Tag Archives: Chef Heny Sison

Sinantolan / Ginataang Santol
(Chef Heny Sison)

I USED to think that the only edible part of the santol (cotton fruit) is the seed. I would open up a piece of santol by slicing it in half, then spoon out each seed, pop it in my mouth, … Continue reading

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Destileria Limtuaco Launches
Three Ilocano-Inspired Wines

THERE’S no stopping Olivia Limpe-Aw of Destileria Limtuaco & Co. Inc. After launching revolutionary Manille Liqueur de Calamansi and Manille Liqueur de Dalandan, the indefatigable president and master blender of the oldest distillery in the Philippines has just rolled out … Continue reading

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Chef Sau Del Rosario’s Cookbook
Now Off the Press

CELEBRITY chef Sau Del Rosario has just launched his first cookbook, 20 Years of Love + Cooking, and it’s now available in National Bookstore and Fully Booked outlets nationwide. Launched via a grand cocktail party at Epicurious, Shangri-La Plaza, by … Continue reading

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Yes, Grapes Do Grow in the Philippines!
(And They Thrive in La Union)

I HAVE to admit: I didn’t know that grapes grow in the Philippines. The possibility of grapes growing in the Philippines in a commercial quantity did enter my mind quite a few times in the past, but I quickly dismissed … Continue reading

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And the Grand Champion
of FLAVORS Culinary Challenge 2013 Is…

HAD a long and tiring but very fulfilling day last Wednesday, October 23, 2013, when FLAVORS Magazine, which I’m a part of, staged the 10th edition of its annual culinary competition, FLAVORS Culinary Challenge 2013, at the Event Center of … Continue reading

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