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Holiday Love With Clara Ole

Almost everyone gets into panic mode during the Christmas Season not only with shopping but with last-minute food preparations especially for Noche Buena and Christmas Day celebration. Even if restaurants offer party packs, homemakers still prefer to spend time in the kitchen doing endless chopping and mincing, rolling and boiling as they prepare the signature Christmas dishes.

Gastronomic delights have always been the centerpiece of any holiday party. Sharing of good food and good company are irreplaceable elements of a Filipino-style holiday merriment so better be on your toes to whip up those tasty holiday treats to impress your guests.

But thanks to Clara Ole for making things easier for us- homemakers by presenting to us a wide array of choices from pasta sauces, marmalades and jams, barbeque marinade, dips, paella sauce, and even vinaigrettes for salads.


You can also visit Clara Ole Website for the complete list of products and recipes, or "like" Clara Ole's FB Page or connect via Instagram.

Stay tuned for my Christmas Holiday Recipes with Clara Ole. :)



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  1. i love their cheesy pesto pasta sauce! ;)

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    1. We love their cheesy pesto, too. I also add it when I make omelettes :)

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