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Sucking the Marrow out of Life: Bulalo of Rose and Grace (Batangas)

“Suck the marrow out life,” a figure of speech which means making the most out of life, is based on the act of eating not only the meat attached to the bone, but also what’s inside the bone: the bone marrow (much better than “sarap to the bones”). The phrase is attributed to an American author but it could very well be coined by a Filipino, like Rose or Grace, who hails from the land of delicious bulalo: Batangas. Continue reading Sucking the Marrow out of Life: Bulalo of Rose and Grace (Batangas)

House of Wagyu Stone Grill at Eastwood Mall

Contrasts abound in life. For instance, if we take it to a culinary level, ordinary beef is not too expensive and a great steak is not cheap. We cook ordinary beef into the usual, great-tasting beef dishes. We’d probably notice almost no difference if we use expensive beef for those dishes. Continue reading House of Wagyu Stone Grill at Eastwood Mall