Tears of Fear Then Joy in Iraq

Tears of Fear Then Joy in Iraq

Philippine Embassy staff in Iraq rescues Filipino victims of human trafficking.

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Martial Law Stories: Remembering

Martial Law Stories: Remembering

A journalist remembers her days underground and the courageous people she worked with.

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Watch Out World: Somewhere in the Middle, Deborah Francisco Douglas Finds Her Way Home

Watch Out World: Somewhere in the Middle, Deborah Francisco Douglas Finds Her Way Home

A Filipino American Peace Corps volunteer of mixed lineage discovers the Philippines – and herself.

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The Happy Home Cook: Beef Bourguignon

The Happy Home Cook: Beef Bourguignon

This is one of my favorite recipes. I like to fix this for a large crowd. I can prepare it ahead of time and warm it up before the guests arrive. I serve it with rice, salad, and perhaps a ham or salmon as well.  The recipe below serves 6 or so, and when I fix for a larger group, I have to triple the recipe.

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Holy Week! Baguio’s Still Worth Your While

Holy Week! Baguio’s Still Worth Your While

Why despite the evident “deterioration” of Baguio’s nostalgic pine-scented, quiet and stress-free atmosphere, the city still beckons.

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Bacalao With Love

Bacalao With Love

Find out why the Caballeros’ bacalao casserole is a top order at Eats Amore Foods, her and husband Raffy Caballero’s catering enterprise from their home in Merville, Parañaque.

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The Happy Home Cook: Bacalao Casserole

The Happy Home Cook: Bacalao Casserole

For Fish Friday, dig in to Eats Amore’s Bacalao Casserole!

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A Tree in My Ballesteros

A Tree in My Ballesteros

A towering tree serves as a living monument to a beloved hometown.

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From Coffee to Pollo Con Chocolate

From Coffee to Pollo Con Chocolate

There is a story in every dish, history in every bite.

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A Magic Book & the Man Who Could Not Die

 A Magic Book & the Man Who Could Not Die

A new novel pays a debt to magical realism.

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