Carinderia or fast food on street
April 13, 2013 9:55pm CST
Who else here who didn't cook meal and just bought it across the street. We recently moved and as I budget my money it seems buying cooked meal is wiser than I make it or cook it. Of course I still cook rice in the rice cooker. Maybe in other place street cook food is pricey but in my place any kind of meal with meat costs Php 20.00 or 50 cents in dollar and vegetable meal costs only Php 10.00 How about you, do you cook your meal or buy it also to your reliable carinderia.
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15 Apr 13
When we are in the apartment, we used to buy cooked foods in carinderia. It saves you time and gas or electricity. Sometimes it cost 15 pesos and that's enough for 1 to 2 person. I think it's okay to buy outside at least for one meal for the day then cook the rest.
14 Apr 13
Before I used to buy food in the nearest carinderia here because I am busy working and no time to cook but later on I decided to cook on my ow which is more healthy and delicious. It's true that you can save lots of money when you buy cook meals from the carinderia but your compromising you health by eating unhealty foods.
14 Apr 13
I am expecting guests today and we are cooking everything at home. Home cooked food is a luxury these days. That is how I look at it. The taste is definitely far better than what we get in hotels. But for emergencies I do rely on hotel food. We have a home delivery system here.