Monthly Archives: November 2013

Growing Pains…

Every parent has buckets full of stories to tell about funny moments with their children: quirky conversations, mispronunciations, misunderstandings, that make us shriek with laughter and race to share the latest tale with friends and family. My mother collects anecdotes … Continue reading

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The Farm at San Benito: from fumes to fresh air

“Today’s… choices affect your future health. Our bodies may be hardy, but recurring abuse leads to disease and illness. The good news is that it’s never too late to rejuvenate.” So who has ever spent time at a health farm? … Continue reading

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Dreaming of Tuscany…

Italy: the land of art, architecture and ancient culture, poetry, pasta and wine; of long, lazy, summer lunches at rough wooden tables strewn with wine bottles and the detritus of a simple feast; of broad, shady terraces overlooking vine-draped hills … Continue reading

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Looking for Greener Pastures

Robby Goco has a magic touch when it comes to restaurants:  owner and Head Chef of Cyma (eight outlets across the Philippines); Charlie’s Grind & Grill; Achiote, and now, his latest venture, Green Pastures. Green Pastures opened in September, in … Continue reading

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Exploring Filipino Cheese

The true origins of cheese-making are lost in the mists of time, but it is well known that cheese has been a popular and nutritious dairy product throughout Europe and the Middle East for centuries. Dating back thousands of years, … Continue reading

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