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January 14, 2021by Inquirer Lifestyle0

Imagine not having to clean up your mess. App-taught, pastry chef-assisted baking studio promises a fun, hassle-free experience We’ve all been there: spending hours and hours on end with our eyes glued on cake shows, observing pastry chefs as they scurry about to magically transform unassuming heaps of flour into dreamy desserts. We find ourselves […]


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November 19, 2020by Raoul J. Chee Kee0

Be adventurous, say connoisseurs. Try different styles to memorize flavors and nuances   Wine continues to baffle those who think red only goes with meat and white with fish. The language that goes with it is also perplexing. There’s even a book—a picture book!—that pokes fun at the language wine critics use to describe their […]


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November 18, 2020by Nino Angelo Comsti0

Actor David Licauco launched two online food business during the pandemic—Sòbra (@sobra.mnl in IG), which sells Filipino comfort food, and As Nature Intended (www.asnatureintended.ph), a health and wellness shop. A self-confessed foodie, the young entrepreneur lists his favorites—and food he’ll never eat. Bread, noodles or rice? Rice for sure! Favorite silog? Tocilog. I just love […]


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October 29, 2020by Micky Fenix0

Galleon Day webinar highlights PH-Mexico culinary and cultural exchange “Galleon Day” is commemorated Oct. 8, and this year it was marked with a webinar that featured Mexico Ambassador Gerardo Lozano Arredondo and speakers from Mexico and the Philippines. The Manila Galleon, as it is called, plied the route between the Philippines and Mexico for two-and-a-half […]



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