Here's an easy way to get started on a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle with our CLEAN EATING GUIDE. A farm visit to Holy Carabao Holistic Farms encourages us to be more conscious about our food sources, as well as be more thoughtful about the kind of food we serve on our tables. Our curated list includes suggestions on where to shop for ingredients that were grown in local farms around the country and use little to no chemical pesticides, and restaurants and food delivery services that give you healthier dining options.
Melanie Teng-Go and Hindy Weber Tantoco, co-founders of the Holy Carabao Holistic Farms in Santa Rosa, Laguna
HEALTHIER ALTERNATIVES TO CLASSIC RECIPES. Well-loved Filipino classics such as the pandesal and sotanghon are made healthier with new ingredients, while EVERYDAY DINNERS showcases creative new ways to replace gluten and other carbs by using vegetables, quinoa and adlai.
Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl
We also have simple recipes for nutrient-packed SMOOTHIES, BIG BOWL MEALS AND DIY CHIPS that make it oh-so-easy to eat healthy despite hectic schedules. The Coconut Chia Bowl and Hot and Spicy Smoothie may soon be your morning staple to start the day. Add to that Paleo-inspired one-bowl meals such as the Pulled Pork Burrito or Cauliflower Tabbouleh bowls for flavor intensive dishes that are filling yet diet-friendly.
HEIRLOOM VINEGARS take center stage as its role in Flipino culinary history comes alive in Elmer Nocheseda’s essay, “The Suka in Us.” Complementing the essay are some recipes that highlight vinegar’s many different uses in cooking such as adobo, sisig, kinilaw and atchara. Plus, find out how to take part in this year's DOREEN GAMBOA FERNANDEZ FOOD WRITING AWARD! The deadline is on November 15, 2017.
THE 2nd WORLD STREETFOOD CONGRESS brings to Manila more delightful discoveries from our neighboring Asian countries to Europe and the Americas. Aside from presenting a myriad of street food to sample, the event prompted a colorful dialogue on culinary authenticity and the many possibilities that street food brings. Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain graced the event and regaled the audience with his insights on food and travel. We included recipes of some of the street food featured in the event such as Xiamen-style Spring Rolls and Itek Tim.
We ate our way through the Southern Tagalog region in LAGUNA LOCATION, and uncovered a cozy new restaurant well worth the trip. Along the way, we gathered goodies to bring home – and come back for.
Piolo Pascual and Robi Domingo
A POBLACION CRAWL WITH PIOLO PASCUAL. This Makati neighborhood is fast becoming one of the city’s most hip and happening places, with its fair share of watering holes that have local craft beer to rival the world’s best. The locale comes alive late in the day until the wee hours of the morning and attracts yuppies raring to unwind after a day’s work, Poblacion has quite a selection of dining establishments offering global cuisine.
PLUS: “Lutong Pinoy” recipes from Food Tastings at MAFBEX; Chef Josh Boutwood’s The Test Kitchen creations; healthy, homemade chips and dips; where to find the city’s best poke bowls; Chef Tatung Sarthou’s version of Ilocano favorite, Buridibud; a step-by-step guide on cooking Italian food, the light way; and irresistibly nutty dessert recipes.
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