Thursday, July 10, 2014

11 Restaurants to Get Your Longganisa Fix


Me Love You Longga: 11 Restaurants to Get Your Longganisa Fix

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Longganisa (sometimes spelled with only one 'g'), our local take on sausage/chorizo, is rooted in Spanish cuisine. The Spanish 'Longaniza,' just like the Filipino counterpart, has many renditions in Spain's different regions. The Longganisa's flavor scale plays around on being garlicky, spicy, peppery, and sweet; presentation-wise, the sausage links can vary from being elongated like a hotdog, to round like tiny meatballs. Modern takes on this Filipino breakfast staple go beyond the silog--there are sandwiches (like the popular 'Longaburger' in Boracay), pizzas, pastas, and even ice cream (!).

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

12 Must-Try Bakery Cafes in the Metro

Breaking Bread: 12 Must-Try Bakery Cafes in the Metro

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Metro Manila has upped its bakery game with cafes and restaurants making their own freshly baked premium goods served in a welcoming ambiance. For the discerning bread lover who wants an experience beyond the traditional panaderia and usual bread shops that populate our cities, here is a list of 12 'modern' bakery-cafes you can try out for whenever your carb cravings may strike.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

How to eat Japanese food politely


Japanese Table Manners 101: How to eat Japanese food politely

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Japan is a nation of culture and traditions. This is why it should no longer surprise us that in Japan, an activity as mundane as eating commands rigid manners and respect.


In this poster below, we've rounded up the basic rules and etiquette when eating Japanese food. Read on how to eat Japanese food politely and impress your friends on your next Japanese-themed food trip.
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Saturday, July 5, 2014

Baskin-Robbins, Now Open in BGC

First Look: Baskin-Robbins, Now Open in BGC with Your Favorite Flavors and New Treats

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Last week, we posted about the news on Baskin-Robbins, the World’s Largest Chain of Ice Cream Shops, that they will reintroduce the brand and open its first Philippine store. Yesterday, your ice cream dreams have finally come to life, as they held their grand opening for media friends and special guests. It can now be announced: Baskin-Robbins is finally open in Metro Manila!

Friday, July 4, 2014

10 Budget-Friendly Japanese Restaurants in Manila

 10 Budget-Friendly Japanese Restaurants in Manila

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July is Philippines-Japan Friendship Month. To celebrate the occasion, we've rounded up ten awesome Japanese restaurants where you can eat for P200 or less. Grab a friend and dine at the following affordable Japanese restaurants in Manila.

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