Food Archive

Aurora’s Choice: Delicious Treats When Craving Sweets

Period cravings are strange. Anyone who’s ever had a period knows how cravings happen during the days leading up to their period. Cravings are so diverse, too, that they can range from hankerings for half-dozen Krispy Kremes to entire tubs of Carmen’s Best. In my case, my cravings vary on each and every period. But

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Have You Tried Nyogi Coconut Water?

My birthday is on Sunday, and coincidentally, I received a nice surprise from the Happy Days Club to try: Nyogi Coconut Water Nyogi Coconut Water with Real Lime Nyogi Coconut Water with Watermelon Cocoline Naturals Body Wash YASSS! Thanks so much <3 Don’t you think it’s nice that there’s an abundance of coconut water in

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Australian Grassfed Beef Shines in Manila

My husband and I have always adored beef–burger, steak, bistek Tagalog, you name it! So much so that I did not pass up the chance to join the Australian Beef Embassy’s culinary trail promo last week. The promo showcases the delectable Australian Grassfed Beef, naturally low in cholesterol and high in Omega 3 fatty acids,

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Taters and Cheetos Snack Combos Available Until May 2017

Taters and Cheetos have joined forces to offer movie-goers and snack afficionados wonderful treats that we will enjoy until the end of summer! Are you ready to get orange-crusted fingers? Taters Cheetos Chik-a-Chips Earlier, at the Glorietta Activity Center, Taters launched its latest creations in collaboration with Cheetos: Crunch ‘n’ Pop (Cheetos-flavored Superpop and Cheetos

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Bkk Express: Quick-serve Thai Food for Less

There’s something different on the 4th floor of the snazzy Food Hall in BGC’s Uptown Mall. What just opened in the early part of November is helping endear Thai food to the Filipino palate. The regular Thai food comes very spicy, usually flavored with ingredients like lime, peanuts, basil, coconut milk, garlic and chili peppers.

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Cabalen Buffet: Good Filipino Food

What started as a Filipino delicacies kiosk called “Bahay Pasalubong” in San Fernando, Pampanga, turned out to be a family venture spearheaded by a strong-willed housewife. Inspired by her business’ success, Maritel Nievera eventually opened the first Cabalen Eat-All-You-Can restaurant in 1986. From that West Avenue branch grew several others, including the one that first

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Pinac Buffet Serves Top Capampangan Dishes

UP Town Center has become the go-to haven for the collegiate crowd, and it’s been teeming with A LOT of restaurants as of late. For some truly Filipino comfort food in the expansive restaurant mecca that is the UP Town Center, Lifestyle Manila suggests you head over to Pinac! Pinac boasts delicious Capampangan dishes from

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Baskin-Robbins is now in BGC!

The stress of wedding planning and impending deadlines is catching up, so oftentimes, my fiance (slash driver slash bodyguard extraordinaire) and I find ourselves at fun places. Case in point: The new Baskin-Robbins branch (in BGC), our first stop on our way to a relaxing massage at Wensha Spa Pasay. Road Trip Saturday! The BGC

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