The Happy Home Cook: Nora Daza's Meat Loaf De Luxe with Gravy

The Happy Home Cook: Nora Daza's Meat Loaf De Luxe with Gravy

Many Filipino expats say that a Nora Daza cookbook is their culinary bible. The late culinary superstar made cooking glamorous on Philippine TV in the late '60s and introduced French cuisine in Manila and Filipino cuisine in Paris. 

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Pinoyspotting: Panama Canal, Athens and Vienna

Pinoyspotting: Panama Canal, Athens and Vienna

Contributors Albert Romulo and Bella Bonner find Filipinos on their trips abroad.

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Our Own New Gal on Broadway

Our Own New Gal on Broadway

A review on "Gigi" by Myles A. Garcia and features on fellow Filipina castmates Vanessa Hudgens and Karla Garcia by Ella Garcia.

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The Happy Home Cook: Longanisa Meatballs with Peanut Dipping Sauce

The Happy Home Cook: Longanisa Meatballs with Peanut Dipping Sauce

Here's an easy recipe from Ramar Foods International using one of its frozen products available in most Asian stores in the U.S.

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[POLL] Should Sen. Grace Poe Run for President in 2016?

[POLL] Should Sen. Grace Poe Run for President in 2016?

Let your voice be heard! With the Philippine elections taking place next year, should Sen. Grace Poe throw her hat into the presidential ring?

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[PARTNER] Genetics May Be Key in Detecting Causes of Lupus

[PARTNER] Genetics May Be Key in Detecting Causes of Lupus

May is Lupus Awareness Month – find out what’s being done to improve treatment.

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Expat Retirement in the Philippines Isn’t That Simple

Expat Retirement in the Philippines Isn’t That Simple

Retirees can buy lots or condos in the Philippines but shouldn’t expect facilities customized or programmed for senior citizens.

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Reality Bites Off the Strip in Vegas

Reality Bites Off the Strip in Vegas

For both working senior citizens and retirees, life in Las Vegas can be bitter and sweet.

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The Happy Home Cook: Pancit Canton

The Happy Home Cook: Pancit Canton

“The word ‘pancit’ (or ‘pansit’ in some cookbooks) comes from the Hokkien words ‘pian-e-sit’, which means something that is conveniently cooked, and originally did not mean noodles. The noodle dish eventually was adapted to local ingredients, tastes and occasions.” (Doreen G. Fernandez, “The Noodles of Our Lives” from the book ‘Tikim’)

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Around the World in 20 Years

Around the World in 20 Years

Perpetual traveler Louie Hechanova collects You Only Live Once memories of journeys and destinations.

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