Running your own frozen yogurt or ice cream shop can be a lot of fun. You can offer your customers various flavors, and you may even come up with your own dishes. The best thing you can do for your business is treat your customers to different types of yogurt. There are plenty of manufacturers that provide a range of frozen yogurt products. You may decide to add the following types of frozen yogurt to your own inventory.
The country’s longest running monthly food publication, Cook Magazine recently celebrated it’s 16th year with an evening of merriment, entertainment, and prizes. Led by Cook Magazine Advertising Manager Marlon Aldenese and his team, the yearly party dubbed “Holiday Bash” was again a coming together of advertisers, subscribers, contributors, chefs and friends including us – everyone who has made Cook what it is today.
The event also served as an opportunity to launch Cook’s new baby for 2017 – the BusinessMirror Cook Saturday Edition. Put to print in November 2016, the new insert in BusinessMirror comes out every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month...Read More
This season of giving, help feed malnourished Pinoy children by supporting the Restaurants Against Hunger campaign. From November 15, 2016 to January 15, 2017, international non-government organization Action Against Hunger, together with partner restaurants and top chefs, are bringing to life the Restaurants Against Hunger campaign. The campaign aims to save the lives of malnourished Pinoy kids through “Dishes that Feed More” in participating restaurants. When ordered, proceeds from these dishes go to Action Against Hunger’s programs in alleviating extreme malnutrition across the country.
Action Against Hunger is a worldwide organization that aims to fight the hunger problems in nearly 50 countries for more than 40 years now...Read More
Care to taste something new? Sasa Asian Cuisine, located at Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons, gives a fresh take on Asian fusion cuisine that will be surely loved by Pinoys. Our favorite dishes from Japan, Korea, Singapore and Malaysia are made even better with a Pinoy twist, thanks to the genius that is Chef Raymar Reyes and his team.
We started our Asian fusion experience with the Fried Yasai Itame made of stir-fried vegetables placed in between layers of fried lumpia wrappers and drizzled with Japanese mayo.
We were then served with a big platter of Black Pepper Prawns. Don’t be fooled by its name because the dish is not spicy at all, even kids can eat this.
Meanwhile, the Crispy Pork Belly in T...Read More