Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Aeternum , A Haven for Everyone




Last Saturday, a different kind of event struck  and shocks the Social Media such as Twitter and Instagram where most of the pictures posted were just  seems to be a typical new park or an event place that should be advertised . One of the child of the attendee as early as now does shows interest of having her debut on the place.


It’s high time that Filipinos specially in the Metro would make this kind of alternatives due to lack of spaces and lots for a typical cemetery. Our family is one of the first in our community who settles for cremation when our mother die and subsequently after 3 years our father , who does not have a place in any of the Memorial Parks. We have learned to be more than aware together with the kids and their grand daughters and grandsons that even until now the ashes is with us in our house.


But subsequently we as the one who remains need to put those ashes in a much safer and distinct place like Aeternum, so that the coming generation may still see and have their kind of attachments with one another and family bonding with their cousins and relatives.


We thank Mr. Vince ,his family and , some of the ATAT members who joined us and make us visit and see through their Event dedicated for the living  with abundance of foods ,drinks , and   thus, we conclude and realized that in life it is Important that we may LIVE WELL and  LEAVE WELL.



We the masATAT group with Ms. Cherry Burwell as the overall PR and our Madam President Ms. Lariza Tangalin with the new external members all do enjoy the whole day with games , fun and  till midnight full of prizes ,surprises,  and  partying with each other.


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Aeternum Mas ATAT Event #aeternumgarden #livewellleavewell

Lumaban, Tops the 2nd Phil National Barista Competition




Last Thursday, was the final match of the remaining barista who participated from various schools and groups  that has its  curriculum and specialties specially on food and beverages. Six of the remaining candidates show its enthusiasm and confidence of being a top coffee barista by explaining to the  judges how they compose and give some distinct touch of the drink they prepared.


Aldrin Lumaban of Craft Coffee Revolution won the prestigious National Barista Championship organized by Allegro Beverage, a leading coffee and beverage supplier in the HoReCa industry with Resorts World Manila as prestigious platinum partner and sponsor.


The Philippines now has its representative for the World Barista Championship in Seattle, U.S. next year.

Aldrin Lumaban won the 2nd Philippine National Barista Championship on October 17,2014 , beating 23 contenders during the three-day competition. He was among the six baristas who made it in the final round and competed last night.

A number of sensory judges including Lauro Fioretti, chief engineer of espresso coffee machine maker Nuova Simonelli, and Leo de Leon, founder and president of Allegro Beverage Corp, noted the “consistency” of Lumaban’s drinks and communication skills.
A barista is judged in both sensory and technical aspects of making coffee.
A barista from Craft Coffee Revolution, Lumaban has been actively joining national competitions and even participated in last year’s PNBC.

The only World Coffee Events-sanctioned competition in the country, PNBC was held at Resorts World Manila and Treston International College between October 15 and 17. PNBC 2014 was organized by Allegro Beverage Corp. who lends all the machines used specially for the contest proper and of course the Association of Filipino Baristas, Inc.

Monday, October 20, 2014

ATAT MC Attracts Motorcycle Groups in the Philippines

“ATAT MC Any Time All the Time Motorcycle Club of ART which is known as ATAT Racing Team, has gained  tremendous momentum and attraction in the Motor Sports here in the Philippines” says Jay one of the founding member of ART,. validated by Marc, Charlie and Jevis they all agreed that though Motor Sports is not yet one of the nations main entries for International competition, , they saw that through ATAT’s kind of brotherhood and camaraderie this dream will all soon come true.. 
In fact, their Victory Party was being graced by other Mortor Sports rider group who somehow have been one of their opponent in their recent race as a team. They have been so gracious giving a  chance to those people who are passionate about the sports.  Their group is open to all who will graciously gives time , effort , and of course who will diligently uphold their laws and its leadership.
Through the help of the only Rose among the thorn Ms. Cherry  Burwell  and her online media partner the masATAT group ,who stands as the PR Manager of their most coveted group the ATAT MC of ART , everything will be possible till this group will be known even in the International Motor Sports racing scene..
Congrats to the people who made this dream come true.
Lawrence Macalinao - Pirelli Cup Open Division 1st Runner Up (Overall) and Ducati Cup Novice 1st Runner Up
Jay Carreon - Ducati Cup Champion Intermediate
Jevis Aguila - Pirelli Cup Open Division Champion
Myke Torres - Pirelli Cup Class B Champion
Vince Mercado - Ducati Cup Open Division Runner Up
JC Villanueva - Pirelli Cup Class A Runner Up
Richard Panlilio - Ducati Cup Intermediate 2nd Runner Up
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Friday, October 17, 2014

