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Salmon, malikot

Salmon, malikot

BY KIM ATIENZA Salmon is a preferred fish in the upscale market. With its surplus of fats, it is rich in Omega 3 oil and is considered among the healthiest foods to eat. But, did you know how hard it is to catch salmon? They live in the ocean deep and are considered good, fast […]

Good news for tourists: Baguio ditches swab test

BY ALEXANDRIA SAN JUAN Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong announced Wednesday that swab tests are no longer required in the Summer Capital unless mandated by the tourist’s accommodation establishments or public transport providers. The amended Executive Order (EO) No. 21 signed by Magalong indicates that other travel requirements have also been dropped by the local […]

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Boracay, El Nido beaches among Asia’s best

BY ALEXANDRIA SAN JUAN The world-famous White Beach of Boracay and Nacpan Beach in El Nido, Palawan have been recognized as among Asia’s best beaches based on the rankings of TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice 2021. Boracay’s White Beach ranked 12th while El Nido’s Nacpan Beach landed on the 18th spot on the travel website’s latest list […]

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Jurassic means park

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Jurassic means park

BY KIM ATIENZA  The word “Jurassic,” which we often associate with dinosaurs, courtesy of that successful movie franchise, comes from the Celtic word for “forest.” The movie really means forest park. Locally, Jurassic is associated with being ancient, or too old. Where can we find the oldest people in the world? Many had been found […]

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Food bits

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Food bits

BY KIM ATIENZA Bamboo cooking is popular among certain tribes in Mindanao, particularly the talainged from Davao del Norte. The process is called Lo-to by natives. Bamboo is used in place of pots and pans in upland areas where they are not available. Dayok is the salted innards of danggit fish. Fishwives preserve the intestines […]

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Abandoned dogs saved from euthanasia in Pangasinan

BY LIEZLE BASA INIGO ASINGAN, Pangasinan – Almost a hundred stray dogs and cats were adopted by Pangasinenses to save them for euthanasia or mercy killing. Jaya Uy, a volunteer for the Red Cubs Pet Patrol, that since last year, the group, a non-governmental organization, has been rescuing dogs abandoned by their former owners. “The […]

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