Saturday, May 27, 2017

Tony Award-Winning Musical, MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT, Premieres in Manila!

Need a dose of laughter? Buy tickets to this musical coming to Manila in June!

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Having left audiences “weak with laughter” (The Independent UK) everywhere from Australia to Hungary, from Serbia to Norway, from Japan to Ireland, and all over the United States and the United Kingdom, MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT is finally coming to the Philippines! This smash hit musical, which the New York Times calls “resplendently silly,” has received numerous accolades, including The Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical, the Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album, and the highly coveted Tony Award for Best Musical.

Starring multi-awarded actor/singer Rachel Alejandro, theater diva Carla Guevara-Laforteza, and stage veteran Lorenz Martinez, among many others, MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT tells a crazy version of the story of King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table, and their quest for the Holy Grail. This “laff-a-minute show” (Theatermania) is based on the film MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL, one of the funniest comedies of all time according to Total Film, ABC, Channel 4 UK, and many other authorities. 

Top Row (from left) Domi, Roxy, Carla, Rachel, George, Rachel, Dean, Bibo; 
Bottom Row (from left) Noel, Reb, Edrei; Not in photo: Lorenz and Chino
The Philippine production of MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT, which will feature several exclusive gowns by renowned designer Francis Libiran, will play a limited run: all Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays between July 28 and August 12 at the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza in Makati. Tickets at P2,000 (Orchestra Center), P1,800 (Orchestra Side), P1,500 (Loge), and P1,000 (Balcony). Get your tickets NOW by contacting TicketWorld at 8919999 or Upstart at 09178116156 or

Directors Nicky Trivino and Joel Trinidad
Hurry! These SPAMALOT tickets are likely to SELL-A-LOT!

Book & Lyrics by ERIC IDLE
. A new musical lovingly ripped off from the motion picture "Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” from the original screenplay by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin
. Original Broadway Production produced by Boyett Ostar Productions, The Shubert Organization, Arielle Tepper Ma-dover, Stephanie McClelland/Lawrence Horowitz, Elan V McAllister/Allan S. Gordon, Independent Producers Network, Roy Furman, GRS Associates, Jam Theatricals, TGA Entertainment, Live Nation
. Starring (in alphabetical order): Roxy Aldiosa, Rachel Alejandro, Reb Atadero, Rachel Coates, Domi Espejo, Carla Guevara-Laforteza, Lorenz Martinez, Noel Rayos, Bibo Reyes, Dean Rosen, George Schulze, Edrei Tan, and Chino Veguillas. Directed by Joel Trinidad and Nicky Triviño. Musical Direction by Onyl Torres. Choreography by the Martinez Sisters.

* Photos by HG Studio

Thursday, May 25, 2017

F1 Hotel Manila Brings Gastronomical Fusion

Have a Filipino cuisine food trip at F1 Hotel Manila this June as the Philippines celebrates National Independence Day!

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F1 Hotel Manila lands its fifth year of sumptuous buffet spread of Filipino wonders, a dynamic fusion of traditional recipes is offered, being modernized and recreated, to serve cutting-edge Filipino cuisine with the hotel’s annual Filipino feast - LUZVIMINDA 5: Gastronomical Fusion. Three guest chefs will work with Executive Chef Deceker Gokioco to enliven the classical recipes from the country’s island groups, using their modern technics in cooking: Chef Mikel Zaguirre (Locavore) for Luzon, Chef Dennis Uy (Meximama) for Visayas, and Chef Kalel Chan (Museum Café) for Mindanao. 

Started out in 2012, LUZVIMINDA has been the annual celebration of F All-Day Dining to commemorate the National Independence Day. Having its grand launch on June 8, 2017, the buffet spread is open from June 9 to June 30, 2017, either for lunch or dinner at Php1,699 nett per person. Get 40% off when you use Maybank Credit card.

