In recent years, both the government and private sector have continually poured efforts into promoting halal food. Halal isn’t just a culinary standard. Its preparation follows a specific set of steps, including a method of slaughter that involves an adult Muslim and...
It means permissible in English, and though it’s a word that’s been prevalent in many food conversations, it still gets a lot of misuse and fallacy. In a nutshell, halal food is food that is acceptable according to the teachings of Islam and not considered to be haram...
Halal is the Arabic word meaning “permitted” or “admissible” that covers many facets of life deemed acceptable according to Islamic law. The opposite of halal is haram, which means “prohibited.” This can be regarding lifestyle, cosmetics, fashion, but more prominently...
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You should know by now that, like Philippine coffee, our chocolate is truly world-class.
Drink coffee and eat it too. That seems to be common these days since coffee-based desserts have become a thing during the pandemic.
The pandemic might make you think twice about bringing dad to his favourite steakhouse but don’t let that stop him from enjoying a great slab at home.
This month, we’re paying tribute to the dads that inspire, push, and motivate.
We cannot get enough of lechon— the quintessential Filipino celebration centerpiece of whole spit-roasted pig with its crispy skin, smooth and glistening, and the tender meat, juicy and seasoned perfectly.
It has been said many times before—it is not a Filipino celebration without lechon.
Just how much do Filipinos love food? They organise a fiesta around it.
How do you like your cheese? Soft or hard? Smooth or crumbly? Salty or creamy?