Posted in Mobile App, Social Media, Tutorials

How To Upload Full-Size Videos On Instagram Stories

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When you record a full-size video as an Instagram story by holding and pressing on Normal, the video would only record up to 14-15 seconds. I use an iPhone 6 Plus and I would notice even at the maximum of 15 seconds the full-size video would freeze and disappear and I could not add any text or emoji to it.

Sometimes I find it makes sense to record a single longer video using the iPhone’s camera options rather than recording it via Instagram’s Add Story options. However, even if you record a shorter video on the iPhone camera and subsequently add it as an Instagram story, you would find that Instagram story feature does not support full-size videos and you end up with cropped ones instead. (Users with Business accounts on Instagram can upload videos longer than 15 seconds on their Instagram stories.)  Some users are faced with a technical issue when uploading videos as an Instagram story and the solution to a successful video upload largely has to do with compressing the video first. Here is my solution to uploading full-size videos as Instagram stories.

In the following video, I would be splitting a 50-second video into 4 parts so it would still meet the time limit for the IG story. In order to do this, I would need to duplicate a 1 50-second video into three more. I do this by selecting the full-size video and choosing Duplicate.

Now that I have all four videos, the next step would be to go to CropVS to re-orient the video to make it fit for Instagram story sharing. I recommend going to CropVS first rather than trimming the video on iMovie because iMovie automatically crops the video once you trim it and it doesn’t look good. CropVS, on the other hand, has “fit width” and “fit height” options and it results in a full-size video once shared as Instagram story. In the video below, I selected the first 50-second video from Camera Roll and CropVS compresses it. After CropVS compresses the video, all I do is tap on Share and wait for the app to render the video and the full-size reoriented video is instantly saved to my Camera Roll.

Now that I have the full-size reoriented video from CropVS, I would click on Edit and choose iMovie. From there I would trim the video to the first 11-15 seconds.

Having gone through the full-size reorientation in CropVS and trimmed process in iMovie, it’s time to share it on Instagram as a story.

I repeated the process for the other 3 duplicate videos. Here is how it showed up on my Instagram story:

You can actually select CropVS from the Edit part on your Camera Roll. However, I would not suggest doing that because it crops the full-size video to a miniature version. Here’s an example:

I recommend opening the CropVS mobile app first and selecting the video from there.

Video of my mother and my niece is taken by my youngest sister whose voice is also heard on the video.

CropVS has in-app purchases so you may get watermark on your videos if not upgraded. iMovie is a free mobile app pre-installed with your iPhone, of course. Instagram is a free mobile app.

Update: July 6, 2018

There is a mobile app that makes splicing videos for Instagram stories and it’s called Cutstory. Go ahead and download it now.

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If you still want to crop videos first before uploading them to Cutstory for cutting and saving, I do recommend CropVS still for cropping purposes. Sometimes there are parts of a video we want to omit and CropVS would work well for that.

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Another question you might have is about how to upload full size photo to an Instagram story. There are mobile apps out there that can accomplish that task for you but if you want the basic method without a mobile app’s help, you can do so by first selecting the photo and tapping once on the center until the top and bottom parts of the screen appear black. Tap on Screenshot.

You can compare how the original photo and the screenshot image appear here:

If you want to know how to add music on Instagram stories, check out this related post as well.

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Posted in Food Delivery, Mobile App

Warning When Using The Yellow Cab PH App

In two months’ time I will have commemorated my 1 year anniversary of not having been reimbursed by Yellow Cab. Someone once told me no matter how insignificant the amount owed may be, you still have to get back what’s yours.

On August 6, 2016, I ordered via Yellow Cab’s mobile app. An error appeared when I clicked through the payment gateway – it rejected the transaction on the grounds that my card did not have sufficient balance. Well, I checked before I ordered so I was sure I had enough on my reloadable prepaid card (it was the RCBC Mercury Drug MyWallet Visa Card). However, when I checked my balance and transaction history in my RCBC AccessOne mobile app, I saw the amount due for the Yellow Cab order had been deducted.

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I contacted Yellow Cab’s customer support and they sent me a screenshot of their system indicating the transaction I made using the MyWallet Visa card was rejected.

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By September 18, 2016 I had to contact RCBC’s Customer Support because I was still not refunded the amount. October came and RCBC had not replied. If you don’t proactively follow up with them, they’d forget it about it. Out of sight, out of mind.

By October 29, 2016, RCBC’s Customer Support told me that according to their ATM center, they could no longer do a reversal because the amount had already been remitted to the merchant. After that date, all subsequent e-mail exchange had been between Yellow Cab or a representative of the Max’s Group as they are collectively called and I.

On November 1, 2016 I had to send a follow-up e-mail to Max’s Group because my October 29th e-mail was ignored. Jharry from Customer Care replied that they will be coordinating with their merchant bank and that “Rest assured that we are with you in monitoring this concern.”

Silence. On November 17, 2016, I decided to send a follow-up e-mail. No reply. On November 21, 2016, I reiterated my request for an update. NOTHING. On December 2, 2016, I sent an e-mail again. I did get a reply on December 3, 2016 that they have not received a reply from their merchant bank yet. Sure. My December 28, 2016 and January 25, 2017 e-mails were ignored.

Thank you so much, Max’s Group, for ignoring me.

Posted in Lifestyle, Mobile App, Psychology, Social Media

Alex Wallet Purchased From Instagram Seller

We all know not only is Instagram a great place for sharing photos but it has also been a burgeoning marketplace mainly because of its straightforward marketing capabilities, rivaling Facebook at that. I have purchased from Instagram resellers for a few years already and with some of the sellers I’ve done repeat purchases. The purchases I made from Instagram sellers were mainly beauty/hair products, smartphone accessories, food products and wallets. It is for the wallet department that I want to raise awareness about so other Instagram users can be made aware.

Sometime in April this year I made a purchase of the popular Alex wallet. It supposedly holds more cards than the regular wallet I had. I had seen the Alex wallet before from Instagram sellers I have followed and after a year it was still being advertised. Determined to purchase the Alex wallet at the time, I painstakingly looked through my backup OneDrive gallery to look for the screenshot I took of a few Philippine resellers who were advertising it. Browsing through hashtags for Alex wallet PH was easier though because the results gave me the updated resellers.

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Transaction was swift and soon I received the Alex wallet I purchased at PhP400. However, I did not even use it for more than a month when I opened the portions with zippers and found that from the inside the thin brown cloth lining it had been torn.

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I finally decided to purchase the card wallet at Daiso Japan two days ago and it holds the same number of cards as the Alex wallet one. For PhP88 it does seem to hold the promise of being more reliable than the Alex wallet which I purchased for almost 4x its price.

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Posted in Games, Mobile App

Cooking Dash Daily Goals Cheat Sheet

1271403578_1361352966When you’ve completed most of the shows in Cooking Dash and just want to earn additional free gold in Daily Goals, it can be cumbersome to do trial and error to finish the required task. Not too long ago I’ve come up with a small cheat sheet for Cooking Dash Daily Goals. These are the most common tasks in Daily Goals that I have repeatedly accomplished. I saved myself the trouble of trial and error by listing some of them. Not a complete list but this will definitely help save you time and supplies. An IMPORTANT NOTE to remember, though, is a required number in a daily goal can sometimes only be achieved by using that particular show’s own VIP/Auto Chef as opposed to using either Cray Teaque or Richard Loco Moco. I would use either of the two especially if I have not purchased the show’s VIP/Auto Chef yet, which sometimes require I play the episode again in order to reach the daily goal.

As for the treasure hunt, sometimes the required amount for a recipe is over fifties and some required recipes are scarcely served in other episodes. I would keep playing that one best episode that serves 4 instead of having to play the second best episode that has 3. I always keep this post updated and I do appreciate the feedback as it helps me to refer back to my Excel file for the overall list.

