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Shakey's Japan released a "mojos" recipe so people can cook at home during quarantine.
Anyone who orders from Shakey's almost always orders the famous mojos (potato slices), too.  Since dining out isn't an option because all Metro Manila Shakey's branches are temporarily closed because of the quarantine, the next best thing you can do is to recreate your faves with food hacks!But ...
 
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Corned beef, let us count the ways.
You know, just because you're surviving on canned goods doesn't mean you should eat like you're eating canned goods. Corned beef fan? You don't have to content yourself with putting corned beef over rice or corned beef over toast every day until you're finally ...
 
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You can count on these stores for topnotch beef.
Say “steak” and what comes to mind might be candlelit dinners in fancy restaurants, but you can absolutely cook up great steak in your own kitchen. Steak, however, is one of those foods where the results will depend heavily on the quality ...
 
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It's the most essential part of any home cook's arsenal
Cutting ingredients with a lackluster knife is not only difficult, it's also dangerous. As any professional chef will tell you, a blunt, slippery blade is more likely to send you to A&E than a sharp one. What’s more, watching a grown man ...
 
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Yes, your kitchen could use this.
The most coveted item to drop this week is not an Adidas collab sneaker, nor an Apple TV+ subscription, but a dutch oven. Yes, a dutch oven. The one in question comes from, who else, Le Creuset, and it is modeled in ...
 
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At a recent Snake River Farms event, acclaimed Chef Carlo Miguel dished out a few reminders on how to cook the perfect steak.
A steak meal is often celebratory. A promotion, a proposal, a birthday, or whatever other important milestone usually culminates at a restaurant, the shiniest slab of beef at the center of the table. The image of steak has always been associated with ...
 
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It’s time to man up and fry that chicken to golden perfection
For many, frying isn’t a walk in the park. Whether it’s for chicken, tilapia, or tortang talong, frying has always had a troublesome reputation among amateur cooks because of the health and safety hazards it poses. There’s truth to all that—if you ...
 
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Parilla La Cabrera Manila’s executive chef Agustin Figueroa shows us the basic of grilling a steak.
Parilla La Cabrera, the Argentine steak restaurant of EDSA Shangri-La, wants to teach us how to grill steak the right way, but its owners signed non-disclosure agreements that prevent them from divulging their secrets. So owners and steak lovers Carlo Calma Lorenzana and Bobby Tenchavez figured ...
 
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Fancy noodles with just a few simple twists.
As much as we'd love to cook or enjoy the services of a gourmet restaurants every day, we can't. There are days we'll always go back to the easy ways of "just add water" meals.This is just reality.We won't blame you for this instant ...
 
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No TV dinner should get in between man and his microwave.
Admit it: Just like any loving affair, your relationship with the microwave has had its ups and downs, yet you still consider it as one of the most important anchors in your life. You can live without it, but you choose not ...
 
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Stop embarrassing yourself.
We always trust Jamie Oliver when it comes to cooking advice, even if he did destroy all of our childhoods with his tyrannical campaign against radioactive Turkey Twizzlers.That's why we tasked the chef with giving us his top cooking hacks and sins, ...
 
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Yes, you can.
It's only item you need to survive another world war, a natural calamity, or your mother’s outrage. Canned goods are unquestionably one of man’s greatest inventions. They’ve saved mankind time, effort, and even cash, and have been the long-distance traveler's best friend since 1813. We know ...
 
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We prove that you can cook practically anything in it.
If there’s one appliance that deserves all glory, honor, and praise on your kitchen counter, it’s the toaster oven. Nothing is as powerful, as versatile, as generous as this lean, mean, cooking machine. It’s the only thing you need, really, to make ...
 
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Justin Yenko is out to make the PH even hotter.
Tipple and Slaw’s Justin Yenko is in pursuit of creating the hottest and best-tasting sauce for your meal. It may sound ambitious, but already the self-proclaimed "chillihead" is on track with his suite of award-winning Bad Boy Tikboy and Garapal hot sauces.“I ...
 
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How to keep your avocado fresh, poach perfect eggs and more
Whether you're a culinary novice or a kitchen genius, every now and then you hear a cooking trick from someone that blows your mind a little. Whether it will help you finally master the perfect poached egg or balance the flavors in ...
 
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At least according to this Michelin-starred chef.
Daniel Patterson, Michelin-starred and James Beard-awarded chef at Coi in San Francisco, came up with a revolutionary way to scramble an agg. (You'd think everyone had tried everything with eggs, but apparently our imaginations took a few years off.) Inspired by frustrations ...
 
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World-renowned pastry chef Nick Malgiere shows us how to bake for a manly brownie.
Baking teacher and author Nick Malgieri has already written a dozen baking books—and surely there was no need for another brownie recipe. But this one came by way of serendipity.Malgieri was making his popular fudgy brownies for a friend’s party, increasing the proportions ...
 
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Start oiling up the grill.
When Gordon Ramsay says "add a dash of olive oil," what he actually means is: add a genuinely dangerous amount of olive oil. Anyone who's ever lost themselves for three starving hours to his YouTube recipe videos will tell you that. The ...
 
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New York’s Eleven Madison Park was voted the best restaurant in the world, making Daniel Humm the greatest chef currently cooking in any kitchen.
It had been snowing all night. The road down the mountain snaked through an icing of whiteness. Daniel Humm, the young chef whose cooking had brought a Michelin star to this patch of the Swiss Alps, had crawled into bed around three ...
 
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What was wrong with the humble scramble?
Just when you thought you'd finally mastered the various ways to cook the perfect egg (thanks to us), this happens.Apparently it's time to wave goodbye to the classic scrambled/poached/fried thing you've had going on, and make way for the new monstrous cooking ...
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