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Listed Season 2: Lasagna For Vegetarians? This, And More At Pipino Vegetarian Food By Pino!

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Category: lifestyleSource: abscbn abscbnJan 12th, 2018

Listed Season 1: Exploring More Of Tsinoy Food And Culture In Binondo

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 23rd, 2017

Listed Season 1: Exploring More Of Tsinoy Food And Culture In Binondo

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 21st, 2017

Food Prints With Sandy Daza Season 3: How To Prepare (Legit) Pako Salad

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

Food Prints With Sandy Daza Season 3: Sink Your Teeth In Palawan s Mollusk Specialty Or Tamilok!

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 10th, 2018

Listed Season 2: Discover The Magic Of Fitting Into Your Wedding Gown At Mi Suedo Bridal Boutique

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 10th, 2018

Kobe Paras upbeat about the Gilas Pilipinas 2023 squad he ll eventually lead

If you ask Filipino forward Kobe Paras to describe what all the early developments for the Gilas Pilipinas squad for the 2023 FIBA World Cup make him feel, you'll get one word: Happy. Paras, who was one of the more prominent names among 23 young players listed by the Philippine national basketball team head coach Chot Reyes to be part of the early training pool, expressed his approval of the group of guys, even if some are visibly left off of the list because of their commitment to other squads. "I’m happy with the group of guys. I know there are a lot of guys that aren’t on the list," Paras said in an interview with Steve Angeles of ABS-CBN News North America during the Los Angeles Clippers' Filipino Heritage Night. "It makes sense if they’re not on the list because of their teams or whatever rules but I’m happy with it."  One player who fit that bill was De La Salle University's flashy forward Ricci Rivero, who was left off the list after his school urged its players to focus on their rebuild next UAAP season. Even then, the 6'6" Paras, who's more or less baptized by Coach Chot to be destined to be the face of the nationa team sounded both honored and excited about his inclusion to the squad, who'll represent the Filipino tricolor five years from now, as the Philippines co-hosts the international basketball meet with Indonesia and Japan. "I’m happy that coach picked me as well. I love representing my country so I’m just really happy that he chose me for that," said the U.S.-based Paras. "I saw the other day they practiced." Aside from local, homegrown talents included in the "#23for23" pool like Thirdy Ravena, CJ Perez, Robert Bolick, and Isaac Go, a couple of Filipino-Americans also made the list. Remy Martin, a rookie point guard for the Arizona State Sun Devils, and Dwight Ramos from the California State-Fullerton Titans, were names present in the preliminary pool. As a fellow Pinoy cager in a foreign land, Kobe is nothing but eager to meet, and eventually play his contemporaries. "I haven’t talked to Remy [Martin] or what’s his name from Fullerton...Dwight [Ramos]," Kobe said. "I think I’m going to play him too. I gotta talk to Dwight but I’ve seen Remy play. I need to talk to them though. Because we’re representing L.A. and the Philippines so it’s going to be cool."  Here's the full video interview of Kobe Paras:  .@_kokoparas enjoyed being at .@LAClippers Filipino Heritage Night and he also expressed his happiness about being on SBP #23for23 He hopes to also speak to .@3wight and .@1Remy_Martin1 soon 🇵🇭🏀🌊 .@abscbnsports .@ABSCBNNewsSport .@ABSCBNNews pic.twitter.com/e8GcUq1Luf — Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) January 9, 2018.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 9th, 2018

Food Prints With Sandy Daza Season 3: Enjoying Homemade Cheese At Aloha House!

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 9th, 2018

Listed Season 2: What Travelers And Arts & Crafts Makers Love About The Cornerstone Pottery Farm

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 9th, 2018

Listed Season 2: Onto A More Mature Hang At The Malt Room

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 7th, 2018

Food Prints With Sandy Daza Season 3: Yes, There s More Than One Type Of Bagnet!

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 7th, 2018

Food Prints With Sandy Daza Season 3: Lovin Ilocano s Best At Rufino s Fine Cuisine And Catering!

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 5th, 2018

Listed Season 2: Trinkets Turned Treasures At Resurrection Furniture And Found Objects Gallery

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Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 5th, 2018

Eating healthy in 2018: Take a close look at the labels

The gluten-free and vegan trend is expected to grow in 2018, following in the wake of the boom in organic products, elimination diets and vegetarianism. These new products are tempting, but they're not necessarily good for your health, and can lead to an unbalanced diet. If you regularly buy products labelled "gluten-free" or "vegan" under the pretext of eating "healthily," you could actually be putting your health at risk. An increasing number of people have adopted vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free or vegan diets, without being aware of the nutritional guidelines to avoid vitamin or protein deficiency. To avoid falling into the processed "healthy" food trap, pay attentio...Keep on reading: Eating healthy in 2018: Take a close look at the labels.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 31st, 2017

