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Belgian Tableya Is The Newest Chocolate In Town!

Time to make hot chocolate!
If you love dark chocolate and the deep, bold notes of local tablea, here's a new chocolate to try. Meet Theo And Brom, a brand of artisanal chocolate and the world’s first Belgian Tableya. It’s called Belgian Tableya because it combines the best of each owner's hometown. ...

Davao's Malagos Chocolate Wins Another International Award

This is their 28th international award to date!
Puentespina Farms, the farm where Malagos Chocolate sources its cacao, is now recognized as home to high-quality Heirloom Cacao. Charita Puentespina, who founded the farm in 2003, shared that they are the 16th producer to be given this honor (from all over the world)–and the first ever in the Philippines.So, what does Heirloom ...

This Is What People Eat For Noche Buena Around The Philippines

What’s on their table spread this Christmas?
Noche Buena, which is Spanish for “night of goodness,” is the bountiful feast served during the eve of Christmas. The typical Noche Buena spread for most Filipino gatherings include the hamonado, embutido, baked macaroni, bringhe (local paella), and sometimes, lechon. But this isn't the same ...

From North To South: Make These Dishes If You're Missing A Taste Of Home

Cook these regional favorites so you won't get homesick.
Few dishes evoke nostalgia more than regional favorites you grew up with. The unique flavors, textures, and ingredients of a dish made from what's available in an area not only creates a dish that's local, it also creates a dish which has passed ...

People Are Lining Up For HOURS To Get This Mango Dessert!

The longest waiting time is four hours and 30 minutes!
Our delicious, sweet, and juicy Philippine mangoes have been lauded as one of the best ones you can eat around the world. Even though these mangoes are only in season during the months of summer, Filipinos love to eat these fruity delights all ...

Davao Humba Recipe

A popular dish served during fiestas and special occasions, humba is a stew of pork knuckles, aromatics, herbs, vinegar, and soy.
A popular dish served during fiestas and special occasions, humba is a stew of pork knuckles, aromatics, herbs, vinegar, and soy. The name is taken from humot nga baboy, which translates to soft, fragrant pork.  ...

Davao Kinilaw: Balancing Freshness and Flavor

Kinilaw can be found anywhere there's a fishing community in the Philippines, but Dabawenyos have their own.
You really haven’t visited Davao City unless you’ve tried kinilaw, the soured-fish dish that needs no fire to cook, just the action of vinegar on meat. While kinilaw can be found anywhere there’s a fishing community in the Philippines, Dabawenyos have made ...
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