SM Street Food Festival 2017

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After successful servings of SM Hypermarket’s Street Food Festival roadshows held at SM Mall of Asia, SM City Clark, SM Center Muntinlupa, and SM City Fairview, SM Hypermarket saves the best for last in a two day Grand Finale at SM Mall of Asia (MOA) Music Hall on November 2 and 3. The Grand Finale is overflowing with full servings of different cuisines and a buffet of today’s hottest stars that it just couldn’t fit in one day. It is simply the best way to cap SM Hypermarket’s Street Food Festival 2017.

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Bohol Rediscovered (Food Discoveries)

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I was so lucky to have rediscovered Bohol recently. 🙂 The island is not new to me at all, we used this place as “escape” whenever we go to Cebu during lent.

But during my 3 or 4 visits to the province, we would usually just go to the same tourist spots… Chocolate Hills, Loboc River, Tarsier Sanctuary. Don’t get me wrong, these sites are a must… But it also gets tiring to be honest (try doing that yearly)…

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Batangas Food Festival 2017 at Matabungkay Beach Hotel

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Matabungkay Beach Hotel celebrates its 35th year anniversary with its annual Batangas Food Festival featuring 30 proudly Batangas beloved dishes, and 5 beverage concoctions led by 3 esteemed culinary artists. Balayan, Batangas grown chef, Chef Jaja Andal, Matabungkay’s Executive chef, Chef Ricardo Dino Jr. from Calatagan, and self proclaimed Adobo Queen, Chef Nancy Reyes- Lumen.

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TLC Foodsteps 2017: A Foodgasmic Getaway in Batangas

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Batangas for me is one under-appreciated food city in the country.  The family owns  a farm in Batangas, and whenever we visit the place, we would always be surprised with new finds, new hole-in-the-wall, new treats Batangas has to offer.

That is why when TLC and Sky Cable together with sponsors Mitsubishi Motors, Datu Puti, Goldilocks, invited me to join their food tour in Batangas, I was all game!

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Datu Puti Adobo Series

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Filipinos just can’t get enough of adobo, with nearly all regions in the country spawning
their own unique variants of this vinegar-and- soy-sauce- laced comfort dish. Considered
a strong contender for “pambansang ulam,” adobo teases one’s tastebuds with the
enticing blend of sour, sweet, and savory, evoking both the simplicity and richness of
Filipino cuisine. It has endeared itself with all manner of foodies and captured the hearts
of Filipinos and foreigners alike.

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