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How to Make a Quick Sangria

Sangria is probably my most asked drink recipe. Here’s my quick version that uses a siphon and NO2 charge instead …

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Off The Eaten Track: Dicofi In San Agustin Street, Makati

Words and photos by Cheenee Villafuerte I fell in love with Vietnamese cuisine from the very first time I had …

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Inspire Post: It All Starts With You

By: Jetrho Pineda It all starts with you. I grew up in a family of cooks. It’s both a blessing …

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By: Jetrho Pineda It all starts with you. I grew up in a family of cooks. It’s both a blessing …

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Pick of the Week: Reasons You’re Always Hungry

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Kalhua Cookie Chocolate Trifle

Carmela’s back in the kitchen with us and she’s teaching us make another quick dessert you can whip up at …

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Bushwack Cooking: Mac and Cheese

Still in Mount Batulao doing some Bushwack Cooking – a new series where I go up mountains and cook up …

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I gained weight because of a sedentary lifestyle and overly indulging in foods I knew were bad for me, eating out too often, taking the easy route (microwavable dishes) and not caring what went in my body, before I knew it reached 240 lbs. I lost weight through pure dedication, tireless hours of hard work and yes, food. I cooked my way to fitness, making sure to only feed myself tasty well prepared dishes with all the right stuff, the perfect fuel, taking me down to 150lbs. Of course I indulge from time to time, as the fat kid still lurks inside of me; here you will find a little bit of everything for the sole purpose of sharing my passion for food and life.

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