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January 21, 2021by Norma Chikiamco0

What’s unique is its more complex flavor and aroma   As an alternative to French fries, some restaurants have been serving camote fries. That’s well and good. Camote is rich in dietary fiber, complex carbohydrates and nutrients such as potassium, vitamin A and folic acid. For variety, however, it might be a good idea to […]


January 14, 2021by Norma Chikiamco0

It’s rich in nutrients and fiber   Now that the Christmas season is over, it’s time to start eating healthy again. While the holidays may have justified feasting on ham, queso de bola, lechon, turkey and the like, this kind of diet isn’t ideal if one wants to be healthy. Salty food such as cheeses […]


December 3, 2020by Reggie Aspiras0

Plus a delicious ‘bibingka’ and ‘ube’ cake for your holiday table   It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas . . . After the warm reception for the Jack O’ Lantern, the Halloween treat from Brothers Burger (@brothersburgers on Facebook and Instagram;, comes Rudolph’s Burger. Sandwiched in a cranberry bun is a house […]


November 12, 2020by Norma Chikiamco0

Culinary student bags top prize at East-meets-West cooking contest   It was probably the strangest culinary competition I’ve seen. All the chefs were wearing masks, as if to hide their identities. And there was hardly anybody in the audience. In fact, I was witnessing the competition through Zoom in my own house, far from the […]


November 5, 2020by Inquirer Lifestyle0

‘I’ve had my fair share of failures in the kitchen, but they were part of the learning experience’ Ever since I was young, I was always fascinated by the activities in our kitchen. I watched the kusinera, my grandmother and my mom cook. My curiosity led me to help them in whatever way I could […]


October 28, 2020by Norma Chikiamco0

It’s a cake to impress the czars and Russian nobility One of the most stunning cakes one can ever behold is the Russian Honey Cake. Tall and regal looking, it is laced with burnt honey, and consists of multiple layers of cake interspersed with fluffy whipped cream frosting, surrounded by toasty cake crumbs. It is […]


October 28, 2020by Nino Angelo Comsti0

Marco Miguel Rodriguez’s Xáncho showcases his penchant for cooking with wines and spirits Businessman Marco Miguel Rodriguez, 47, enjoys an alcoholic drink with his food. Oftentimes, he loves cooking with spirits, too. In his home-based food brand, Xáncho, which he started in December 2013, he carries bold-flavored items such as Chicken Tempranillo, Dark Porter Beer-Braised […]


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