Argentina recently held the “Canned Cuisine Chef’s Series” where three expert chefs took the challenge of creating special cuisines using Argentina corned beef.
If there is one thing, Sagada is most famous for, this would be it – the Ifugao’s Hanging Coffins in Mt. Province. These coffins were ‘hanged’ as part of some minority groups’ ancient cultural customs of burying
7-Eleven Philippines introduces competitive eating challenge locally with its Big Bite ® Match hotdog eating contest. (This reminds me of a recent burger eating challenge I dared. ) By the name itself, it’s a contest that involves
Isdaan is a floating restaurant located and easily accessible from the main highway in Gerona, Tarlac. Travelers heading north would easily recognize it from the roadside as characterized by giant sculptures resembling features of Mayan origin.
Let’s Go Surfing is Sago‘s first year anniversary project on August 15-16. It’s a charity surfing clinic for bloggers and beginner surfers. It’d be held at Billabong Surf School and San Juan Surf Resort in Urbiztondo Beach,
Amidst the bustling street of Tomas Morato, will soon rise a new bistro that will give Southern Luzon cuisines a new flavor. They named it Amano, an old Filipino term rich with cultural allusions.
Starbucks Philippines‘ new Coffee Jelly line is now available. In line with this, Sago hosted a related simple blog contest last week. They now offer three new variants of the Dark Roast Coffee Jelly and six new
The first-half of the year has just been over. And as we start the next half today, July 1, Super Bowl reveals 4 new dishes in its menu: the Weave Cut Potatoes with Minced Pork, Beef Fillet