Explore more of what your home island has to offer by traveling the whole country with your palate! Dine in with the LUZVIMINDA buffet spread and visit F1 Hotel Manila at Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. For inquiries, call 908-7888 or visit

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Kushikatsu Daruma Serves Perfection on a Skewer Stick

It is always an adventure to try new food concepts. Here's an interesting new way to eat Japanese food without the usual sushi and sashimi :)

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The way to a man’s heart is truly through his belly. And so what happens when a man falls passionately in love with a restaurant located all the way in Osaka, Japan? He brings this restaurant to Manila

“Each time I visit Osaka, Kushikatsu Daruma is one of my first stops,” confides tech and food entrepreneur Charles Paw. During one of his many visits, he noticed that a number of restaurant’s guests were Japanese businessmen who would come hungry after a long day’s work. They would take off their ties and hang up their coats in order to unwind and enjoy a hearty meal at the end of the day. As a businessman himself, the entire concept of this restaurant resonated with him. Sometimes, all a weary and tired soul wants is a simple and delicious meal. No frills, just some honest to goodness gastronomic goodness. “What I like about it is that it serves simple food that also happens to be highly addictive. One or two sticks is never enough,” he enthuses. 

A kushikatsu is a Japanese delicacy that comprises of deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables. Kushikatsu Daruma is an iconic restaurant in the famous Dotonburi area of Osaka that serves the best kushikatsu in Japan. Tourists from all over the world roam the busy streets of Osaka looking out for a larger than life statue of an intense looking Japanese man wearing a black hat, a yellow tie, a white jacket, and red pants. His eyes are crossed and his arms folded over his chest, while he carries a skewer stick on each hand. The intensity of the expression his face is promising, because one may surmise that if the restaurant’s chefs put this much intensity into their cooking, then the food must really be exceptional.

While the concept of a kushikatsu sounds straight forward, to learn how cook a proper Japanese skewer requires at least one month of intensive training in Japan. In fact, 5 Filipino chefs were sent there to train and learn the exact techniques of mixing batter, breading, and frying. Japanese standards demand that the bread must be perfectly crisp, while guaranteeing that the meat or vegetable inside the breading is cooked as well. 

“The different meats and vegetables require specific temperatures and frying styles ... and each one needs to be learned and mastered,” Paw explained. “Moreover, the manner by which the batter is mixed, along with its thickness, determines the quality of the kushikatsu as well. It is definitely more complicated than it looks because every kind of kushikatsu requires a specific amount of time for frying. For the chefs, the real challenge is getting the consistency just right. 

But the desire for perfection does not end there. These skewer sticks are served with a sweet yet tart mystery umami sauce, even the franchisers don’t know the ingredients of. This special sauce is regularly flown in from Osaka to Manila in order to guarantee a truly authentic Kushikatsu experience.

On its launch date, Kushikatsu Daruma will be serving 36 different skewers, ranging from pork, to beef, to chicken and will include slightly more exotic menu items such as the chicken intestines, and the chicken heart. The skewers can be enjoyed on their own or with rice. Kushikatsu Daruma will also be serving Chahan (Japanese fried rice) and plain Japanese rice

Those who are unsure of where to start have the option to try their sets, for kushikatsu beginners and experienced eaters alike. Their Beginner Level set includes 9 sticks: the classic kushikatsu, prawns, chicken with garlic, chikuwa, tsukane (chicken meatballs), tonkatsu (porkloin), leeks, potato, and camambert cheese. The Advanced Level includes 11 sticks: the classic kushikatsu, chicken heart, chicken intestine, pork intestine, chicken gizzard, garlic, lady finger, gyoza, white onion, leeks, and tonkatsu. 

Already thinking about when you intend to visit this restaurant? A word of warning. “No double dipping!” In Japan where meals are shared among strangers, hygiene is of prime importance. So bear in mind that each time you dip your skewer into the sauce, you only get one shot at coating the entire piece. Again, perfection is the goal … but we promise that the experience is well worth it. 

* Kushikatsu Daruma is located at the 2nd Floor of Uptown Mall in Bonifacio Global City

Monday, May 15, 2017

Have a Multi-Cultural Afternoon Tea Experience at Le Petit Soufflé

If you're looking for a place to have a nice afternoon tea, look no further! Just head to SM Megamall and discover the offerings at this quaint and charming cafe ...

