I love pudding! Next to cheesecake, it’s my favorite desert! It’s just too bad that pudding in a cup is not found easily in Baguio City, and if you do find a store that sells it, expect it to be really expensive. So I am very grateful for B’s sisters in the US who sends us our favorite snacks that are not easy to find here.
Our family loves Japanese cuisine, the kids included, so don’t be too surprised if most of our food adventures are in Japanese restaurants. Teriyaki Boy is one of our favorite restaurants, we dine in this place 3 to 4 times in a month, sometimes even more if our budget permits it. It can be expensive, but eating out is the only luxury we indulge ourselves in. We don’t own a fancy car (just an average family car) or fancy gadgets (an iPhone is not considered fancy), but we eat out often.