Steak in Table Steaks – S3E8

Grilled Shrimp in Table Steaks – S3E8

Grilled Broccoli in Table Steaks – S3E9

Grilled Chicken in Table Steaks – S1E10, S1E11

Grilled Bell Pepper in Table Steaks – S1E12, S1E13

French Fries in Table Steaks – S3E8, S3E13

Chicken-Fried Steak in Table Steaks – S3E7, S3E11

Fried Shrimp in Table Steaks – S2E6, S2E12

Fried Broccoli in Table Steaks – S3E10

Fried Bell Pepper in Table Steaks – S2E14, S2E15

Fried Chicken in Table Steaks – S3E12, S3E14

Pork Burrito in Taco Train – S2E9, S4E4, S2E12

Al Pastor in Taco Train – S1E13, S4E1

Pollo Asado in Taco Train – S1E8, S4E13

Queso Dip in Taco Train – S4E14

Grilled Beans in Taco Train – S3E14

Vegan Tostada in Taco Train – S2E7, S2E13

Chimichanga in Taco Train – S2E5, S2E6, S2E13, S2E14

Refried Beans in Taco Train – S2E4

Steak Taco in Taco Train – S3E4, S4E7

Cheese Nachos in Taco Train – S3E8

Chicken Nachos in Taco Train – S3E13, S3E14

Chocolate-Dipped Beetle in Adventurous Eats – S3E1

Kelp ‘n’ Tentacles Smoothie in Adventurous Eats – S1E8

Fried Beetle in Adventurous Eats – S1E9, S2E14

Fried Slug in Adventurous Eats – S1E8, S1E10

Larvae Smoothie in Adventurous Eats – S1E9

Chocolate-Dipped Slug in Adventurous Eats – S2E11, S3E12

Fried Kelp ‘n’ Tentacles in Adventurous Eats – S3E15

Fried Scorpion in Adventurous Eats – S2E9

Fried Larvae in Adventurous Eats – S3E8

Candied Slug in Adventurous Eats – S3E14

Candied Beetle in Adventurous Eats – S2E8

Candied Scorpion in Adventurous Eats – S2E9

Chocolate-Dipped Scorpion in Adventurous Eats – S3E9

Fried Brain in Adventurous Eats – S3E4

Chocolate-Dipped Brain in Adventurous Eats – S3E6

Candied Brain in Adventurous Eats – S3E8

Flapjacks in Country Fried Cabin – S1E9

Scrambled Eggs in Country Fried Cabin – S3E9

Country Biscuits in Country Fried Cabin – S4E13, S1E12

Plain Oatmeal in Country Fried Cabin – S1E9

Blueberry Flapjacks in Country Fried Cabin – S1E11

Oatmeal with Raisins in Country Fried Cabin – S1E13

Hash Browns in Country Fried Cabin – S2E1

Plain Yogurt in Country Fried Cabin – S2E4

Apple Flapjacks in Country Fried Cabin – S2E5

Blueberry Coffee Cake in Country Fried Cabin – S2E8

French Toast in Country Fried Cabin – S2E10

Oatmeal with Nuts and Strawberries in Country Fried Cabin – S2E13, S2E14

Country Fried Steak in Country Fried Cabin – S3E1, S3E2

Yogurt with Strawberries in Country Fried Cabin – S3E4

Apple French Toast in Country Fried Cabin – S4E9

Potato Scramble in Country Fried Cabin – S3E10

Corned Beef Hash in Country Fried Cabin – S4E2

Steak and Eggs in Country Fried Cabin – S4E1

Yogurt with Nuts and Raisins in Country Fried Cabin – S4E3

Blueberry French Toast in Country Fried Cabin – S4E8

Tuna Roll in Enso Sushi – S1E9

Yellowtail Roll in Enso Sushi – S2E13

Edamame in Enso Sushi – S1E15

Yellowtail Temaki in Enso Sushi – S1E10, S2E3, S2E7, S2E11

Tuna Temaki in Enso Sushi – S1E11

Miso Soup in Enso Sushi – S2E2

Shrimp Tempura in Enso Sushi – S2E3

Caterpillar Roll in Enso Sushi – S2E4

Eel Tempura in Enso Sushi – S2E10

Seaweed Salad in Enso Sushi – S2E7, S2E8

Shrimp Roll in Enso Sushi – S2E9

Squid Tempura in Enso Sushi – S3E14

Eel Temaki in Enso Sushi – S3E1

Squid Temaki in Enso Sushi – S3E9, S3E11

Dragon Roll in Enso Sushi – S3E1

Cherry Blossom Roll in Enso Sushi – S3E6

10,001 Leagues Roll in Enso Sushi – S3E4, S3E5

Mango Tango Roll in Enso Sushi – S3E7

Dragon Soup in Medieval Dines – S2E8

Grilled Pigeon in Medieval Dines – S3E8

Grilled Dragon Meat in Medieval Dines – S2E5

Pigeon Soup in Medieval Dines – S1E8; S3E6

Grilled Onion Blossom in Medieval Dines – S3E10; S4E12; S2E9

Onion Soup in Medieval Dines – S1E14

Grilled Onion Rings in Medieval Dines – S3E7; S4E14

Dragon Fondue in Medieval Dines – S4E13

Pigeon Fondue in Medieval Dines – S1E14

Potato Soup in Medieval Dines – S2E1; S2E2

Baked Potato in Medieval Dines – S2E3; S4E9

Potatoes Au Gratin in Medieval Dines – S2E4; S2E5

Dragon Pie in Medieval Dines – S4E14; S2E6

Pigeon Pie in Medieval Dines – S2E8

Grilled Jack Rabbit in Medieval Dines – S2E12; S2E11

Grilled Potato Medley in Medieval Dines – S2E12; S4E7; S4E8

Jack Rabbit Soup in Medieval Dines – S2E14

Wheat Bread in Medieval Dines – S4E2; S3E2

Crushed Wheat Porridge in Medieval Dines – S3E3

Jack Rabbit Pie in Medieval Dines – S4E13

Rye Bread in Medieval Dines – S3E14; S3E12

Crushed Rye Porridge in Medieval Dines – S3E13

Jack Rabbit Fondue in Medieval Dines – S4E14

Welsh Rarebit on Rye in Medieval Dines – S4E1

Cheese-and-Onion Pie in Medieval Dines – S4E4

Welsh Rarebit on Wheat in Medieval Dines – S4E7

Rouladen in Bavaria Fest – S1E13

German Potato Salad in Bavaria Fest – S1E7

Roast Pig in Bavaria Fest – S1E6

Sauerkraut in Bavaria Fest – S1E8; S1E12

Wienerschnitzel in Bavaria Fest – S2E8

Potato Pancakes in Bavaria Fest – S4E14

German Apple Cake in Bavaria Fest – S2E4

Jaegerschnitzel in Bavaria Fest – S2E7

Cabbage Strudel in Bavaria Fest – S2E6; S2E8

