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A lot of Filipinos aren't getting their recommended servings of fruit and veg. Are you?

Food & Drinks, Tips

If you are following a strict diet, good for you. It takes a lot of courage and discipline to stick to a diet plan especially in this age and time where temptation is everywhere. But is your diet sustainable? Is it rich with the nutrients a person should normally have? Sure, most diets require people…

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Food & Drinks, Recipes

Curry puffs were one of my many favourite childhood snacks to eat when I was growing up. Traditionally, curry puffs are deep fried with beef mince and potatoes, but this curry puff recipe today is a slightly healthier version made with sweet potatoes, a few other vegetables, and baked rather than fried. I have made…

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Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

Despite being an insanely hot country, the Philippines cannot get enough of their bubbling hot dishes. From saucy stews like kare-kare to bowls of sinigang or tinola, Filipinos find comfort in the warm and the soupy. Enter a Filipino classic that has its roots in both the Spanish and Chinese influences that have permeated the…

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Food & Drinks, Recipes

San Choy Bao is a dish that our family typically orders when we eat out in a Chinese restaurant every once in a while. It is usually served as the entrée option and served as a second course with the leftover meat from a Peking duck. It is not something I would often cook at…

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Food & Drinks, Tips

Let’s be honest. No matter how hard we try to summon the “diet ako eh” card, all of us will nonchalantly feast during this holiday season. Not necessarily a bad thing, yes, but not that good either. Who wouldn’t want to have some bites of that crispy lechon skin, with an inviting ethereal crackle that calls…

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