By Vangie Baga-Reyes
Lifestyle’s second round of best desserts will make your holiday gastronomic celebrations extra-joyful and scrumptious! The list features a variety of traditional comfort food given delicious twists, as well as artisanal cakes and cookie creations proudly crafted by our own local pastry chefs.
By Clinton Palanca
Thanksgiving is a curious American holiday if you think about it, with the President pardoning a turkey and families burning jet fuel to get together to eat an extremely difficult to cook bird with a sweet sauce and a pie made from a normally savory vegetable.
By Norma O. Chikiamco
No trip to Baguio City is complete without a visit to the Good Shepherd Convent on Gibraltar Road. In the convent store overlooking the pine trees and rolling hills of Baguio, the nuns sell bottles of strawberry jams and preserves, ube jam, adobo peanuts and cashew brittle, as well as guava jelly, pickles, assorted pastries and, appropriately enough, a delicacy called angel cookies.
Kitchen RescueBy Reggie Aspiras
Nov. 19 saw the beginning of what promises to be some of the most exciting food events in Manila.
By Restos at a glance
This diner often revisits restaurants, basically to check if the quality of food and service has improved or deteriorated. And, always anxious for new eating places, we are forever on the lookout for discoveries offering exciting dining experiences.