Adobo is one of the most beloved culinary treasures in the country. Feted for its simplicity and flexibility, households all over the nation have developed their own take on this dish through creative heirloom recipes.
Ayala Fairview Terraces, in collaboration with Datu Puti, Manam, La Rouge Products, and Our Awesome Planet, held a cook fest last Saturday seeking out the best homemade Adobo in Quezon City. Five contenders were given 45 minutes to impress a panel of three judges: Chef Claude Tayag, Chef Sandy Daza, and Chef Ernz Owera.
Find out who stood out the most in this photo essay…
They say wine is the drink of the Gods. What more when it’s paired with some of the finest food in the world? Gallery VASK and Future Trade International partnered with NederburgWines in celebration of their next generation Cellar Master, Andrea Freeborough.
Along with the beautiful selection of wines, Chef Luis Gonzales of Gallery VASK prepared a lavish, full-course menu to pair with Nederburg’s Brew Master,Pinotage, Cabernet Sauvignon, and more.
Do you know what the National Dish of the Philippines is? Yes, there is none until now.
DATU PUTI, in partnership with Mercato Centrale and Our Awesome Planet, is launching the Adobo Movement on June 11, Saturday at Mercato Centrale. The #AdoboMovement aims to pass House Bill 3926 declaring Adobo as the Official National Dish of the Philippines.
The launch will showcase the Top 14 Adobo dishes from Mercato vendors featuring the different flavors, creations, and recipes of adobo.
Here's how you can help and be part of the Adobo Movement...
180 meter long Sand Art depicting the core message of Human Nature's Save Our Seas Festival or SOS Coastival.
Meant to be a Green alternative to Labor Day Weekend, the event was host to people from all walks of life who share a common love for the environment and a genuine concern with preserving The Philippines coastlines and oceans.
SOS Coastival kicked off Ocean Month, in hopes of becoming an annual event that draws awareness to the state of The Philippines Coastal Environments.
(From left, event host Ingrid Nieto of Mellow 94.7 FM, Maye Padilla of World Wide Fund for Nature, Tina Antonio of La Union Soul, Anna Meloto-Wilk of Human Nature, and Anna Oposa of Save Philippine Seas.)
"The Champions of the Seas" Taking a moment to pose, the heroes who made SOS a reality all share a passion and appreciation for the life and future of our fragile ecosystems.
The World Street Food Congress (WSFC) is a symposium--both a conference and a street feasting festival--celebrating the world's most popular heritage street food culture with the theme: "Comforting Flavors of Home".
The third edition of WSFC was held for the first time in Manila, presented by Makansuntra, Department of Tourism, and Ayala Malls, to put the Philippines on the world street food map. The WSFC Dialogue on April 20-21 covered issues of preservation, sustainability, and opportunities for the industry.
Malasimbo Lights & Dance Festival is the second weekend of the illustrious Malasimbo Music & Arts Festival held annually in the mountains of Puerta Galera on the Island of Mindoro. The three-day festival took place on March 24th - 26th, during Holy Weekend and drew an internationally diverse crowd of music and dance lovers.
The festivities start late in the afternoon giving you ample time to explore the island.
Puerta Galera is a Municipality of the province of Oriental Mindoro on the island Mindoro. A 3 hour trip from Manila, Puerta Galera has become a popular tourist destination and vacation spot for Filipinos and Foreigners.