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Luscious Flavours at the Damosa Food Fest

Disclaimer: This is the full feature on Edge Davao. It felt like I was in a country fair. It was that good that you’d feel you are in a place other than the place you are in. Spending time under the Davao night sky with friends at the Damosa Food Fest transports you in a realm that is both delicious and deliciously alive. In other words, … Continue reading Luscious Flavours at the Damosa Food Fest

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CACS DAVAO: Your Passport to Amazing Culinary Journey

Disclaimer: This is the full feature from The Royal Chef column on Edge Davao. Indeed, it is not easy to just follow your passion. It really does take more than just passion. When the opportunity presents itself, go ahead and take the plunge BUT remember, passion without timing, dedication and perseverance is nothing. Timing. A word that means so much for someone who aims a … Continue reading CACS DAVAO: Your Passport to Amazing Culinary Journey

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Majestic Dining at the Lubi Plantation

Disclaimer: This is the full feature from The Royal Chef column on Edge Davao. For the longest time, we have been accustomed to reasonably-priced meals in reasonably-called gastronomic places. Most often, the parallelism does not make sense – either it’s expensively priced for a mediocre tasting dish or we expected too much due to social media hype. So, what must a hungry foodie do? Travel … Continue reading Majestic Dining at the Lubi Plantation

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Sai-gone Your Way to Viet Cafe

Disclaimer: This is the full feature from The Royal Chef column on Edge Davao. Vietnam. Historical places and rice papers. Coffee and baguettes. Pho. Yes, that Vietnam. Looking back, Vietnam did me good. I have become more of a foodie, I’ve appreciated the many benefits of fresh coriander and the importance of a slice of lime on a hot bowl of Pho. Not to mention, … Continue reading Sai-gone Your Way to Viet Cafe

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Exploring Tulip Drive Food Strip

Disclaimer: This is the full feature from The Royal Chef column on Edge Davao. True, it’s not about ‘having’ time; it’s about ‘making’ time. Admittedly, I am not good at keeping a clean calendar and making appointments. At times, I appreciate taking the bullet and making things happen. Other times, I need to consult my calendar (that includes my phone calendar and my planner — … Continue reading Exploring Tulip Drive Food Strip

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Everyday Sundays at Sundays

Disclaimer: This is the full feature from The Royal Chef column on Edge Davao. For one, Sunday is all about having no definite plans, being at home and spending delicious time with the family. That’s the general notion of a Sunday. True, right? Well, in Davao, Sundays mean the same — although in Davao, it involves dining at the newest gastro place in the city. … Continue reading Everyday Sundays at Sundays

Toast to Delicious Davao

Disclaimer: This is the full feature from The Royal Chef column on Edge Davao. As we celebrate Araw ng Dabaw, it is but proper to mention the many different flavour combinations we’ve tasted all throughout the years. Bitter, sweet, sour, spicy – complex yet very intense flavours that we all love to crave and yearn for. From simple home cooked recipes to fusion dishes, Davao, … Continue reading Toast to Delicious Davao

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Veggies and Fruits Summer Recipes

Disclaimer: This is the full feature from The Royal Chef column on Edge Davao. One does not need the sun for summer to kick in – maybe to an extent, yes. Nonetheless, with the many sweet and savoury summer pantry staples available, it’s no wonder how any rainy day can be transformed into a sunny day under the sun. How is this possible? Again, keyword, … Continue reading Veggies and Fruits Summer Recipes