, but that doesn’t mean I don’t crave them every once in a while. And they’re great to drink on the beach because they’re nice and cold. The pearls are fun to eat and the entire drinks is just yummy. 🙂
Nightlife in Boracay. I thought this pics turned out cool. The disco lights flashed at just the right time to give an awesome filtered effect. #nofilter
Mmm, I really like Hadley’s date shake but a little definitely goes a long way. It’s pretty sweet and I enjoyed the pieces of crystallized dates in it. Someone told that they used to make the shakes from scratch, but now they’re pre-mixed and dispensed from a machine. It’d be nice if they started handmaking them again, but the ladies working the place are kinda old and slow so I doubt that’s gonna happen.
Date ice cream. $3.99
Ugh, I didn’t know that this was gonna come pre-scooped and slightly freezer burned! Lame!
Dinny the Apatosaurus, Cabazon Dinosaurs, Interstate 10.
So I biked to work this morning, and I was stupid and didn’t eat anything after I got to work so I ended up being super tired and lethargic all day. I really should remember to eat something after an hour-long morning ride. And another downside was that I gave in to temptation and stopped by Anthony’s Cookies on the way home. I was SO hungry!
I think this is their most popular cookie, and although it’s very good, it’s not my favorite. There’s something about the texture that I don’t particularly like. Or perhaps it’s the extra greasiness of the cookie bits. You should try this, but I think you’ll find that you like the other flavors better too. $1.25 Anthony’s Cookies, San Francisco
With a small carton of 1% milk. $1.25
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2010, 2011, 2012
Tender pork braised in orange, bay leaf, milk, cinnamon and beer. $15 Nopalito, San Francisco
This is one beautiful packet of pork, NOMS!!! The carnitas at Nopalito are so frickin’ good! The meat is so flavorful and tender, it’s ridiculous! You can smell and taste all the ingredients in the lovey braise. The cut isn’t overly fatty, but I think that the fatty pieces were worth every calorie!
You might not be able to tell from the pic, but you get a very generous portion of carnitas. David and I could barely finish the order, granted we did eat a few other things. 🙂
The pork is served with a cabbage salad, pickled jalapenos and salsa de tomatillo, and warm tortillas for wrapping.
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014