Wednesday, June 26, 2019

#KwentongValenzuelano: Tatay Lito of Polo, Valenzuela City

Writing One Valenzuela's brief encounters with the people of Valenzuela City.
Because each of us has a story to tell.

"Nakapagpatapos na kami ng dalawang anak sa college dahil dito..."
...dahil sa homemade siopao na tig-Php20 (Special) at Php10 (Regular).
 Si Tatay Lito, 47, at ang kanyang asawa ay nagluluto ng chicken at pork asado siopao na kanila ring nilalako. Madalas raw makikita si Tatay Lito sa tapat ng Mercury Drugstore sa Polo ng mga alas siete ng gabi. Nakapuwesto naman ang kanyang asawa banda sa bigasan. Sinundan niya ang yapak ng kanyang tatay na nagluluto't nagbebenta rin ng siopao.
Nakakatuwa ring marinig na unti-unti na rin nilang nabubuo ang kanilang pangarap na bahay. "May finishing pa..." sabi ni Tatay Lito.

Bagama't medyo maulan ngayong araw, naging maganda naman ang gabi dahil sa ganitong kwentuhan. Bili kayo kay Tatay Lito kapag nagawi kayo sa Polo ha.

First published on Facebook: November 21, 2018


Sunday, June 23, 2019

Good Reads from that Bookstore in Polo, Valenzuela City: Porch Reader Philippines

Books will always have a special place in many people's hearts, young or old. Thus, it is indeed welcoming to find a pretty unique bookstore in Polo, Valenzuela City. Let's hear more about Porch Reader Philippines.
Porch Reader Philippines is located at Polo, Valenzuela City.
 Porch Reader Philippines is...
"...an indie bookstore in the Philippines created for avid readers all over the country. Our goal is to provide our customers with access to pre-loved and new books at really affordable prices. Reading is a favorite past time for us at Porch Readers, and we want to share our love for reading to others who want to dive into secret worlds that only books can provide. We are dedicated to spreading the joys of reading through books that we wish you to have. Because real book lovers know the joy that comes from turning the crisp paper of a new book, and smelling the old pages of books hidden away. We believe books can change the world and that they most definitely can change a person's life."
Comfort & Joy by Kristin Hannah is among the good reads which are sold in the bookstore.
Who commonly visits the bookstore?
"Most of our customers are students who love to read young adult books and mystery and thriller books. In our shop, our guests range from kids to adults who have different tastes in books."
Up close: Books on the shelves
How do you select books to be displayed and sold in the store?
We personally select our books through bazaars and book fairs in the country. Also, when needed we sell our personal books, too. We also choose based on what we feel readers will be looking for based on their buying history.

Can you tell us more about the books that one can get from Porch Reader PH?
Our bookstore caters to the different taste of our readers. We have children's books, fiction, sci-fi, romance, classic literature, and more.

With the new day, comes new strength from within.
Grace.
What other things can be bought from your store?
We also sell arts and crafts by Artdelamar. Hopefully, more book related stuff too.

What services/activities should the customers avail of or eagerly wait for?
Our mission is to build free little libraries all over the Philippines to promote literacy and love of reading. We are also planning to have book box subscription services in the near future, as well as have a free book per week or month.

Hand made keychains by Artdelamar.
Lastly, reading for you is...
Reading is our escape from reality. It changed how we think and how we see the world. Books made us more compassionate, idealistic, open-minded, aware, and brave. Reading also made us more imaginative and even become more curious as well.


Porch Reader Bookstore
Address: 43 Unit E M.H. Del Pilar St., Poblacion, Polo, Valenzuela City (in front of Polo Ever Supermarket)
Open Hours: 10:00am to 8:00pm
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/porchreaderphilippines/
Website: http://www.porchreader.com/
Contact Number: +63 945-603-6328 / +63 908-977-7653



Sunday, June 2, 2019

#EatWithoutGuilt: Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon of Brgy. Lingunan, Valenzuela City

Guilt-free chicharon, who wouldn't want that? One Valenzuela was able to munch on some of this, having the chance to taste different variants of Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon, a locally made product in Valenzuela City. Sarap without the guilt!

