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Is this a frou-frou spot? No, it isn’t. Is it worth it? Yes, start easy.
Off a nondescript lane on Bonifacio High Street is Pinot, a restaurant that just may spell the return of well-executed classic European fare. In an age when new dining spots are opening weekly and closings are akin to blood sport, this 60-seater ...
 
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The courses are from July through August.
Le Cordon Bleu is an international network of hospitality and culinary institutes that teach French Cuisine. They have more than 35 institutes in 20 countries who learn how to innovate and at the same time be creative with all the dishes they ...
 
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It also makes perfect sense to invest in not just a refrigerator, but a food preservation system that will keep food as fresh as possible.
In a kitchen, the refrigerator seems to be the automatic storage space for anything perishable or left over. As much as we think anything in the fridge is “safe,” as long as it is consumed before the expiration date, it’s not the ...
 
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The tastiest wine cocktails, built for all-day sipping.
What's better than a glass of wine? A glass of wine with a snack of course. And if that snack happens to come in the form of delicious, alcohol-soaked fruit that brings its own special accent to the wine? So much the ...
 
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It's Savage's first anniversary.
At this point, we know that only good things come out of the collaborations between top chefs, so when Savage, Manila's modern open-fire restaurant, announced its first anniversary with a charitable six-hands dinner, we knew something wonderful and delicious was imminent.Savage's one-night-only ...
 
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What you need to know about the Manila branch, where Shake Shack burger patties come from, and what menu items are safe for your pooch.
Shake Shack is all set for its Manila public opening on May 10. While the opening is days away, the local edition of the American burger joint has started to whet the appetite by giving select members of the press a preview ...
 
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ShackBurgers start at P250.
Shake Shack just announced that it is officially opening in Manila on May 10, Friday. Together with select members of the media, Town&Country Philippines got a preview of the country’s first Shake Shack outlet located in Central Square at High Street, Bonifacio ...
 
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The lucky diner was snapped holding one of Shake Shack's famed burgers.
Who’s excited the most about the upcoming opening of Shake Shack in the Philippines?From what we can gather, it’s none other than Anton Huang, president of Stores Specialists Inc., the company responsible for bringing in the famed American franchise to Manila. Just ...
 
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The "Maestros Cortadores de Jamon" get paid to carve succulent Spanish jamon right in front of you.
Michael Lopez was 17 years old in 1993 when he first went to Spain to join his parents, who had migrated there in the 1980s. He says it was hard to find work, especially since he didn’t speak the language at the ...
 
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Like lechon, nilarang bakasi, lumpia, and more!
It's no secret that Cebu is a food lover's paradise. Everyone knows it's the home of flavorful and crispy lechon that doesn't even need sauce to get you hooked. And if you've been around the city like a local, then you also ...
 
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The Philippines may have influenced the Spanish adobo, and not the other way around.
“Filipinos had adobo before Spaniards came to your country, and I have proof,” said Borja Sanchez, a Spanish chef and culinary scientist.Sanchez revealed his findings at a lecture titled “Adobos, Vinegars, and Other Cultural Connections between the Philippines and Spain” at the ...
 
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Chino MNL is relaxing its rules but sticking to its Mexi-Japanese style.
When Chino arrived in town, it was like that strange new kid no one could quite put a finger on, the one you and your conventional friends whispered about for being an offbeat weirdo who refused to color within the lines.Chino was ...
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