Bianca Gonzalez and 13 everyday drivers test road savvy and fuel efficiency skills on Shell FuelSave Good Choice Driving Challenge

Last Wednesday Shell announces the winners for the competition compose  of Online mommy bloggers and some professional drivers .TV host Bianca Gonzalez and thirteen everyday drivers geared up to put their driving know-how to the test, as they drove from Bonifacio Global City to Batangas and back, in the Shell FuelSave Good Choice Driving Challenge.
Testing road savvy and pushing fuel efficient driving skills of seven teams, the Shell FuelSave Good Choice Driving Challenge taught fourteen participants to drive smart and make good choices on and off the road to help manage life’s daily pressures.
“More than being a fuel efficiency competition, the Shell FuelSave Good Choice Driving Challenge is our way of showing Filipino motorists how easy it is to be fuel efficient. All it takes are making a few simple changes to the way we drive and using the right fuel,” explained Anthony Lawrence Yam, Vice President for Retail of Pilipinas Shell.
Driving a total distance of 240 kilometers in the all new Ford EcoSport 1.5L Titanium, the Shell FuelSave Good Choice Driving Challenge participants took on four challenges that tested their ability to be fuel efficient on the road. Making the Driving Challenge more of a learning experience for the participants is a special mentoring session on smarter driving behaviors by Shell Fuel Scientist Mae Ascan, the only Filipino among the over 200 Fuel Scientists in the world.
“I am delighted to be part of the Shell FuelSave Good Choice Driving Challenge and show my fellow motorists that every driver can be fuel efficient,” said Bianca Gonzalez who was named Shell FuelSave Celebrity Driver of the Year after besting three other celebrities from Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand during the final leg of the Shell FuelSave Celebrity Driving Challenge in February.
“I am not a driving enthusiast so I am amazed to know that making simple adjustments to the way I drive – such as driving smoothly, avoiding high speeds and planning my trips carefully can go a long way in increasing my fuel efficiency,” Gonzalez added. “Of course, what makes the difference is choosing the right fuel.”
Demonstrating that fuel efficient driving can be done by all drivers, the Shell FuelSave Good Choice Driving Challenge also challenged everyday drivers, including professional drivers, moms and young professionals, who all cannot take driving out of their daily routine and busy lives.
“It’s no secret that Filipino motorists are constantly balancing life’s pressures, making numerous decisions that impact their finances, their families and their future,” said Yam. “Ultimately, through the Shell FuelSave Good Choice Driving Challenge, we want to show everyday drivers that choosing the right fuel does not have to be a tough decision, and that Shell FuelSave is a good choice that they don’t have to think about.”
The Shell FuelSave Good Ch
oice Driving Challenge served as a prelude to the results of the Shell FuelSave Good Choice Report –a nationwide study conducted by Pilipinas Shell to probe deeper into the range of decisions Filipino motorists make, the factors that affect these decisions, and how these impact the other aspect of their lives.
As Pilipinas Shell continues to celebrate 100 Years of Shell Companies in the Philippines, the Shell FuelSave Good Choice Driving Challenge and the Shell FuelSave Good Choice Report are a testament to the company’s commitment to meet the evolving needs of its customers and provide quality products and services.
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Monday, October 13, 2014

Make the Choice – A Rising Movement (51 Talk)



Election in the Philippines is nearly at hand though its  one year and a half  in waiting ,It is important for every voter to “Make the Choice” and make our nation more great again. Last Friday, October 10, 2014, 51 Talk launched their business here in the Philippines which cater to the Chinese people helping their children and citizen to know more about English language through our skilled people.

It is but just co-equal to take note that with 51 talk press conference which  has  detailed and re established that having this kind of opportunity for the Filipino people to teach online through the one of the most notable and useful language in the world ,ENGLISH.

This is specially for the housewife and other online media who wants to have a decent yet flexible work without going out of the house and making it more enticing and worry free. Instead of doing Networking jobs which will consume you your time and money as well just Make the Choice, yes the right choice of joining and earning money through this program.


With more than 1,000 e-Educators across the Philippines, it’s hard to differentiate oneself from the rest.

