“Punch-In-The-Face” Potion For When I’m Sick

I woke up the other day with an itchy throat and an overall stuffy, sick feeling that isn’t just morning allergies. It’s now the third day, with little signs of improvement, and I’m dreading that this could only be the beginning of a cold. Apart from the usual stuff I use when I catch a cold (like Bactidol, Salinase, and Berocca), I’d google things I could mix up for myself using whatever available ingredients we have in the kitchen. Usually, home remedy recipes for colds and cough call for the following ingredients: honey, hot water, and lemon juice. You should...

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How To Make Refreshing Southern Sweet Tea

I love iced tea. I have an absolute penchant for it especially during hot and humid tropical country days. When I heard that you could make a non-instant “healthier” version of, well, the sugary powder mix of Nestea or Eight o’clock, I decided to give it a shot.   This recipe could make around half a gallon of sweet tea. I hope you enjoy.   Things that you need: A small saucepan A whisk or wooden spoon ½ cup of white sugar (which I know is a lot, but you can make around half a gallon, so why not?) 6...

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Budget Friendly And Easy To Make Creamed Chicken Neck Recipe

It's good to be home at last and finally, I can go ahead and cook whatever it is that I am craving for at the moment. So I decided to whip up something with what we have in the fridge. I found a bunch of chicken neck that my Dad would usually buy. It's rare that someone in the household would cook this because it takes time to prepare. So I came up with a recipe that turned out to be very tasty and budget friendly. You will spend less than 200PHP. I hope you will like my Creamed Chicken...

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Sweet Tooth Special: Top 20 Filipino Desserts and how to make them

I've always had a weakness for sweets (who doesn't?), but I honestly, truly believe, it is a common Filipino trait. I mean, look at our spaghetti, it's sweet! If you are reading this and you are not a Filipino or are familiar with out culture, prepare to get take your mind on a wild ride. If you decide to try the recipes, then take your taste buds on that ride too. The Filipino palate is a little bit weird. It is a combination is southeast Asian and Spanish. Think of it as the best of both worlds. So wether you...

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8 Filipino Desserts You Need To Try Before You Die

The Philippines is not just a country full of beautiful places to visit. But also, has mouthwatering desserts that you shouldn't miss to try while you're in the Island. So, not only that I'll be sharimg you the delectable desserts but also, I'll be giving you a little hint on where to find these yummy after meal munch. HALO-HALO A popular Filipino dessert with mixtures of shaved ice and evaporated milk to which are added various ingredients, including boiled sweet beans, coconut, sago, gulaman (agar jelly), tubers and fruits. It is served in a tall glass or bowl Where to...

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14 Eggciting Egg Hacks You Need To Know

Which came first? The egg or the chicken? Naaah who cares anyways? Well it doesn't matter anymore especially when your hungry and craving for omelet on an afternoon or poached eggs on the go. So here are fourteen egg hacks that can probably save you your time while making that perfect egg recipes. https://youtu.be/maoFISpmlYA Eggceptional! Know more a few egg hacks by watching the video. Tell us your thoughts by leaving a comment and share this with your friends. Enjoy watching! 

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The Famous Malicious Cookies of Marco Polo Cebu

I lived in Cebu for two years and unfortunately Marco Polo wasn't there yet. Now I want to go back as the cookie lover in me begs to munch on Marco Polo Hotel's famous Malicious Cookies. Now the only malice these cookies are doing could be the additional inch to your waist and nothing else. In this video you will see how these devilishly delicious cookies are baked in the kitchen. That ratio of white chocolate chips and milk chocolate chips is almost equal to the cookie dough itself. Now that's a hefty amount of chocolate chips. A guarantee that you'll...

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Watch What You Eat: Diet For Pregnant Moms. 

Start being a good mom even when your baby's not yet born, start eating a healthy diet that will help develop a strong and healthy infant. Being pregnant also includes a change of lifestyle and different cravings for foods. So you have to be very careful and watch what you eat.  Here's a video on how to prepare yourself's diet for your soon to be baby. Hope you enjoy https://youtu.be/i7ikrxvC1q0 So what can you say about this one? Share us your thoughts by simply leaving on the comment section below. For more updates, feel free to visit our site often....

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Manila’s Five Ridiculously Delicious Chocolate Cakes

There are desserts that excite you and there are some that are so comforting you can't help but sit back and feel nostalgic. Chocolate Cake does that to almost everybody. They would remember grandma's old-fashioned chocolate cake or their mom's home baked recipe and everything will be alright. Chocolate cake is a staple in almost all bake shops and coffee shops in Manila.  There will always be standouts, of course. For a dessert marauder like me, chocolate cake is something I will always want to try out in a new place. So here are my five favorite chocolate cakes in...

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Four Insanely Delicious Ways to Cook Adobo

Adobo. The mere word screams Filipino. It could practically be our National Food if there is one. Adobo goes a long way in Philippine history as one of the food often mentioned in stories, movies and even books.  The magical combination of soy sauce (salty) and vinegar (sour) paved way to one of the most eaten Filipino food. As it surpasses the test of time, Adobo has been reinvented over and over again. The original recipe though, often using pork and chicken together in one pot, has always been the comfort food of so many Filipinos.  I personally like lamb...

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Liquor Ban In The Philippines – I Say Yes

  What do I think about liquor bans?  I say, Go for it. I drink.  Oh I drink, A LOT.  When I was in the Philippines, beers and rums were usual every day.  And not just a bottle of beer.  I could have half a case, and sometimes a case (24 bottles) of beer if I wanted to. But that was then.  I can still drink, mind you.  But I have had my own share of awakening when I had my DUI.  This made me realize a lot of things that our country does not have.  I drove without a...

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