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Like adobo sa gata. Laing is another classic example of the Bicolano’s likeness to chili peppers and their wide use of coconut milk. In line with this we all know how Filipinos are into this kind of dishes.  This Filipino dish comes with dried taro leaves in coconut milk. Other traditional versions include tiny bits of pork, shrimp paste, or shrimp, but these meat additions are simply just additions. Laing could go without them and still keep its delicious reputation. In line with the popularity of this dish, many from other regions as well is good in cooking Laing. As part of one of the

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Batchoy is a noodle soup made with pork organs, crushed pork cracklings, chicken stock, beef loin and round noodles. Its origins can be traced to the district of La Paz, Iloilo City in the Philippines, hence it is often referred to as La Paz Batchoy. But this is also available in Culasi Antique. But did you know that Antique also has their own version of bachoy and served also in unique way. Sounds exciting, right? (Food lover this is really for you) We went to Culasi, Antique and found this Paya-Pang Bachoyan. “Paya” means “Bao” and “Pang” is a term of

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Something #NUTRILICIOUS is finally here in the Philippines! I’m proud to introduce Honey Lemon 🐝🍋 to everyone! This in-can drink is fresh from Korea with ALL NATURAL ingredients of HONEY and LEMON. Very refreshing, delicious and healthy. It is 100% Natural Honey from Chiak Mountain in Korea and very healthy because it has no caffeine and no preservatives. Have you heard about this HONEY LEMON drink? It is indeed very refreshing and perfect for this heat of summer season. Let me tell you three (3) reasons why I love HONEY LEMON. First. MADE WITH NATURAL HONEY AND LEMON Yes this refreshing drink is all natural.

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Do you love visiting Tagaytay like me or do you also find a different comfort in visiting the said place? Because me, I absolutely love going to Tagaytay. Yet a Tagaytay escapade will never be complete without food. So now let me introduce you to Amacena. During our 2 days and 1 night stay at One Tagaytay Place we got the chance to enjoy their restaurant located at the ground floor.   The name “Amacena” is derived from two Spanish word. “Ama” or a conjugation of “amar” which means profound affection, and “cena” or supper. Simply put, Amacena means great

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A lovely place to hang out and to enjoy good food are one of the great factors for a restaurant, a coffee shop or a tea shop. This is when I discovered a hidden treasure of such a minimalist cozy place that offers different delicious drinks and food somewhere in Rizal. Tea Gumps has been in the business for almost 5 years. They have other branches located in Cainta and Taytay. It was just last year, November 10, 2018, when they opened another branch in Teresa, Rizal. In line with that, I get to visit their newly opened branch and as