Mushroom Rouladen in Bavaria Fest – S2E9

Pork Goulash in Bavaria Fest – S4E12

Pretzel in Bavaria Fest – S3E8; S3E9

Apple Strudel in Bavaria Fest – S3E4

Bavarian Potato Dumpling in Bavaria Fest – S3E12

Spaetzle in Bavaria Fest – S3E11

Rye Bread in Bavaria Fest – S3E13; S3E14

Beef Strudel in Bavaria Fest – S4E1

Cabbage Rolls in Bavaria Fest – S4E6

Bavarian Bread Soup in Bavaria Fest – S4E7; S4E11

Jaegerspaetzle in Bavaria Fest – S4E8

Grilled Steak in Barnyard BBQ – S3E6

Grilled Whole Turkey in Barnyard BBQ – S2E7

Coleslaw in Barnyard BBQ – S2E7; S3E8

Grilled Ribrack in Barnyard BBQ – S1E8

Grilled Ribs in Barnyard BBQ – S1E14

Grilled Turkey Pieces in Barnyard BBQ – S1E15

Corn on the Cob in Barnyard BBQ – S1E14

Smoked Turkey in Barnyard BBQ – S2E1

Smoked Beans in Barnyard BBQ – S2E2; S3E12

Smoked Rack o’ Ribs in Barnyard BBQ – S2E4

Spicy Smoked Steak in Barnyard BBQ – S3E8; S2E8

Spicy Smoked Beans in Barnyard BBQ – S2E13

Smoked Garlic Turkey in Barnyard BBQ – S3E12

Spicy Smoked Pork Ribs in Barnyard BBQ – S2E15

Spicy Slaw in Barnyard BBQ – S3E10; S3E1; S3E6

Spicy Corn on the Cob in Barnyard BBQ – S3E3

Creamed Corn in Barnyard BBQ – S3E5

Grilled Ribrack in Barnyard BBQ – S3E6

London Broil in Barnyard BBQ – S3E7

Pulled Pork in Barnyard BBQ – S3E9

Shredded Brisket in Barnyard BBQ – S3E11

Grilled Peaches in Cookie’s Cookout – S1E15; S2E8

Grilled Mushroom in Cookie’s Cookout – S2E15; S1E8

Buttered Grilled Trout in Cookie’s Cookout – S3E2

Buttered Pork Chops in Cookie’s Cookout – S1E12; S1E13

Fresh Peach Slices in Cookie’s Cookout – S2E14

Mushroom Kebabs in Cookie’s Cookout – S2E14; S3E5

Spicy Smoked Trout in Cookie’s Cookout – S2E2; S2E3

Buttered Smoked Mushrooms in Cookie’s Cookout – S3E4

Spicy Grilled Pork in Cookie’s Cookout – S2E14

Buffalo Wings in Cookie’s Cookout – S2E11; S2E14

Trout Jerky in Cookie’s Cookout – S2E10

Fish Kebabs in Cookie’s Cookout – S2E14

Spiced Peach Slices in Cookie’s Cookout – S3E2

Buttered Grilled Lobster in Cookie’s Cookout – S3E5

Pulled Pork in Cookie’s Cookout – S3E6

Smoked Grilled Chicken Wings in Cookie’s Cookout – S3E9

Smoked Lobster in Cookie’s Cookout – S3E10

Hot Dog in Out ‘N’ Inning – S3E3

Sliders in Out ‘N’ Inning – S2E9; S4E10

French Fries in Out ‘N’ Inning – S3E8; S3E9

Popcorn in Out ‘N’ Inning – S2E8

Garlic Fries in Out ‘N’ Inning – S1E9

Cup of Chocolate Ice Cream in Out ‘N’ Inning – S1E13

Cheeseburger in Out ‘N’ Inning – S2E7

Basic Nachos in Out ‘N’ Inning – S2E2; S2E3

Churro in Out ‘N’ Inning – S1E14

Double-Chocolate Sundae in Out ‘N’ Inning – S3E12

Corn Dog in Out ‘N’ Inning – S3E15

Taco Salad in Out ‘N’ Inning – S2E3

Caramel Popcorn in Out ‘N’ Inning – S2E7; S2E8

Chili-Cheese Fries in Out ‘N’ Inning – S3E8

Vanilla Ice Cream Cone in Out ‘N’ Inning – S2E13; S2E14; S2E15

Pretzel in Out ‘N’ Inning – S4E15; S3E13

Filthy Slider in Out ‘N’ Inning – S4E9

Caramel Chocolate Sundae in Out ‘N’ Inning – S3E14

Triples Alley Nachos in Out ‘N’ Inning – S4E2

Vanilla Chocolate Sundae in Out ‘N’ Inning – S4E14

Chocolate-Covered Churro in Out ‘N’ Inning – S4E7

Home Run Dog in Out ‘N’ Inning – S4E2; S4E13

Fried Caramel Vanilla Ice Cream in Out ‘N’ Inning – S4E13

Fried Double-Chocolate Ice Cream in Out ‘N’ Inning – S4E9; S4E10; S4E13

Strawberry Jam in Wonderland Delights – S3E14

Strawberry Tea in Wonderland Delights – S1E2

Strawberry Chocolate Nibble of Hearts in Wonderland Delights – S2E2

Strawberry Chocolate Nibble of Diamonds in Wonderland Delights – S2E6

Blueberry Jam in Wonderland Delights – S1E12

Cream Cheese Crackers with Blueberry Jam in Wonderland Delights – S1E12

Cream Cheese Crackers with Strawberry Jam in Wonderland Delights – S1E11

Blueberry Vanilla Cakelet of Spades in Wonderland Delights – S2E5

Blueberry Vanilla Cakelet of Clubs in Wonderland Delights – S1E13

Salami and Cream Cheese Crackers in Wonderland Delights – S2E1; S4E2

Salmon and Cream Cheese Crackers in Wonderland Delights – S2E13; S2E3

Lemon Jam in Wonderland Delights – S2E6

Cream Cheese Crackers with Lemon Jam in Wonderland Delights – S2E7

Lemon Chocolate Petit Four of Hearts in Wonderland Delights – S2E9

Lemon Chocolate Petit Four of Diamonds in Wonderland Delights – S2E10

Strawberry Vanilla Nibble of Spades in Wonderland Delights – S2E14

Strawberry Vanilla Nibble of Clubs in Wonderland Delights – S3E9

Cucumber and Cream Cheese Sandwich in Wonderland Delights – S3E4, S3E8, S3E10, S3E5

Salmon and Cucumber Crackers in Wonderland Delights – S4E8

Salami and Cucumber Crackers in Wonderland Delights – S4E9

Blueberry Chocolate Cakelet of Hearts in Wonderland Delights -S3E12

Blueberry Chocolate Cakelet of Diamonds in Wonderland Delights -S3E7

Salmon and Cucumber Sandwich in Wonderland Delights – S3E9

Salmon and Cream Cheese Sandwich in Wonderland Delights – S3E11

Lemon Vanilla Petit Four of Spades in Wonderland Delights – S3E13

Lemon Vanilla Petit Four of Clubs in Wonderland Delights – S3E14; S4E3; S4E4; S4E9

