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EDSA DAY READING LIST

By: Aina Cruz
To commemorate the 31st EDSA People Power Revolution anniversary, here’s a list of books related to the EDSA Revolution and Martial Law regime. Ther ...

MGA MUMUNTING ALAALA SA HARAP NG LA MESA

By: Mama Sita
Paborto kong ulam ang monggo, isang simple ngunit malasang pagkain lalo na kung sasahugan ng tinapa o chicharong baboy na lalong nagpapalasa sa luto ...

LOLO ISKO’S SPECIAL KILAWIN

By: Mama Sita
My Lolo Isko was a teenager when he started working at the kitchen of the Iloilo Plaza Hotel during the peace-time years of the 1900s, just before W ...

BATIL PATONG: TUGUEGARAO CITY’S PANCIT MASTERPIECE

By: Mama Sita
Our love story began over a plate of pancit. For our first date, Third, my husband, invited me to a local panciteria for a bite of Tuguegarao City’s ...

PAPA’S JAPANESE RICE

By: Mama Sita
I grew up thinking men were superior cooks to women. I realized this wasn’t the usual state of affairs when I visited my friends and noticed how the ...

EMERGENCY BAG ESSENTIALS BY JASON CHARLES AND THE AMERICAN PREPPERS

By: Jenny Javier
While most of us will breathe a sigh of relief at the first rainstorm signaling the transition of seasons from dry to wet, monsoon season comes with ...

A Fifty-Year Silence by Miranda Richmond Mouillot

By: Jenny Javier
How to describe this book? This is about the not-so-saccharine love story of Anna and Armand Jacoubovitch, the author’s grandparents. What could be ...

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