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A charming escape nestled in two of Metro Manila’s busiest malls is Le Petit Soufflé, a French-Japanese inspired restaurant that puts a twist on comfort food classics. Drawing inspiration from the kitsch and class of French cafés in Japan, Le Petit Soufflé attempts to marry the best of both cuisines into a unique and memorable dining experience… one that customers are compelled to return to, time and again. In fact, their latest offering is a multi-cultural adaptation of Afternoon Tea, re-introducing this European pastime to the Manila scene. 

Having recently launched the Workshop, a bespoke bakery concept within the Le Petit Soufflé branch in the Mega Fashion Hall, it comes as no surprise that a decadent set of pastries will soon be offered alongside a selection of carefully curated teas. Pastry chefs Miko Aspiras and Kristine Lotilla will be using their years of experience in the hotel industry to treat customers with a one-of-a-kind Afternoon Tea experience for only Php 795. 

The Le Petit Soufflé French Afternoon Tea experience includes lavender lemon tea, orange and almond scones served with homemade clotted cream and orange jam, a camembert and apple tartine, cheese profiteroles, a croissant served with butter and jam, foie gras and raspberry L’opera, a salted caramel and Valrhona Guanaja cone, and fairy floss.  

The British Afternoon Tea experience includes earl grey and orange tea, macadamia and Valrhona dark chocolate scones served with homemade clotted cream and raspberry jam, a meat and pea pie, mushroom and cheese gougères, croissants with butter and jam, sticky date pudding, a strawberry truffle cone, and fairy floss.

The Japanese Afternoon Tea experience includes a matcha genmai cha, a matcha scone served with adzuki red bean paste and homemade clotted cream, furikake, chasyu and mayo tartine, a matcha and black sesame cheese puff, a croissant with butter and jam, a matcha l’opera, a red bean and cream cone, and fairy floss. 

Le Petit Soufflé’s quaint twinkling lights and al fresco inspired interiors make the perfect setting for a relaxed afternoon delight. It would truly not be difficult for a customer to imagine oneself in an enchanted garden in Europe sipping on a warm cup of tea, while munching on the pastries that might as well have been flown in from France, England, or Japan. 

For more information on the Le Petit Soufflé High Tea experience, LIKE Le Petit Soufflé and Workshop_ph on Facebook and FOLLOW @lepetitsouffleph and @workshop_ph on Instagram.

Le Petit Soufflé is a Japanese French restaurant concept that serves comfort food with a twist. It is the brainchild of rising chefs Chef Miko Aspiras, Chef Kristine Lotilla, and Chef Noel Mauricio of the Tasteless Food Group

They launched the first Le Petit Soufflé restaurant in Century City Mall in 2015, and recently opened their second branch at Mega Fashion Hall. The Mega Fashion Hall branch also houses The Workshop, a bespoke bakery concept by Chef Miko Aspiras and Chef Kristine Lotilla that seeks to make relevant the Filipino dessert experience. 

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Give Mom the Healthy and Delicious Hurom Squeeze This Mother’s Day

Looking for a good gift for your mom on Mother's Day that she will truly appreciate? Read on ...

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Moms have always made sure that their kids are in the pink of health. They have undertaken countless ways, both stealthy and overt, to make sure you eat your vegetables, take your vitamins and consume good nutritive food you may not have always been so inclined to eat. Now that you’re older, you owe your good health to your mother. It’s time to give that gift of health back to her. 

We are all aware that many health campaigns all over the world advice the intake of at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables for better health.  According to a 13-year study by University College London, a daily average of more than seven plates of fruits and vegetable drastically reduces the risk of all-cause mortality. Fruits and vegetables are not only abundant in vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber, but in phytochemicals and enzymes as well. These substances have powerful antioxidant effects such as anti-aging, skin care, promoting immunity, among many others.  

The amount of enzymes in our bodies gradually decreases with age and they do not replace themselves. So, why is this important? Enzymes are essential to creating energy in your body. If you lack enzymes, it is harder for your body to convert food into energy, making you more easily fatigued. They must be supplemented by food, and fruits and vegetables contain the most enzymes. 

