Sunday is usually the day when families head out to dine together and have fun. Our family is no exception. While it’s great to dine at places that have been long time favorites of ours, it’s equally fun when we discover new dining spots to spend our next Sunday get-together.
Just a couple of Sundays ago, we dropped by Fairmont Makati where Spectrum holds some of the best Sunday brunches around. True enough, their newest offering called the Sunday Brunch at The Ranch at Spectrum is no less spectacular.
The showcase of dishes and flavorful offerings are guaranteed to make any guest exclaim, “Yeehaw!”, in delight just like any cowboy or cowgirl would do.
Enjoy the western “high-life” at Sunday Brunch at The Ranch at Spectrum. This festive and gastronomic rodeo of delicious dishes happens every Sunday from 12NN to 3PM.
Over 300 existing and aspiring entrepreneurs recently gathered at the SM City Batangas Activity Center to attend the Globe myBusiness Day in Batangas to learn the ropes of entrepreneurship in the digital age. As part of its commitment to help build a digital nation, Globe Telecom is expanding the reach of its nationwide digital solutions caravan for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) through its SME arm Globe myBusiness as it held the 3rd Globe myBusiness Day in Batangas City.
Globe myBusiness has been working relentlessly with local government units (LGUs) nationwide to bring one of the country’s much-awaited ground fairs for existing and aspiring SMEs to help them learn the ropes of entrepreneurship in the digital age.
Up until just recently, I never knew that there were so many wonderful establishments where one can indulge in great food in Bataan.
It’s true. For a good while back, I merely regarded Bataan as a typical “pass-through” province – a place one passes through in order to reach an intended destination. Boy, was I wrong. If you thought the same, then you’re gonna be pleasantly surprised while reading this post.
During my recent visit to Bataan to attend their wonderful Pawikan Festival, I discovered amazing (and sometimes quite interesting) food spots that locals and foreigners will enjoy visiting. Let’s have a quick tour around some of the great places to eat in Bataan, shall we?
Summer is just around the corner. Gyms are packed with people getting their bodies ready for the beach and some fun under the sun.
Of course, working out and lifting weights are great and all, but there are a couple of things one can additionally do in order to hasten the shedding of fat and achieving your goal in no time.
I, likewise, have started putting in more time doing cardio and a good amount of circuit training. But apart from that, I’ve become more conscious of the kinds of food I eat and also the particular times of the day I can enjoy them. Because, in case you aren’t aware yet, as much as physical activities are important, diet plays a very very big part in any weight loss program.
Who would’ve known that ube could be used in so many dishes and in so many unusual ways? Some of you probably know this and aren’t surprised, but I sure as hell didn’t.
I love ube! A lot! But I’ve only learned to enjoy it in the most common and typical of ways. You can pretty much imagine my pleasant surprise when I discovered the various ways that ube can be prepared and enjoyed when I recently flew to Bohol to attend their Ubi Festival 2016.
Bohol is probably the province I frequented the most last year, totalling to about 5 trips. And during all those visits, never was I told that Ubi (this is how Boholanos say “ube”) was such an important crop in this place. So much so that Bohol celebrates the Ubi Festival annually.
The Ubi Festival is held every year to give importance to the crop that feeds Bohol and other parts of the Philippines. Giving it the value and recognition it deserves is a testament to the tremendous love Boholanos have for ubi.
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