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September 7, 2020by Micky Fenix0

Last week, the poem “This is Just to Say” by the poet William Carlos Williams that I photographed on the wall of a house in The Hague inspired a reader, James Figueras, to translate it into Filipino. But he substituted another fruit for Williams’s plum. Gusto ko lang sabihin na kinain ko ’yong manggang nasa […]


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August 30, 2020by Inquirer Lifestyle0

With dine-in now allowed, food shops at SM Aura Premier in Taguig City have reopened their doors to serve their specialties. Health and sanitation protocols are observed. Among the specialties diners have missed are freshly baked Flute Ancienne, Flute Sesame and Pain Ancienne from Paul Boulangerie and steamed fish at Niu Vikings. Japanese food lovers […]


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August 23, 2020by Micky Fenix0

For many people, a “food movie” is where the preparation and cooking of food are the focus. At the defunct Copia, the American Center for Wine, Food and the Art in Napa Valley, California, there was a room where scenes from “food movies” were projected and visitors were made to identify the movie titles. For […]


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August 23, 2020by Inquirer Lifestyle0

Grade 12 student Vincent Dwight Paulo from Nueva Ecija uses banana catsup to draw portraits of famous personalities while staying at home during the quarantine. Celebrities Paulo has drawn include Liza Soberano, Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla, Taylor Swift and One Direction. “I started doing catsup art since school and art supplies shops were closed,” said […]



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