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BATANGUEÑO FLAVOR EXPLORED ON FOODPRINTS

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Chef Sandy Daza takes on the streets and corners of one of the country's major destinations for strong flavors and well-loved dishes, Batangas, in a two-part trip that hits television screens this Saturday (October 26).
With the Batangueño’s passion ang pride in their tradition of heartfelt hospitality and their desire to share all their local treats, Chef Sandy had the time of his life sampling the best of what Batangas had to offer.
He kick-starts his adventure with Batangas’ famous Bulalo, visiting two of the best bulalo places in town. Sampling a simple but utterly delicious dish made of broth, beef shank, and melt-in-your-mouth bone marrow, heading straight for the Bulalo definitely sets Chef Sandy on the right path.

FOOD NEWS: Figaro Coffee Presents Their Christmas Offerings

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Its just a few days until Christmas, and in the country, Christmas starts in the "ber" months. Figaro Coffee is starting it early with their set of Christmas offerings that will bring joy to their customers as well as the spirit of the Yultide season.
Let's start with their Glorious Treasures, a variety of collectibles that are also great gift ideas for the season. And this won't require effort of collecting stickers since you can buy them directly at reasonable amount.

MarQuee Mall presents grandest Northern Food Festival this October

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MarQuee Mall, Ayala Mall’s first dining, shopping and entertainment destination north of Manila presents “Big Bite!  The Northern Food Festival” at the MarQuee Park, Angeles City, Pampanga from October 18 to 20, 2013. Big Bite! is a foodie’s dream come true with its huge outdoor food market featuring everything from cooked Filipino favorites to famous native delicacies and baked goodies, fresh fruits, vegetables and more.  The food festival showcases over 100 food stalls featuring the best food products from across the provinces of Pampanga, Bulacan, Ilocos, Baguio, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, Bataan, Pangasinan, Cagayan and La Union.  It’s a culinary showdown of the most mouth-watering heritage cuisines from Northern Luzon.