Consuming five to seven plates of fruits and vegetables is easier than done.  An alternative to supplement your required daily intake of fruit and vegetables is to drink it. These liquid vitamins taste better, too:  a refreshing glass of vitamins, minerals and enzymes? No wonder juicing is now at an all time high, a trend that is set to become a fixture in daily life. The popularity of juicing has resulted in a proliferation of juicers, so how do you pick the one that best suits your needs, or better yet, one that keeps your health at the forefront of their research?

Hurom has spent over 40 years perfecting juice. Their patented Slow Squeeze Technology uses an auger to squeeze out juice (similar to how you would hand-squeeze an orange) instead of shredding fruits and vegetables with high-speed blades like other juicers and blenders. This motion minimizes damage to ingredients, keeping natural taste and nutrition intact.  In microscopic close ups of Hurom-made tomato juice, the juice retains its natural color and cellular structure.

Hurom juicers are also built to last since maximum juicing health ideally means a daily diet of fresh juices. Materials like ultem, tritan, and stainless steel, some of which are used to build spaceships, make up your Hurom juicer. Hurom results in a higher yield of healthy unprocessed juice that will taste great for 72 hours.

Of course you don’t want the same juice every day, so whether you like sweet and sour fruits or leafy greens or nut milk, a Hurom juicer lets you pick from a wide array of fruits & vegetables, nuts and seeds, and herbs & spices. Hurom is more than just a juicer. Depending on the model, there are many preparations you can do with Hurom such as almond milk and even fresh noodles. Certain Hurom models even have an attachment where you can make healthy pure fruit sherbets and ice cream.  

A Hurom juicer is also easy to use & clean. This is something important to the makers because they know if it’s easy to assemble and clean, consumers will use it more. Hurom juicers are 100% BPA free and come without any blades or sharp parts, making it safe for children to use. The narrow hoppers are designed so that even the smallest hands can’t fit inside.

Hurom ambassador Lee Young Ae, better known as Dae Jang Geum, her character in “Jewel in the Palace” is a health conscious mom, “I make fruit and veggie juice with Hurom for myself and my family. My kids don’t like fruits and vegetables,” she admits, which is a common problem all parents share. “But if I make fruit and veggie juice with Hurom, they love it. This is my secret to make them to eat fruit and veggies.” In a commercial that aired on Korean TV, Young Ae is shown juicing apples and carrots on a Hurom juicer for her son, and he drinks it up happily, none the wiser that it’s packed with nutrition. In other ads she is seen holding a juicing party with friends and another one, where she pours her fresh juice in bottles and takes them to work.  “I make different juices every day,” she says referring to her Hurom recipe book. “But my mom loves to make soy noodle with the Hurom slow juicer.” As you can see, Hurom is for all generations of women. 

The result is over a million in more than 70 countries make juice with a Hurom juicer, making Hurom the global leader. Wouldn’t you want to give your mom the best? 

2016 New Hurom H-AA Series Slow Juicers are available in Abenson, Anson Link, Duty Free, Gourdo’s, Rustan’s, Landmark, Royal Duty Free, S&R, SM Appliance, SM Home, True Value, and Western Appliances. To learn more about Hurom Slow Juicers, visit the official website at and follow these social media accounts:, and @HuromPHofficial on Twitter & Instagram. You may also directly contact these hotlines: (+632) 926-8038 / (+632) 926-8009.

Clever Nuts Recipe by Hurom

1 cup coconut water
Handful of whole almonds
Half a banana

1. Soak almonds in water.
2. Peel banana and slice in appropriate sizes.
3. Pour in coconut water and add almonds, one spoonful at a time.
4. Add banana to juicer.
5. Enjoy! Pour over ice, if desired.  

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Make Mom Feel Like a Queen with these Dishes from King Sue

Still thinking what to surprise Mom with this coming Mother's Day? How about cooking her a special dish using King Sue products? ;-)

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Mom deserves a break from cooking. Gather the whole family to cook up a secret plan called “Mission Mother’s Day”. To make mom feel like a queen, you need the help of  a king. KING SUE suggests these recipes that are fast and easy, and are perfect for moms of all ages.

