Chinese, Indian food fests at Hyatt City of Dreams
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 02:32 AM May 19, 2016
HYATT City of Dreams Manila will feature Chinese and Indian cuisine in June and July at its Café restaurant.
On June 14-19, Hyatt will feature the regional cuisine of Guangdong, China, where Cantonese cuisine has its roots. The dishes will be prepared by Hyatt Regency Dongguan chefs Xi Qing Hui and Zhao Pan Fei.
On July 17-24, the Indian cuisine will be prepared by chef Ajith Kumar from Hyatt Regency Gurgaon, New Delhi.
About Hyatt City of Dreams’ Café, visit codmanilahyatt.com or call 6911234 local 1162.
Murray and D’Vine
Murray and D’Vine serves food in skillets for just P225, such as Crispy Fish Skillet (buttered river fish on top of creamed potato with lemon butter sauce); Glazed Pork (marinated pork belly, fire-grilled and glazed with honey, and served with rice pilaf, fresh corn and paprika cream sauce); and Sticky Ribs.
Loaded Chicken and Cheese has pan-fried chicken topped with kielbasa sausage and mixed cheeses served with rice pilaf.
Diners may drink down before 7 p.m. to avail themselves of P98 cocktails and P60 draft beer.
Murray and D’Vine is managed by the Bistro Group. Call 8563723/9013029.
Healthy breads from Gardenia
Gardenia High Fiber Wheat Raisin Loaf has plump and juicy California raisins that contain antioxidants that help protect one’s body from diseases. One slice of the wheat raisin loads a day with 29 percent of daily dietary fiber needs. Fiber helps promote good digestion and aids in better weight management.
Gardenia also offers Wheat Cranberry Loaf, heaped with sweetened dried cranberries and made with premium whole-wheat flour. Cranberries are a natural source of antioxidants, are fat- and cholesterol-free, and contain proanthocyanidins, which prevent bacteria from sticking to our urinary tract wall and help prevent infection.
Gardenia Slim N’ Fit Wheaten Bread contains L-Carnitine, a nutrient that helps burn calories combined with proper diet and exercise.
Hurom slow juicer
Hurom slow juicer seeks to juice anything, but in a way that preserves the natural nutrition, flavor and color of the fruit or vegetable.
Hurom’s method of extraction preserves the enzymes and nutrients of fruits and vegetables.
Certain models are even capable of producing nut milks, which is a healthier alternative to dairy. There is no need to strain the nut milk.
Most commercial juices do not preserve the phytonutrients and enzymes present in fruits and vegetables because the power of the blades used to extract juices damage the cell wall of the produce. Juice produced from this method is darker and oxidizes easily.
Meanwhile, a lot of commercial juices are pasteurized, which further degrades their nutritional benefits.
Hurom gives the user maximum control on juicing needs, and the variety and combination of flavors and textures users can concoct are endless.
Visit www.hurom.com. Hurom Slow Juicers are available at Abenson, Anson Link, Duty Free, Gourdo’s, Rustan’s, Landmark, Metro Gaisano, Royal Duty Free, S&R, SM Appliance, SM Home, True Value and Western Appliances.