MOS Brings Its Most Popular Burgers to PH Market

MOS Burger, one of the leading burger chains in Japan, is about to give Filipinos a different kind of burger…

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Mindful Mouthfuls: A Thousand Meals for Education

In celebration of Fo Guang Shan Philippines’ 30th Anniversary, the foundation re-launches its flagship program on the promotion of environmental…

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5 Tips for Entrepreneurs in the Food Industry

Making it in the food industry is always hard, no matter where you are and what kind of food you’re offering. The reason for this is quite simple – there are just too many restaurants and fast-food joints out there for you to make a name for yourself that easily. But, if you’re determined and aren’t afraid to think outside the box, you can make a living in the food industry. In case you need some help, here are five tips that will help you become even more successful than you already are.

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Bistro Charlemagne Ayala Malls Manila Bay

If there’s one restaurant that I keep coming back to, it’s Bistro Charlemagne. A concept of Little Asia, the restaurant offers a unique fusion of European and Asian dishes. I had the opportunity to try their newest branch at Ayala Malls Manila Bay. The owner, Charlemagne Lim gladly explained the new items on their menu.

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The Tennis Foodie Year End Report 3

Another challenging yet a very productive year for The Tennis Foodie. As I mentioned before, The Tennis Foodie was born out of love and passion for Food, Tennis, Fashion and Travel. My third year was not short of drama, features, awards, travel, tennis and fashion. So what changed after three years?

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Vanillacab Delights’ Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies

Making my own cupcakes and brownies reduces my stress off the court. I also love supporting home bakers and trying their own pastries. Recently, I discovered a luscious red velvet cheesecake brownies that will surely produce a mouthwatering sensation – Vanilla Cab Delights.

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How to Choose a Catering Company in Sydney

Whether you’re celebrating your birthday, throwing a corporate party, or welcoming New Year, you need to make sure the food you offer your guests is amazing. And unless you want to prepare everything on your own, relying on a caterer is the only thing you can do. That’s why finding the best catering company is crucial, so if you’re doing that as well, here are some of the ways you can choose a great Sydney-based caterer quite quickly.

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The Tennis Foodie Turns Three

The Tennis Foodie turns three today. Wow! I can’t believe that this time will come. I never imagined myself maintaining a blog for a long time. Same as last year, my third year has been very challenging yet very productive. I wasn’t doing well on the first half of the year. It came to a point that my ranking dip so much that I had to rebuilt on my traffic. I did a social media and blog detox for a month in the United States to focus on my new career and also re-channel my laser focus on graduate school.

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Sarangani Bay Bangus Rolls

hat do you remember when you hear the word Sarangani Bay? I quickly remember the tasty smoked bangus that may grandmother cooks every breakfast! Sarangani Bay, found in the corner of Southern Mindanao, have been one of the pioneers and experts in aquaculture bred and cultured to perfection by Alsons Aquaculture Corporation. Long years of trust and reputation have been earned in the local market. Sarangani Bay is also the Philippines’ largest processor and exporter of premium quality bangus as well as many other processed seafood products.

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Japan’s MOS Burger to Open Pop-Up Store in Robinsons Galleria This January

MOS Burger, the second largest burger chain in Japan, will have a pop-store in Robinsons Galleria this January 2020 prior to the opening of its first branch in the Philippines. MOS stands for “Mountain, Ocean, Sun.”

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