4 slices King Sue Sweet Ham
6-8 piece King Sue Bacon, cooked
2 cups dry pancake mix
2 eggs
1 cup milk

Cooking Time:10 Minutes

Cooking Directions:
* Mix together pancake mix, eggs and milk. Whisk until most lumps are dissolved
* Heat non-stick pan using a medium/high heat.
* Brush the pan with little butter.
* Place bacon slices and ham on skillet and then top with pan cake mix until covered. 
* Cook until top is bubbly and edges start to dry. Flip and continue cooking until other side is golden brown (about 45 seconds-1 minute).

1 pkg. King Sue Chorizo Bilbao, chopped (70 grams)
1 pkg. Cram Cheese
½ cup Mayonnaisse
1 tbsp. Minced Onion
1 tbsp. Chopped Chives
2 tbsp. Parmesan Cheese

Cooking Time:7 Minutes

Cooking Directions:
* Prepare all ingredients in individual containers
* In a bowl, mix together cream cheese and mayonnaise very well
* Add in the rest of the ingredients and mix. Well.
 * Tip: You can also use a food processor in doing this. Just dump everything in the food processor pulse.

Olive oil
3 cloves garlic
1 pc white onion
250g King Sue Chicken Tocino
1 tbsp Korean bean paste
2 tbsp oyster sauce
½ small  carrots julienne
1  green bell pepper sliced thinly
3 cups cooked rice
1 cup pechay baguio
4 cups bean sprouts
Sesame oil and sesame seeds
Salt and pepper

Cooking Time: 25 Minutes

Cooking Directions:
* Saute in olive oil the garlic, onions and King Sue Chicken tocino.
* Add the bean paste and oyster sauce and a dash of sesame oil and add the carrots and bell pepper.
* Add have of the vegetables.
* Add in the cooked rice and combine well.
* Toss in the rest of the vegetables and stop with sesame seeds

250gms King Sue Sliced Bacon, strips
2 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
1/4 teaspoon seasoned salt
2 ounces cream cheese, softened
1 (4 ounce) can chopped green chilies, drained
2 garlic cloves, minced

Cooking Time: 70 Minutes

Cooking Directions:
* In a skillet, cook bacon over medium heat until cooked but not crisp. Remove to paper towels to drain; keep warm. Flatten chicken to 1/4-in. thickness. 
* Sprinkle chicken breasts with seasoned salt. In a bowl, combine the cream cheese, chilies and garlic. 
* Spread half of the mixture on each chicken breast. 
* Roll up chicken and wrap with two bacon strips; secure with toothpicks.
* Place chicken in a greased shallow 4-1/2 cup baking dish. Bake, uncovered, at 375 degrees F for 45 minutes. Cover and bake 10-15 minutes longer or until chicken juices run clear. 
* Discard toothpicks before serving. 

1 kilo King Sue Sweet Ham, cut into 2 inch slices
1 can crushed pineapple
2 Tbsp. brown sugar / muscovado sugar
1 Tbsp. butter
3 Tbsp. honey
Shallow baking pan
2 tbsp. vegetable oil
Heavy skillet

Cooking Time: 30 Minutes

Cooking Directions:
* Open the can of crushed pineapple and pour the contents into a sauce pan.
* Add the brown sugar, butter and honey to the pan, and stir to combine.
* Turn the stove on medium and heat the glaze until hot.
* Take it off the burner and let it cool for about five minutes.
* Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C or 350 degrees F.
* Line a shallow baking pan with aluminum foil, and place the ham steaks in the baking pan.
* Pour the pineapple glaze over the steaks. Spread the glaze completely over the steaks.
* Cover the pan with a sheet of aluminum foil and put it in the oven.
* Cook the glazed ham steaks 18 to 20 minutes.
* Take off the aluminum foil covering the ham steaks and let them stand for five minutes
* Serve while warm.

King Sue has these easy and impressive recipes using  their quality hams, bacons, chorizos, German Franks, sausages, and other premium products. Plan now and surprise a showstopper meal for your one and only supermom!

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Inspired by Mom, Just for Mom

Love to cook? Read this heartwarming story about JOLLY University Year 4 grand champion Bernice Angeline Tenorio who whipped up a special dish tribute for her mom ...

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Most, if not all, will agree that the best cook in the world is their mother -– no dish is as gratifying as the one prepared by Mom. Be it being fed home-cooked meals, learning her kitchen techniques, or being nurtured back to health through comforting soups or desserts, any dish cooked for the family by Mom is always hearty, thanks to her tender loving care.