Now, read on and learn more about the yummy goodness of Kabutehan Mushroom chicharon.

In Photo: Spicy Flavor, Spicy Garlic Flavor, Original Flavor, BBQ, and Sweet & Sour Cream Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon

What are the flavors of the Kabutehan Mushroom chicharon? 
There are, at present, 10 flavors to choose from: Original, BBQ, Garlic, Sweet and Sour Cream, Spicy, Cheese, Chili Cheese, Spicy Garlic, Spicy BBQ, and Salted Egg. These come in 2 sizes: 100g. and 150g. packs. 

Best selling flavors are the Garlic, Cheese, Sour Cream, and BBQ. The spicy lovers kept on ordering Spicy Garlic and Chili Cheese.

For those who have not tried it, to what can they compare its taste? Very much like...
Tastes like deep fried chicken skin, or even like bucheron, but healthier.

The Sweet and Sour Cream variety of  Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon is One Valenzuela's favorite!
Sweet & Sour Cream, Original Flavor, and Spicy Flavor
What are the health benefits of mushroom? We should be eating more of this because?
Well, mushroom is good for you because of the following benefits:
   ➤ Enhances immune functions
   ➤ Helps stimulate immune system response
   ➤ Has cardiovascular benefits
   ➤ Promotes cholesterol reduction
   ➤ Has known anti-cancer benefits
   ➤ Provides natural protection from oxidative stress

Spicy Flavor Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon on the plate.
Where can we grab a bag or two of your chips?
You may get Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon by contacting our Facebook page, Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon, and our Instagram page. You can also buy our mushroom chicharon at The Real Grill restaurant at Arca Strip (Puregold Dalandanan) and Tagpuan at Gov. Alex, Marulas, Valenzuela City.
One bag of this can be shared with another...or not? Sarap eh!
Where is Kabutehan Mushroom made? Does it help fellow Valenzuelanos ear a living too? How?
Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon is proudly made in Barangay Lingunan. Yes, we have around 20 active resellers, each of them earning more or less P5,000 to P15,000 monthly.

We also do consignments to a few Valenzuela-based food establishments like The Real Grill Burger (TRG), Tagpuan, to sari-sari stores, and food stalls in public markets, as extra income to their existing businesses.

When looking for giftable food items or just eating snacks, let's choose local products made in Valenzuela City.
Support our local entrepreneurs, support our fellow Valenzuelanos.
#EatWithoutGuilt
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Time for a June Giveaway!

Three packs of Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon up for grabs!


Because One Valenzuela wants you to have a taste of Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon, a local product that we should support, join the giveaway by simply filling in the blank:

"Kakain ako ng Kabutehan Mushroom Chicharon habang _________________.

One lucky winner with the wittiest Facebook comment on the post will be chosen.

Good luck everyone!






Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Cakes and Bakes: Crown Royale of Gen. T. De Leon, Valenzuela City

Life isn't a piece of cake and we all know that. But after a day's work, isn't it worth celebrating to have something delicious like a good bake?

