4th Edition of foodpanda’s Hot ‘N Hungry: With HoliDeals on Food You Love This Christmas

“foodpanda brings you the fourth edition of Hot ‘n Hungry: With the biggest discounts on food you’ll love this Christmas”

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For this special holiday, Hot n’ Hungry is getting a makeover with HoliDeals! Starting December 1, foodpanda, the on-demand food delivery platform, is bringing back the biggest food sale with a lot of restaurants offering up to 30%.

HoliDeals will run for the whole month of December, until the 31st, perfect for all the Christmas gatherings! These amazing deals will be available nationwide from Metro Manila to Metro Cebu and Davao. All customers can expect to enjoy a range of choices from over 50 partner restaurants, such as, Bubble Tea Station, Cinnabon, Dencio’s Kamayan, Sunday’s Modern Home Cooking and Chicken Backyard, to name a few. As a fun Christmas twist, spot which one of your deals ends in “12”.

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“Christmas brings large crowds, long queues and terrible traffic. Since we know no holiday in the Philippines is complete without food, we at foodpanda want to ease the pain and deliver your favorites straight to your door with amazing discounts. We want to be a special part of this holiday and bring joy to our customers through HoliDeals.” says Iacopo Rovere, CEO at foodpanda Philippines.

As an additional gift, foodpanda will be on free delivery nationwide until the 14th of December. For more information and updates about the HoliDeals sale, visit foodpanda’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@foodpanda_ph) account or look out for the pink tags on the foodpanda website: www.foodpanda.ph.

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If you still don’t have the foodpanda app, here is how it works:

Through the foodpanda website or via the new iOS and Android apps, customers can enter their address  and view a curated list of restaurants serving their neighborhood. Once they have found their meal of choice, they can place an order in the comfort of their home or office, paying online through foodpanda’s secure platform. The order is then carefully prepared by the restaurant, picked up by the foodpanda rider and delivered straight to their doorstep.

Wanna know more about foodpanda, then keep on reading:

foodpanda is dedicated to bringing food lovers around the world their favorite meals from curated local restaurants. Since its creation, the on-demand food delivery service has grown to more than 27,000 partner restaurants in more than 190 cities across 12 Asian and Central Europe countries globally. foodpanda is active in Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Pakistan, Taiwan, Philippines, Bangladesh, Brunei, India, Romania and Bulgaria. It belongs to Delivery Hero, worldwide leader of the food delivery industry. For more information visit www.foodpanda.ph.

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Dine at Misto in Seda Abreeza This Christmas 2018

Misto has Yuletide Set Meals available for lunch and dinner from December 2018 to January 2019, which includes an indulging three-course set that goes with the season.

The menu options feature dishes as Seda Abreeza Christmas Salad, Cranberry Glazed Pork Tenderloin, Pesto Penne w/ Grilled Chicken Breast and Cherry Tomatoes, Chocolate Mousse with Peppermint Crunch and Vanilla Panna Cotta w/ Cherry Coulis.


On December 24th, Misto diners are sure in for a culinary showcase from our culinary team. Seda Abreeza’s classic Slow-Cooked Roasted Angus Beef Short Plate with Rosemary Gravy is on the menu, along with favorites as Herb and Garlic Roasted Turkey, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce, Prosecco-Brown Sugar Glazed Leg of Ham, Pork Tenderloin w/ Mushroom and White Wine Cream Sauce, and Baked Chicken with Brown Butter, Lemon and Garlic.

Meanwhile, Misto’s desserts always aim to please and spoil one’s sweet tooth with a spread of Gingerbread Cheesecake, Pecan Maple Cake Roll, Chocolate Pinecones Cake, Strawberry Mousse, Vanilla and Mango Panna Cotta, Red Velvet Christmas Tree Cupcakes, Christmas Tree Cake, and a lot more!

Guests shall be entertained with live music all night, with surprise raffle items up for grabs. The buffet is available at Php 1680 nett for adults, Php 880 nett for kids aged 7-12, and free for kids aged 6 and below. Come Christmas morning, guests can meet and greet Santa with treats and gifts in the bag at Seda Abreeza’s hotel lobby as guest performers sing all-time favorite Christmas songs.

For inquiries and reservations, please call (082) 322 8888 or email dvo@sedahotels.com.

Ligo Sardines: Odong Na Lami

Inspired by the cooking of Tom Rodriguez, the singer and Kapuso actor who made the Ligo Sardines ad trending on social media a few months ago, we have been cooking our own version of the dish to get a taste of Ligo Sardine’s Odong na Lami.

Ligo Sardines Odong

This was of “Odong na lami” version of Chef Pauline of Rekado, a Filipino fusion cuisine restaurant in Davao City.


A very simple and easy to cook dish. Simple yet delicious which many Filipino families like us love to cook and share for lunch or dinner with their loved ones for many years now.


This is one of the odong na lami dish that my boys and I loved to enjoy when dining at home.

I do recall my mommy would cook this at the home I grew up at quite often when my siblings and I were much younger. My mom, a housewife, would often cook this easy to cook and an affordable dish at that. She would sometimes use misua noodles instead of odong. But the odong has been a very familiar Pinoy kind of flour noodles. For moms who are on a budget, this very affordable soup dish comes as a quick and easy to prepare dish  for the whole Filipino family to share with. Cooking this at home with my boys makes me miss home and my mom’s cooking too!

Odong is a popular soup prepared by Filipino families not only by ordinary families but I have heard of friends from well-off families who also cook and eat this popular Pinoy dish.


Odong + Ligo Sardines in tomato sauce chili added

We’ve been using Ligo Sardines of course, thanks to Tom Rodriguez trending ad.


Instead of the regular Ligo Sardines in tomato sauce with the green label, we love using the red labeled can of Ligo Sardines in tomato sauce chili added.


You can easily find stock of Ligo Sardines in local supermarkets and even in small groceries, convenience stores and even in sari-sari stores near your homes.


These were at the Park N’ Shop in Victoria Plaza Mall where we often have our grocery too. It’s conveniently near our place too. But I make sure now I buy a few more pieces so I have a ready stock at home especially when I crave for sardines.


One time recently as we were doing our usual grocery errand in a mall’s supermarket, I watched many people, usually couples older than us choosing odong or misua sometimes from the shelves.  I would then see them having a few cans of sardines most often Ligo Sardines brand especially since Tom’s tv ad became really popular.


IMG_20181017_193640Perhaps even before the ad, I have talked to some random women at the grocery, and learned that those I have chanced upon, their families have long been using the Ligo brand of sardines.

As I have said in my previous post, Loving Ligo Sardines with My Boys: Kaon Ta’g Ligo, Davao!

Share the love and if you love Ligo Sardines too and the odong na lami, let us know. Tag us in your social media posts as well!

Kaon na ta ug odong na lami, gigutom na pud ko!


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