For 19-year-old Bernice Angeline D. Tenorio, JOLLY University Year 4 Cook-off grand winner, she chose to honor her first kitchen hero, Mommy Lalaine, through her cooking. Unlike dishes that are inspired by trips abroad or created for personal glorification, Bernice’s award-winning recipe at the recent tilt was drawn from her fondest memories of, and deep love for, her amazing mother.           

Champion in the making

The eldest among the brood of six, Bernice grew up in a big family with modest means. Despite financial hardships, her endeavors as a child were much bigger and boundless -– she was raised a champion. Bernice graduated class valedictorian in grade school and was a consistent top student achiever in high school.

Bernice’s interest in cooking didn’t start until her grandmother, who operates a home-based kitchenette in Marilao, Bulacan, passed away in 2012. Left with the nostalgia of keeping her mother’s recipes alive, Mommy Lalaine decided to take over the business. From there, Bernice knew she needed to help her mother run it, thus they decided that she will take up Hotel and Restaurant Management at the University of Sto. Tomas (UST)

A self-trained cook and home-based baker, Mommy Lalaine is a former magazine writer and reporter with a degree in Mass Communication from St. Scholastica’s College Manila. She gave up her career to become a full-time housewife and mother to Bernice and her other siblings.

“She’s my first idol and mentor. I learned a lot about cooking from her, I look up to her and I try to mirror her strength: her patience, discipline, resourcefulness, the diligence, and how she handled the nitty-gritty aspects of running our small kitchen while looking after the family’s welfare. I remember both of us staying up till the wee hours of the morning finishing bulk food orders or decorating cakes for customers. It was tiring but very fulfilling,” she remarked.

Bernice said that her Mom’s perseverance simply astounds her. “Just like she would in her cakes and pastry creations, she would strive long and hard in executing to the detail to beautifully achieve the end results.” 

Jolly moment                 

When the news about JOLLY University Year 4 cooking competition reached Bernice in UST, she immediately signed up to try out, for a chance to showcase her innate cooking abilities. Mommy Lalaine, her Dad, and her siblings supported her in her cook-off bid.

With much thought and a grateful heart, Bernice, with the help of her coach, came up with the Chicken and Mushroom Empanadilla dish, her prized entry in the recent JOLLY University Year 4 Cook-Off.  The recipe was simple yet creative, an easy-to-do JOLLY-inspired dish with balanced elements that satisfied judges’ expectations. According to Bernice, the Empanadilla, which is her original recipe, is her “little” way of thanking mommy Lalaine for everything she has done for her and the family.  

Though the recipe that wowed judges at the JU competition took only less than two weeks to finalize, Bernice is happy that she was given the golden opportunity to show her best while dedicating a dish made just for her Mom –- win or lose.  “I didn’t have a clear sense of winning; the other entries were equally great. It was a tough competition; I just maintained focus and trust in my abilities, and tried my best to apply what I have learned from Mom and from the JU boot camp. I’m pleased to have fought and won the title for my Mom,” she said.

Success beyond measure

Now on her way to breaking new and higher grounds as an aspiring professional chef -- Bernice is busy training along with fellow representatives from UST for her first out-of-the-country culinary competition, the Hong Kong Culinary Classics happening this May – she couldn’t think of anyone else to dedicate her hard-earned triumphs and delicious new dishes other than her mother.

“If there is one thing that I’ve learned in this journey with my Mom is that there is a reason behind every action that we are doing. Whether good or bad, you learn from the experience and you’ll come out as a better person. There’s still a long road ahead of me. But with perseverance, guidance, and constant love and support from my loved ones especially my mother, I know many wonderful things will happen eventually,” she concluded.

Bernice’s mom is a living portrait of the many mothers who have selflessly supported, endlessly inspired, and rejoiced in their children’s unforgettable life milestones. 

JOLLY, for its part, pays tribute to all the amazing mothers by providing quality canned vegetables and fruit products that will help Moms cook easy to prepare and healthy dishes that will inspire to celebrate jolly family meal times together.  


