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Curiosity Got The Chef Season 6: Rent Control

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Pork belly stuffed with ‘arroz bringhe,’ roast ‘sinampalukan’ turkey, sweets, treats, tarts

  Here's a list of recommendations from friends to make this Christmas season even tastier! Chef Sau del Rosario The potluck specials are whipped up from memories of his childhood in Angeles, where chef Sau's mom, Garding Ocampo Esguerra del Rosario, "would prepare these for noche buena and would make them for friends." He recommends: Crispy Pork Belly Stuffed with Arroz Bringhe (boneless lechon with turmeric rice cooked in coconut milk, chorizo and olives); Salt-Crusted Snapper (maya-maya served with orange rosemary beurre blanc with organic pumpkin and haricot verts); Whole Boneless Chicken Galantina (meat, cheese, raisins, Vienna sausage and chorizo stuffing, serv...Keep on reading: Pork belly stuffed with ‘arroz bringhe,’ roast ‘sinampalukan’ turkey, sweets, treats, tarts.....»»

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Curiosity Got The Chef Season 6: Discover Tagum

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Irrigation woes hound Pangasinan rice farms

DAGUPAN CITY --- About 2,000 hectares of rice lands in five Pangasinan towns may not get irrigation water from San Roque Dam in San Manuel town this second cropping season, a provincial agriculture official said. Insufficient reservoir water will affect farms in the towns of Santa Barbara, Malasiqui, Villasis, Laoac and Mangaldan, said Nestor Batalla, assistant provincial agriculturist. Tom Valdez, vice president for corporate social responsibility of the San Roque Power Corp., confirmed this, saying that no typhoon passed over the Agno River basin this year and "we had abnormal rainfall." On Saturday, the dam's water level was 269 meters above sea level (masl). To irrigate all ...Keep on reading: Irrigation woes hound Pangasinan rice farms.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 13th, 2017

