BIZU maintains their winning streak as the best caterer in Manila for the 4th time!
Last Sunday, food lovers flocked to Blue Leaf Events Pavilion at McKinley Hill to tastes what this year’s caterers had in store. Seven of the most established contenders such as Bizu, K by Cunanan, Mesclun, Hizon's, Josiah's, Albergus, and Juan Carlo fed the famished crowds.
Because of last year’s success, the stakes were even higher—caterers upped the ante with their improved food, service, and booth designs!
Are you ready for the World Street Food Congress party in Manila on April 20-24, 2016?
The World Street Food Congress (WSFC) is a symposium, conference and a mega-street feasting festival that celebrates and seeks opportunities and possibilities for the world’s most popular food culture – heritage and comfort street food. The WSFC is not just about comfort food and deliciousness. The WSF Dialogue component is about addressing issues of preservation, sustainability, relevance and the world of opportunities we can create tomorrow. The third installation of the WSFC2016 sails from Singapore to the Bonifacio Global City (BGC) in Metro Manila, Philippines, after two successful runs in the Lion City (2013 and 2015). http://www.wsfcongress.com
With the theme "The Manila Galleon: East meets West," focuses on the influences made by the two parts of the world, particularly on the global gourmet scene is the highlight of the second edition of Madrid Fusion Manila on April 7-9 2016 at the SMX Convention Center Manila.
One of Madrid Fusion Manila's highlights is the sumptuous themed Regional Lunches prepared by the best and creative Filipino Chefs to show off their dishes using the best local produce.
The first day tackles the theme "Panlasa" (Tastes) concentrating on the flavor profiles that are distinctly Filipino: maalat (salty), matamis (sweet), mapait (bitter), maasim (sour) and malinamnam (savoury). The lunch is curated by Chef Angelo Comsti and Nina Daza-Puyat.
Here are our Top 10 favorites on the Day 1 Lunch at Madrid Fusion Manila ...
The entire month of April is officially the delicious Food Month in Manila which opens with Madrid Fusion Manila and culminates with the World Street Food Congress at April 9 and 16.
Here are the 10 delicious Food Events you should NOT miss this April in Manila:
APRIL 7-9: MADRID FUSION MANILA
An International Culinary Event you would not want to miss.
Madrid Fusion Manila (MFM) is the first and only Asian edition of Madrid Fusion, the most important international gastronomy congress in the world, celebrated annually in Madrid since 2003. MFM brings together the most acclaimed avant-garde chefs from across the globe. On its first year, the theme of the congress was 'The Philippines and Spain: A 300-year Gastronomic Journey.'
An equally exciting Madrid Fusion Manila awaits gourmet professionals, aficionados and enthusiasts in 2016.
Don't miss this chance to take part in the biggest international gathering of some of the most distinguished and revered names in the world of gastronomy.
In 2016 , in celebration of the 450th anniversary of the Galleon Trade that linked Asia with the Western World, the theme of Madrid Fusion Manila 2016 will be ‘The Manila Galleon: East Meets West’, expanding the gastronomic conversation further, not only between two countries but between two very different parts of the world.
Holy Week is a great time to recharge physically, mentally and most specially - spiritually to strengthen our relationship with the Lord.
Join us for a Holy Week Retreat with the theme "Rest in God's Love" this coming Holy Thursday and Good Friday at Aliw Theater 8am to 12nn and for the Mercy Full Grand Easter Feast this coming Sunday at Mall of Asia Arena.
(Press Release: THE REBORN WORSHIP CONCERT: AN EVENING OF PRAISE FOR A CAUSE)
Who is 1 Walker?
About 5 years ago, newly weds Ogie and Regine Alcasid decided to go on a journey. They embarked on a quest to get to know God through a weekly small group led by Bernard Marquez.
Some of their friends — including Liza Martinez, Jaya, Sushi Reyes and Archie Castillo — joined them on their faith walk. Through weekly get-togethers, they read the Word of God and grew in their walk with Christ.
Realizing that these friends love music just as they love God, Regine broached the idea of putting together a band dedicated to playing praise and worship music. Everyone was on board.
Eventually, more singers and musicians hopped on with the same mission — Marnie Jereza, Manolo Tanquilut, Eugene Cailao, Zebedee Zuniga, Criss Beunviaje, Jem Florendo, Soc Mina, Michael Alba, JunJun Regalado and Nikko Rivera. Thus, “1 Walker” was born.
Why 1 Walker? It is the address of where this journey began. The Bible verse “For we walk by faith, not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7 NKJV)” also plays an important role in the band’s existence.
World Street Food Dialogue is a 2-day conference where you can network and learn from the movers and shakers of the street food and heritage cuisine movement including Stephen Werther the creator of the Bourdain Market in New York and Brett Burmeister, Consultant, Commentator, Portland Food Carts and Trucks in the US.
Don't miss to register for the dialogue here: http://wsfcongress.com/ (use 10% discount code: "OAP#WSFC16" + bonus)