Ever find yourself craving something cheesy at the most random times of the day? These four snacks from Universal Robina Corporation (URC) can be your new go-to munchies to satisfy your cheesy cravings whenever, wherever.
Another round of a mischievous and quirky invasion is coming as McDonald’s introduces its all-new Minions-approved limited-edition Banana Caramel Shake and Garlic Cheddar McFlavor Fries!
There’s no better time to whip up your favorite choco treats than this summer. Beat the heat with this easy-peasy chocolate banana smoothie. It’s made more special with the rich chocolate goodness of Swiss Miss.
Even though the pandemic means kids must stay home to be safe, it doesn’t mean that they can’t have any fun! Now that parents are spending more time with their kids, it’s best to make the most out of the situation and foster a joyful and exciting atmosphere at home.
Nothing says “I love you” quite like a hearty and comforting meal with the ones special to you and Valentine’s Day just wouldn’t be the same without the enjoyment of delicious and delightful food.
The pandemic has made us busier than ever. With life happening from home, it is easy to get consumed with all the responsibilities and limitations we have to deal with.
Jollibee innovates with a new way to bring restaurant-quality food to Filipinos with an exciting and delicious new meal anyone can easily prepare at home. Presenting the New Jollibee Ready to Cook Garlic Pepper Marinated Chicken, a first from the Philippines’ top quick-service restaurant chain.
Piattos, C2, Nissin Cups, Cream-O, and other products of Universal Robina Corporation (URC) are now available in Shopee.
Throughout history, the world has used salt to preserve meat and make dishes tastier. It remains a valuable mineral and can be found in all cuisines. For instance, in the Philippines, the majority of delicacies are made richer with sodium-rich condiments or sawsawan (dips) like patis (fish sauce) and bagoong (fish paste).
There are a number of reasons why people love eggs – it’s easy to cook, versatile, and one of the cheapest and convenient protein sources. Filipinos have especially stocked up on this pantry staple amid the height of lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic.