Calling all soup Lovers! This workshop is complimentary. All you have to do is book your slot at 8905003 or at 0917-8405441. See you there!

Rustan's
and Cuisinart invite you to an exclusive lifestyle workshop entitled "Soup Du Jour" with special guest Chef Him Uy de Baron. Experience how easy it is to create your favorite soups with a special segment on pairing to create simple healthy meals.

See you on June 15 at 3PM at the 3rd Floor, Home Area, Rustan's Shangri-la. Great offers await!


For those who were not able to attend the "Soup Du Jour" workshop in Makati, you are invited to attend this one. See you there!
COFFEE BEAN AND TEA LEAF:A Coffee Haven





 




 


Find us on Look and Feel Great Expo on June 30 and July 1 at Booth # 89 near the activity area of Megatrade Hall 2 SM Megamall - A Health, Beauty and Wellness Show  Like No Other !

Shopinas.com is a one-of-a-kind online shopping website tailor-fit for Filipinos here and across the globe. Connecting sellers and shoppers, Shopinas.com provides a fun, convenient, and secure online marketplace where anyone can buy and sell a gamut of wares: from shoes, bags, accessories, personal care products for Beauty and Wellness to the latest gadgets.
Shopinas.com has the Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) Online Trust Seal. Sellers and shoppers need not worry of fraudulent transactions or scams since Shopinas.com had integrated solutions to protect the sellers and shoppers alike. 
Shopinas has a dedicated customer service and secured web page http://www.shopinas.com/ Don't mistaken us with the site with two (2) p's.

Shoppers can pay via all major credit cards, Bancnet ATM cards, Paypal, e-Gift Certificates.
Shopinas.com guarantee to both merchants and buyers a secure payment gateway, a reliable and efficient logistic solutions within the ease of a user-friendly interface.

"The SHOPINAS edge lies in its shopper-friendly, end-to-end solution and system that assures a level of trust and security - giving sellers and shoppers complete control and freedom to acquire and dispose what they want, where and when they want it fast!"- - Sheila Lina, President & CEO - Air 21 Global
Christmas is not the only time for giving and receiving. I am telling you all girls wants to be pampered all year-long.

Find that some products are main-stays on every girls mind. Here are some gift suggestions you may want to add on your list, or give as a gift.

For more Gift ideas for your love ones please visit:

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Telephone Nos. : (02) 879.4512
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Have you tried the delightful goodness of Gardenia pandesal? You must try 'em now if you still haven't tried those delightful goodies.

Waking up with the wafting aroma of pandesal will surely bring back many fond memories. Who can forget dipping and dunking this soft bun into a fresh cup of coffee or chocolate drink before relishing it? Some even enjoy pandesal with condensed milk, especially when the thick milk starts to ooze out from the bread and the urgent need to catch and lick it before it spills on the floor. Simple yet delicious treat.

Among the breads in the Philippines, pandesal is undoubtedly the king as it is an important part of our tradition and culture. Recognizing the need of Filipino consumers for high quality pandesal, Gardenia has made its own version of pandesal using world-class standards to ensure utmost quality in both taste and appearance.

Aside from bringing back happy memories, enjoying the delightful goodness of Gardenia pandesal is always a pleasurable experience.

So how does the Gardenia Pandesal experience start?

It begins the minute you pull one out of a pack—the smell of deliciousness and freshness. You’d almost instantly want to savor on its delightful flavor. The first bite is another story, experiencing the delectable taste the moment you sink your teeth onto its crusty outside yet blissfully soft inside.


One more distinctive attribute of Gardenia pandesal is it’s delicious hot or not. It’s disappointing when the bread you heated becomes hard as a stone when you take it off from the oven. But with Gardenia, consumers are assured that the pandesal will remain tasty, filling and appetizing even after heating or re-heating it, just like the moment you bought it from the supermarket.