5 questions ahead of the NBA s 2017 Christmas Day games

It's already December 25 in the Philippines, but that's still a few hours away in the United States, meaning we have to wait before holiday's best tradition will take place: the NBA's annual slate of Christmas Day games. This year's batch of games sees the 76ers head to MSG to play the Knicks, the Cavaliers go to the Bay to face the Warriors in an NBA Finals rematch, the Wizards tackle the Celtics in an Eastern Conference semis redux, the Rockets battle the Thunder, also a 2017 postseason rematch, and the Timberwolves face off versus the Lakers. While you're unwrapping gifts and munching on Noche Buena leftovers, here are five questions to ponder: 1. Will the injury bug play Grinch to this set of holiday games? The Golden State Warriors officially ruled out Stephen Curry from playing. The LA Lakers just announced that Lonzo Ball is sidelined. Chris Paul is a question mark, while fingers are crossed that Joel Embiid and Kristaps Porzingis will be able to go long when they face off. Injury report for tomorrow's game vs. Cleveland: Shaun Livingston (sore right knee), Kevon Looney (gluteal strain) & Zaza Pachulia (left shoulder soreness) are probable. Stephen Curry (sprained right ankle) is out. — Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) December 25, 2017 Hurt superstars are definitely the coal in an NBA fan's stocking, but let's hope that despite the absence of some of the bigger names, the games will still be able to provide plenty of entertainment. Bonus question: We may not get Curry vs. LeBron this Christmas, but how great of a consolation gift is Durant vs. LeBron? 2. Who will be the Christmas unicorn? Kristaps Porzingis is of course, the OG unicorn, having the tag bestowed upon him by Kevin Durant. The nickname refers to the mythical convergence of height, ball-handling, skill, and three-point shooting, all of which, Porzingis possesses. He's not alone though, as the 76ers' Joel Embiid has all of that in spades too, it's just that, seeing him on court has been more rare, due to an assortment of injuries that have held him back. Imagine, I suppose, if My Little Ponies could draw DNPs. When Porzingis' Knicks and and Embiid's 76ers collide, all eyes will be on the two, as they will inevitably go head-to-head against each other. As of writing, the Knicks are in the eighth seed in the East, while a 1-9 stretch in their last 10 games has the 76ers on the outside looking in at 10th place, three back of the Knicks. Therefore, it's not just pride at stake here; the East is wide open and every game will matter, as both squads harbor postseason dreams. Bonus question: Will 76ers rookie point guard Ben Simmons wind up stealing the show? 3. Who will triumph in the Wall vs. Irving point guard duel? After some strong starts to the season, the Boston Celtics and the Washington Wizards, the two squads most picked to be potential spoilers to the Cleveland Cavaliers' march to yet another Finals, are going through some rough patches. The Celtics of course, lost Gordon Hayward and started 0-2, but eventually righted the ship through tough defense, only to finish just 5-5 in their latest stretch (though they're still #1 in the conference). Meanwhile, injuries to John Wall and some of their role players have really prevented the Wizards from taking off. They're 18-15, and occupy the seventh spot in the East right now. If someone's going to take charge for either side in this Christmas duel, it'll be each side's respective point guards. Kyrie Irving has embraced being the man for the green and white, while John Wall is an established superstar in the Chocolate City. A Christmas day win for either team could be the foundation for a lengthy run of wins if they can maintain momentum. Bonus question: Who will be the better Morris twin - Boston's Marcus or Washington's Markieff? 4. Which nu-super team will do the most damage, the Rockets or the Thunder? The two most aggressive teams this offseason in revamping their roster to take on the defending champs were without a doubt, the Houston Rockets and the Oklahoma City Thunder. H-Town added Chris Paul and a bevy of long-limbed, rangy defenders who can nail open three's, while OKC formed their version of a big three by trading for Paul George and Carmelo Anthony. The early returns have looked better for the Rox than the Thunder. Even with Paul sidelined, the team was able to shoot to the top of the West standings, and looked even better when CP3 was healthy alongside the Beard, James Harden. On the other hand, it's been an on-going adjustment for reigning MVP Russell Westbrook to integrate the two other established stars. Their defense has been on-point, but their offense is prone to long, fatal droughts. Chris Paul has been listed as doubtful for this one (among several other Houston players), so we may not get the full experience, but this Western Conference Playoffs rematch from last season should still be interesting, even if it's just in an offense versus defense kind of way. Bonus question: Better odds of happening in this game, Harden scores 50+ for a third straight game or Westbrook adds another triple-double to his season tally? 5. Can Kyle Kuzma carry the Lakers? One can make a pretty convincing argument that Kyle Kuzma should be the Rookie of the Year. Despite not being a lottery pick, Kuz has had a major impact on the court, his scoring prowess adding quite the punch to a Lakers team that needs some (okay, a lot). Originally, this question was going to involve Lonzo Ball too, but with the Lakers announcing that his shoulder will keep him out of this game and the rest of the week, this could be a rare opportunity for Kuzma to steal the LA spotlight. Doubly so if Brandon Ingram remains sidelined too. Sure, he'll likely need to contend with the Timberwolves placing super-stopper Jimmy Butler on him, but wouldn't that be a fun duel to watch? Bonus question: How bummed are you that we won't be having LaVar Ball Christmas shenanigans with Lonzo out? The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or ABS-CBN Sports......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 25th, 2017