Brady, Patriots send Broncos to fifth straight loss, 41-16

By Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press DENVER (AP) — Denver is no longer Tom Brady’s House of Horrors and the Broncos sure don’t scare anybody anymore. Brady threw three touchdown passes and the New England Patriots matched their own AFC record with their 12th consecutive road victory, pummeling the Broncos 41-16 on Sunday night. Brady’s 86th regular-season road win broke a tie with Peyton Manning for most all-time. “It’s always hard to win in the NFL, certainly on the road,” Brady said. “We found a way to do it last year and we’re off to a good start this year.” Not so the Broncos. These teams have represented the AFC in the last four Super Bowls, and the Broncos (3-6) were hoping a visit from their rivals would help shake them from their funk. Beat Brady, suggested Aqib Talib, and “the swag, the energy in this locker room, it’ll skyrocket.” Instead, the Broncos fizzled. They lost their fifth straight game, their worst skid in seven seasons, and they dropped back-to-back games to the Patriots (7-2) in Denver for the first time since 1966. Avoiding Von Miller all night and throwing for 266 yards on 25-of-34 passing, Brady improved to 8-9 against the Broncos, the only team he has a losing record against, and he won for just the fourth time in 11 trips to Denver. The Patriots also won a dozen consecutive road games from 2006-08. The NFL record is 18 set by the Joe Montana-led San Francisco 49ers from 1988-90. Speaking of historic, the Patriots for the first time since 1979 had a special teams takeaway , a blocked punt and a kickoff return for a touchdown , a trifecta that fueled a comfortable 27-9 halftime lead. The Patriots went three-and-out to start the game but rookie Isaiah McKenzie’s muffed punt led to Brady’s 14-yard TD toss to running back Rex Burkhead. “That’s not the first punt McKenzie has muffed this year,” Patriots coach Bill Belichick said. Indeed, it was his fifth fumble, including four muffs. “It puts us in a big hole,” McKenzie said. “I put the blame all on me. If I would’ve caught that first punt, did anything with it, besides turn it over, then probably ... things would’ve changed for us.” The Patriots had five touchdowns and a pair of field goals before they’d punt again. “We knew McKenzie had muffed a couple so we told our gunners to get down there and make it tough on him,” Patriots DB Devin McCourty said. “Then we get the blocked punt return.” He’s getting ahead of himself, but who could blame him? After kicking a 39-yard field goal, Brandon McManus failed on the ensuing kickoff to get in front of returner Dion Lewis, whose 103-yard return down Denver’s demoralized sideline made it 14-3. “How are you supposed to win against Tom Brady and Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots when you’re starting off” like that? wondered Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe. “You can’t.” Then, Burkhead sliced through the line to block Riley Dixon’s punt at the Broncos’ 30-yard line, leading to Stephen Gostkowski’s second field goal and a 20-6 lead. “I have not,” Broncos coach Vance Joseph replied when asked if he’d ever seen a worse special teams performance. “That wasn’t the only issue we had. We were 1 for 4 in the red zone. We moved the ball better tonight but we didn’t score touchdowns. And defensively they scored on seven straight possessions.” When the Broncos finally forced another punt in the fourth quarter, they were whistled for 12 men on the field, giving the Patriots a fresh set of downs. Brady took advantage of that gaffe by throwing a 6-yard touchdown pass to James White, capping both the blowout and a 16-play, 94-yard drive that ate up more than seven minutes. “Besides that first series, we couldn’t stop them,” Miller said. BROCK ON: Brock Osweiler hooked up with Emmanuel Sanders five times for 114 yards in the first half but Denver stalled twice in the red zone and also at the Patriots 21, settling for field goals while the Patriots were scoring touchdowns. Sanders finished with six catches for 137 yards. Joseph refused to say if Osweiler (18 of 33, 221 yards) would stay the starter. “We’re going to watch the tape tomorrow as a staff and determine who the quarterback is next week,” Joseph said. BENNETT’S BACK: Tight end Martellus Bennett was active — and productive — for New England just a few days after he accused the Green Bay Packers of pressuring him to play through a shoulder injury. Green Bay waived Bennett with the designation that he “failed to disclose a physical condition,” but Bennett said the Packers were aware of his balky shoulder when they signed him. He said it got worse during the season and he elected to have surgery. When the Packers waived him, the Patriots grabbed him. His first catch covered 27 yards and he finished with three catches for 38 yards. “He did a great job to have come in on Friday,” Brady said. “I love having Martellus on our team. He adds a lot, he’s a great player, and he was for us last year.” MILESTONE WIN: Belichick moved into a third-place tie with Tom Landry on the all-time head-coaching list for wins, with 270. He trails only Don Shula (347) and George Halas (324). INJURIES: Patriots special teams ace Matthew Slater went out in the first half with a pulled hamstring. Broncos tight end A.J. Derby was knocked out with a shoulder injury. Umpire Jeff Rice was carted off in the third quarter after hitting his head on the ground when Patriots linebacker Trevor Reilly bowled him over on during a Denver punt. UP NEXT Patriots: At Raiders at Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca (elevation 7,280 feet). The Patriots are staying in Colorado all week, practicing at the Air Force Academy (elevation 6,621) feet to acclimate to the altitude. Broncos: Host the Cincinnati Bengals......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 13th, 2017

Food Prints With Sandy Daza Season 1: Exploring Batangas Palatal Treasures

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Food Prints With Sandy Daza Season 2: A To-Die-For Food Trip In Binondo!

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Food Prints with Sandy Daza Season 1: The Luscious Pastillas Hubad From Bulacan

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Food Prints With Sandy Daza Season 1: Visiting Refmad Dragonfruit Plantation And Resort

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Listed Season 1: A Visit At The Alpha By The One And Only Chef Billy King

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Food Prints With Sandy Daza Season 1: Drool Over Authentic Ilocos Longganisa!

