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RODRIGO’S ROAST: Adobo Dish Recipe Fit for a President by the Adobo Queen!

 https://youtu.be/XcV9uj7dSj4

The simplicity of Adobo makes it so versatile and adds room for creativity in preparation. TV Personality and self-proclaimed Adobo Queen, Nancy Reyes-Lumen, demonstrates Rodrigo’s Roast—just in time for our president-elect, Rodrigo Duterte.

 

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Rodrigo’s Roast is made of rolled pork belly braised Adobo style and seared with brown sugar—eggs are added for that extra protein kick.

As a recipe by renowned cook, Enriqueta David-Perez, this dish was inspired by her father who used to make an Adobo-like roast in the Monastery.

(Note: Fatty pork shoulder was used in this recipe. Fat adds flavor and prevents the meat from drying out. )

Here’s how to make it yourself…

Adobo Movement Series:

ADOBO MOVEMENT: Making Adobo the National Dish of the Philippines!
– Chicken Pork Adobong Puti by the Adobo Queen, Nancy Reyes-Lumen! (Recipe)
ADOBO CHALLENGE: Best Adobo in Manila! @Mercatocentrale
RODRIGO’S ROAST: Adobo Dish Recipe Fit for a President!

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#Philippines, #Restaurants, #Travel, Baguio, Food

CAFÉ BY THE RUINS DUA: Best Breakfast in Baguio 2016!

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CAFÉ BY THE RUINS DUA on Upper Session Road is the newest extension of the original establishment in front of the Baguio City Hall. While it still keeps many of the old favorites from the first branch, Dua’s menu is more dynamic and seasonal.

The restaurant’s reputation for great breakfasts is unintentional, says Feliz Perez, 2nd generation owner of Café by the Ruins Dua. She insists, however, their early operation hours and hearty servings may have contributed to this.

Let's look at how to “Ruin” your breakfast…

 

CAFÉ BY THE RUINS DUA
Upper Session Road, Baguio City
Operation hours: Daily – 7AM to 9PM
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +63 74 442 4010
Facebook: Cafe by the Ruins
Instagram: @cafebytheruins

 

Related posts:
Cafe by the Ruins Breakfast!
CAFE DUA: Cafe by the Ruins 2 Baguio Dinner! (A Review) #CafebytheMarios
CAFÉ BY THE RUINS DUA: Best Breakfast in Baguio 2016!

 

Awesome Baguio 2016 Series:
BAGUIO CRAFT BREWERY: Beer and Food Pairing Experience! @AwesomeBaguio
HILL STATION: Revisiting an Old Favorite of Baguio in 2016!
FOGGY MOUNTAIN COOKHOUSE: Have you Tried the Best Restaurant in Baguio in 2016?
AMARE: Best Brick Oven Pizza in Baguio! #AwesomeBaguio
MELT: Affordable Steak Place in Camp John Hay by Chef Michael Ferrer
CHAYA: Still the Best Japanese Restaurant in Baguio! (Revisited 2016)
GOOD TASTE: Best Budget-friendly Restaurant in Baguio! (A Review)
CHEF'S HOME: The Chef is Back Home in Baguio! (Revisited 2016) 

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HILL STATION: Revisiting an Old Favorite of Baguio in 2016!

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Over the years, HILL STATION has established itself as one of the top restaurants in Baguio (via Trip Advisor). Awarded as one of Asia’s Finest Restaurants by the Miele Guide in 2011-2013, Hill Station is celebrated for its eclectic array of Asian and Continental cuisine.

Owner Mitos Benitez-Yñiguez is no stranger to the restaurant business. She got her culinary know-how from her mother, the brains behind the famous Mario’s of Baguio. As a cook, Mitos has always been about good food. It isn't just her extensive library of cookbooks that shaped the Hill Station menu but also the gastronomic techniques and experiences picked up from her trips around the world.

This 2016, Team OAP revisits this beloved local favorite to see how it’s been doing… 

 

HILL STATION
Luneta Hill, Upper Session Rd., 2600 Baguio City, Philippines
Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday: 7AM to 11PM
Telephone: +63 74 424-2734, 423-9100, 423-9558
Email[email protected]
Website: HillStationBaguio.com
Facebook: Hill Station

 

Related posts:
HILL STATION: One of the BEST Restaurants in Baguio! (Revisited)
HILL STATION & Mt. Cloud Bookshop, Baguio
HILL STATION: Revisiting an Old Favorite of Baguio in 2016!

 

Awesome Baguio 2016 Series:
FOGGY MOUNTAIN COOKHOUSE: Have you Tried the Best Restaurant in Baguio in 2016?
AMARE: Best Brick Oven Pizza in Baguio! #AwesomeBaguio
MELT: Affordable Steak Place in Camp John Hay by Chef Michael Ferrer
CHAYA: Still the Best Japanese Restaurant in Baguio! (Revisited 2016)
GOOD TASTE: Best Budget-friendly Restaurant in Baguio! (A Review)
CHEF'S HOME: The Chef is Back Home in Baguio! (Revisited 2016) 

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CAVITE: LASA NG REPUBLIKA Food & Cultural Tour with Ige Ramos! (Photo Essay) @CaviteXpressway

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CAVITE, home to the vanguards of the Philippine Revolution, is not known for its cuisine. Those from Manila often bypass the other towns of Cavite and instead, opt for a little R’n’R session at Tagaytay. You are mistaken if you think Cavite does not have any notable culinary treasures.