Pâté and Cream Cheese Sandwich in Wonderland Delights – S4E1; S4E2

Pâté and Cucumber Sandwich in Wonderland Delights – S4E4; S4E11

Steamed Crab Legs in Pieces of Ate – S1E13

Crunchy Roasted Lentils in Pieces of Ate – S1E13

Hardtack in Pieces of Ate – S4E11

Curried Lentil Soup in Pieces of Ate – S1E8

Crab Cakes in Pieces of Ate – S2E7

Kraken Curry in Pieces of Ate – S1E11

Crab Curry in Pieces of Ate – S1E10

Tentacle Jerky in Pieces of Ate – S1E12; S1E13

Spicy Snapper Steak in Pieces of Ate – S2E6

Fish Jerky in Pieces of Ate – S2E3

Fried Whole Crab in Pieces of Ate – S2E7

Crab Dip in Pieces of Ate – S2E8

Crackers in Pieces of Ate – S2E9

Kraken Calamari in Pieces of Ate – S3E12

Fried Snapper Filet in Pieces of Ate – S4E13

Sweet Biscuit in Pieces of Ate – S3E1

Pineapple Pudding in Pieces of Ate – S3E4

Beet Soup in Pieces of Ate – S3E6

Sweet Lentil Stew in Pieces of Ate – S3E8

Roasted Beet Salad in Pieces of Ate – S4E12

Glazed Snapper Steak in Pieces of Ate – S3E13

Candied Pineapple in Pieces of Ate – S4E6

Fried Lentil Balls in Pieces of Ate – S4E4

Banana Crepe in Cat Lady Crepes – S2E6; S3E3; S3E10

Grilled Salmon Filet in Cat Lady Crepes – S1E14

Creamy Salmon Crepe in Cat Lady Crepes – S2E4

Sausage Links in Cat Lady Crepes – S1E12

Banana Bread Muffin in Cat Lady Crepes – S1E9; S1E12

Baked Salmon Filet in Cat Lady Crepes – S2E3

Savory Sausage Crepe in Cat Lady Crepes – S1E13

Breakfast Sandwich in Cat Lady Crepes – S2E5

Sunny-Side Up Eggs in Cat Lady Crepes – S2E6; S2E5

Eggs Benedict in Cat Lady Crepes – S2E7

Strawberry Macarons in Cat Lady Crepes – S2E9; S2E12

Muffin with Jam in Cat Lady Crepes – S2E13; S2E14

Strawberry Tart in Cat Lady Crepes – S3E1; S4E14

Strawberry Mousse in Cat Lady Crepes – S4E14

Banana Cream Pie in Cat Lady Crepes – S3E5

Banana Soft Serve Whipped Cream in Cat Lady Crepes – S4E10

French Toast in Cat Lady Crepes – S4E9

Spinach Quiche in Cat Lady Crepes – S4E14

Strawberry Chocolate Crepe in Cat Lady Crepes – S4E12; S4E13

Quiche Lorraine in Cat Lady Crepes – S4E5; S4E15

White Pizza in Zero-G Pizzeria – S1E13

Orange Drink in Zero-G Pizzeria – S1E13

Bread Sticks in Zero-G Pizzeria – S4E8

Cheese Pizza in Zero-G Pizzeria – S2E7, S3E7

Chicken Pizza in Zero-G Pizzeria – S1E14, S2E3

Pepperoni Pizza in Zero-G Pizzeria – S1E14

Astronaut Ice Cream in Zero-G Pizzeria – S1E11

Cheesy Bread Sticks in Zero-G Pizzeria – S3E8, S4E9

Chicken Topped Salad in Zero-G Pizzeria – S4E14, S4E15

Spaghetti in Zero-G Pizzeria – S2E4

Mac n Cheese in Zero-G Pizzeria – S2E5, S2E7

Chicken Alfredo in Zero-G Pizzeria – S2E8, S4E12

Anchovy Pizza in Zero-G Pizzeria – S2E11, S4E7

Olive Pizza in Zero-G Pizzeria – S2E13, S2E14

Greek Salad in Zero-G Pizzeria – S4E5

Green Pepper Pizza in Zero-G Pizzeria – S3E4, S3E6

Nicoise Salad in Zero-G Pizzeria – S3E5, S4E3

Cheesy Mushroom Pasta in Zero-G Pizzeria – S3E8

Mushroom Pizza in Zero-G Pizzeria – S3E10

Olive Tomato Pasta in Zero-G Pizzeria – S3E13, S3E14

Meat Lover’s Pizza in Zero-G Pizzeria – S4E1

Veggie Pizza in Zero-G Pizzeria – S4E4

Pepperoni Pasta Bake in Zero-G Pizzeria – S4E7, S4E14

Poi in Lava Luau – S1E10

Grilled Plantains in Lava Luau – S2E7; S4E7

Grilled Taro in Lava Luau – S2E15

Tuna Tartare in Lava Luau – S3E11

Blackened Tuna in Lava Luau – S1E12; S1E15

Fresh Chopped Pineapple in Lava Luau – S2E6

Grilled Pineapple in Lava Luau – S1E13

Kalua Pork in Lava Luau – S2E1; S2E5

Laulau in Lava Luau – S3E10

Smoked Tuna in Lava Luau – S3E15; S4E6

Ahi Poke in Lava Luau – S3E14

Plantain Rice Pudding in Lava Luau – S2E10; S4E9

Lotus Leaf Pork Wrap in Lava Luau – S2E12; S2E13

Plantain Chips in Lava Luau – S4E2

Taro Chips in Lava Luau – S3E3

Macaroni Salad in Lava Luau – S3E5

Pork Katsu in Lava Luau – S3E7; S4E10

Hawaiian Fried Rice in Lava Luau – S3E10

Rice Cakes in Lava Luau – S4E1

Taro Cake in Lava Luau – S4E3

Pork Skewers in Lava Luau – S4E8

Naan in Feastival of Lights – S1E12 (Repeat 2x)

