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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

World-renowned Pastry Chefs Open Pastry and Bakery Academy in the Philippines

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Academy of Pastry and Bakery Arts Philippines  Launch


World-renowned pastry chef Jean Louis Arnaud leads a group of acclaimed international chefs in opening a Philippine branch of the region’s top pastry school - the Academy of Pastry and Bakery Arts Philippines - this August 5 in Makati City.
The educational institution that they are establishing in Manila is a sister-school of the Academy of Pastry Arts Malaysia, which Chef Jean co-founded with premier pastry chef Niklesh Sharma. Another branch of the school was recently opened in India. Incidentally, this year, Chef Jean is one of the judges for the World Food Expo (WOFEX) competition here.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

9 Easy Food Swaps to Make Your Diet Healthier

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9 Easy Food Swaps to Make Your Diet Healthier


Healthy Living *** Healthy Food *** Losing Weight *** Healthy Diet


Making the right choice when it comes to food is one of the keys to losing weight. For instance, instead of rice, you can eat rolled oats. To help you make the better food choices, Susan Bowerman, Director of Nutrition Training at Herbalife, has the following tips:

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1. Protein shake instead of bowl of cereal.
Why it’s better: A protein shake made with protein powder, milk or soymilk, and fruit will give you more protein, which gives your meal more staying power, and the fruit contributes vitamins, minerals and filling fiber. And, since you’ll be drinking the milk – rather than leaving it at the bottom of the cereal bowl – you’ll get a good dose of calcium, too. A sample of a good protein shake is Herbalife’s Formula 1 Nutritional Shake Mix, which is low GI tested.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Tinapayan Festival in Dapitan, Manila

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Tinapayan Festival: The House of Bread

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Filipino Native Food *** Filipino Food *** Cakes and Pastries

Tinapayan way back 2003 was just an ordinary looking bakery, we passed through the nearby alley going to UST. Back then the caramel fudge and brownies showed their true style. Today, 2015 the pastries are still extra ordinary.  We came across the renovated bakeshop since 2008 if my memory was right, the place was overhauled and has now an ample space to breathe and dine. They came up with re-branding to Tinapayan Festival  to showcase all kind of pastries you can think of.
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TF Bread: caramel fudge, brownies, ube loaf, ensaimada and banana breas. 
Cost Php350

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Chat's Food Corner in Dapitan, Manila

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Food Corner: Pancit sa Dapitan

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Filipino Native Food *** Filipino Food *** Filipino Cuisine

When in Dapitan, we never miss a chance to drop by at Food Corner (even though the house is as antique as shown in horror movies) this pancitan recipes still holds a topnotch score from us (irregardless of how old the place is - 1990's), the small pancitan most of the time are full house, they change their chairs once in awhile, but the receiving area and kitchen are as old as their recipes.
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Lomi PhP50

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Affordable Famous Belgian Waffle

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Famous Belgian Waffle: Blueberry and Cream Cheese

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Filipino Desserts *** Filipino Food *** Cakes and Pastries

Great alternative esp. for kids, besides it's cheaper and healthier than donuts(?) :) A quick chow from Famous Belgian Waffle when your on the run. Waffle per piece range from PhP35 to PhP55.

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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Ibaan Batangas: Peanut Sweet

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Filipino Native Food: Peanut Sweet fro Ibaan Batangas

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Filipino Desserts *** Filipino Food *** Cakes and Pastries

We bought it from Batangas Pier for five pieces at PhP100. Peanuts with panucha or sinakob (raw sugar cane).

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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Sanko Seika Cheese Almond

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Sanko Seika Cheese Almond

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Filipino Desserts *** Filipino Food *** Cakes and Pastries


We got hold of Sanko-Seika's Cheese Almond from a distant relative from Japan, the family is a former Navy who were formerly assigned in Japan, later on upon retirement they decided to stay in Japan. They visit Philippines three to four times a year. Foodamn Philippines gets extra ordinary Japanese treats once in a while and is worth sharing through this blog.

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Monday, June 8, 2015

Goldilocks Egg Pie

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Goldilocks' Egg Pie

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Filipino Desserts *** Filipino Food *** Cakes and Pastries


One of  Goldilocks bestsellers are its egg pies. We grew up with it as our "baon" (snack) to school. Until now we have passed the same old egg pie to the children at home. This Filipino dessert has always been a favorite item as to what to bring home for "pasalubong."


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