Whether with scrambled eggs, fried spam or hotdog, ham, peanut butter, coconut jam, plain good butter or just by itself, Gardenia pandesal could be consumed during breakfast, merienda in the afternoon or late in the evening since it can stay fresh and soft longer, making Gardenia a sure-fire and practical choice for consumers. Plus, Gardenia Pandesal is packed with vitamins and minerals, a bit of news that would certainly bring a smile to Mommies’ faces since they know that every bite of Gardenia Pandesal is good for their kids’ health and nutritional needs.


Consumers are also assured that Gardenia observed strict quality control in the production of its bread products, giving Mommies peace of mind.

For Mommies who want to whip up something for their kids’ merienda or baon that they can enjoy once they go back to school, try making your own by adding tomato sauce and their favorite toppings to an open-faced pandesal and pop it in the oven for that instant, home-made pizza! For office workers, grab a bottle of your favorite soda—or again with coffee—together with Gardenia pandesal for that quick yet tasty break time treat. Longing for palaman for your pandesal, you could always use any savory left-over food from the refrigerator.

To know more about the delicious Gardenia Pandesal and its other bread products, visit www.gardenia.com.ph
A trip down Tutuban's foodstreet is a must for everyone! Street dishes are all the rage in the world’s culinary capitals, but we all know that these informal food feasts originated in Asia.
                                    
Manila, of course, is one of the top destinations for the practical and adventurous diner. Tutuban Center’s “FoodStreet” is a fine example of a gustatory district that attracts people from all walks of life for its simple, makeshift and unassuming stalls.
In these trying times, people are wisely cutting back on spending at restaurants and even fast-food joints. Street food—fresh, inexpensive, ready to eat—are more often preferred by the budget conscious. You can choose from a wide variety of food and beverages that recall the taste of home-cooked meals while having the feeling that you are dining out.
Now more than ever, being a street-food trader makes a lot of financial sense. For the innately entrepreneurial, Tutuban’s FoodStreet is offering spaces for rent. Situated at the main thoroughfares of the historic and commercial mall, future tenants will have a captured market among shoppers, students and the working/professional class.
For its small size, a street-food enterprise only requires a small amount of capital. The trader only needs the most basic cooking skills, management acumen, simple facilities and of course, his serving of affordable yet delicious lunches, dinners and snacks.

Though small scale, this type of venture has a big potential for generating income—even employment—so it isn’t impossible for the street-food trader to have average earnings that can be three to even 10 times more than the minimum-wage worker. His profits can even be more than the earnings of skilled employees. More importantly, you can now be your own boss after growing tired of the corporate rat race. It can also be a sound investment, too, especially if you are a returning overseas Filipino worker or if you’re a bored housewife with excellent culinary skills, a FoodStreet stall is definitely perfect.

Tutuban’s FoodStreet’s location at the historic former railway station is fitting because it is a reflection of the exciting local culture as manifested on the food fare being served. Appetizing offerings include Hong Kong-style noodles; Chinese siopao and siomai; Persian shawarma; the very Pinoy silog, isaw, balut, chicharon, fishballs and banana cues; or even inihaw na liempo, pusit, manok, bangus; and delicious English muffins and American baked goodies.

The prospective food trader may not only earn high incomes but he will be helping the local economy as well in terms of taxes, as micro-industries such as street-selling promote financial self-sufficiency for families as well. For example, he sources his fresh ingredients and raw materials locally, thereby also benefiting the small-scale suppliers and farm growers.

One significant concern about street food, though, is health and sanitation. However, FoodStreet and Tutuban Center officials assure tenants that the mall administration takes this aspect of the business seriously. Hygiene, cleanliness and waste disposal will adhere to the strictest standards as imposed by law and the national and local health department.

Security of both the businessman and his consumers is also of utmost consideration. The mall’s roving and plainclothes security personnel will be on hand to ensure the safety of everyone.

So, harness that inherent entrepreneur in you and open your business at Tutuban Center’s FoodStreet and taste success—in your own terms.

Tutuban’s FoodStreet operations will be from 6 am to 12 midnight starting July 01, 2012. For leasing inquiries, contact: Gina Villamor and Mary Anne Suralta, 251-1661 local 125, or direct line, 253-1769.