In your mouth, silly! I actually didn’t know what Pancit was either, but fortunately, we have the lovely July to inform us. I love traveling, and learning about food from other cultures. They way that some cultures perceive food-as sacred, a gift from the earth, or just pure respect for their bounty is fascinating. As the weather becomes warmer, I’m dreaming of exotic travel, and living vicariously through July is just enough to tide me over for the moment. Please read on to dive into this mini food-adventure with me 😉
Where do you put a Pancit? | by: July Westhale
There is a rumor, or perhaps a stereotype, that every Asian airline must employ beautiful flight attendants. As I sit on Philippine Airlines flight 2905 heading from Manila to Bacolod, the island of Negros, I cannot dispute it.…
Because it’s a holiday, and I want to make sure Santa stays jolly, I am posting this article a day early. He’ll appreciate it, and I’m sure you will too. Read on for a quick story. Merry Christmas!
photo credit: Benjamin Hager
I have a little story I’d like to share from just this past weekend. My husband Joe and I were filming a tantric kissing video for a good friend of ours. We demo the many tantric kisses, and just have a fun day being silly and sensual. One of the kisses is done with a piece of gorgeous fruit. We get close and “sensitize” the lips with the fruit, by lightly pressing and tracing both top and bottom lips. …