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Durham is Governors' Cup Best Import anew

For the second straight season, Allen Durham is the best import of the PBA Governors' Cup. Meralco's beast of a reinforcement took home the award Sunday prior to Game 2 of the Finals against Ginebra and it wasn't even close. Durham was the no. 1 import in all categories (statistis and votes from the PBA, media, and players), taking a total of 1219  points. He averaged an incredible 25.4 points, 20.06 rebounds, 6.8 assists, and 1.3 blocks through the semis, leading the Bolts back to the championship round to have another shot at the barangay. Speaking of the barangay, Ginebra's Justin Brownlee finished second 834 points while TNT's Glen Rice Jr. was third with 574 points.   br /> --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 15th, 2017

Keuchel strikes out 10, Astros beat Yanks 2-1 in ALCS opener

em>By Kristie Rieken, Associated Press /em> HOUSTON (AP) — Dallas Keuchel faced the New York Yankees in the postseason for the second time and the Houston Astros ace shut them down again. Keuchel struck out 10 in seven scoreless innings to help Houston to a 2-1 victory on Friday night in the AL Championship Series opener. 'I think it's just pitch execution, and it's just been there more times than it hasn't against the Yankees,' Keuchel said. Keuchel threw six scoreless innings in a 3-0 win over New York in the 2015 AL wild card game. He allowed four hits — all singles — and walked one to improve to 8-2 with a 1.09 ERA in eight starts against the Yankees in the regular season and postseason combined. He joined Nolan Ryan and Mike Scott as the only Astros pitchers to reach double digits in strikeouts in a postseason game. 'Late movement — he moves the ball and he commands it well,' the Yankees Greg Bird said. Carlos Correa and Yuli Gurriel hit RBI singles in the fourth off loser Masahiro Tanaka, and left fielder Marwin Gonzalez threw out Bird at the plate trying to score on Aaron Judge's two-out single in the fifth. 'We had a shot,' Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. 'If Bird's safe maybe we really get to him in that inning.' Bird homered off Ken Giles with two outs in the ninth, and the closer struck out pinch-hitter Jacoby Ellsbury. Giles, who threw a season-high 37 pitches, escaped a two-out jam in the eighth by striking out Didi Gregorius. Greeted by MVP chants each time to the plate, Jose Altuve had three more hits and at 11 for 19 (.579) has the most hits in a team's first five postseason games since Seattle's Ichiro Suzuki in 2001. Houston is in the Championship Series for the first time since beating St. Louis in 2005. The Yankees, who overcame a 2-0 deficit to beat Cleveland in the Division Series, lost their sixth straight ALCS game since 2010. After the Astros totaled eight runs in the first innings of their four AL Division Series games, Japanese starter Tanaka kept the Astros hitless until Altuve's infield single rolled through the pitcher's legs in the fourth. Altuve swiped second before scoring on Correa's single. Gurriel followed with a two-out single, his 10th hit of the postseason. Bird singled to start the fifth and Matt Holliday, making his first appearance of the postseason, reached when Altuve dropped his slow bouncer to second for an error. Judge singled with two outs and Gonzalez, throwing with such force that he fell to the ground, made a 97 mph one-hop throw to catcher Brian McCann, who tagged the sliding Bird. 'That was their best moment in the game, (I needed) to stop the momentum,' Gonzalez said. 'All I was thinking was to go get the ball as fast as I could.' Primarily an infielder, Gonzalez had just two outfield assists in the regular season. He beat his hand into his glove three times in celebration after watching McCann make the tag. 'It's one of the best throws I've ever seen from an outfielder,' Correa said. Gonzalez threw out Boston's Mitch Moreland at the plate in the Division Series finale and is the first outfielder with assists in consecutive postseason games since Jim Rice in the 1986 World Series. He joined Lance Berkman as the only players in franchise history to have two outfield assists in one postseason. After controversially failing to challenge a call in Game 2 of the Division Series, Girardi didn't hesitate to ask for a review. 'We thought he was out,' he said. 'But God knows I'm not doing that again.' Luis Severino will make his third start of this postseason for the Yankees on Saturday. Severino yielded three runs and four hits in seven innings of a win in Game 4 of the ALDS to bounce back after allowing three runs and getting just one out in the wild-card game. For the Astros, Justin Verlander is scheduled to make his 18th playoff start on Saturday. Verlander got the win in Game 1 of the ALDS against the Red Sox and picked up win No. 2 of this postseason when he made his first career relief appearance in Game 4. He's 9-5 with a 3.36 ERA and 115 strikeouts in his postseason career. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 14th, 2017

