Ilang araw na yata ako nag-c-crave ng Beef Rendang ng Zili. Huling punta ko dun nitong nakaraang Sabado lang. Around 1AM yata yun nung dumating ako. Kaso ubos na daw yung Beef Rendang. Understandable. Isa sa best seller nila yun. Pero may konting kirot pa rin akong naramdaman. :(((
Sakto pa man din na lumabas yung article ko sa ShoppersGuide.com nitong week yata. Sumulat ako ng isang feature tungkol sa Zili Asian Fusion Restaurant (or Zili) nila Papa Jomal and Mommy Reyg Linao. Ayun, nakita ko yung mga pictures, lalo ko tuloy hinanap-hanap. Waaaah. Di naman ako makaalis dahil sa nangyari kay Uncle Rudy (see older post Ouch).
Sorry na at panget ang camera ng phone ko. Pero pramis, sobrang sarap ng Beef Rendang nila! (Naglalaway na naman tuloy ako.) Tatlong oras pinalambot to sa gata at secret spices! (Punas laway).
Anyhoo, eto pala yung article na sinasabi ko. Check the link hehe: Zili’s Nasi Goreng Kampung and Other Flavorful Offerings
And yes, hindi lang yung Beef Rendang nila ang panalo dun. Nasi Goreng Kampung, Nasi Lemak. Grrrrrrr. Teka nga’t makapag-hapunan muna.
Because it’s Thursday. Obligatory #throwback post.
Left: Third-year college. Pic taken in front of UP Baguio’s Fine Arts Building. Year 2001. Paint on my bag’s strap. Long hair. 50-peso red Mickey Mouse shirt from ukay-ukay.
Right: Photo taken by Neil Kenneth Sael during Brisom’s photoshoot. Location, BGC. 2015.
Uncle Rudy has scratches all over. That’s alright. This morning however, he had his first real injury.
Funny though, this happened while Uncle Rudy was just sitting comfortably at the side of the road. A motorcycle rammed into it. A motorcycle piloted by my brother-in-law, no less.
Because in some instances, kindness trumps knowledge. Photo grabbed from a friend’s FB wall.
Learned about this song from my Brisom buds Jeff and Tim. I didn’t immediately believe them when they said that the song’s title is Jason. First time to encounter a song entitled as such. You have, Aubrey, Michelle, Laura, Mandy, to name a few. But Jason? Yup, it’s a first alright. Anyhoo, I love the song! Dancy-dance-dance? Check. 80’s vibe? Check. Cool melody? Check. Meaningful lyrics? Check. Personal? BIG CHECK.
PS. First time to write in months. You’ll hear more from me gaiz. Swear!
Since we’re experiencing an 80’s retro of some sort.
I remember this guy from the 1986 movie Ninja Kids. He was one of the white ninjas in the movie together with Herbert Bautista (now QC mayor), the late master rapper Francis Magalona, Ramon Christopher (Ruffa Gutierrez’s brother and still active in showbiz), and singer Keno (the voice behind the song Leaving Yesterday Behind), among others. When Ninja Kids came out, they gave away a Challenge of the Gobots toy to the first hundred or so moviegoers (can’t remember exactly). This Hanna-Barbera cartoon series didn’t fare well enough against its contemporary, Hasbro’s The Transformers, though.
I also remember watching the film Kamagong via our old betamax player. JC Bonnin starred alongside Lito Lapid (Pinoy legendary action star who later became a senator in case you live in a cave. LOL)in that movie. And yes, I remember the TV show The Sharon Cuneta Show.
When I saw this old TV clip, I can’t help but be reminded of the opening song for Hekari Sentai Maskman. Both songs do evoke the feeling of heroism and bravery.
Oh, the memories!
PS: Have you seen how JC Bonnin performed the song? Who else jumps and does a split in mid-air when singing a movie theme song? And doing air guitar? I dont’ remember anyone of late performing with that much energy and conviction. No bull. More pogi points too for the coat and the pose at the end!