Monthly Archives: September 2017

Fusilli with Anchovy Caper Sauce
(Doña Elena)

THOUGHT thick, tomato-based sauces are only great for pasta? They are delicious on rice, as well. And the best thing about it is that they are healthy and easy-to-prepare. Just follow a few simple steps and you’ve got a one-dish … Continue reading

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Get That 4+1 Breakfast Advantage
at Eastwood Richmonde Hotel

ALWAYS in such a mad rush every morning that you have to skip breakfast, which happens to be the most important meal of the day? It’s probably because breakfast takes time to prepare, and you just does not have the … Continue reading

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Enjoy German Confections
at Marco Polo Ortigas’ Cafe Pronto

APPLE Strudel, that lovely tart filled with apple laced with cinnamon and topped with crumble, is a German confection. Its real name is Apfelstrudel, which is very German. Not many people know it, but Sacher Torte (or Sacher Cake) is … Continue reading

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Cipriano Sans Rival:
Made Just the Way It Should Be

WHEN you have tasted the best, you simply cannot appreciate what’s second best. This is the situation that former food publication colleague Kris Alcantara-Mendoza has found herself in when it comes to appreciating that quintessential meringue-and-buttercream cake called Sans Rival. … Continue reading

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Tuna Steak in Teriyaki Sauce
(Home Cooking Series)

ONE of the Asian sauces that I have come to really love on anything and everything is Teriyaki Sauce. I love Chicken Teriyaki and I love the tuna version of the dish. Sweet and salty, light but extremely flavorful, Teriyaki … Continue reading

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