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TASTE OF JOY From left: Jollibee Foods Corporation chairman Tony Tan Caktiong and Jollibee Group Foundation president Grace Tan Caktiong in a ceremonial Chickenjoy toast to celebrate the company's 1,000th store opening; and Tony Caktiong and Grace Tan Caktiong handing over a ceremonial check to farmer benificiaries Rowell Lopez of Ilocos Sur and Lawrence Catabay of Pangasinan

A thousand joys

By Terence Repelente When we hear the word “Jollibee” we remember, not only its juicy and crispy Chickenjoy, or its mouth-watering French fries, or its sinfully-underrated and heavenly delicious Champ burger. When…

BICOL's best15

Bicol’s best

By CJ Juntereal Mayon Volcano did not show us her perfect cone in the three days that we spent in Albay. That was just a sign, our…

Everyone's favorite Sisig with egg

Sisig debate sizzles

By Sol Vanzi Images by Ben Razon Angeles City, which officially claims to be the birthplace of sizzling sisig, has taken steps to legislate the recipe for…

THE ICONIC BREW Clockwise from top: View from the bar with 22 craftbeers on tap; Busy and disciplined troops churning out hearty and consistent food; Happy cultured beer yeast bubbling beside one of the fermentation tank; and brewmaster and principal owner Alec Tempongko presenting hi brewing facility

Beer like nothing you’ve never had before

By Gene Gonzalez Perfect Pint is a truly amazing story of the three Tempongko brothers who are well placed in the corporate field and love their beers…

PASUDECO aerial shot

The Future is in the North

By Sara Grace C. Fojas Located 67 kilometers away from Metro Manila and an hour long ride via NLEX is Pampanga—a town full of history, food,…


Oodles of Noodles

By Gene Gonzalez One day, I made the wrong turn on Ayala Extension and ended on Yakal Street. I was fascinated to see that within a short…