Food heroes are everywhere. If you are involved in putting healthy, local and seasonal food on the table, grow food at home or are adamant about not wasting any food, you are a food hero. This is your day. This is our day. So put your cape on, celebrate and share. Keep food growing and moving to ensure that we have enough to go around.
This article was originally written for SNV Netherlands Development Organisation. Global Trade Expert Anabel Gonzalez called on countries to “keep food moving” to prevent pandemic-related food shocks. In the recent ICR Facility webinar on “Food Supply Disruption in times of COVID-19”, she reiterated that while a global food crisis is not visible at the moment, keeping an …
Filipinos in the Netherlands stood their ground as they shouted “China, out of Philippine Waters!” in front of the Peace Palace in the Hague, the Netherlands.
More than two years after the Philippines brought the case against the People’s Republic of China to the PCA on the matters of the South China Sea, hearings on the jurisdiction of the case are finally ongoing.
It there’s a European city where it feels like Christmas all year round, it has to be Salzburg. It has all the elements that anyone can truly enjoy, on Christmas day or any other day of the year: memories of a singing family, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and a whole range of food which are difficult to spell but fairly easy to devour.
This story was published on GMA News. Filipino-German Isabella Lepping made it to the fifth season of The Voice of Holland. She made it through the Blind Auditions with her own rendition of “Addicted to You”. Marco Borsato will be her coach. Half-half Lepping’s mother is of Filipino origin while her father is German. She …
Amsterdam has something for everyone. Maybe because for a city that entertains around 12 million visitors each year, variety is something that Amsterdam can’t live without. But with so much choices comes stress. So where should you go or what should you do as a first time tourist in Amsterdam?
Katrina Manaog, the Filipino community’s current bet in The Voice Kids Netherlands, grew up in a musical family. She sings and plays the piano while sister Mikaela plays the violin. Father Jessie also taught her how to play the guitar but she admits she started out her singing career in front of the karaoke.
“The first song she sang in front of people was Aiza Seguerra’s ‘Pagdating ng Panahon.’ According to my uncle, she got her talent from her late grandmother, Barbara Bello, who was an opera singer in the Philippines while her father said she got her talent from her auntie Jerlie Manaog who also sings in the Philippines,” said her mother Catherine Malabanan during an interview with GMA News.
“The concept behind the batchoy is about fast preparation of food. I choose the batchoy over other Philippine soups because it is an original Filipino recipe,” said Cabales while demonstrating to other LSE students how to make the local favourite ensaymada, a sweet bread that he says can be paired with batchoy.