51Talk, the premiere online English school in China and the Philippines, remains on the cutting edge of e-learning through constant innovation and continuous quality service. In connection with the company’s mission to provide equal learning and earning opportunities, 51Talk introduces Make the Choice, the company’s jump to a more digital approach. Through this program, they integrate language and technology which appears to be the perfect fit for Filipinos looking for a career.

The Philippines is known to be very proficient in English, which is why online teaching is a very viable career which can be done by almost anyone.

Make the Choice encourages Filipinos to experience something outside of their comfort zone – an alternative career that allows them to have a healthy balance between work and their personal life. This also gives them the option to work from home and have flexible working hours.

“Having an online classroom allows instructors to create a schedule around their daily routine. Plus, they don’t have to worry about a long commute. This gives them even more time to spend with their families, which we noticed is a priority for most Filipinos”, says 51Talk COO and co-founder, Shu Ting.


51Talk also introduced three ambassadors to help inspire Filipinos – Jim Paredes, Delamar Arias, and Michele Gumabao.

Jim Paredes, engages learners through workshops and classes, and even uses Social Media to educate and empower. Professionals, students, fellow artists and educators look up to Jim because of his ability to remain consistent in his craft.

Award-winning DJ, Delamar Arias, joins the 51Talk team, understanding how mothers would like a flexible schedule and believes that each individual holds in his hand the power to change lives and in the process, earn well, by using their English-speaking abilities.

Because of her busy schedule, athlete and health and wellness advocate Michele Gumabao, has learned how to manage her time wisely. She is proof that with perseverance and patience, you can achieve what you set your mind to.

About 51Talk

51Talk, the premier online English school in China, was founded in 2011 by Huang Jia-jia and Shu Ting. Originally called Talk China, they opened their first office in Huaqingjiayuan on the same year.

Due to unforeseen growth, the team had to restation to a larger office in Wudaoku in 2012.

The demand for learning the English language continued to increase and the 51Talk founders and investors decided to outsource teaching. They didn’t have to search long for competent individuals who had a passion for teaching. In 2013, the first 51Talk office in the Philippines opened. There were only less than 30 people on the team. It wasn’t long after the Manila site was established that another office in Baguio opened.

By the first quarter of 2013, the number of learners reached two hundred thousand, generating a remarkable increase in income. By the end of this year, 51Talk raised the B-round capital from DCM, with an amount of 12 million USD. Before the end of 2013, 51Talk Shanghai opened, resulting in the enhancement of sales in the south west China market.

During the first quarter of 2014, the staff of 51Talk Beijing reached 300 in headcount. The team then relocated to a bigger office space in Xierqi. Maintaining the company’s consistency in growth, the team introduced the 51Talk Club last July 2014 as the first offline experience center of the company, which set the O2O business mode for 51Talk.

As the leading online ESL company in China and the Philippines, 51Talk continues to provide quality education and career stability to learners and e-Educators alike.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Buffalo Wings N’ Things




A week ago we have gone to this place and know for the fact that Buffalo wings are created by a mom in the USA who needs to give her visitors a food to eat and it so happened that chicken wings are the only left food to cook in the fridge.

For those who love spicy foods this is the one kind of experience that they should have tried and tasted.


They prepared the kind of spiciness that you would prefer to have , In fact one of the spiciest sauces menu needs a waiver to be signed in by the one who will eat and order for such viand.

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For the on line bloggers who are with us here are the menus and food the we have tasted and  review about . to mention their mini burgers that is so tempting , the Nachos, fries, pita’s and sweet desserts.

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Friday, October 10, 2014

Unileaver presents” Today’s game changers in the food industry”



More than 500 Filipino food professionals gathered at the Unilever Food Solutions Culinary Festival

Last October 8, more than 500 hundred chefs, restaurateurs, and caterers from the Philippine food industry gathered in a one day only event for the Culinary Festival 2014 hosted by Unilever Food Solutions (UFS) – the food service arm of Unilever, maker of Knorr, Lady’s Choice, Best Foods and Lipton.


This exciting culinary event pooled in together food industry experts in the Philippines to look into the latest trends and practices that are expected to shape the Philippine dining landscape. “Our mission at Unilever Food Solutions is to equip members of the food service industry with product solutions coupled with the skills and knowledge needed to run an efficient commercial kitchen nowadays,” shared Unilever Food Solutions Philippines Channel Marketing Manager Seanta Pasic-Reyes. UFS brings this to life through the Chefmanship Academy, a roving culinary training program designed to meet the diverse needs of food service professionals.