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Monday, May 8, 2017

Celebrate Mother’s Day with 2nd Avenue

Sharing info on a Mother's Day activity for the whole family. If you live in Manila, do drop by and join in the fun!

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Your Mother’s Day celebration is on us!

2nd Avenue gives you the perfect treat from 11 AM to 8 PM at the Midtown Wing Atrium of Robinsons Place Manila on May 14, Sunday for a complete Mother’s Day experience with 2nd Avenue Momma’s Day Out!

Enjoy a variety of pampering treats for FREE! From massages, hair styling, nail styling, sweets station, and more. The first 500 dads will get a chance to create a free bouquet of roses for their beloved moms and wives. All kids can also enjoy me-time at the kids’ activity area. The Trumpets Playhouse will be performing on stage, too!

Everyone is welcome to join the fun at Momma’s Day Out! ADMISSION IS FREE. Get ready to join the games and raffle to score awesome prizes!

Check out 2nd Avenue on,,, follow us on Twitter via @2ndAvenuePH and on Instagram via @2ndavenuetv

2nd Avenue is the only general entertainment channel on Free TV and Pay TV that offers diverse content, featuring delightfully driven characters for the discerning market. Seen on UHF Free TV Ch. 29, SkyCable Ch. 19, Global Destiny Cable Ch. 29, Cablelink Ch. 35, Cignal Ch. 28, and Dream Channel Satellite Ch. 32.

Friday, May 5, 2017

Celebrate Weekends Early at Wingstop Every Thursday by Keeping Your Eyes on the Sides!

There are many things to love about Wingstop. The wings, for one, are lip-smackingly good! But, they're best enjoyed with several side dishes that you can get for less than half the price every Thursday! So make sure to catch this promo while you can!

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Thursdays are for more than just throwbacks. On the flipside, it actually makes you look forward, especially since the weekend is so close! You've made it this far, so it’s fair to say that you at least deserve a treat. There’s no better place for that than Wingstop, especially with the return of the Eyes On The Sides promo.  

And a treat it shall definitely be—as Wingstop hits its 3rd year in the Philippines, featured sides would only cost Php 33 every Thursday from April 20 to July 20. That’s less than half the price for most of the ever-popular sides! 

Cheesy Salsa Nachos? There’s a Thursday for that. Fancy some savory Onion Rings? There’s a Thursday for that, too. Whether you like to mix it up with the crunch of Nachos and Sweet Potato Chips, or want some fun with Fries in seven delicious flavors, you can try them all just by dropping by on a Thursday. There will be 14 featured sides for a total of 14 Thursdays, so there’s always something new to tickle your taste buds with. Enjoy them with the trademark wings or get them on their own for snacking. It’s a flavor feast, guaranteed. 

And if you think you’ve already tried them all, think again. Ever thought about biting into the warm goodness of cheesy potatoes, deliciously battered to perfection? How about a pop of Jalapeno waiting inside? You’ll get to discover these, too, as Wingstop introduces two new sides—Cheddar Poppers and Jalapeno Poppers.

Jazz up your meals and treat yourself to a side. Or two. Or three! There’s no limit, so bring the crew along. For more information, visit, LIKE Wingstop Philippines on Facebook and FOLLOW @wingstopph on Instagram.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

F1 Hotel Gives Tribute to All Moms This May

Looking for a nice place to treat your mom on Mother's Day? Here are some great ideas!

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Mothers have always held a significant place in our society and family for thousands of years. Treat the ladies of the month in luxurious living experience without leaving the city with F1 Hotel Manila’s offerings this May. 

Make moms feel special as they get to dine in for free when accompanied by at least two (2) paying guests at the hotel’s restaurant - F All-Day Dining for PhP1,499 nett per person for either lunch or dinner for the whole month. 

F1 Hotel also offers a relaxing staycation with Mother’s Day Room Package from May 10 to 17, 2017 at PhP6,700 nett per night in an overnight accommodation for their City Suite. This pampering experience comes along with one-hour in-room massage for mom, to complete the package. 

Let them feel how special they are with these limited treats as you visit F1 Hotel Manila in Bonifacio Global City. To learn more, call 908-7888 or visit

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