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Bring home some Sparkle in a bottle

Leave it to Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy the world’s premiere luxury goods brand to elevate the sparkling wine experience to new heights. Literally. Since Robert-Jean de Vogüé left France in 1959 to establish his first winery in Argentina 1,600 meters high in the Andes, the ambition of Chandon has been …

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LIST: Benefits of airfryer and recipes

MANILA, Philippines — People’s need to be healthy these days for obvious reasons have resulted to trends in cooking. While it is common for these to involve healthy recipes and dishes, there’s one that involves an appliance and its method of cooking. The airfryer has been around for years, but …

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Warning: This pastry can be habit-forming

MANILA, Philippines — Move over, dream cake. It’s time for crack pies. Unlike the latter, which is ubiquitously light and airy, the crack pie is a dense, buttery pastry that rests on an oatmeal crust and it is all set to satisfy any sweet-tooth craving. It’s not your lola’s pie …

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Where rabbit meat is normal to eat

MANILA, Philippines — Stretched by a pandemic-induced recession, Filipinos are turning in different directions for possible alternatives to goods that have become inaccessible. One such commodity is pork, which has become notoriously expensive even with the imposition of price caps. The University of the Philippines Los Baños Department of Agricultural …

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Spaghetti and silver linings

The Italianni’s branch that holds the most memories for Jean Paul Manuud, The Bistro Group president and COO, is the one in Greenbelt 2. “The connection is personal,” he says. “I was the first general manager of this branch. When it first opened, that was the restart of everything.” Paul …

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