All About Food During Lockdown

various rice grain types to choose from

During this period, we’ve been lucky we managed to find online sellers to source the ingredients we needed to make our own drinks like fresh mango shakes, Indian cappucino, and iced berry tea. I have yet to make my own frapuccino. Maybe tomorrow when it starts to be scorching hot.

Thank goodness for having online sellers that live within the city so now we can have our veggies, fruits and meat delivered. Of the dishes that we only started to make for ourselves since lockdown, my favorites are the tuna poke and seafood karekare. I was also able to try out the shiratake noodles (which are yum when it’s mixed with peanut butter, chili and coconut aminos), and stevia for my iced sweet drinks.

Tuna Poke: made of tuna cubes, green onion, garlic, ginger, kikkoman soy sauce, vinegar, and sesame oil.

And hurray for having found a vendor from Facebook Marketplace for frozen bibingka and puto bumbong!

Bibingka and Puto Bumbong

As we’re almost on the 60th day of being in lockdown, It’s good to see more restaurant options on GrabFood. Restaurants have started to make changes to continue to be business as usual sans people dining in. I think when this lockdown begins to be relaxed, more and more stores will opt to do takeout and deliveries, and maybe cashless transactions (which is not yet as big here in the Philippines) will be adopted by more people and vendors.

By MrsWayfarer

Living Free and Making a Difference


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