ice scramble

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Of course, Viktor would stalk Yuuri’s social medias after that banquet party and the poor boy wouldn’t have any idea that his idol screenshotted every darn post he made. 

I will bet money that Yuuri is one of those food accounts that posts aesthetic pictures of his meals.

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Buko Pandan and Strawberry Ice Scramble 

—  Ice scramble or ‘Iskrambol’ is believed to have originated in Iloilo (my province) and this popular panghimagas is made of shaved ice tinted with pink food color, topped with powdered milk, tapioca pearls, and a drizzle of chocolate syrup. Other optional condiments include strawberry syrup, multi-colored mini marshmallows, sprinkles, pinipig (rice crispies), and chocolate chips. So yummeh!! ~ 

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hiiiiiii i know you just gif'd it, but in their last game, while jonny was getting congratulated, kaner came up to him, but gustafsson was in the way! and then jonny hilariously moved his head to keep kaner in his eyeline. i was wondering if you could pretty please gif that too?

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I love this week. It’s sinking in now that I am officially unemployed. I miss eating meals with my parents and the comfort of rainy days not rushing to either home or work. I’m alone in our house, no choice but to do this, and today is my first attempt to go out in plain shirt and shorts, my target destination—the market.

Our barangay has a very humble wet market. It’s like the ones you’ll see in barrios and provinces. I love it. No hassle and the goods are relatively cheap. I brought PhP150 with me without any idea what to buy. So there, I ended up getting some random things. The first was something that I’m not used in eating, the street ice scramble. The last time I ate this was when I was in late grade school. LOL

It actually evolved too. Now, they got strawberry syrup and other ice flavors too, together with the conventional milk powder, and chocolate syrup. I hope after eating this, the ‘nature’ won’t call! Hehe! It’s delicious, for the record.

I also bought ‘mani’. I miss this bigtime!!! Nothing beats like the street-cooked peanuts. It has a distinct taste a home-made one cannot achieve.  I don’t wanna know where the taste come from. LOL

And the best deal I got ever in my ‘marketing’ history… Three big tilapia fish + free grill for PhP90. Haha!

I’m loving this simple life. I’m making the most of these moments since I can’t be unemployed, of course, for so long. When I start in a TV network next month, I know I can’t do this anymore. So my dinner for tonight will be very Filipino—grilled tilapia, brown rice, partnered with soy sauce, chilli and calamansi. Taralets!