One of the reasons why Caviteño food is overlooked is because even local restaurants opt to serve westernized foods like pasta, pizza, and steaks—the reason being that Caviteño food can simply be made at home.

This makes tasting local cuisine more challenging for hungry visitors.

In collaboration with Food Writer Ige Ramos, and Cavitex, here’s how you can get to know Cavite through its food and history…

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Chicken Pork Adobo Classic Recipe by the Adobo Queen, Nancy Reyes-Lumen!

https://youtu.be/o6ONDL2QYhQ

A savory smell with a hint of acidity fills the air, followed by a gentle waft of garlic and aromatic bay leaf. You uncover the simmering pot and taste the sauce to make sure it’s sour enough. When the meat is tender and the sauce is just right, you allow it to cool and wait the next day to eat it just like your mother did—that’s if you can!

Nothing brings us the comfort of home quite like Adobo. The simplicity of this ubiquitous dish has lent to delicious variations across the nation; and most importantly, across our households. Ask any Filipino, and he or she will tell you about an heirloom Adobo recipe or two.

 

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In an effort to make Adobo the national dish, Celebrity Cook, Masflex Ambassador, and Adobo Queen, Nancy Reyes-Lumen, celebrates the #AdoboMovement by making the classic Adobong Puti.

Here’s how…

Adobo Movement Series:

ADOBO MOVEMENT: Making Adobo the National Dish of the Philippines!
– Chicken Pork Adobong Puti by the Adobo Queen, Nancy Reyes-Lumen! (Recipe)
ADOBO CHALLENGE: Best Adobo in Manila! @Mercatocentrale
RODRIGO’S ROAST: Adobo Dish Recipe Fit for a President!

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Food

How to Make the Best Classic New York Cheesecake by @CheesecakebyGuy? (Recipe)

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When it comes to cheesecakes, Chef Gregory Guy has it all figured out—making one isn’t hard, and that’s the beauty of it!

After taking a culinary course at the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu in France, Chef Guy journeyed into entrepreneurship and opened up his own store, Cheesecakes by Guy, at Eastwood Mall, Quezon City.

“It all started with one cheesecake,” says Chef. Now his store sells more than 20 variations of cheesecake; from Green Tea, Red Velvet, and Queso de Bola just to name a few.

 

 

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Behind every fancy variation of this decadent dessert is the classic New York Cheesecake—and it’s Chef Guy’s bestseller.

Here’s how you can make it yourself …

 

CHEESECAKES BY GUY
2nd Level, Eastwood Mall, Quezon City.
Operating Hours:
Sundays-Thursdays: 11AM to 11PM
Fridays-Saturdays: 11AM to 12 Midnight
Telephone: +632 584 3372
Mobile: +63 917 898 8396
Website: www.cheesecakesbyguy.com
Facebook: Cheesecakes by Guy
Instagram: @cheesecakesbyguy

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Awesome Festivals, Food

World Street Food Dialogue: Heritage Street Food Trends & Insights (Summary)

Related Blog Post: World Street Food Jamboree: 15 Hawker Stalls Worth Lining Up For!

World Street Food Dialogue
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. 

World Street Food Congress Manila 2016 Series:

– World Street Food Dialogue: Heritage Street Food Trends & Insights (Summary)
World Street Food Jamboree: 15 Hawker Stalls Worth Lining Up For! #WSFC16 (Updated!)
FOODIE GUIDE to the World Street Food Congress in Manila! (April 20-24, 2016) @Makansutra
World Street Food Dialogue: “Can Deliciousness Cure Poverty and Create Opportunities?”
Philippines’ First 15-Hour Food Tour Frenzy Safari (Part 1) #WSFC16
An Epic 15-Hour Food Tour in Manila (Part 2) #WSFC16
Announcing… World Street Food Congress in Manila! (April 20-24, 2016)

 

Here is the summary of trends and our insights from the street food culture around the world…

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Awesome Festivals, Food

World Street Food Congress 2016: 15 Hawker Stalls Worth Lining Up For! #WSFC16 (Updated!)

Related blog post: FOODIE GUIDE to the World Street Food Congress in Manila! (April 20-24, 2016) @Makansutra 

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The renowned World Street Food Congress Jamboree invites the foodies to gastronomic soirée at Bonifacio Global City. With more than twenty participating international hawker stalls and more dishes we can possible eat in a day, Our Awesome Planet tried everything so you don’t have to!

 

Here’s a handy list to the vendors worth queuing for…

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Awesome Festivals, Food

FOODIE GUIDE to the World Street Food Congress in Manila! (April 20-24, 2016) @Makansutra

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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

 

Here is a foodie guide on the World Street Food Dialogue & Jamboree happening next week in Manila..

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