If you work at The Fort, you would have eaten at, passed by, or at least heard of Slice, the restaurant owned by health enthusiast Sen. Pia Cayetano.
I had the opportunity to interview Senator Pia as my first writing stint with Health and Lifestyle Magazine. This was way back in 2007 and even at that point, Sen. Pia has always been leading a healthy lifestyle, and encouraging people to do the same. So when I heard about Slice opening at Bonifacio High Street, I wasn’t really surprised.
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Realizing that the Zambales group actually consisted of people from India or has lived in India, love Indian food, or just willing to try the spiced cuisines, it was decided to have an Indian dinner at Kapil’s home before going to the Thirstday venue which is just two blocks away.
As we were in a vegetarian’s home, and because Indian vegetarian dishes are yummy in the first place anyway, all of the food prepared were various vegetable dishes that are quite common in India. I think this gave the dinner cook-out a very “uniquely Indian” touch. On the to-be-cooked menu: arhar dal, rice, paneer bhurji, potato greenpeas curry, chole masala, boondi rayta, and parantha. Had to drop by Swagat for the additional chapattis and papadom! Continue reading FoodieFriday: Indian Thirstday and Western Wednesday with CouchSurfers