Follow this foodie guide when food tripping in the Philippines' Chinatown
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Read on to discover more about the best and yummiest street foods in the Philippines. Balut is not the only one. Read on to get acquainted with the other street foods of the Philippines.
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Craving for some baked macaroni, but you don't have an oven? This recipe is for you! Read on to learn how to make your own baked mac without an oven.
Discover this Southeast Asian gem of a nation and spend your vacation in tranquility. Read on for more.
Sugaring is the new waxing. Learn more about the differences between waxing and sugaring, the pros and cons, and how it works. :)
Arroz a la Cubana which literally translates to Cuban rice is a dish made up of ground pork. It's an easy recipe that even beginners can make. :)
Kimbap is the Korean version of Sushi rolls. This particular type uses beef teriyaki as a main ingredient as well as cheese and hotdogs for a unique flavor.
Who said dates have to be expensive? Dating is a fun way to get to know each other better so why not do it the fun (and free--almost) way?
Sweet corn on shaved ice is a pretty easy way to cool down on a hot summer's day. Corn in can is something nearly everyone has in their cupboards so it's can be prepared anytime. Read on. :)
Throwing a party on a budget? Here's a recipe for chicken lollipops and gravy that will surely wow your guests.
Grilled pork belly might just be one of the most sinfully satisfying dishes you will ever have. And what's better is how easy it is to make! Read more about the recipe below.
Cantaloupes are perfect for beating the summer heat and these make flavorful shakes as well. Here's a creamier, tastier recipe of the melon-cheese shake, served just for you. Read on. :)
The Philippine-Thai Cultural Organization hosts a Songkran Thai Food Gala Buffet for the benefit of the calamity victims in Mindanao. Happy Songkran!:)
Tagaytay City is the 2nd summer capital of the Philippines, boasting of awesome scenery and cool climate. The city also has many culinary treasures that people should check out -- here are the top 3.
Wanna do something more with your Oreos than just the usual twist, lick, and dunk? Better read on to find out how to make your Oreos wickedly tasty and amaze all your friends with your ingenuity.
The Gayuma Experience is not something for the faint of heart. Read on for the full review.
Want Mexican without spending too much? This is the perfect recipe for you!
Craving for Filipino food but don't want the usual home-cooked meals at your local eateries? Cafe Via Mare might just be the place for you.
Summer's here! Make sure you don't die of heatstroke by quenching your thirst and your cravings with these delightful summer treats!
Pancakes may seem like something you'd want for breakfast and breakfast alone. But at Pancake House, you can eat all the breakfast you want any time of the day, any day of the week. Read on for more:
Craving for something oriental without having to order out? Try these easy Asian recipes that you can make within the confines of your own home.
Ever sank your teeth into an oreo cheesecake, thinking, "I wish I could make this at home so I can eat it whenever I want" ? Well, the thing is, you can! Read more to find out how.
Antipolo isn't just the Philippines' city for pilgrimage. But, it's also home to quaint little restaurants and cafes that will surely keep your palates craving and salivating for more.