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    Where to Eat: Estancia Mall

    If you are out in Capitol Commons, be sure to check out the posh Estancia Mall. It has a luxurious yet laid back vibe perfect for bonding with friends and family. It is dog-friendly too, so those of you with fur babies can bring your pets for a walk while […]

    Karla Ramos July 21, 2017
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    Papershoot PH: Paper Cameras with Personality

    In the age of Instagram, where GoPros, Phantom drones, and 20-megapixel phone cameras take hi-res photos, and mirrorless cameras with capabilities that rival the heftiest DSLR, it’s hard to be a standout with such stiff competition. But along comes this paper camera, armed with lightweight (not to mention, environment friendly) […]

    Gabriella Galvez July 25, 2017
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    Finding A Place For Pineapple (Ind) the Big Apple

    Ryan Letada, co-founder of Next Day Better, taking the Pineapple Ind barong to the streets of New York “Pen pineapple, apple pen…” You may hate this song or (secretly) like it. You may hate pineapple chunks in your pizza (or burger) or love it. Whichever side you choose, one thing is […]

    Eunice Guzon July 5, 2017
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    How Female Travelers Should Respond to Sexual Harassment on the Road

    It seems like in this age of the #MeToo movement, an unparalleled dirt has been unearthed not only in the entertainment industry but in other facets of society as well. We now come face to face with the reality – to which most of us have turned a blind eye […]

    Marky Ramone Go February 2, 2018
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    Siargao Travel Guide

    You’ve probably seen the movie and now you can’t wait to gather your friends or maybe or get on the plane lone-wolf style to see the dreamy landscapes that Paul Soriano has captured rather splendidly in his latest film, Siargao. While the movie garnered mixed reviews from critics, they were […]

    Marge Gavan January 14, 2018
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    Chera Amlag, Chef and Owner of Hood Famous Bakeshop

    By Stefanie Ellis Celebrating a one-year anniversary at a brick and mortar bakery is a big deal for a business that started with cheesecake brought to a neighborhood potluck. If you had asked Chera Amlag, owner of Hood Famous Bakeshop in Seattle, if she thought her love of baking would […]

    Taste.Company December 12, 2017
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    Love Lessons: What We Can Learn From Little Kids This Valentine’s Day

    February 20, 2018 7:00 pm by Cat Lo

    Parents are often the ones who teach their kids everything there is to know about life, but when you get right down to it, children are surprisingly well-versed when it comes to love. Because adults are cursed with the tendency to over-think and complicate the simplest of things, children can […]

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    The Wonders of Hansa Creation

    February 18, 2018 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

    You may have heard how this once became a buzz amongst famous celebrities and how it continuously booms in the market industry not only to children, but to people young at heart as well- Hansa Creation. Located at the Clark Field, Pampanga, this handmade life like animals were proudly created […]

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    Working Your Way to A Freelance Life

    February 9, 2018 7:00 pm by Katrina Castaneda

    Becoming a freelancer can be liberating and scary at the same time. If you feel like giving up that 9 to 5 day job and finally embracing your creative side, here are some information from 4 freelancers coming from different industries to prep you (plus give you the courage) on […]

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    Dishes to Bring Good Luck This Chinese New Year

    February 7, 2018 7:00 pm by Cat Lo

    Chinese New Year is just around the corner, but aside from the addicting tikoy you expect to binge on this Lunar New Year, what other lucky delights can you enjoy this season? Check out these yummy-to-the-tummy dishes (and other ways to bring you good luck HERE. They’re not only superbly […]

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    The ASUS ZenFone Max Plus: Your Phone of Choice

    February 6, 2018 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

    It’s hard to believe nowadays, but there was a time when those who wanted to buy phones didn’t really have much choice. It was true when the tech was first invented, and becomes true again at its every evolution. Just think back to the times when colored screens, camera phones, […]

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    Random Acts of Kindness For 2018

    February 5, 2018 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    There is a saying, “In a world, where you can be anything, be kind.” You never know where your kindness may reach. As we start off the year with many goals and destinations to reach. We here at Taste.Company want to remind you to go back to the basics in […]

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    How Female Travelers Should Respond to Sexual Harassment on the Road

    February 2, 2018 7:00 pm by Marky Ramone Go

    It seems like in this age of the #MeToo movement, an unparalleled dirt has been unearthed not only in the entertainment industry but in other facets of society as well. We now come face to face with the reality – to which most of us have turned a blind eye […]

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    The History of Balut

    February 1, 2018 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    Photo Courtesy of CNN By Kristine Cannon I vaguely remember the first time my Filipino mother ate balut. “What is this purple egg?” I asked her, as she carefully placed a carton into the cart at the local Asian market. “It’s balut,” she responded casually. “Ba-what?” I asked. “Balut. Basically, […]

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    A Not-So Hidden Japanese Gem: Kazunori

    January 31, 2018 7:00 pm by Vicki Abary

    There’s something exciting about discovering a restaurant hidden or situated next to an ordinary shop such as a convenience store, or in the case of Kazunori, a car dealership. Found along busy Chino Roces Avenue Extension chock-a-block with office buildings, warehouses and the aforementioned car dealerships don’t let this Japanese […]

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    Places to Visit in Tawi-Tawi

    January 29, 2018 7:00 pm by Marky Ramone Go

    As the southernmost province in the Philippines, Tawi-Tawi boasts of a number of destinations still considered as off-the-beaten path. Home to diversity and a colorful culture that has flourished and preserved for hundreds of years, visitors to this province are sure to be gifted with a memorable experience. Previously overlooked […]

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With Maginhawa in the North, Kapitolyo in the East, and Aguirre reppin’ the far South, Makati in the West is not left behind with its own little nook of good, cheap eats. Wittingly christened “Williams-burgos” by some of its residents, Barangay Poblacion may be widely known as Makati’s Red Light […]

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Get to Know the Woman Behind Baker P

There’s just so much to love in a woman who knows how to work her way in the kitchen. Pretz Eugenio, owner of the brand Baker P, started way back in 2015 when she got mesmerized with this gorgeous, pistachio colored-kitchen aid at the mall. She wasn’t at all into […]

Katrina Castaneda February 18, 2017
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Brokenhearted? Traveling to These 5 Places Will Help You Move On

A languishing soul rising from the aftermath of a romance that foundered – oftentimes, finds difficulty in ricocheting back to reality. The term “moving on” lay claim to the fact, that it literally takes a mountain of struggles to advance forward when one is nursing a fragmented heart. Fortunately, for […]

Marky Ramone Go February 13, 2017
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Essential Oils and the Magic They Bring

I used to think aromatherapy was just part of a spa ritual. It was a lovely scent wafting through the air while I immersed my feet in a bowl filled with warm water and flowers and sipped a ginger tea while waiting for the massage I booked. It was through […]

Vicki Abary March 25, 2017