Bhatura in Feastival of Lights – S3E14

Samosa in Feastival of Lights – S1E11

Plain Rice in Feastival of Lights – S4E1; S4E2

Chicken Kebab in Feastival of Lights – S1E8; S1E12

Idly in Feastival of Lights – S1E13

Jeera Aloo in Feastival of Lights – S2E1

Potato Kati Roll in Feastival of Lights – S2E5; S2E7

Veggie Kati Roll in Feastival of Lights – S2E8; S2E9

Veggie Kebab in Feastival of Lights – S2E10; S2E12

Veggie Curry in Feastival of Lights – S2E13; S2E14; S4E8

Chicken Curry in Feastival of Lights – S3E2

Lamb Kebab in Feastival of Lights – S3E4; S3E7

Lamb Kati Roll in Feastival of Lights – S3E7

Pakoras in Feastival of Lights – S3E10; S3E12

Lamb Fry in Feastival of Lights – S3E13; S3E15

Chicken Biryani in Feastival of Lights – S4E1

Lamb Curry in Feastival of Lights – S4E11

Veggie Biryani in Feastival of Lights – S4E8

Galbi Shortribs in K-Pop Kitchen – S3E9

Grilled Tofu in K-Pop Kitchen – S2E10; S4E1

Spicy Rice Cake in K-Pop Kitchen – S1E10

Beef Bulgogi in K-Pop Kitchen – S3E14

Bibimbap in K-Pop Kitchen – S1E8; S3E13

Kimchi Fried Rice in K-Pop Kitchen – S4E3; S2E13; S2E14

Kimbap in K-Pop Kitchen – S4E13; S4E12

Japchae Noodles in K-Pop Kitchen – S2E1; S2E6

Rice Porridge in K-Pop Kitchen – S2E3

Veggie Pancakes in K-Pop Kitchen – S2E7; S3E15

Soft Tofu Stew in K-Pop Kitchen – S2E10

Kimchi Dumplings in K-Pop Kitchen – S2E13

Pork Belly in K-Pop Kitchen – S3E1; S3E5

Pork Cutlet in K-Pop Kitchen – S4E14

Rice Cake Soup in K-Pop Kitchen – S3E12

Blood Sausage in K-Pop Kitchen – S4E8

Cold Noodle Soup in K-Pop Kitchen – S3E13

Kimchi Soup in K-Pop Kitchen – S4E1

Spicy Beef Stew in K-Pop Kitchen – S4E5; S4E6

Haejangguk Pork Soup in K-Pop Kitchen – S4E7; S4E8

Fire Roasted Fish Fillet in Caveman Paleo – S1E12

Pork Roast in Caveman Paleo – S1E9

Pork Skewers in Caveman Paleo – S4E5

Baked Trout in Caveman Paleo – S1E13

Fire Roasted Tomato in Caveman Paleo – S3E4

Fish and Tomato Skewers in Caveman Paleo – S3E14

Durian Pork in Caveman Paleo – S1E14, S2E4

Fire Roasted Quail in Caveman Paleo – S1E12

Berry Stuffed Quail in Caveman Paleo – S2E7

Roasted Carrots in Caveman Paleo – S2E3, S4E13

Boiled Terror Bird Egg in Caveman Paleo – S2E11

Tomato and Roasted Eggplant Skewer in Caveman Paleo – S2E7, S2E9

Quail Stew in Caveman Paleo – S2E10

Boiled Clams in Caveman Paleo – S3E8, S3E9

Tomato and Mushroom Skewer in Caveman Paleo – S3E15

Boiled Yellow Terror Bird Egg in Caveman Paleo – S2E12

Stewed Carrots in Caveman Paleo – S4E13

Baked Open-Faced Clam with Tomato in Caveman Paleo – S3E8

Boiled Red Terror Bird Egg in Caveman Paleo – S3E6

Pork and Eggs in Caveman Paleo – S4E3

Boiled Purple Terror Bird Egg in Caveman Paleo – S3E11

Quail and Eggplant Stew in Caveman Paleo – S3E14

Carrot Souffle in Caveman Paleo – S4E13

Mushroom Stuffed Baked Clams in Caveman Paleo – S4E10

Trout and Mushroom Stew in Caveman Paleo – S4E15

Quail and Berry Stew in Caveman Paleo – S4E15

Quail and Durian Stew in Caveman Paleo – S4E9

Grilled Crawfish in Chew Orleans – S2E13, S4E3

Grilled Okra in Chew Orleans – S1E15

Crawfish Etouffee in Chew Orleans – S2E2

Grilled Catfish Filet in Chew Orleans – S1E9, S3E3

Okra Creole in Chew Orleans – S4E11

Beignets in Chew Orleans – S1E10, S1E14

Baked Catfish Filet in Chew Orleans – S1E13

Fried Okra in Chew Orleans – S2E1

Corn Bread in Chew Orleans – S2E3, S2E4

Hush Puppies in Chew Orleans – S2E7, S2E8

Fried Crawfish in Chew Orleans – S2E8

Chargrilled Oysters in Chew Orleans – S2E11, S2E12

Oysters Rockefeller in Chew Orleans – S2E13

Gumbo in Chew Orleans – S3E15

Jambalaya in Chew Orleans – S3E6

Fried Catfish in Chew Orleans – S3E7

Catfish Po’ Boy in Chew Orleans – S3E9

Andouille Hot Dog in Chew Orleans – S3E11

Maque Choux in Chew Orleans – S4E9, S4E10

Fried Oysters in Chew Orleans – S4E12, S4E14, S4E15

Oyster Po’ Boy in Chew Orleans – S4E13

Crawfish Po’ Boy in Chew Orleans – S4E15

Pumpkin Potion in Chateau Creep – S1E9, S1E10

Jack O’ Lantern in Chateau Creep – S2E7, S3E9

Candied Spiders in Chateau Creep – S1E9

Candy Bark in Chateau Creep – S1E10, S1E12

Trick Bag in Chateau Creep – S1E11, S1E12

Treat Bag in Chateau Creep – S1E13

Baked Apples in Chateau Creep – S2E6

Full Moon Pie in Chateau Creep – S2E14, S3E13

Pumpkin Cookies in Chateau Creep – S4E10

Spider Cupcakes in Chateau Creep – S2E8

Caramel Apple in Chateau Creep – S2E14

Eyeball Cake Pop in Chateau Creep – S4E2

Candy Corn in Chateau Creep – S3E1, S3E3

Eerie Elixir in Chateau Creep – S3E4

Sugar Spider Web in Chateau Creep – S3E7, S3E9, S3E12

Witch’s Brew in Chateau Creep – S3E11

Ghost Marshmallow in Chateau Creep – S3E14

Candied Caramel Apple in Chateau Creep – S4E2, S4E9

Franken-Mallow in Chateau Creep – S4E4, S4E6

Candied Spider Apple in Chateau Creep – S4E14

Grilled Meatballs Marinara in Metal Chef Italian – S1E11, S1E13, S2E15, S2E6, S2E11

Grilled Bread in Metal Chef Italian – S2E4, S2E3, S2E2, S3E14, S1E15

Spaghetti and Meatballs in Metal Chef Italian – S1E14, S1E15

Grilled Spaghetti and Shrimp Marinara in Metal Chef Italian – S3E4, S3E2, S1E8, S1E9

