Showing posts from November, 2020

Ford Philippines Extends Truck Month, Deals Available to More Ford Ranger Models

MANILA, Philippines, 16 November 2020  – Ford Philippines is extending its widely-anticipated Truck Month until the end of this month, with cash discounts available to more Ford Ranger models.   “We are happy to announce that the Ford Truck Month is extended until November 30 to allow more customers to get a Ford Ranger with great deals. The Ford Truck Month also just got better this month with cash discounts extended to more Ford Ranger models, giving customers the widest array of deals for our ‘Built Ford Tough’ pickup trucks,” says PK Umashankar, president and managing director, Ford Philippines.   New Truck Month deals available this November include a PHP90,000 cash discount for the Ranger  2.0L Bi-Turbo Wildtrak 4x4 AT as well as for the Ranger 2.2L XLT 4x2 AT and a PHP65,000 cash discount for the Ranger 2.2L XLT 4x2 MT.   The Ranger 2.0L Wildtrak 4x2 MT is still available this month with a PHP90,000 cash discount while the Ranger 2.0L Wildtrak 4x2 AT still comes with a cash disc

Karenderia Explorer | Pungko-Pungko in Centro Mandaue

Cebuanos love pungko-pungko and this type of local "cuisine" is not just confined to Cebu City.  It has been a while since I had eaten or bought at a pungko-pungko stall and after seeing one in my recent drive to Mandaue City, I decided to feast on Ginabot (Fried pork mesentery) and more! Karenderia Explorer presents Pungko-Pungko ni Mam Lisa sa Mandaue Met Mam Lisa.  She operates a Pungko-Pungko stall in Mandaue City just right across Times Kitchen Panceteria.  What makes her pungko-pungko stall different is that she offers bigger cuts of Fried Pork Mesentery locally called Ginabot and Fried Pork Intestines which locals call Sha-e.   Aside from the popular cuts, she also sells other classic pungko-pungko items like lumpia, ngohiong, bola-bola, pork chops, and even hotdog and dried squid.  Any pungko-pungko patron (or suki) will surely be happy with the choices in her stall. I surely enjoyed my short interaction with her since I was able to buy some of the food that I haven