UCC, MOS and Other Japanese Restos Open for Pickup and Delivery

Select branches of UCC and CoCo Ichibanya, along with Mitsuyado Sei-men in Jupiter St., Tendon Kohaku in Burgos Park, and MOS Burger in Robinsons Galleria are now accepting orders for pickup and delivery.

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What Makes Mandarin Cuisine So Special

For anyone who has ever ordered the famous Peking duck, or some dumplings for takeout, these are considered the staples of Chinese food. While this might be true, many foodies forget that China is a fast country consisting of a range of different regions, and thus covered by varied climate zones where different dishes rule. Simply put, provinces in China often have their unique dishes or at the very least ingredients they use, making them delightfully nuanced for everyone who’d like to learn more about Chinese cuisine.

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Top 7 Red Wines for Quarantine Life with People You Love

In this world of the hustle and bustle, we all crave some time to cherish loved ones and friends. However, tedious workload, deadlines, examinations, classes, and so on, rob us of our precious family time.

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Danes Cheese Bacon Rolls

Danes Cheese is a perfect blend of the classic goodness of cheddar and the gastronomic delights of a millennial Filipino household. With the right balance of creaminess, cheesiness, and sweetness, it is one of the few cheese products available in the market that suit the distinct and unique Filipino taste.

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Best Organic Pasta Sauce Guide: 5 Best Italian Jarred Sauces to Cook Pasta

Landed over delicious and piping hot Italian pasta, an organic pasta sauce is a staple to all pantries in Italy. In fact, people in other parts of the world who have a special affection towards the traditional food from the gorgeous European country understand the importance of the best organic pasta sauce to cook the dish.

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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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