Silvanas (also spelled as sylvanas and sylvannas), by its textbook definition, are frozen dessert cookies made with crunchy nutty meringue with layers of buttercream filling in between. As simple as it seems, it is a popular dessert among Pinoys and if you’ve ever tried one or made one from scratch, it’s easy to understand why… Continue reading LIST: Where To Order Silvanas In Metro Manila
Checkout and delivery via the IKEA Philippines website is now available to Filipinos with a list of shipping prices and pick-up fees. Earlier in September, the IKEA website was updated with a digital catalogue and price tags in Philippine peso, which permitted users to keep track of the items they want to checkout once delivery is available.… Continue reading Here’s How Much It Will Cost To Get IKEA Products Delivered To Your Home
You’ve got to be squidding me. Squid can be a divisive ingredient. Many are intimidated by the creature’s tentacles and sometimes rubbery texture but for those who love it, there’s no better way to enjoy it than freshly-fried, golden brown calamari. It’s usually served as an appetizer, garnished with lemon and parsley and served with some… Continue reading Level Up Your Squid Game with these Calamari Dishes!
A Korean-inspired chicken sandwich will soon be available at all Shake Shack Manila branches! Korean food fans, meet Shake Shack’s new Gochujang Chick’n, available starting September 27. Photo by Shake Shack Philippines Shake Shack’s Gochujang Chick’n (P275) uses a gochujang-glazed crispy chicken breast topped with toasted sesame seeds and white kimchi slaw, all sandwiched in between buns. The… Continue reading Available Soon At Shake Shack: A Crunchy Korean Chicken Sandwich + Fries Combo
How do you store your mayonnaise? Is it in the kitchen where the rest of the ingredients that don’t expire or with the condiments in the refrigerator? We don’t blame you if you store the mayonnaise in the kitchen. We know that you usually find the mayonnaise in the aisles of the supermarket, so it’s safe to… Continue reading Here’s Why You Need To Refrigerate Mayonnaise After Opening
Buboy Villar opened a roving pares business amid the pandemic
Do you miss dining in Korean barbecue restaurants? We’re definitely missing the unlimited amounts of meat plus the refillable banchan (side dishes) and drinks, but for now, Korean barbecue sets will have to do. Korean barbecue sets were not a common thing before the pandemic, but much like any other restaurant that pivoted to cater… Continue reading LIST: Where To Buy Korean Barbecue (Samgyupsal) Sets
Pasta recipes are fast, delicious, and filling. That’s the good news. The not-so-great news is that it’s pretty common to cook more than you actually eat. This is especially true when you make pasta. The majority of people cook the entire package of pasta rather than store any leftover spaghetti or macaroni. Besides, a pasta sauce recipe… Continue reading How Long Can You Keep Cooked Tomato Pasta In The Refrigerator?
While 7-Eleven is a go-to when you need to shop for essentials, grocery items, snacks, and even affordable coffee, it’s not usually top-of-mind when you think of a place to get cakes, pastries, and other decadent sweets. Not many know that the convenience store actually offers pastries and other desserts that should satisfy your sweet… Continue reading 7 Underrated Desserts You Can Find At 7-Eleven
Chicken wings are simple—fried wings coated in a sauce, served with a dip. Done. But what if we flip the script? Still fried wings, but coated in what’s meant to be the dip and served with what’s meant to be the sauce. That’s exactly what Charlie’s Grind and Grill, that burger shop hidden in a… Continue reading Blue Cheese Wings Recipe: Inspired by Charlie’s ”Reverse Wings”