Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Ethnic Food Market

For over a year of our stay in Makati, most of our groceries and food supplies are shopped from different grocery stores within the area. I haven't embark myself going to a market since I'm not sure where is the exact location and second, I'm not the type of person who's into haggling prices. My sister is much better haggler than I am, a trait she got from our mother...hehehe.

Ever since we decided to move out, I discovered myself enjoying cooking more. If you've been a frequent visitor of my blog, I've shared a few of my cooking milestones and that doesn't stop. As I browse through the net and see different recipes, I'm so itching to try them all! Good thing there's eFoodDepot.com where it sells various ethnic products from all over the world. From snacks down to beverages that you won't find in the grocery stores, they have it on their online market. Plus they offer a flat rate shipping of $ 4.99 which is very convenient especially if you ordered in bulk. You can be a master chef or have a fancy dinner at home having these ingredients available in your kitchen.

Guess I have to wait for a few more years before I can whip up something exciting and new for hubby's taste buds once we have our own home with complete kitchen appliances. I'm not hoping for a luxurious kitchen area as long as I can prepare the amazing dishes that I see on the internet and as long as I have the tools needed that can help me and then I'm good. I can't wait to experience fine dining at the comforts of our own home. The fact that it's less expensive compared to eating outside, it's a product of labor of love that is worth exerting for.
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