It’s time to hit the brakes and just enjoy at Porking Zone

Established in 2017 in a food park in Taytay, Rizal, Porking Zone has now grown into a full-blown restaurant in Mandaluyong. The past two years were not easy with them as well, but they were still able to manage, push through, and thrive amidst all. Truly, the power couple – Kevin Espinase and Jurene Banzuela Antolin – behind Porking Zone made this all happen together … Continue reading It’s time to hit the brakes and just enjoy at Porking Zone

#NoToThrowbackYesToComeback: Kenny Rogers Roasters brings back Chimichurri with your favorite meat!

Kenny Rogers Roasters heard your clamor and cravings in so many ways on social media! So they are bringing back its famous Chimichurri on the menu – not only on the Roasted Chicken but with more meat selections this time around! It’s not a throwback but a big comeback: As Kenny Rogers Roasters is now offering seven meat options into the mix, customers with different preferences are … Continue reading #NoToThrowbackYesToComeback: Kenny Rogers Roasters brings back Chimichurri with your favorite meat!

Ginisang Munggo with Pork Pata

Ginisang Munggo is one of those FIlipino dishes that will not hurt your budget but could feed your whole family. Basically, this dish is sauteed mung beans with spinach, but there are actually a lot of other versions of this too, depending on the household that is serving it. If you could remember, we have actually shared two Ginisang Munggo versions that our family often … Continue reading Ginisang Munggo with Pork Pata

Pork Pata Humba Recipe

Often likened to the classic Filipino dish, the Adobo, Pork Pata Humba is another classic but has a different flavor profile from Adobo. While Adobo is known for its trademark tanginess which is caused by vinegar, Pork Pata Humba is leaning more on the sweet side, courtesy of the pineapple juice and brown sugar that caramelizes in the cooking process and then coats each pork … Continue reading Pork Pata Humba Recipe