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Filipina Book Writers: What is Your Child Reading?

What is your child reading? Three Filipina book writers says it’s time to engage children with fairy tales and adventures in the Philippine setting. Instead of foreign characters, why not local characters who can inspire children to learn about Filipino values. Why shouldn’t the setting be in our home country? Why (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (12) Meet Two Monkeys Travel

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You can decide to quit your job and just travel. Seriously? Well, the monkeys did it—that’s our Pinay, Kach Mu, and her sweetheart, Jonathan Howe. They call themselves “The Little Brown Monkey” and “The Old White Monkey,” the latter was born in England but spent much of his childhood in Kenya and (more…)Read More

Kickboxing: I Say Yes to Pain and Gain

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“This is not Lala land.” These are words that reverberate in my head whenever I walk alone. My boyfriend used to tell me this almost every day—a constant reminder that I need to be extra careful all the time. I get it and I dare not to argue about it. I’m (more…)Read More

7 Sparkling Tips to Start Your New Year

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Hey, 2015 just called. He’s excited to meet the fabulous new you. He said it’s going to be an exciting and fruitful year filled with love and abundance. But, how do you prepare for your date with 2015? Here are seven get-fabulous tips for the New Year. Tip 1: Be (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (11) Meet Bride and Breakfast

Janna Simpao is perpetually in love. She is in love with her husband, Ian, and her three-year-old boy Matti. She is in love with bridal gowns and just about anything on weddings. So, it is no coincidence that she started two blogs, Bride and Breakfast in 2010 and Baby and (more…)Read More

Traditions I Keep on Christmas Holidays

I live in Bronx, New York. This is now my home and where I will spend my Christmas holiday. This time of the year, I get homesick. As I get older, I get more nostalgic. I left California when I was 22 years old, and this year I’ll be 28 years (more…)Read More

Check It Out: Christmas Gifts We’d Like to Give

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In the Philippines and elsewhere, buying Christmas gifts can be as stressful as preparing the family holiday gathering. What should I give mom, dad, or hubby? Will he like it or not? What about those toys for the kids? What’s hot? So, we, at Pinay.com, thought we would move the conversation forward and (more…)Read More

Pinay Cook Book: Lori’s Apple Crisp

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This recipe is part of the conversation we had with Lori Baltazar, author and blogger, of “Dessert Comes First.” Read about her in our Blog Count series. Lori’s Apple Crisp Apple Crisp, crumbly with streusel, sour cream tang Yield: one 11 x 2 oval ceramic baking dish, one 9½ x 2 (more…)Read More

She Can’t Cook But She Reviews Restaurants

“Why don’t you write a column” my friend, said Maggie Silvestre, executive editor of  Cook Magazine. She wanted a column about starter restaurants in the BF area, a gated village in Paranaque, in the southern part of Metro Manila. Thus my column, Southern Bell, was born. Maggie knows I can’t (more…)Read More

Pinay Cook Book: Raspberry Blizzard Jewel Cookies

I like to bake up large batches of assorted Christmas cookies. I share them at Christmas cookie swaps or give these as a gifts to my family, friends, coworkers and neighbors. When I was young, my mom and I would bake christmas cookies, some of them had elaborate sugar and frosting decor, and (more…)Read More

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