Category: FOOD & DRINK

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The Beauty Queen Detox
(Doing the 10 day NUTRITIONAL DETOX program of Doctor Camilla Griggers with Alice Dixon)

            Ever since I placed my Miss International crown on her head, Alice Dixon has been making waves, splashes and yes, even tsunamis all over the country! She has...

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Have A Guava

        Native to Mexico and Central Americas, Guava is a tropical fruit that has unique flavor, taste, and health-promoting qualities. Because of its high profile nutrients, it is often called “super-fruit.” ...

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The ABCs of Southern BBQ

There’s this new-ish show on TV called Man,Fire,Food. The show’s host, Chef Roger Mooking, goes around the U.S. to experience and learn about traditional, basic ways of cooking with fire. From Spanish/ Mexican barbecue...

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Lessons from Napa: Wine Pairing and Tasting for “Dodos”

The simple life, and double ahhhhh to life’s simple joys! WINE is beautiful, romantic, healthy and such an adventure when you get over being intimidated by it. Like wine, we start from good soil,...

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Meaty Feasts

          This is the stew I’ve loved making ever since I’ve entered the realm of the Culinary Arts.  I adore the blending of spices and how they complement each other,...

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Tempting Chops, Succulent Steaks, Tender Juicy Roasts…

        The flesh from sheep under one (1) year of age is considered to be lamb, while flesh from sheep of greater maturity is referred to as mutton. The color of...

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Hare Raising

        Rabbit meat is one of the leanest and healthiest meat. Unfortunately, not many Filipinos eat it. Maybe it’s because rabbit is not indigenous to Philippines or we think of images...

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Getting Your Game On

  By Chef Dino Datu Game has been used to describe meat from animals that are traditionally hunted or caught in the wild. The list of what can be considered game varies depending on...

Roasted Chicken Chicken Strips on Grilled and Rosti with Mild Yellow Curry Sauce / Photography by Lance Pintacasi 0

Savory Starts

          One of the things I love assembling when it comes to food service is the Hors d’oeuvres. I feel that it’s a delicate art. Creativity and proper combination of...

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From the Sea to your Table

         The most important thing to remember is that the freshness is key. Bad fish will ruin any dish. Since we are not breading or frying, you have to make sure...

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