Healthy and Hearty Version of Ilocano Lusay with Duru Bulgur from The Goodwill Market

Ilocano cuisine is known for tasty dishes using available ingredients and straightforward cooking owing to the practical and industrious nature of the locals. One of the popular Ilocano dishes is Lusay, which is a noodle dish filled with flavor from the local bagoong or fish paste. It is often enjoyed as an appetizer or a filling snack.

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Boost Your Immune System with Easy and Healthy Dishes from La Germania

The new year marks a fresh start, but it also means that flu season is upon us. That’s why it’s vital for you and your loved ones to take care of your health. One of the best ways to shield ourselves from diseases and possible health risks is preparing nutritious dishes at home.

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Christmas Feast Ideas That You’ll Love

There are two traditional feasts that Filipino families often look forward to during Christmas time: the Christmas Eve Noche Buena and the one that follows on the 25th itself, which is often held as part of a festive family reunion. Either way, expect those in charge of preparing the dishes to pull out all the stops to serve the most delectable food on the table for everyone to enjoy.

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Hearty Meals for a Healthy and Happy Family

Trust the Filipino to put the most positive of spins on the most difficult of times. And that is exactly what many Filipino families are doing in this pandemic, which is leaving people little choice but to hole up at home rather than risk their health outside. While this situation is less than the ideal, many Filipino families are using the extra time they are spending at home to bond with one another—usually over food, whether for a kingly breakfast, a sumptuous lunch, a mouthwatering merienda, or a delectable dinner.

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Saab Magalona-Bacarro and La Germania share the secret to making the perfect steak dinner

There’s nothing like enjoying a delicious steak dinner to mark special occasions. While it may not be advisable to dine out and have this juicy classic in your favorite restaurant just yet, the good news is that you can cook this dish right in the comfort and safety of your home!

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La Germania Shares How to Recreate Your Favorite Dishes from Cibo, Yabu and Other Beloved Restaurants

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to cook like your favorite chefs? Participants had the opportunity to learn how to cook like the pro’s themselves during the Cooking with La Germania: Masterclass Series, a five-part installment of virtual cooking classes held in partnership with celebrities and chefs from renown restaurants all over Metro Manila.

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6 Dishes You Probably Didn’t Know You Could Make in a Microwave Oven

If you are like most Filipinos, you probably use your microwave oven mainly for mundane kitchen tasks like reheating leftover food, defrosting frozen meats and seafood, and popping microwave popcorn. If that is the full breadth of the uses you have for your microwave oven, then that is rather unfortunate. You may not realize it, but your microwave oven can do so much more, from cooking your favorite Filipino dishes and other satisfying meals to creating scrumptious snacks and desserts.

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Ivana Alawi Cools Down With the Tanduay Mango Rhum

Long before she became the 2021 Tanduay Calendar Girl, Ivana Alawi has been enjoying different cocktail mixes using the Tanduay Rhum. Among her favorites is the Mango Rhum, which she said reminds her a lot of summer.

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CDO Kaong and Nata de Coco Vanilla Muffins

Being innovative in making your own food has been quite a trend during the COVID-19 pandemic. It can either be a trend or a total disaster. In this case, I created a fun recipe series all through out this challenging time. This time, I took two steps up by using an odd baking ingredients commonly used for refreshments and cold desserts – nata de coco and kaong.

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The Tennis Foodie Year End Report 4

As I mentioned before, The Tennis Foodie was born out of love and passion for Food, Tennis, Fashion and Travel. My fourth year was not short of drama, features, awards, travel, tennis and fashion. So what changed after four years?

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