Preen Gift Guide: Get Sentimental with Presents Inspired by Movies

Having trouble with your gift list for the holidays? Ourweekly gift guide serieswill help you figure out what you can get your loved ones this coming season. From food to fashion and beauty, we'll be covering all possible areas to make sure you have the best options to choose from. We will be posting gift guides every week till Christmas comes around so keep checking back for more! Every holiday season, we want to give gifts that has some sentimental value, especially for those who matter to us the most. This Christmas, we are all pretty much excused to be extra cheesy, so why not go for the home run and get your friends and family gifts that will remind them of a movie they reall...Keep on reading: Preen Gift Guide: Get Sentimental with Presents Inspired by Movies.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 23rd, 2017

Career night by Rivers leads Clippers over Rockets 128-118

HOUSTON — Austin Rivers scored a career-high 36 points with six 3-pointers, and the short-handed Los Angeles Clippers withstood James Harden's second straight 51-point performance to beat the Houston Rockets 128-118 on Friday night. The Rockets, who had a 14-game winning streak snapped by the Lakers on Wednesday, lost consecutive games for just the second time this season and the first since Oct. 28 and 30. Rivers made a 3-pointer with just under three minutes to play that pushed the lead to 117-111. Ryan Anderson made two free throws for Houston before C.J. Williams added a layup for the Clippers. Former Rocket Lou Williams, who had 32 points off the bench, then made his fourth 3-pointer of the quarter after that to make it 122-113 before a turnover by Harden spurred coach Mike D'Antoni to call a timeout. Rivers made another 3-pointer after the timeout and Harden made a layup before fouling out a few seconds later. He received a technical for arguing about the call and was ejected from the game. It was Harden's third 50-point game this season. This game lacked much of the intrigue it could have had with Chris Paul sitting out in the first meeting with his former team because of a groin injury. The nine-time All-Star spent the last six seasons with the Clippers before a blockbuster trade brought him to the Rockets this summer. Patrick Beverley, who was the highest-profile Rocket involved in the trade, also missed the game while recovering from knee surgery. The Rockets were without two starters, with center Clint Capela missing a second straight game because of a bruised left heel. The Clippers have been dealing with injuries all season after losing Beverley for the season in November and playing without All-Star Blake Griffin for the last 12 games because of a knee injury. The Clippers, who trailed by as many as 15 points in the first half, were up by nine after a dunk by Sam Dekker with about seven minutes remaining. Harden led Houston with five points during a 10-3 run to cut the lead to 108-106 with about 4 1/2 minutes left. Los Angeles led by two entering the fourth quarter, and Lou Williams made three 3-pointers in just over a minute to power a 9-2 run that 101-93 with about eight minutes left. Houston led by 12 early in the third quarter before the Clippers used a 10-2 run, with the last five points from Rivers, to cut the lead to 71-67 with 8 1/2 minutes left in the quarter. Eric Gordon made a 3-pointer after that before Los Angeles made the next seven points. Rivers led the team in that span, too, scoring the last five points to tie it at 74 with about five minutes left in the third. Houston had the next six points before the Clippers used a 10-2 spurt, capped by consecutive 3s from Williams to take their first lead of the game, 84-82. Harden made all of his free throws after being fouled on a 3-pointer to put Houston back out front, but C.J. Williams added a 3 for the Clippers at the buzzer to leave them up 87-85 entering the fourth quarter. Houston led 65-52 at halftime after Harden made a 3-pointer at the buzzer. TIP-INS Clippers: DeAndre Jordan had 15 points, 20 rebounds and two blocks. ... The Clippers made 18 of 42 3-pointers. Rockets: Gordon added 28 points and made six 3-pointers. ... Paul is listed as day to day and the team doesn't think the injury is serious. This injury comes after he missed 14 games early this season with a knee injury. ... Nene started in place of Capela and had three points and two rebounds. UP NEXT Clippers: Visit Memphis on Saturday. Rockets: Visit Oklahoma City on Monday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 23rd, 2017

DOH-6: Maintain balanced diet during the holidays

By: Leonard T. Pineda I Amid the numerous Yuletide parties, the Department of Health (DOH)-6 encouraged the public to maintain a healthy and balanced diet during the holidays. Dr. Elvie Villalobos, DOH-6 Cluster Head of Infectious Disease and Environmental and Occupational Health, said people can still enjoy food during the holiday season but they just need […] The post DOH-6: Maintain balanced diet during the holidays appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsDec 22nd, 2017

How much food is in our moods?

