After a long day at work, it’s nice to come home to eat with my wife and watch disturbing tales of murder on her phone. This is the current tradition Jenny and I have each weekday. Usually when I arrive … Continue reading Forensic Files: Our Current Dinner-Watching Entertainment
I descended the testicle dropped the ball on this one. Back in February, Jenny and I got to spend our first Valentine’s Day together. The weekend was filled with food and we actually never fully shared just how much we … Continue reading On Memorial Day: Here’s More On Our First Valentine’s Day Weekend Together
Just because we’re married doesn’t mean we can’t still hangout with our Saturday night crew. Babies ruin friendships, not spouses! Last night, a few of our good friends came over to spend the evening. Needless to say, our guests did … Continue reading Saturday Night PARTAYY with Friends
I celebrated my birthday with my wonderful husband for the second time last weekend. Yes, in an ideal world, you get an entire three-day weekend birthday celebration. Also, in an ideal world, you get to devour all your favorite food … Continue reading Cooking Filipino Food (By an American, Rather Wonderful Man)
Yesterday I wrote about laundry. Today, it’s a much better topic: cake. We had an impromptu cake eating date after I arrived home from work. You see, Jenny’s birthday is coming up. A birthday isn’t complete without a cake. Why … Continue reading Impromptu Cake Eating
Recently, Jenny and I took a trip to a local Filipino supermarket and restaurant. We talked about the food we ate and informed the world about one big cultural difference: what Americans and Filipinos call dirty jokes. Continue reading VLOG | Our Big Fat Filipino Weekend
Filipinos have many of the same flavors as we do in the US. Chocolate is common in the Philippines as are many other classics. I’m pretty sure North Korea is the only place without chocolate. As far as ice cream … Continue reading Filipino Flavors: What’s an Ube?
This time Jenny and I swear we’ll stick with our diet. We’ve watched too many episodes of My 600 Pound Life to fail. All it took was one whiny woman who cries like a tea kettle going off to convince … Continue reading Dieting While Married: What’s the Point?
…I could still draw them! The carrot is my second least favorite vegetable (first place goes to celery, of course!). This is something I share with … Continue reading I Don’t Like Carrots, But…
Our cooking skills aren’t the best. But this hasn’t stopped Jenny and I from regularly going into the kitchen for more than a snack. As part of our weekly cooking tradition, Jenny and I recently made omelettes. The result did … Continue reading How to Make Delicious Omelettes….Dum Dum Dum Dum [Music Note]
Last Saturday, Timmy and I decided we’d cook one extra day for our traditional Weekend Cooking (usually it’s only during Sundays). This means we actually get … Continue reading How to Cook Fried Chicken Like an Amateur (13 EASY Steps)
It’s cold season and I don’t just mean the heart of our president. People are catching the flu from unprotected sex and sharing chewing gum with strangers. I was recently a victim of such a cold which left me pretty … Continue reading Sick and Married: Reason Number One to Make Soup
One of the first things Jenny and I did when she arrived in the US, after embracing each other and peeing at the airport twice, was make mango float. I can’t even remember which weekend we did this; if it … Continue reading How To Make Mango Float: The White Person Way
By decline, I don’t only mean the reclining theater chairs. Which is kinda cool, I guess…after you finished laughing at them. Friday after Thanksgiving is special for my fiance and I. That is the time we watched our first movie together–in … Continue reading The Decline of the Movie Theater Experience
It’s been a few weeks since Jenny entered the despicable lair known as my home. Less than a week after she did we were fortunate enough to stumble upon a Filipino grocery store. And by stumble upon I mean via … Continue reading A Taste of Home-ba
Kenny Rogers of Jackass fame… Not, but really…Kenny Rogers, the musician who is as American as voting for Donald Trump while giving a bald eagle a blow job, has a popular restaurant in the Philippines. It’s called Kenny Rogers Roasters. … Continue reading Kenny Rogers Has a Popular Restaurant in the Philippines Yet None in the US
One of the last meals Jenny and I shared together in-person (last weekend we shared a meal via Skype; she had oatmeal while I ate steak and potatoes due to the time difference–let’s not count this one though) took place … Continue reading C-Words: Cake Icing, Cheetos, and Coffee
The day before Jenny’s birthday we went to a barbecue place. It was a little different than places you’d find in the United States as it included many vendors and had no real walls or roof. You get to pick … Continue reading Transsexuals Cooked Me Pig Rectum
The last month I’ve felt some really big lows. Two Bees in a Blog hasn’t been updated at all because how do you write about your life when the only thing good in it is one day it will end? … Continue reading Depressed Eating vs. Celebration Eating
Marrying a foreigner means an opportunity to eat the food she grew up with. What’s normal to Jenny isn’t always something I’m too familiar with. Filipino cuisine includes lots of pork and soups. Growing up in America, most of my … Continue reading Are You Afraid of Foreign Food?