Wandering around Barangay Gen. T. De Leon brought One Valenzuela and her friend along Heron Street. Here, a bakeshop painted in blue with photos of customers with personalized cakes on its wall greeted them. "Seems like a shop which has already made a lot of people really, really happy," One Valenzuela thought.
Crown Royale of Gen. T. De Leon, Valenzuela City
When they finally got into the shop, she realized that her initial thoughts were correct. Tama nga. It was a privilege to get to meet the very welcoming couple who is behind Crown Royale -- Keempee and Mary Ann Chuyaco. "Bata palang ako, gumagawa na ko ng figures sa clay," Keempee mentioned as he never thought that he would be using his talent as a child into molding toppers and decorations for bakes and cakes one day.
Crown Royale's bakeshop gives a very vibrant and happy vibe to all customers. 
"Ang biggest break namin ay nung gumawa kami ng cake para kay Enchong Dee," Mary Ann expressed. Enchong Dee is a well-known artist from ABS-CBN. Since then, they have been baking cakes for Enchong and his mother every year. "Six years na rin," she counted. They usually order Crown Royale's signature chocolate moist cake. Crown Royale has already baked for the following stars as well: Alden Richards, Glaiza de Castro, Maja Salvador, Katrin Bernardo (for her 18th Birthday), Kiray, Julia Barretto, Kim Chu, and Xian Lim. 
Enchong Dee and Crown Royale's cake
Their cakes have also graced many significant occasions of Valenzuelanos. And the list just goes on.

To add, Crown Royale's bakes have already been brought abroad by many loyal customers. "Hina-hand carry talaga nila!" Mary Ann fondly recalls. Some of the places that their cakes have reached are Macau, Korea, and USA. Yes, it's that good.

Photo Credit: CrownRoyale Cakes
Crown Royale's daily bakes include ensaymada, cupcakes, mini donuts, and chocolate crinkles. They have these baked goods everyday in the bakeshop.
Chocolate crinkles at P5.00 each. The taste? Pang-P10.00 ang sarap!
What are Crown Royale's bestsellers? For those special occasions, do go for their chocolate moist, banana cake, customized cakes, and cupcakes. They also offer pastry and candy buffets for events. Craving for some good stuff on a regular day? Get some of their daily bakes! They have ensaymada and cupcakes in the store everyday. Don't forget to grab crinkles as well which come in ube, red velvet, and chocolate flavors (Highly recommending the chocolate crinkles!). They also have mini donuts with flavors like blueberry, strawberry, chocolate, macha, chocoberry, and milk (3 pieces for P10.00 lang!).

Oh my. These crinkles are so heavenly. Highly recommending the chocolate crinkles.
Yes, One Valenzuela hoarded two boxes of these worth-every-calorie chocolate crinkles.
The price? Only P5.00 each. 
Refresh with some cucumber lemon drink and partner it with their baked goods. 
This is Crown Royale's everyday cupcake. Looks so good, right?

Since the Chuyacos have been so blessed, they make it a point to give back.
 "Panata na namin ang magbigay ng cupcakes sa SPED for their Christmas Party," Keempee said.
Look: Here's one of the boxes that One Valenzuela bought. Mini-donuts!

The next time you go to Gen. T. De Leon, make sure to drop by Crown Royale to have these baked goodies. Life isn't a piece of cake, but we do deserve a slice of cake even on a regular day. 

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Crown Royale Cakes
Address: 4669 Phase 2 Heron St., Gen. T. De Leon, Valenzuela City
Shop hours: Opens at 8:00am daily
Contact No: 0917-9722425
How to get there:
From Gen. T. De Leon 3S Center, ride a tricycle at MAPASATODA terminal going to Phase 2.
From Robinson's Beehive, ride a tricycle at SANPATODA terminal going to Phase 2 Heron Street.
Follow Crown Royale Cakes on Facebook here.

Crown Royale Cakes is located along Heron Street at Barangay Gen.T. De Leon, Valenzuela City

Thursday, March 28, 2019

The Search for the Hidden Pancit Malabon in Malanday, Valenzuela City

There are food spots which are somewhat tricky to look for but are worth the effort and time to search for. One Valenzuela found herself looking for a humble pansitan in one of the streets of Barangay Malanday, Valenzuela City. The blog has recently received several messages regarding this pansitan, mentioning that this family-owned kainan cooks really good Pancit Malabon.
This street leads us towards the hidden pansitan in Malanday, Valenzuela City
The eatery is named after their well-loved grandmother, Aling Norma. This humble place serves authentic Pancit Malabon which many Valenzuelanos have already raved about since it opened. By meeting the Valdez family, One Valenzuela learned that Pancit Malabon was among the favorites of Aling Norma, who was a long time fruit seller just across Malanday Market. She also cooks well - a talent which she was able to pass to her children.