Nash after season-ending loss: Si Kevin ang best player

After his rookie year as a head coach reached its bitter end, Nash Racela took one final shot at his opponents. Losing to defending champion Ginebra in Game 4 of the Governors' Cup semifinals Sunday, Racela's filter was already gone. He's done for the season anyway. 'Best player si Kevin, simple as that. Kevin Ferrer was the best player of the game,' Racela said on his exit interview following TNT's season-ending loss to the Gin Kings. Racela, of course, was talking about the incident in the first quarter involving the Ginebra rookie and Glen Rice Jr. that led to the ejection of the KaTropa import. For his part, Ferrer defended himself obviously, saying that he absolutely did not provoke Rice. 'Wala naman akong ginagawa. Syempre deny lang, bigla akong chinoke. Nagulat talaga ako. Di ko na alam,' he said. 'Nagulat talaga ako. Wala akong sinabi. Pisikal lang. Tingin ko yung larong Pinoy, di sya sanay dun,' Ferrer added. But back to Nash, Racela sent his regards to the barangay like only he can. It's the most insincere congratulations in the history of congratulations. 'I just want to congratulate Ginebra for being the more aggressive team tonight, because they got a lot of free throws again,' he said, once again pointing to the free throw story that marred the previous two games of this series, especially during Game 3. In Game 4, Ginebra shot 23-of-33 from the stripe compared to TNT's 15-of-16. 'It’s because, again, they were more aggressive than us, despite taking fifteen less two-point field goals. I’m sure that what coach Tim will say,' Racela added. For context, TNT was 30-of-62 from 2-point range and 10-of-37 from deep. The Gin Kings were 28-of-47 from 2-points and 12-of-32 from the outside. Finally, Racela, gave sort of an advice for the two teams that will compete for the Governors' Cup title starting next week. 'Going to the finals, I hope both teams should be aggressive – and that will dictate who will get more free throws,' he said.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 8th, 2017

Gin Kings out to finish off TNT

After coming out of a heated Game 3 with a big win, defending champion Brgy. Ginebra will look to finish off its Governors' Cup semifinal series with TNT as Game 4 rolls on this Sunday at the Big Dome. Taking an emotional 106-103 win Friday for a 2-1 lead in the best-of-5 series, the Gin Kings are one step away from arranging a Finals rematch against top-seed Meralco. Featuring a balanced attack, Ginebra narrowly escaped with the victory in Game 3, watching KaTropa import Glen Rice Jr. miss a game-tying three at the buzzer. Speaking of Rice Jr., he led a second-half uprising by TNT, as the no. 2 team of the season-ending joust erased a 13-point deficit to make things interesting in the end. Tip off is at 6:30 p.m. Sunday live from the Big Dome. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 7th, 2017

No pressure for Rice Jr. as TNT faces elimination

As far as Glen Rice Jr. is concerned, nothing has changed in TNT's playoff campaign. The KaTropa still need to win only one game to advance to the semifinals. The diffrence though is if TNT loses again, the team's season is over. Don't tell that to Rice Jr. 'No pressure. We're still in the same position that we were in today,' he said Wednesday after no. 2 TNT droppe a 102-106 decision to no. 7 Rain or Shine, forcing a sudden death on Friday. 'We gotta win one game. I think we fine. Coaches have to adjust a little bit but I think we're fine,' he added. Rice Jr. had an okay all-around outing against the Elasto Painters, finishing with 19 points, 10 rebounds, and six assists. The locals did their part two as Kelly Williams and Jayson Castro each broke the 20-point barrier. However, the second-generation star only shot 28.5 percent from the field, missing 20 attempts. Despite that, Rice Jr. chooses to take the positive. TNT did almost steal the victory despite falling behind by 20 in the fourth quarter. 'It's a good effort for us in the end game but thats not how we win games. We need to play hard,' he said. 'The good thing about this is we showed that we can beat them if we play like that for the whole game. We gotta play hard the whole game,' Rice added.   br /> --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 27th, 2017