Since its inception in Germany back in 2009, the program has catered to more than a million food service professionals all over the world. The program offers a wealth of topics, combining real world insights with industry research to offer hands-on learning experiences. “This year, to be able to make this program more accessible to Filipinos, we have raised Chefmanship Academy to a bigger scale through this celebration of culinary arts with the Culinary Festival.”

In order to help address the various business and operational needs food professionals encounter each day, the festival featured three tracks in the morning to focus on the Business of Food, Impactful food Trends, and Digital and Social Marketing. Talks were led by RJ Ledesma, Chef Robby Goco, Joanna Manalastas, JJ Yulo, Chef George Lizares, and Pong Go.

The event captured three major game changing trends food professionals need to watch out for: integrating sustainability in menus, micro-targeting customers, and pushing the power of digital media.

Customization and personalization of communications play a quintessential role in creating meaningful relationships with customers, especially for those in the food service industry. This is also foundational in determining the changing behaviors and preferences of customers. RJ Ledesma has proven how the importance of an in-depth knowledge of how your customers behave and their preferences affect the way you market your brand, such as in the case of Mercato Centrale.

Factoring in the trends and eating habits of Filipinos attributed to lifestyle changes and health restrictions, chefs and restaurant owners nowadays are expected to come full circle to provide original and evolving menus to their diners, thus the need to integrate sustainability in menus. Chef Robby Goco of Green Pastures and Cyma explored sustainability trends when it comes to Filipino food source, restaurant design, and waste management to help respond to the emergence of new restaurants in the country alongside the evolving Filipino palate for more adventurous and sophisticated food.


With competition on the rise for food service professionals and given the highly digital behavior of Filipino diners today, Joanna Manalastas of has shed light on how the digital landscape is shaping the competition in food. More than just writing compelling stories about new restaurants, innovative dishes, and restaurateurs on the rise, the need for well-crafted content and visuals for online consumption goes hand-in-hand in understanding which digital properties will best work for one’s concept. The realm of social media has played an integral part in providing vivid, real-time, and shareable experiences among customers.

In the afternoon, guests were treated to a session on banqueting or large quantity food production led by the UFS chefs. Featuring recipes perfect for the coming holidays, Executive Chef Joanne Limoanco-Gendrano showcased the best ways in creating rice dishes such as Steamed Fried Rice, Chorizo Rice, and Seafood Rice for large quantities while Sous Chef Pipo Aluning followed suit by presenting his own spin on the classic Baked Sole Fish Fillet with Parmesan Dijon Mayonnaise fish recipe perfect for banqueting. Senior Sous Chef Janice Lazaga then demonstrated how to whip up Kinalderetang Rellening Repolyo, a healthier alternative of the popular Filipino dish Beef Kaldereta, while Senior Sous Chef Marilen Ingco featured the modern way of cooking and serving Sous Vide of Steak with Whipped Potatoes and Peppercorn Sauce minus the worry on maintaining the meat’s doneness and taste. Senior Sous John Paul Sia ended the afternoon sessions on banqueting with his take on the classic adobo turned into a dish of luxury fit for catering during the holiday season. Throughout the day, the culinary festival also highlighted fun booth activities and several restaurants on wheels for participants to try delicious cuisines.

“As we recognize the needs of chefs, restaurateurs, and caterers in the Philippines, the Culinary Festival successfully responds to these needs which continuously help in pushing the envelope and growth of our very own food industry,” said Reyes. “With new discoveries and the passion of all members in this dynamic industry, the future of Philippine foodservice is indeed extremely exciting,” added Reyes. For more information about how Unilever Food Solutions can help grow your food business, visit

Unilever Food Solutions – Who We Are

At Unilever Food Solutions, we help chefs all over the world serve tasty, wholesome meals that keep guests coming back for more.

We create ingredients that save precious prep time in the kitchen, without compromising on flavour or flair.  And constantly provide ideas and inspiration that keep your menu fresh and exciting. Our ingredients are some of the staples of professional kitchens in 74 countries around the world: Knorr, Lady’s Choice, Best Foods, Lipton and more.

We’ve been in food since the 1880s. We’re chefs ourselves. So we understand that critical balance between impressing your guests and making a profit. And how to keep your menus and recipes fresh and exciting, as times and tastes change.

For more information on Unilever Food Solutions, please visit: