On my weekly trips to Divisoria, I always chance upon this nicely and neatly laid out food item on the street.
I've always wondered what it was. But I never got the chance to ask about it. Until yesterday.
I found out that it's called Bicho-Bicho, and it's deep fried bread.
Where do I sign up?
After buying one and trying it, the experience was phenomenal! It tasted like those deep fried donuts they used to sell at Rustan's. So, it would be safe to say that Bicho-Bicho is a taste of childhood.
Looks like there's another reason for me to go back to Divisoria every weekend.
In today's class, we were talking about event styling. The objective was to show the class that with the proper ambience, planning and props, you can transform just about any venue to one that fits the theme.
A few weeks ago, I asked them what type of event they wanted to see, and their answer was a "indie-camping-cum-picnic."
So, to demonstrate the lesson, I transformed our broadcast studio to a picnic ground. We placed mats, picnic props, and even stars in the background to give it an outdoorsy feel.
Considering how the class reacted, i'd say it was a success.