By Norman Sison, VERA Files
Photos by Carla Sison
If you’re traveling 90 kilometers just for lunch, there’s only one thing that should occupy your mind especially if you’re on an empty stomach: the food had better be really good to make it worth your time.
That’s aside from the one-hour drive going there and back, for it’s more than just a lunch — it’s a three-hour food fiesta. Which brings up another concern: how much can one gulp down in three hours without bursting or suffocating to death?
A group of 14 foodies arrives at noon, right on time. After a welcome drink of water to drive away the summer heat, a receptionist asks: “Would you like to begin now?”
It all starts to sink in. No, this isn’t a lunch. It’s a multi-course obstacle course. Lian Chua, who organized the food trip, is in thought: Why will itRead More »from A three-hour food trip in 10 plates