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Ordering Pizza at Pizza Hut Online is Easy as 1-2-3

Pizza Hut, the country's beloved pizza haven makes ordering online such a breeze that you can even do it while doing something else.

"We have always been known as the pioneer and expert in food delivery in the Philippines, and this is borne out of our commitment to bring the freshest and hottest Pizza Hut pizza and signature dishes as fast as possible to our customers," shares Pizza Hut Philippines Marketing Head Lorent Adrias. "But technology and our fast-paced lifestyles are changing the way diners now perceive convenience when it comes to ordering our food, and so we thought to introduce a better, more interactive website which takes ordering food online to a new level."


NEW RESTO ALERT: Sultan Mediterranean Grill

We were craving for something new so we ended up at Sultan Mediterranean Grill along Wilson Street in San Juan. That area in San Juan is really becoming a foodie haven, so many restaurant choices now.

FOOD FINDS: Coconut Chips, Mushroom Chicharon, Piyaya, and SLERS Chicharon

I find joy whenever I chance upon a weekend market because there are just so many interesting finds. Saw these locally made goodies at the 2-day weekend food market at Rustan's Gateway.


L'entrecote's Famous Duck Confit is Back!

L'entrecote's famous classic French dish, Duck Confit is back due to popular demand. The Crispy French Duch Leg Confit on Roasted Boulangere Potatoes with Orange Chutney is 300 grams of imported French Duck Leg salt-cured and cooked in its own fat.

Jolly Hotdog in Cheesy Classic and NEW Chili Cheese variant

Jollibee, the country’s largest fast food chain, has beefed up one of its well-loved product lines, the Jolly Hotdog, with the New Chili Cheese variant, an exciting addition to its Cheesy Classic variant. Always served fresh, the Cheesy Classic Jolly Hotdog offers over-the-top beefy goodness with its beef hotdog in a warm bun, topped with a slightly tangy special dressing and livened up with grated cheese and tomato catsup.

NEW RESTO ALERT: Makansutra

I've been seeing food posts about Makansutra on my IG feed and the food reminded me of my summer (food)trip to Kuala Lumpur. It also reminded me of the World Streetfood Congress with happened here in Manila early this year also. Read about it here --- World Streetfood Congress.

We were supposed to drop by on its opening day but since traffic was pretty bad that day, we ended up going there on its 3rd opening day which happen to be a Sunday.

Anyways, I love the "kalesa" display at the entrance. It reminded me though of the Lot 10 hawkers foodcourt in Kuala Lumpur.


NEW RESTO ALERT: Chef Jessie Grill

Fine dining comes to mind when I hear someone mention Chef Jessie restaurant so I was a bit surprised when Chef Jessie invited us to attend the blessing and opening of her latest "grill" restaurant at The Grove Rockwell last September 8, 2016. Grill resto?


Chef Ernest Reynoso-Gala challenges students to Bake It Happen! in URC Flour contest

Top culinary chef Ernest Reynoso-Gala believes that aside from awarding prizes and an internship with one of the country’s prestigious hotels, the Flourish Pilipinas: Bake It Happen! Nationwide Baking Competition 2016 offers budding bakers an opportunity to learn more about their craft.

One-Stop-Shop at The Mall of Kitchens

Mall of Kitchens (MOK) is known a a one-stop-shop for kitchen needs for both commercial/ industrial and residential use. It is also known as the first foodservice mall in the country that has quality kitchen equipment, utensils, foodservice furniture as well as laundry equipment. The place has been newly renovated for the convenience of shopping.


September Baking and Cooking Class Schedule at The Maya Kitchen

"I Hate to Cook" cooking workshop at The Maya Kitchen is back this month of September. Learn how to prepare an impressive 5-course meal on September 10, and on September 17, the lesson will cover "Limited Space Cooking." Class fee is P2,000 per session.


Dinner With Good Friends at Mario's

One of the nicest things about close friends is that you may not see each other as often as you like but when you do, it means long hours of "chikahan" and "kainan." Of course, going to a nice restaurant that serves good and wholesome ambiance is also a factor to consider since most of the time, we have our kids with us.