Baked Bruschetta in Metal Chef Italian – S3E10, S3E13, S3E5, S3E14

Espresso in Hip Stir Cafe – S1E9; S1E10

Latte in Hip Stir Cafe – S1E11; S2E9; S3E8

Plain Huckleberry Ring Donut in Hip Stir Cafe – S1E12

Drip Coffee in Hip Stir Cafe – S2E13; S2E2; S3E10; S4E6

Cinnamon Pistachio Long John in Hip Stir Cafe – S3E15; S1E11

Macchiato in Hip Stir Cafe – S4E7

Chocolate Huckleberry Donut Holes in Hip Stir Cafe – S1E13

Cinnamon S’more Long John in Hip Stir Cafe – S4E6

Cold Brew in Hip Stir Cafe – S2E15

Double Shot Espresso in Hip Stir Cafe – S2E6

Plain Pistachio Ring Donut in Hip Stir Cafe – S4E12

Hot Chocolate in Hip Stir Cafe – S2E15

Caffe Vienna in Hip Stir Cafe – S2E13

Chocolate S’more Donut Holes in Hip Stir Cafe – S3E11

Caffe Au Lait in Hip Stir Cafe – S3E5

Plain Maple Bacon Ring Donut in Hip Stir Cafe – S3E6; S3E14

Frappe in Hip Stir Cafe – S3E9

Chocolate Pistachio Donut Holes in Hip Stir Cafe – S4E15

Caffe Mocha in Hip Stir Cafe – S4E12

Cinnamon Maple Bacon Long John in Hip Stir Cafe – S4E4

Cappuccino in Hip Stir Cafe – S4E7

Duck Confit in Parisian Palace – S1E9, S2E8

Bleu Fondue in Parisian Palace – S3E13

Salade Lyonnaise in Parisian Palace – S1E10

Epoisses Fondue in Parisian Palace – S4E11

Duck Paté in Parisian Palace – S3E3

Oeufs en Meurette in Parisian Palace – S1E13

Salade Nicoise in Parisian Palace – S2E1

Brie Fondue in Parisian Palace – S2E7

Piperade in Parisian Palace – S2E11

Salmon au Vin Blanc in Parisian Palace – S2E12

Steak Tartare in Parisian Palace – S3E1

French Onion Soup in Parisian Palace – S3E4

Salade Aveyronaise in Parisian Palace – S3E7

Salmon en Croûte in Parisian Palace – S3E11

Blanquette de Veau in Parisian Palace – S3E13

Chateaubriand in Parisian Palace – S4E1

French Leek Pie in Parisian Palace – S4E4

Beauf a la Mode in Parisian Palace – S4E6

Duck Cassoulet in Parisian Palace – S4E9

Fried Plantains in Jamaican Me Hungry – S1E15; S4E6

Ackee Patty in Jamaican Me Hungry – S1E6

Goat Curry in Jamaican Me Hungry – S1E4

Boiled Green Banana in Jamaican Me Hungry – S2E1; S4E12

Braised Callaloo in Jamaican Me Hungry – S1E14

Escovitch Fish in Jamaican Me Hungry – S4E10

Ackee and Saltfish in Jamaican Me Hungry – S2E15

Mussel Paella in Tapas del Mar – S3E14; S2E11; S2E12

Prawns a la Plancha in Tapas del Mar – S3E1

Tortilla Española in Tapas del Mar – S2E5

Gildas in in Tapas del Mar – S2E9; S4E14

Prawn Paella in Tapas del Mar – S3E7

Prawns a la Plancha in Tapas del Mar – S3E1; S3E7

Octopus a la Plancha in Tapas del Mar – SS2E12; S2E13; S2E14; S2E15; S4E12

Ensaladilla Rusa in Tapas del Mar – S3E10

Chipirones in Tapas del Mar – S3E11; S4E13

Shellfish Paella in Tapas del Mar – S3E13

Mussels Vinaigrette in Tapas del Mar – S2E4

Cod Ceviche in Tapas del Mar – S2E13; S2E14

Octopus Ceviche in Tapas del Mar – S3E6; S4E11

Grilled Prawn on Toast in Tapas del Mar – S4E1

Basque Cod Stew in Tapas del Mar – S4E4; S4E14; S4E15

Paella del Mar in Tapas del Mar – S4E9; S4E10

Chocolate Waffle Cone in Sundae Fundae – S2E10; S1E11; S1E14

Single Scoop Sundae in Sundae Fundae – S1E10

Vanilla Cookie Sandwich in Sundae Fundae – S2E6; S2E12

Vanilla Waffle Cone in Sundae Fundae – S2E8

Double Scoop Sundae in Sundae Fundae – S2E8

Single Scoop Banana Split in Sundae Fundae – S2E7

Vanilla Dipped Waffle Cone in Sundae Fundae – S2E4

Strawberry Waffle Cone in Sundae Fundae – S3E7; S2E8; S2E9

Chocolate Cookie Sandwich in Sundae Fundae – S2E12

Strawberry Cookie Sandwich in Sundae Fundae – S2E13

Mint Dipped Waffle Cone in Sundae Fundae – S3E2; S3E12

Double Scoop Banana Split in Sundae Fundae – S3E5

Double Scoop Waffle Cone in Sundae Fundae – S4E15

Mint Cookie Sandwich in Sundae Fundae – S3E11

Triple Scoop Waffle Cone in Sundae Fundae – S3E13; S4E12

Triple Scoop Sundae in Sundae Fundae – S4E7

Double Scoop Dipped Waffle Cone in Sundae Fundae – S4E3

Triple Scoop Banana Split in Sundae Fundae – S4E14; S4E12

Triple Scoop Dipped Waffle Cone in Sundae Fundae – S4E9

Matzo Ball Soup in Big Belly Deli – S1E6; S1E8; S1E12; S2E4

Smoked Turkey in Big Belly Deli – S1E6

Corned Beef in Big Belly Deli – S1E9

Turkey Sandwich in Big Belly Deli – S3E8

Bagel with Cream Cheese in Big Belly Deli – S1E15

Beef Kishka in Big Belly Deli – S1E13; S1E15

Bagel with Lox in Big Belly Deli – S3E10

Corned Beef Sandwich in Big Belly Deli – S2E12; S2E13

Turkey Knish in Big Belly Deli – S2E9

Pastrami in Big Belly Deli – S2E12

Chopped Liver and Onions in Big Belly Deli – S3E9; S3E13

Turkey Kishka in Big Belly Deli – S3E4

Chicken Liver Kishka in Big Belly Deli – S3E7

Beef Knish in Big Belly Deli – S3E10; S3E15

Deluxe Bagel in Big Belly Deli – S4E5

Chopped Liver Sandwich in Big Belly Deli – S4E1

New York Cheesecake in Big Belly Deli – S4E4

Pastrami Sandwich in Big Belly Deli – S4E6

Chopped Liver Bagel in Big Belly Deli – S4E11

Egg Cream in Big Belly Deli – S4E15, S4E14

Lamb Shawarma in Hip Hop Halal – S1E8

Falafel in Hip Hop Halal – S1E13

Rice Pilav in Hip Hop Halal – S1E7; S1E8

Lavash Bread in Hip Hop Halal – S1E9

Lamb Kofte Meatball in Hip Hop Halal – S2E13

Pide in Hip Hop Halal – S1E15

Hummus in Hip Hop Halal – S3E6; S2E1

Lamb Durum in Hip Hop Halal – S2E11; S2E12

Kunefe in Hip Hop Halal – S2E8

Dolma in Hip Hop Halal – S2E12; S4E14

Baklava in Hip Hop Halal – S2E13

Chicken Shawarma in Hip Hop Halal – S3E1; S3E2

Falafel Durum in Hip Hop Halal – S3E5; S4E14

Chicken Kebab in Hip Hop Halal – S3E7; S3E9

Sutlac Rice Pudding in Hip Hop Halal – S3E10

Lamb Manti Pudding in Hip Hop Halal – S3E15

Veggie Koftesi Meatballs in Hip Hop Halal – S4E4

Chickpea Manti Dumpling in Hip Hop Halal – S4E7

Lamb & Pistachio Kebab in Hip Hop Halal – S4E15

White Rice in Dim Sum Citadel – S3E9

Shanghai Shrimp in Dim Sum Citadel – S1E10

Potstickers in Dim Sum Citadel – S1E14, S1E15

Har Gao Shrimp Dumplings in Dim Sum Citadel – S1E12, S1E13

BBQ Pork Rice Roll in Dim Sum Citadel – S1E14, S2E3

Spring Roll in Dim Sum Citadel – S2E8

Sesame Ball in Dim Sum Citadel – S2E5

Lotus Leaf Sticky Rice in Dim Sum Citadel – S2E9

Shanghai Soup Dumplings in Dim Sum Citadel – S4E11

Shrimp Rice Roll in Dim Sum Citadel – S2E13

Egg Tart in Dim Sum Citadel – S3E1

Chicken Feet in Dim Sum Citadel – S4E13, S4E2, S3E3, S4E14, S4E10, S3E15, S4E6

Fried Shrimp Balls in Dim Sum Citadel – S3E11, S4E14

Fried Rice in Dim Sum Citadel – S3E9

Veggie Rice Roll in Dim Sum Citadel – S3E11

Century Egg in Dim Sum Citadel – S3E13

BBQ Pork Bun in Dim Sum Citadel – S4E1

Egg Custard Bun in Dim Sum Citadel – S4E13

Shrimp and Chive Dumpling in Dim Sum Citadel – S4E5

Siu Mai Dumplings in Dim Sum Citadel – S4E7

Strawberry Punch in The Cheeky Tiki – S1E10, S1E11

Pineapple Punch in The Cheeky Tiki – S2E12 (Repeat as Daily Goal requires 5x)

Coco Loco in The Cheeky Tiki – S3E6

Macadamia Nuts in The Cheeky Tiki – S1E14, S3E11

Pineapple Passion in The Cheeky Tiki – S1E9

Taro Chips in The Cheeky Tiki – S1E15, S2E6

Acai Margarita in The Cheeky Tiki – S1E13

Tidal Wave in The Cheeky Tiki – S2E1

Chocolate Coffee Beans in The Cheeky Tiki – S2E8, S2E9

Shark Bite in The Cheeky Tiki – S2E6

Mai Tai in The Cheeky Tiki – S2E9

Strawberry Daiquiri in The Cheeky Tiki – S2E11

Piña Colada in The Cheeky Tiki – S2E13

Tiki Torch in The Cheeky Tiki – S3E4

Li Hing Candy in The Cheeky Tiki – S4E9

Lava Flow in The Cheeky Tiki – S3E5

Blue Hawaiian in The Cheeky Tiki – S3E8

Volcano Queen in The Cheeky Tiki – S3E12

Tahitian Sunset in The Cheeky Tiki – S3E13

Rainbow Warrior in The Cheeky Tiki – S4E1

Kona Koffee Kraze in The Cheeky Tiki – S4E4

Scorpion Bowl in The Cheeky Tiki – S4E7

Funnel Cake in Dinerland – S1E15, S2E14, S3E3

Barbecue Corn in Dinerland – S1E12

Frozen Lemonade in Dinerland – S1E14

Blue Snow Cone in Dinerland – S3E15

Jumbo Cookie in Dinerland – S2E5

Kettle Corn in Dinerland – S2E12

Vanilla Soft Serve in Dinerland – S2E1

Red Snow Cone in Dinerland – S3E12

Funnel Cake with Fudge in Dinerland – S3E11

Frozen Strawberry Lemonade in Dinerland – S3E6

Chocolate Soft Serve in Dinerland – S2E13

Candied Apple in Dinerland – S3E2

Dipped Jumbo Cookie in Dinerland – S4E2

Cinnamon Apple Fries in Dinerland – S3E14

Dipped Vanilla Soft Serve in Dinerland – S3E10

Deep Fried Cookie in Dinerland – S4E4

Chocolate Dipped Apple in Dinerland – S4E2

Deep Fried Chocolate Soft Serve in Dinerland – S4E3, S4E4

Funnel Cake with Soft Serve in Dinerland – S4E5, S4E7

Chocolate Drizzle Popcorn in Dinerland – S4E8

Fried Bangus Fish in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S1E15, S2E3

White Rice in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S1E14

Filipino Melon Juice in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S3E6

Lechon in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S2E1, S2E2

Halo-Halo in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S2E4

Banana Cue in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S1E12, S1E13

Biko Sticky Rice Cake in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S2E9

Pinasugbo Banana Candy in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S2E6

Pork Empanada in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S2E9, S2E10

Filipino Ceviche in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S2E12, S3E6

