Author Archives: Dolly Dy-Zulueta

Churches to Visit for Lent 2017:
Barasoain Church in Malolos, Bulacan

EVERY Holy Week, specifically on Holy Thursday, predominantly Catholic Filipinos go on a Visita Iglesia, which in layman’s terms translates to visits to seven churches in one day. It’s a tradition that devout Catholics observe as part of the Lenten … Continue reading

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Chicken Adobo Pasta

I LOVE preparing pasta dishes. They are a convenient one-dish meal that is easy to prepare, especially if you are using leftover food such as Chicken Adobo. Adobo is a particularly ideal dish to use because it becomes more delicious … Continue reading

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Top Food Choices at Westgate Alabang

ZOMATO, the online site for restaurants, recently embarked on a food crawl at Westgate Alabang, which is a dining and lifestyle destination South of the metro. Westgate, which is owned and operated by Filinvest, is one of Zomato’s partners and, … Continue reading

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Stir-fried Pacific Clams

THERE are different kinds of clams. They have varying tastes as well. But if there’s something in common among them, it is that freshness determines just how good they look, smell and taste. The fresher you are able to get … Continue reading

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Coca Restaurant Presents
The Art of Ojiya

HOW do you usually enjoy your hotpot? With lots of flavorful broth, accompanied by a variety of delicious premium ingredients such as meat, fish, shrimps and other seafood, mushrooms and vegetables, of course! At Coca Restaurant, located at the Sky … Continue reading

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