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Let chef Patrick Go of Gochu-Gang guide you through the recipe.
Who knew a pandemic would bring about numerous food trends and home bakers? Not us... but that doesn't mean we're immune to both. Yup, we have our own list of trusty places to order from. As for food trends, like most, we've considered the ...
 
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Get ready for baby back ribs.
It was back in November 2019 when Bigg's, the most successful food chain in the Bicol region, decided to open in Manila. Now, amid fears of eating out and the convenience of ordering and cooking in, Bigg's has decided that the time was ...
 
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Dad has everything, but he can never have enough steak.
It's the hardest gift to get. What do you get the man who has everything? Spare yourself the expensive present and get him something he'll never forget: a memorable meal with the family. These steak suppliers will easily make your Father's Day ...
 
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Will it taste like meat-based Spam?
Last week, Omnifoods announced that it has launched a plant-based luncheon meat and is currently available in Hong Kong. If you've been looking for meat alternatives and healthier food while in the middle of a pandemic, there's good news: the "Omnipork Luncheon" will be available in ...
 
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Did you know that China also invented alcoholic drinks, sushi, and pasta?
We all know that chopsuey is an American invention. So is the fortune cookie. And, apparently, so is the hamburger, despite many wanting to believe that it originated in Hamburg. Food history is fascinating because food is so easily adaptable that it makes tracing ...
 
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Patrick Cabral is the first Filipino artist to collaborate with the coffee chain.
If you collect Starbucks tumblers (at this point, we're pretty sure you have an accidental collection anyway), pay attention because the coffee chain is coming out with something you'll want to get your hands on, stat: Starbucks tapped world-renowned Filipino artist Patrick ...
 
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Some parents are buying chickens for their kids as pets.
A popular chicken retailer is now selling live chicken to consumers who don’t have electricity or refrigerators at home. Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI), which owns Chooks-on-the-Go, the official rolling store of the company, has begun selling live chicken in addition to its ...
 
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These brands are proudly Filipino.
Dreams of savoring food cravings were crushed momentarily when news of the COVID-19 pandemic broke in March. This meant having little access to treats such as ice cream and gelato, which one can easily enjoy in a normal circumstance.TOP STORY: These Are the ...
 
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Darak cookies saved the lives of thousands of Filipinos and Americans.
Maria Ylagan Orosa was the Philippines’ foremost food technologist. She was also the country’s first woman scientist. She invented soyalac, calamansi juice powder, and most notably, banana ketchup. She was also a war heroine who served as captain in the guerilla forces.ALSO ...
 
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'Gubat' is a restaurant hidden in foliage within the U.P. campus.
One of the pains brought about by the global pandemic is the displacement of workers and loss of income. Thankfully, there are restaurants like Gubat where you can enjoy a meal and help the displaced working class at the same time.Gubat is ...
 
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Bookmark this list for your next visit (whenever that will be).
Ramen is one of those quintessential Japanese dishes that you just have to eat when in Japan. With all the different ramen places on every corner, it can be hard to choose which one to try. Luckily, a new ranking has listed ...
 
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Taho has been with us for thousands of years.
Hours before the sun rises, a small army lines up outside a makeshift factory. Its men are equipped with empty tin drums to get their day’s supply of soybean pudding, sweet syrup, and tapioca pearls—the ingredients used in taho. For P250, the ...
 
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Plus, you can get insider tips on how Shake Shack makes its burgers.
Tired of your own homecooked meals? Well, we've got great news for you: Shake Shack is now offering DIY Shackburger Kits. Yep, you can now get your Shake Shack fix from the safety of your own home.Priced at P1,600, each DIY ShackBurger ...
 
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It doesn't even end there.
Being in stuck at home has made us all bonafide bakers. (OK, that may be a stretch.) But whether you actually tried your hand at baking basic homemade bread or just watched from the sidelines through Instagram, it's clear that bread making is ...
 
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More reason to avoid saturated fat.
Ever had a really satisfying fat-filled meal?—only to feel like you're having an out-of-body experience after? It's not just in your head. According to a study by Ohio State University, eating a fatty meal does affect your ability to focus.The study had a group ...
 
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From fresh produce to quick bites.
We've finally reached the point where the lockdown is being eased. Still, it doesn't mean you should head out right this moment and live your life like how it was back then.The new normal doesn't only include the use of masks and other protective gear, ...
 
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Chef Jayme Natividad and his team are feeding quarantined OFWs in Taal Vista Hotel.
Long been frequented as a peaceful and refreshing getaway from the bustle of the capital, the city of Tagaytay is home to one of the oldest hotels in the Philippines. The Taal Vista Hotel, since its foundation over 80 years ago, has ...
 
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When old-world charm meets simple joys.
For restaurants in an ancestral house—think Las Casas Manila, which boasts Spanish dishes or Aurora Filipino Cuisine, which serves local snacks—the heart-warming ambiance goes perfectly well with the food they serve. It's as if you're transported back in time, dining with the ilustrados while dressed up in an extravagant baro't ...
 
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The new drinks will also save you from this heat.
We know you've been longing for a cup of your favorite Starbucks drink every morning since the quarantine began. Just in case you missed the good news, select Starbucks branches are now available on GrabFood. Plus, they have new refreshing Tea-ology beverages that will help you beat ...
 
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Back in the '60s and '70s, restaurants in Cubao were on the cutting edge.
People have said it often enough. Before there was ever Bonifacio Global City or Makati, there was Cubao, the center of culture and commerce from the '60s up to the '80s thanks to the sprawling real estate imagined by tycoon J. Amado ...
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