Crispy Pata in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S2E13, S2E14

Chicken Adobo in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S3E2

Fish Empanada in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S3E3

Maruya Banana Fritter in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S3E12

Chicken Sisig in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S3E9, S3E10

Ukoy Dulong Fish Fritter in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S3E12

Pinoy Fried Chicken in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S4E4

Pork Lumpia in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S4E2

Turon Banana Lumpia in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S4E3, S4E4

Filipino Fried Rice in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S4E6, S4E15

Pork Sisig in Swine ‘N’ Dine – S4E9

Pork Karaage in Tokyo Akedo – S1E10

Grilled Chicken Leg in Tokyo Akedo – S4E14

Soft Serve (Matcha) in Tokyo Akedo – S1E12

Melon Soda in Tokyo Akedo – S2E4, S2E9

Grilled Octopus in Tokyo Akedo – S1E14, S2E13

Chicken Karaage in Tokyo Akedo – S1E12, S4E8

Deep Fried Octopus in Tokyo Akedo – S1E13

Pork Yakitori in Tokyo Akedo – S3E7

Soft Serve (Black Sesame) in Tokyo Akedo – S2E5

Chicken Yakitori in Tokyo Akedo – S2E9, S2E14

Okonomiyaki in Tokyo Akedo – S2E8, S3E11

Matcha Tea Latte in Tokyo Akedo – S2E10

Taiyaki in Tokyo Akedo – S2E13

Inari Udon in Tokyo Akedo – S3E2, S3E6

Octopus Okonomiyaki in Tokyo Akedo – S3E10, S3E12

Agedashi Tofu in Tokyo Akedo – S3E5, S4E1

Cotton Candy in Tokyo Akedo – S3E5

Pork Shoyu Ramen in Tokyo Akedo – S3E9

Grilled Tofu in Tokyo Akedo – S3E13, S3E14

Seafood Tan Tan Men in Tokyo Akedo – S4E2

Yakisoba in Tokyo Akedo – S4E4, S4E5

Chicken Shio Ramen in Tokyo Akedo – S4E6, S4E13

Takoyaki in Tokyo Akedo – S4E10, S4E14

Vanilla Cupcake in Bouncy Birthday – S1E10

Juicebox in Bouncy Birthday – S3E14, S4E5, S4E8, S4E11, S4E13

Plain Hot Dog in Bouncy Birthday – S1E9, S1E11

Corn Dog in Bouncy Birthday – S4E15, S4E12, S1E15

Red Balloon in Bouncy Birthday – S1E8

Ice Cream Cone in Bouncy Birthday – S1E11

Plain Burger in Bouncy Birthday – S2E14, S3E3, S4E9

Salisbury Steak in Bouncy Birthday – S2E1, S2E13, S2E15

Lemonade in Bouncy Birthday – S4E9, S4E14

Apple Slices in Bouncy Birthday – S4E3, S3E13, S4E2

Plain Bologna Sandwich in Bouncy Birthday – S2E6, S2E5

Loaded Cheeseburger in Bouncy Birthday – S3E9, S4E14, S4E7

Loaded Hot Dog in Bouncy Birthday – S2E9, S3E5, S3E6

Broiled Bologna Sandwich in Bouncy Birthday – S2E11, S3E8

Green Balloon in Bouncy Birthday – S2E13, S2E15

Cheese Fries in Bouncy Birthday – S3E14, S3E7, S3E1, S3E9

Orange Balloon in Bouncy Birthday – S4E9, S4E5

Blue Balloon in Bouncy Birthday – S4E3, S4E6

Ice Cream Cup in Bouncy Birthday – S3E5

Chocolate Cake in Bouncy Birthday – S3E10, S4E12

Bologna and Cheese in Bouncy Birthday – S4E6, S3E10

Mac and Cheese in Bouncy Birthday – S3E13, S3E14

Loaded Fries in Bouncy Birthday – S3E15, S4E5

Cheese Pizza in Bouncy Birthday – S4E1, S4E3

Grilled Cheese Pocket in Bouncy Birthday – S4E15, S4E4

Carrots in Bouncy Birthday – S4E7, S4E8

Pastie in Bouncy Birthday – S4E9, S4E14

Posted in Mobile App, Travel

Mobile Apps For Hotel Bookings

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As a budget traveler, I have used a few mobile apps for hotel bookings. There are times when booking via a mobile app is recommended compared to a hotel booking done on the web because of the discounts made only available on its mobile app version.

It is best to ascertain what kind of traveler you are and what do you want to get out of a hotel booking or accommodation and once you take note of this, you will be able to narrow down your choices.

I mostly use Booking.com and I prefer it over Agoda. Both mobile apps and web versions are awesome to use and some blocks of room in Agoda are facilitated by Booking.com. Here’s what I think about Booking.com and Agoda mobile apps:

1 – I like hotel stay prices to be displayed as the final amount I would be paying. In this regard, Booking.com would take the most points. With Agoda, I would only see the partial price and the breakdown of the price would be seen a few pages later.

2 – When it comes to newsletter subscription headings, I noticed I would tend to ignore and delete Booking.com e-mails on hotel deals because they don’t usually come off  as a “call to action” kind of heading. They generally are about the hotel deals of a specific city you were last recorded browsing using your account. Agoda, on the other hand, has headings about a specific discount. I often find myself clicking through the Agoda e-mails because of the tempting deals. The headings draw me in to check out how I can get the 10% discount as promised within a limited time period.

3 – I recently booked via Agoda at one hotel three times within a week and two times out of those I had to do cancellations. Luckily it was the same room and it was still available for the same dates. When I click on Bookings, there isn’t really much you can change from there even though, for example, the special requests drop down menu and the submit button are still active. This seems to me as somewhat rigid. When I initially booked the room, I set it to pay later and had only 1 card saved. When I wanted to change the card under the saved payment method within the booking itself, the system won’t let me do it. Overall, there is not much change you can do within the booking itself. I had to e-mail customer support regarding the availability of changing the payment method once I’ve made my decision to pay for the booking. After almost two days, I got the reply that changing the payment method was not possible and that I had to re-book. How cumbersome. When I cancelled, I received an e-mail confirmation and it had an invitation to take a survey and leave a feedback regarding the said booking. I certainly hope they take my suggestion seriously to be flexible with making changes to a booking within the particular reservation itself.

4 – What really attracted me to Booking.com in the first place was the fact that they enable the “pay at the hotel” feature in most reservations. Although free cancellations can also be found in Agoda reservations, there’s a catch called prepayment. Because things sometimes get shitty between GCash (the main card I use) and PayPal instant withdrawal transfers, I cannot always guarantee I can do an automatic prepayment using my GCash MasterCard when PayPal and GCash delay my funds for all the sluggish reasons just because they can.

5 – Both Booking.com and Agoda mobile apps load pretty quickly.

6 – I use AirAsia and Scoot Tiger Air as alternatives to Cebu Pacific. AirAsia and Scoot sometimes have special hotel deals when you book with them and I have been able to apply these discounted rates because of their affiliated promos with Booking.com. Agoda offers Point Max where you can choose to earn miles for a particular booking. It’s not retroactive as you would have to determine your rewards program first. Only when you come to the select rooms section will you be able to view deals like how many miles you can earn with your already chosen rewards program if you book a particular room.

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7 – I have compared rates between Booking.com and Agoda with the accommodations I frequent and Booking.com always has the higher discount rates. As someone who has a Frequent Traveller badge next to my avatar, I get awesome Genius secret deals. Below is a comparison of prices I get as a Booking.com Frequent Traveller and what I get on Agoda. Both screenshots are taken from their mobile apps.

I find that an advantage for Agoda is the Book Now option which charges your card upon booking completion. Few accommodation searches I did in the same area offer the Book Now option and with discounts as high as 65%. Those kinds of deals are what I couldn’t find in Booking.com. The only problem I have with those discounted accommodations are accessibility from the train station (I’m talking about a stone’s throw away), a 7-Eleven convenience store and the mall.