Aling Norma's Pancit Malabon


Feast on some pansit palabok!

Aling Norma during her younger days. Papa Arnel Valdez also recounted that their house was transferred from Malabon to Valenzuela in 1962. "Nilipat yung bahay kubo namin mula sa Malabon papuntang Malanday, Valenzuela. Nagkaroon ng bayanihan noon," Sir Arnel remembered.
Papa Arnel Valdez, her eldest son, now cooks Aling Norma's favorite meal. "Nineteen years old palang ako, sumasakay na ako ng barko," Papa Arnel mentioned. He has been a ship cook for 37 years already. From there, he accumulated a rich cooking experience and exposure to a wide variety of cuisines.

Papa Arnel Valdez of Aling Norma's Pancit Malabon. One Valenzuela saw the dedication and perseverance. A Valenzuelano worth emulating.  
Artworks adorn the walls of the eatery.
Another amazing painting on the wall. This reminded One Valenzuela of the fishes in the park.
Authentic Pancit Malabon. Sir Arnel gets their pansit's ingredients from Malabon. You can have a plate of pansit at Php50.00 each. It is very filling and flavorful. You may also order this in packs.
One plate will lead to another plate... and another...and another...

What's different about Aling Norma's Pancit Malabon? It has strips of caramelized onion on top which gives it a richer taste. Of course, it has those big shrimp slices, pork strips, egg chunks, chicharon, and crisp veggies as well.  

Aling Norma's Pancit Malabon also serves lutong ulam every Friday. Some of the dishes that you have to try are the following: Dinuguang Malabon, Fish Burger / Bidbid, Tortang Alimasag, Japanese Pork Teriyaki, Burger Steak with Mushroom Sauce, Korean Hot Pork, Lumpiang Hubad, Mexican Fish Fillet, Indian Tandoori Chicken, Ginisang Tahong, Stuffed Bell Pepper, Sweet Chicken Wings, Camaron Rebusado, Sweet and Sour Chicken, Bola-bola, etc. The menu varies and may also include more Japanese, Korean, Indian, and European dishes.

Photo Credit: Aling Norma's Pancit Malabon
A big heap of Pancit Malabon for Php300. This bilao can serve six people. Aling Norma's Pancit Malabon has a variety of bilao sizes which will fit your needs. 
Pansit na di tinipid. One of the reviewers on Facebook mentions that it is the best palabok in town.
Finally finding Aling Norma's Pancirt Malabon at A. Duque Street in Malanday was like finding a piece of Malabon, one of our neighbor city, in Valenzuela. Another food spot uncovered for more people, especially Valenzuelanos, to enjoy.

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Aling Norma's Pancit Malabon
Address: 38 A. Duque Street, Malanday, Valenzuela City 
(Landmark: Street beside CDO Malanday)
Open Hours: 8:00am - 6:00pm, daily (except Thursday)
Contact No.: 432-2870 / 0905-2334431 / 0956-4296837
Like Aling Norma's Pancit Malabon on Facebook here.

Aling Norma's Pancit Malabon is open daily from 8:00am to 6:00pm, except Thursdays.

The landmark is CDO Malanday. A. Duque Street is just beside it.


Sunday, February 24, 2019

Visiting Streets: Mga Kalyeng Pio Valenzuela

As part of the conscious effort to further know more about Dr. Pio Valenzuela, especially now that the 150th celebration of his birth is coming, One Valenzuela intends to document streets named after him. The blogger has visited three streets as of the moment - one in Valenzuela City, next in Baguio City, and the most recent one was in Quezon City.

