Grass-fed Beef Burgers Health Benefits

When it comes to eating burgers, it is always thought to be harmful to health. However, if you have added healthy ingredients to these burgers, you can get many useful nutrients from them. One of the healthiest forms of the burger is grass fed beef burger.

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Baked Cheesy Salmon

Baked Cheesy Salmon is one of my favorite recipes during enhanced community quarantine. Apart from it is a healthier option, it’s easy to prepare and ingredients are easy to find. Luckily, my salmon are supplied fresh by Seabites PH. Check out my latest recipe below.

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Saucy Pork Ribs from Santiago’s Best

What comes into your mind if we talk about pork ribs? My thought bubble spells out saucy, juicy and spicy! Recently, I discovered a home cook that makes huge servings of tasty and succulent pork ribs delivered to the comfort of your homes – Santiago’s Best.

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True Phlavors – More Than Just Adobo Rice

True Phlavors has been serving yummy Filipino culinary delights in a Kamuning family dining atmosphere at considerably affordable prices. The Filipino-only menu and reliance on Filipino ingredients demonstrated its commitment in bringing artfully executed Pinoy cuisine out of the luxury hotel restaurants and into a more accessible venue to demonstrate to guests that Filipino food truly is world class. No need to travel further to other places in the Philippines just to eat your Pinoy favorites, True Phlavors have it!

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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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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 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

What 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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Interview with Democrita’s

Philippines is known for spices but we are not as wild for spicy foods like our neighboring Asian countries. We use chili garlic at almost everything especially on dim sum or fried food. Recently, I was able to discover Democrita’s – chili garlic that will surely suit your world-class taste! Mixed with special spices, Democrita’s Premium Chili Garlic is a definite must try.

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