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Philippine Daily Inquirer's food writer takes us on a personal journey of how food occupies our memory, teases our imagination, and splashes color into our history.
In a time when every aspiring food blogger and their mother has internalized a need to broadcast in great detail the minutiae of their lives online, Clinton Palanca's latest book, The Gullet: Dispatches on Philippine Food, slices through the veneer of faddish eating and checklist tourism to say, "Bite ...
 
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Author F.H. Batacan talks about how it began more than one decade ago. Here, she chats with Kara Ortiga about why human beings are a scary species, what to expect from her next novel, and her true passion for classical guitar.
As readers eagerly await the film adaptation of the critically acclaimed crime novel Smaller and Smaller Circles, author F.H. Batacan talks about how it began more than one decade ago. Here, she chats with Kara Ortiga about why human beings are a ...
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