One Valenzuela will continuously work on this as she go to different places. 
P. Valenzuela Street, Marulas, Valenzuela City

P. Valenzuela Street, Baguio City

Valenzuela Street, UP Diliman, Quezon City
NEXT VISIT: Valenzuela Street in Caloocan City

Hashtags: #PioValenzuela150 #Pio150km

Saturday, February 9, 2019

We Love Photo: Day 2 of the PixelMaster Master Class by Jasper Tejano (Street Photography)

One Valenzuela had a long week surviving deadlines, run trainings, and night classes after Day 1 of the ASUS PixelMaster Master Class last January 19 but she was already looking forward to Day 2 on the next weekend! It's like longing for dessert - that's how it feels when you just had an amazing learning experience.

Huddle time at McDonald's Eton Centris was 5:30am and because the taxi was fast (but not furious, Manong was fun to talk to), One Valenzuela arrived early. Yeah, the earliest bird! (Who's not excited?) Eventually, everyone came and they were off to cold and breezy Tagaytay! She tried to remember everyone in the van - Roi, JP, Melanie, Ranzel, Mark. Beautiful people.
McDonald's Eton Centris. Kitakits sa Mcdo...
It's not One Valenzuela's first time to visit Tagaytay but it is her first to go there for a class, a group photowalk, and her first time to visit Nanay Cirilas' Kapeng Barako. The ASUS ZenTalk Team definitely selected a great place to have Day 2. One Valenzuela felt the welcoming ambiance that a cherished home brings.
Nanay Cirilas' Kapeng Barako is located at Mayor's Drive, Tagaytay City.
Nanay Cirilas: Life is simple, simple is life!
Harleys on display
Prepping for the day
The group was off on a good start. PixelMaster Jasper spent the morning with a lecture on how each one of us can take better photos. By this time, One Valenzuela has realized how powerful ASUS Zenfones are. She has been using the ASUS mobile line for many years now (and yes, they are all still working after years of loving them) and has seen its very positive progress.
Viewing the photos taken on Day 1.
The special awards for Day 1 was also announced after the lecture. One Valenzuela tried to embrace the concepts on that first session. In everything you do, try to give your best, right? She guessed that the stars aligned that day because One Valenzuela was awarded with the PixelMaster's Choice Award. Wow, just wow. She never thought that her photo set will make it. Salamat po.

Hot coffee, crispy tawilis, and beef bulalo. For someone who love taking photos and food … this is just divine.
Here's a closer look to make you hungry. 
After a sumptuous lunch and a good talk with new found friends, they went to two locations to take photos: People's Park and Tagaytay Market. Being a blogger who is into food and exploring places, One Valenzuela was really excited to revisit these spots.
Location 1: Up, up and away at People's Park
Title: The Stretch
Location 2: Tagaytay Market
Title: Look at the Pig
Title: Makabayang mga Barbero
Going back to Nanay Cirilas' Kapeng Barako after a full day was surely pleasing. Served with more coffee and freshly made pichi-pichi on banana leaves was comforting as the group prepared their photos for the critique session.
Brighten your day with some flowers. Last snap before going to Nanay Cirilas' Kapeng Barako.
One Valenzuela, Keep on telling stories of Valenzuelanos! All the best on your photography journey.
At the end of the day, One Valenzuela bagged more than she expected. Yes, being among the awardees for the PixelMaster Master Class Batch 6 was already the icing on the cake (Second Best Photographer of the Batch!). She learned from a Street Photography guru - Pixel Master Jasper Tejano made sure that the group is armed with new knowledge and better skills in snapping shots on the streets or wherever they may go. She gained new friends who are into street photography as well and now she is looking forward to more group photowalks in the future. The ZenTalk team? One Valenzuela wants to give them a big bear hug! ASUS? Now that's a brand which nurtures relationships.

With all these wonderful experiences, One Valenzuela got her love tank filled and is now ready to tell better stories about Valenzuela City and beyond.

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