Because I am a budget traveler as I mentioned in the beginning of this article, I tend to book the similar hotel upon returning to a particular country, until of course I find a better alternative. Accessibility has always been first on my list and I usually get to narrow down my options from there.

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There are rare occasions when I prefer to pay for a duration of a hotel booking immediately with a debit/credit card and Booking.com nor Agoda would not have this kind of option for the same hotel I liked. I would then resort to Hotels.com mobile app. They have discounted deals for mobile app hotel bookings only and their reward system involves an extra night free for collecting 10 nights even as a first-time user. The collected nights would be reflected 72 hours after checkout.

There is another neat option that I hope to explore someday and it’s called Trip.com as it involves train bookings as well. Perhaps when I get to travel in an ever bigger continent this might come in handy.

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Posted in Mobile App, Technology, Telco, Tutorials

Withdrawing Upwork Funds to GCash via PayPal

As I promised in a previous article, here is the video I made for withdrawing Upwork funds to GCash via PayPal. I  have started using PayPal because Skrill will no longer be supported by Upwork as a withdrawal method by April 24, 2017. Withdrawing funds in Upwork to GCash via PayPal is instant. Do not forget to link your PayPal account first with your GCash account. Only one GCash account can be linked to your PayPal account.

Posted in Mobile App, Tutorials

Cambiar El Tamaño de Una Imagen a 1 MB desde Camera Roll en iPhone

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He encontrado una solución para reajustar imágenes dentro del iPhone para ajustarse al límite de tamaño de archivo en BWS. Ayer traté de enviar un artículo en BWS con un archivo adjunto. Sin embargo, el tamaño del archivo excede de 2 MB. El tamaño máximo permitido es de sólo 1 MB por lo que mi artículo se publicó sin una imagen. No tenía acceso a una computadora portátil. Intenté acceder al sitio PicResize.com en mi iPhone, pero me quedé atrapado en la página de la carga de imágenes. Fue frustrante que no podía usar PicResize ni ningún otro editor de fotos en línea.

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Afortunadamente, se me ocurrió una solución más rápida. Lo que resolvió el problema para mí fue los siguientes pasos:

1. Seleccioné la imagen que quería cambiar el tamaño y hice clic en el icono Compartir en la esquina inferior izquierda.

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2. Elegí Correo y la envié a mi propio correo electrónico.

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3. 1MB equivale a 1.024KB. Elegí Medio y la envié a mi correo electrónico.

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Descargé la foto redimensionada al Camera Roll. Volví a BWS para corregir mi artículo y encontré, por fin, la foto recién ajustada a 1MB correctamente.

Este tutorial corto y sencillo funciona si:

– actualmente no tiene acceso a una computadora portátil y sólo tiene un iPhone a mano.

– tu iPhone está en iOS 6.

– la conexión a Internet está muy lenta para acceder a cualquier editor de fotos en línea desde Safari.

 

 

Posted in Chat Messengers, Mobile App, Technology, Telco

SMS Sent to 447786205094

I rarely examine my cellular phone’s monthly statement but two days ago was an exception and I found a PhP180+ worth of sms sent to a UK number, 447786205094.

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I had noticed this before but brushed it off as some of those mobile verification text messages some websites like Yahoo!, GMail and Outlook would usually send. The frequency this time as indicated in the statement suddenly got me curious and it prodded me to look into my Messages app but no existing international sms seem to correspond with the dates the charges were made. When I did a Google search, I learned that all these sms sent to 447786205094 pertain to Facetime activation. I never really thought these popups cost that much.

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It finally dawned on me how I incurred those charges. I do recall there was a period when I would often switch from one sim to the second (exactly why I bought a cheaper Android phone few months ago) and every time I insert a new sim, I would see that popup message and would then click OK.

This happens to other international mobile carriers as well and I have read some have asked for refunds. As for my case, I would be more careful to enable and disable Facetime each and every time I take out and replace my sim card.

Posted in Mobile App

Blur Censor versus Smudga

When I need to blur or pixelate a part of an image with confidential information, the first mobile app that comes to mind is Blur Censor. The only thing I wished Blur Censor mobile app developers would improve is the ability to put the Crop image option right after the edits have been done instead of requiring the image to be cropped first once it is selected for editing.

In Blur Censor, image uploaded requires cropping before any editing can be done

In Blur Censor, image uploaded requires cropping before any editing can be done

I found a workaround to this by first duplicating the image before proceeding to the Blur Censor mobile app and stitching two halves of the images later in another photo editor mobile app, Moldiv. The first and original image, of course, to become the first half.

Once in Moldiv, I would choose Collage and select Stitch

Once in Moldiv, I would choose Collage and select Stitch

First half blurred image

Second half pixelated image

The stitched image in Moldiv

I tried a similar mobile app, Smudga, that can accomplish the same end as Blur Censor. Smudga mobile app, for a change, doesn’t require the photo to be cropped before editing but one would need to zoom in the image to locate the precise position of the selected area to be blurred/pixelated. The fact that Smudga doesn’t have many ads and has a more straightforward interface make it more user-friendly for blurring and pixelating images compared to Blur Censor.

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Zoomed in image in Smudga

Whichever mobile app you choose, it’s always good to have options.

Posted in Lifestyle, Mobile App, Telco, Tutorials

Don’t Apply For A GCash MasterCard Until You Have Read This

Globe currently offers GCash American Express virtual card and GCash MasterCard to its customers and having taken advantage of both, I would give this fair warning to anyone to not apply for a GCash MasterCard if you already have an existing GCash American Express.

Back in July I registered for GCash American Express virtual debit card because it allows Philippine residents to purchase via e-commerce sites that ship within the US such as  Amazon and eBay. In partnership with My Shopping Box, the items you ordered via Amazon, for example, would then be sent to your Philippine address.

By November I received a text notification from SmartMoney that they would discontinue SmartMoney MasterCard renewals by January 1, 2017 and that SmartMoney customers can still avail of its services until January 30, 2017 only. My SmartMoney card expires on June 2017 so this is an unfortunate news because I mainly use it for Skrill instant mobile wallet withdrawals. This prompted me to apply for a GCash MasterCard.

The day I applied for a GCash MasterCard, I was at the Globe store to do a GCash cash-out for my GCash American Express mobile wallet. (SmartMoney was down at the time and so was GCash to RCBC MyWallet functionality.) The agent told me I could not register a new GCash account with the same number I used for the American Express. He had to purchase a new Globe sim for me so I can successfully register to a GCash MasterCard. That’s when a string of technical problems started for me.

As required, I had to get KYC’ed again for the GCash MasterCard. (I did my KYC for GCash American Express at the same store back in July and it was hassle-free.) The agent referred me to another Globe store to do the KYC; he said it would take longer if done in their branch (which didn’t make sense at all).

When I went to the Globe store he recommended, the agent told me what she would do was consolidate the information I previously had in my GCash American Express with the current one in my GCash MasterCard. There wasn’t really much difference in the details I entered except perhaps for the employee info; I submitted the same ID (passport).

The day after I got successfully KYC’ed for the GCash MasterCard, I could no longer access my GCash American Express via the GCash mobile app. I could not even top up the Globe number associated with it. It was like my GCash American Express never existed at all.

I had to go back and consult the same agent regarding the issue and she said there wasn’t anything she could do about it. She informed me the Globe number associated with my GCash American Express suddenly shows up as blacklisted in their system, which got her confused as well because she was aware that any Globe customer can have multiple GCash accounts under one name.

It was then that I noticed another problem with my GCash MasterCard. Even though it was activated and KYC’ed, I could no longer do the prepaid load to GCash cash-in with it. After going back and forth with GCash email support about it, the problem was solved. But I had to press them further to fix the issue regarding the GCash American Express.

It’s not the first time this happened as apparent in a Globe Community thread about blacklisted GCash numbers.

To avoid the headache I and others went through with GCash MasterCard and GCash American Express accounts, please pick only one card to register for.