Wednesday, August 24, 2005

80 Breakfasts is featured in Pinoyatbp!

Wasn't I surprised and so thrilled when, wandering through my comments here, I discovered this one:

"Hi! I was browsing through the different food blogs looking for a site to promote on the launching of our community blog when I happened to encounter yours. I was wondering if it is okay with you if we included you as our featured blog section since the topic for our launching is food? We at http://pinoyatbp.fil.ph would appreciate it very much! Thanks!"

Oh, my little heart was tickled pink! Would it be ok to feature my blog? Sure!!! Oooh, I'm still blushing :-)

Pinoyatbp (meaning Pinoy at iba pa, loosely translated to mean Filipino and more) is a Filipino community blog which aims to link Pinoys around the world through the wonderful medium of blogging. They already have a varied group of writers (a lawyer and doctor included!)...all Filipinos from different parts of the world.

Check them out here...and don't forget to look for their sweet comments on 80 Breakfasts on the sidebar :-)

21 comments:

jun said...

yeah joey! they should definitely feature you at Pinoyatbp. Filipinos unite!

nakakagutom naman dito, ang sasarap naman ng mga presentations mo. breakfast is my favorite meal also.

Midge said...

Hey, Joey! Congrats for getting featured!

Kai said...

Hi Joey! Congrats!

About the street food thing, take your time on it. Karen of The Pilgrim thought it would be a good idea to use the topic for a Lasang Pinoy event, so I took it out for a moment. Still awaiting word from her kung tuloy. Will update you.

Kai said...

Hi again! It's official - street food will be an LP event! So the meme is off. Thanks!

ChichaJo said...

Thanks Jun! Glad to hear we have the same favorite meal...more breakfast posts to come :-)

Thanks Midge! :-)

Thanks Kai! Ok, will wait for the next Lasang Pinoy then...exciting!

Karen said...

Congratulations! Proof of how quality will go a long way! Yehey! Pretty soon you'll be a celebrity food blogger. ;-)

Isabela said...

Hi chicajo,
this is an awesome blog! Really (bihira ako pumuri hehehe) Na-try ko agad yung turon na may choc-nut (luuuv choc nut!) wow kakaiba. una medyo intriga ako parang weird kasi. Yun pala masarap. Mahilig din ako magluto....at kumain syempre! Congratulations!

dexiejane said...

woohooo, congrats :)

ChichaJo said...

Hello Karen and Dexie! Thanks so much for your comments and encouragement! :-)

Hi Isabela! Glad to hear you enjoyed my turon version :-) And thank you for your very nice comments! Thanks for dropping by!

Mona said...

congratulations! that's so exciting!!

megwoo said...

Good for you Joey! That's great!

Karen said...

pardon me while i wipe the drool off my mouth :). i'm one of the writers sa pinoyatbp and i've been out of circulation for a while so ngayon lang ako nakakavisit sa site mo. yummy! can i link you to my main blog (tabulas.com/~kren)?

ChichaJo said...

Mona li, Megwoo, and Karen, thanks so much for the felicitations! :-)

Karen, glad you find things yummy here :-) Yes, definitely you can link me...thanks!

Paz said...

What a wonderful community blog to unite everyone from around the world. Congratulations on being featured there. Really cool!

Paz

ChichaJo said...

Thanks Paz! :-)

nikki said...

hi! another pinoyatbp writer here...

ang sarap naman dito! gusto kong ipikit ang aking mga mata para huwag makita ang mga katakam-takam mong litrato kasi ginugutom ako. :-D

ChichaJo said...

Hi Nikki! Thanks for stopping by and for your nice comments! :-)

Patrice said...

Hi Joey!

Nover got to thank you for this post. Guess it goes both ways doesn't it? :)

I enjoyed your blog and hope you dont mind if I link your up sa Pinoyatbp.

ChichaJo said...

Hi Patrice! Thanks for dropping by! Thanks for the nice write up and sure you can add me to the links :-) That would be great!

Farid Zadi said...

Hi Joey,

I'm trying to do something like Pinoyatbp with North African and Middle Eastern bloggers.

The blogsphere is opening so much of the world to me, including the philipines of course!

ChichaJo said...

Hi Farid Zadi! I totally agree with you...the blogshere really does bring people and cultures together. For Filipinos, who are scattered all over the world, it is a wonderful tool...good luck with your own project of putting together something for North African and Middle Eastern bloggers! :-)

Personally, I love how much I'm learning about other food cultures...and I'm so glad I found your blog! I think African and Middle Eastern Cuisine is delicious!