In a span of at least two weeks this season, our bodies will be infused with all sorts of foods that are associated with what “festive” means. There will be all sorts of sweets, meats and concoctions that will gastronomically mark the season. They are supposed to up the ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 21st, 2017

4 simple tips on how to avoid burnout this holiday season

While the holidays can be full of festive fun, it can also be a time of stress for many of us who feel pressure to make Christmas Day a success. Add to this too much food, too much alcohol, and too much time with family members, and December can lead to some feeling burnt out. Here we round up some expert tips on how to reduce stress and maintain healthy habits throughout the festive season so you can enjoy your holidays to the fullest. Plan ahead Thinking how you would like the holidays to be and what kinds of activities are best done in smaller or larger groups can help you plan a more stress-free Christmas says Baylor College of Medicine's Dr. Karen Lawson. If there are d...Keep on reading: 4 simple tips on how to avoid burnout this holiday season.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 17th, 2017

Inter s unbeaten start ends with 3-1 defeat to Udinese

By Daniella Matar, Associated Press MILAN (AP) — Inter Milan's unbeaten start to the season was brought to an unlikely end Saturday as the Nerazzurri were defeated 3-1 at home by Udinese and went on to lose top spot in Serie A. Inter captain Mauro Icardi had canceled out Kevin Lasagna's opener but Udinese put in an impressive second-half performance and took the lead through Rodrigo De Paul's penalty before Antonin Barak sealed the result. Napoli moved two points above Inter and back into the lead after winning 3-1 at Torino, with Marek Hamsik matching Diego Maradona's scoring record. "We're obviously disappointed to have lost," Inter coach Luciano Spalletti said. "Maybe it hurts a bit more because it's been a bit of time since our last defeat and we're not used to it anymore. "It's nothing to do with tiredness. The players seemed physically fine to me even in the second half when we made a lot of mistakes. The difference was we played the ball badly in the second half and made a lot of silly mistakes." Udinese moved 10 points clear of the relegation zone as its revival under new coach Massimo Oddo continued. Oddo has won three league matches after losing to Napoli in his opening game. "What has changed since my arrival? No one has a magic wand. We do our work but then it's the lads who go out onto the pitch," Oddo said. "There's still a lot of work to do but we are taking giant steps. "This team never gives up and always gives everything ... I think that winning at San Siro against Inter, which was first and unbeaten, is more due to how good my team was and not that Inter played badly." Udinese took the lead in the 14th minute when Silvan Widmer cut inside from the right, dribbled in the area and rolled the ball across for Lasagna to tap in. However, Inter was back on level terms within a minute as Icardi volleyed home Antonio Candreva's cross. Inter dominated the rest of the first half and came close to taking the lead on several occasions but Oddo turned things around at the break, and it was Udinese which was stronger in the second period. The visitors almost took the lead immediately after the restart but Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic somehow managed to deflect Lasagna's effort over the bar from point-blank range. Icardi also came close to doubling his tally but he headed a corner over the bar. Minutes later Udinese was awarded a penalty for handball — after video review showed the ball had not crossed the line before Widmer's cross was handled by Davide Santon. De Paul sent his spot-kick straight down the middle to give Udinese the lead in the 61st. Milan Skriniar almost leveled shortly after but his header came off the bar. Udinese wrapped up all three points 13 minutes from time when Barak finished off a brilliant counterattack by heading in Jakub Jankto's cross. ___ HAMSIK RECORD Marek Hamsik matched Diego Maradona's all-time record of 115 goals for Napoli. Hamsik reached that tally after 30 minutes on Saturday, scoring the third goal in Napoli's 3-1 win at Torino. Dries Mertens controlled the ball in the area and picked out Hamsik, who volleyed into to top right corner. It has taken the Slovenia midfielder 11 seasons and 477 appearances to reach that tally, while Maradona, who was a forward, set that mark in 259 games in seven seasons with Napoli. Kalidou Koulibaly had headed Napoli into the lead in the fourth minute and Piotr Zielinski doubled the visitors' tally in the 25th. Andrea Belotti netted a consolation for Torino shortly after the hour mark. ___ LAST-GASP WIN Federico Fazio scored a stoppage-time goal to help fourth-place Roma beat Cagliari 1-0 and remain four points behind Napoli. The Argentine knew little about the goal, however, as Cagliari goalkeeper Alessio Cragno attempted to punch clear a free kick and it ricocheted off Fazio's stomach and into the back of the net. Cragno had earlier saved Diego Perotti's weak penalty after the goalkeeper had fouled Edin Dzeko. Video review was used on both incidents......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 17th, 2017