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Andrei Yuvallos

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No weekend meal plans? Have dinner delivered from Futur:st’s pop-up

Sinigang salad, langka bistek, and palitaw pudding are on the menu for this weekend’s Futur:st distance dining pop-up event

In defense of durian: The ‘smelly’ king of fruits everyone wants to exile

The durian is often described as a fruit that “smells like hell, but tastes like heaven.” It’s also something everyone should try *at least* twice

The environment is in danger and so are we, says UN report on climate change

“The alarm bells are deafening. This report must sound a death knell for coal and fossil fuels, before they destroy our planet,” said UN secretary-general António Guterres

Hate washing dishes? You’ll love these one-pot recipes

Whether you’re craving pasta, chicken, or beef, all of these recipes happen in a single pot

OPINION: Nas Daily, Whang-Od, and the *actual* issue of cultural exploitation

The saga of Nas Daily, Apo Whang-Od, and the drama that followed can’t fit in a minute. It’s also a smokescreen for the real underlying issue: cultural exploitation

These Asian grocers probably have the rare ingredient you’re looking for

It’s practically impossible to find stuff like ghee, dried kombu, or fermented tofu in regular supermarkets. These online grocers might carry them, though

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NCR residents can get vaccinated during ECQ—regardless of priority

If you’re an NCR resident aged 18 or older, you can get vaccinated during ECQ. Just make sure you register ahead

The Masungi shooting: Our environment is in danger, and so are its defenders

Last week, two of Masungi Georeserve’s rangers were shot by unidentified assailants. It’s terrifying, but not surprising

If you haven’t tried these Cebuano dishes, you’re missing out

Lechon is always the first dish people associate with Cebu. While that’s valid, there are so many other dishes that deserve attention

Hidilyn Diaz’s Olympic victory belongs to her. And the Filipino people

“The shiny gold medal around her neck didn’t just deliver a long-sought-after victory. To some, it delivered a glimmer of hope. Hope that things will change for the better.”