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‘Style Bites’premieres on Lifestyle Network

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Lifestyle Network has launched an all-new series on food and fashion, called “Style Bites.”

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British TV chef Nigella Lawson faces drugs probe

British TV chef Nigella Lawson AFP FILE PHOTO

British police are reviewing evidence that celebrity chef Nigella Lawson took cocaine, they said on Sunday.

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Delectable twists for the Christmas feast

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ONGSIAKO. Memorable culinary creations.

Chef Monchot Ongsiako has been very busy. He has worked for the Makati Shangri-La Hotel and Via Mare, contributed to cookbooks (“The Hidalgo Cookbook,” “Cooking for the Filipino Chef”) and is a consultant at the Family Life and Wellness Institute of De La Salle University.

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Yoko Ono recounts own hunger during war in Japan

Yoko Ono speaks during a campaign to fight childhood hunger around the world, in Tokyo Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013. The 80-year-old widow of John Lennon said that she believes he would be happy to see his song "Imagine" used by WhyHunger and Hard Rock to raise support for their child nutrition and sustainable farming efforts in 22 countries. AP/Koji Sasahara

Yoko Ono says her own bitter experience in Japan during World War II inspired her to support WhyHunger’s “Imagine There’s No Hunger” campaign to fight childhood hunger around the world.

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San Diego FilAmFest set for Oct. 5

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Filipino American Arts & Culture Festival or FilAmFest, a one-day event showcasing the history, culture and talent of the Filipino American community, will take place on Saturday, October 5, on Paradise Valley Road between Woodman Street and Gilmartin Road in San Diego, Myx TV, a FilAmFest partner announced.

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3 divas cook up a culinary and musical smorgasbord

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VELASQUEZ. Has a knack for making her guests feel at home.

Regine Velasquez’s cooking show, “Sarap Divas,” (Saturday mornings, GMA 7) had a particularly interesting telecast recently, with guests Dulce and Jamie Rivera reminiscing about the time when they were invited to fly to New York City to audition for “Miss Saigon.”

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Flavorful options

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Filipinos love to garnish their cooking with sugar and artificial flavors. A foreigner who’s aware of the negative effects of white sugar said, “I’m amazed that you put processed sugar even in spaghetti! And you use all sorts of mixed powders.”

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Inventive Pinoy dishes

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RELOJ (right), with Jael and Vic Wenceslao. Mandy Navasero

Andres Bonifacio, the Father of the Philippine Revolution, was brave and uncompromising. The same traits are found in the exciting cuisine offered by Café de Bonifacio, which is noted for its nationalistic motif and casual ambience. It’s located on the fifth floor of The Podium.

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Improve your eating habits

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Concerned about her heft and weight, a 6’ tall teenager exercised and dropped to 104 lbs after shedding 46 lbs. In another situation, the weight of a 12-year-old girl dropped even as she grew four inches taller. And, a depressed girl has become obese due to overeating.

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Genre-busting “The Kitchen Musical” now on Myx TV menu

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A musical drama, “The Kitchen Musical,” where food and chart-topping music are “deliciously” combined, is premiering on Myx TV on June 24 and airing Mondays at 8/7c.

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Marvin Agustin on his love for cooking

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Actor-restaurateur Marvin Agustin on his love for cooking: “While growing up, I would always see my parents cooking in the kitchen. It was something they enjoyed doing together.

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Juana Change your eating habits?

Mae Paner (Juana Change) on losing weight and eating right: “I’m a good cook. I love to entertain at home. When I started trying to lose weight, I gave up pork and beef and started eating only chicken and fish. I also cut down on rice. I used to hate vegetables. Growing up, I thought vegetables were pagkain ng katulong (food for helpers) because they were always available in our kitchen and the help really liked them. ’Yun pala, gulay ang tunay na pagkaing pang-mayaman.

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