Farming is not only a manly job. While it takes a lot of strength, courage, responsibility and hard work, a woman can still be a good farmer.
Maura de Leon had all the reasons to opt for a more laidback, fashionable and more propitious business, having tried and excelled in several businesses before, the farmer in her compelled her to venture into probably one of the most rare, yet very healthy agricultural plants—stevia.
CHRISTMAS celebration is more fun in the Philippines. After all, it is the season of family gatherings, school reunions, office parties and going to churches. It is even more fun when it comes to eating.
One food that is always present in the table during the Christmas season is adobo. When the Spanish invaded the Philippines in the late 16th century, they encountered a cooking process that involved stewing with vinegar. The Spanish referred to this method as adobo due to its superficial similarity to the Spanish adobo. The Filipino adobo is an entirely separate method of preparing food and is distinct from the Spanish marinade. The Filipino adobo has taken on many variations in terms of cooking style, the three basic ingredients remain: garlic, soy sauce and vinegar.
200 grams cake flour
50 grams cocoa powder, sifted
10 pcs egg yolks
7 grams baking powder
16 tbsp Sweet & Fit STEVIA
200 ml water
120 ml oil
10 pcs egg whites
IT’S Christmas party season and possibly you have already gained some weight as soon as the festive month started. December is usually the time when we eat the wrong food, party all night, drink too much and healthy lifestyle is thrown out the window.
THE holidays and party season are officially underway and here come the holiday celebrations where food is the focus.
Translation: Weight gain.
But not for triathlete Ed Rusk. He works year-round to stay in good shape, so no way he’s going to give it all up just because the holidays are here. His secret?
IN the war against overeating, the holiday season presents a virtual minefield of tempting sweets and sumptuous feasts that can result in unwanted pounds.
Faced with these dangers, do we just hoist the white flag of surrender?