Category Archives: food

Sumptuous Dinner at Flunch

Me with the sisters, Chloe and Chelsea

When you talk about EAT-ALL-YOU-CAN, it just means “Eat until you can’t breathe”, hahaha. Together with my mom, my big brother, my mom’s friend and her daughters, we went to the mall after school, then we ate our dinner at Flunch. It’s actually an italian restaurant that offers, “eat-all-you-can” for 17.90euro each person. Kids below 100cm are free. I measure 110cm as well as my playmate, and her sister measure more than 120cm. Fortunately, the supervisor there told us all of us three little girls can eat for free. Of course, we have to pay for the drinks.

Anyway, it was fun getting what we want. The waitress even gave us a big plate with full of french fries. Oh my! We can’t eat them all. I enjoyed my pasta al pomodoro and the watermelon.

It was really a sumptuous dinner!

From left to right: Chelsea, Me, Mom, Chloe and my brother Jaki
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What’s Your Favorite Gelato?

There’s only one gelato (ice cream) flavor that i love: Panna/Fior di Latte!
Want some?

Day 341 of 365: Donut


3 words: YUMMY, YUMMY, YUMMY!

Day 340 oF 365: Want Some?


i love drumstick. who else doesn’t?

want some?

Day 185 of 365: Donuts

What? Did you say, “give me one?”
“No! This is all mine…mine…mine!” =)

Day 130 of 365: An Apple a Day

some info’s on APPLE’s components :

  • Pectin — Pectin is a form of soluble fiber than lowers both blood pressure and glucose levels. It can also lower the levels of LDL, or “bad” cholesterol in the body. Pectin, like other forms of fiber, helps maintain the health of the digestive system. Apples are an excellent source of pectin.
  • Boron — A nutrient found in abundance in apples, boron supports strong bones and a healthy brain.
  • Quercetin — A flavonoid, this nutrient shows promise for reducing the risk of various cancers, including cancers in the lungs and breast. It may also reduce free radical damage. Free radicals develop when atoms in the body’s cells have unpaired electrons, which can lead to damage to different parts of the cell, including DNA. Quercetin may neutralize free radical damage, which has been implicated in a variety of age-related health problems, including Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Vitamin C — Vitamin C boosts immunity, which helps maintain overall health.
  • Phytonutrients — Apples are rich in a variety of phytonutrients, including vitamins A and E and beta carotene. These compounds fight damage from free radicals and can have a profound affect on health, including reducing the risk of heart disease, diabetes and asthma.

Apples also act as a toothbrush, cleaning teeth and killing bacteria in the mouth, which may reduce the risk of tooth decay. They’re also low in calorie density, one of the trademarks of a healthy food. When a food is low in calorie density you can eat good size portions of the food for relatively few calories. In addition, apples are affordable and readily available.

With all of this information, it’s easy to see that, yes, an apple has its health benefits.

(Discovery Fit & Health)

Day 73 of 365: Pizza Margherita



Iced Tea!

We love Pizza!
Need to say more? =)