Showing posts from June, 2017

Filipino Favorite Dishes at Bagoong Club Davao

Bagoong Club Davao is one of the newly opened restaurants in Davao City that offers sumptuous Filipino favorites at affordable prices. Located in the University Avenue, facing Philippine Women's College in Juna Subdivion, Matina, Bagoong Club is an addition to the lively food scene that you can enjoy in the south part of the city. Bagoong Club is a chain of restaurants that originated in Luzon. Their branch here in Davao City is the first one outside Luzon. Our Gastronomic Journey A few weeks after its opening, my blogger friends and I went on a food feast at Bagoong Club. It was a night of good food and amazing conversations. We were able to sample some of their best-selling dishes on their menu. Here's the delectable dishes that we tried to give you some sort of a visual tour of what to expect when you dine at Bagoong Club. When you dine at Bagoong Club , you'll get a complimentary starter of fresh singkamas (turnip) slices and a bagoong d


The highly acclaimed Sports Tourism Forum will be conducted in Davao City on  July 25, 2017 . This was jointly announced by Davao City Sports Development and the City Tourism Offices together with Selrahco Management, the conference management outfit today. The one day forum is aimed at developing and preparing Davao to be a sports tourism destination appealing to a fast growing market. Topics to be presented include developing events as a tourism product; planning, staging and managing sports events with emphasis on sponsorship strategies and event marketing; evaluating present sports facilities and sports tourism products; interaction with LGU ( sports and tourism agencies); working with and seeking endorsements from national sports associations; spirit of volunteerism and some case studies. The distinguished panel of speakers include Ms Cynthia Carrion -  Chef de Mission  SEA Games 2017 and former Undersecretary of Sports Tourism, Department of Tourism, Ms Princess

A Salute to Filipino Culture and Cuisine at Café Marco

Marco Polo Davao is celebrating the country’s national day with a festive buffet of Filipino favorite dishes at Café Marco from June 12 to 17. A switch of roles between Executive Chef Alex Destriza and Restaurants, Bars and Events Manager Chel Yabut also brings an exciting feel for our Independence week celebration. Chef Chel who is also a food historian, blogger, recipe and culinary director will once again put on the toque and takes over the kitchen to bring authentic recipes from Southern Luzon to the Heart of Davao kitchen, and to your very plates. "Celebrating our country’s national day or Araw ng Kalayaan is very timely and important in our times today. Food is a representation of our freedom and culture as Filipino from where you can taste the influence of Spanish, American, Japanese and Southeast Asian countries. Filipino not becoming globally recognized to be truly appetizing and sumptuous," says General Manager Dottie Wurgler-Cronin. Guest c

M&S x Tobi Ang: On fatherhood, work & style

This Father's Day, 36 year-old Tobi Ang shares his insights about fatherhood and how he manages to balance his time for his family and work. He is a father of two young girls,  Daniella (2.5y.o.) and Natalia (10 months) and "father" and leader of The Angcore Motor Group, where he sits as vice-president and COO. “Tobi likes to cook. Steak is his specialty,” said Michelle. On Tobi: M&S Collection pure linen polo over slim fit shirt & pure cotton chino shorts. On Michelle: M&S Collection linen rich dress “My day always starts waking up and spending time with my girls. The girls, Michelle, my wife, and our two girls are early risers, so I get to spend some quality family time with them before heading to the office,” shares Tobi. We caught up with Tobi and his family in their lovely home. Over coffee, the young dad shared how he manages his time between being a dad, husband, and a businessman. And since we can confidently say he is one of Davao