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    A Taste of Filipino – Mexican Fusion in Pelagio

    Rod Gabriel | SouthofMetro.com and The Rod Trip If you’re lucky enough to reside near the areas of Muntinlupa and Las Pinas cities, consider it a sign that you were destined to dine in this colorfully decorated al fresco restaurant near the Water Garden area of Festival Mall, Alabang, Muntinlupa. Diehard fans of Tex-Mex food …
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    Reach for the Stars, Why Don’t You?

    by Lizette Barretto-Gueco | SouthOfMetro.com | Listening to my 10 year old daughter memorize a lengthy speech in Filipino, I was amused at the way she mispronounced the heavy, archaic words with such confidence, like she owned it.  In the midst of her soliloquy, she would stop and complain that she possibly could not memorize …
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    Each Person is Unique: Understanding Personalized Medicine

    via The Medical City | by Michelle De Vera, M.D., FAAAAI | The one-size-fits all concept has never really been the best approach to many things. A man’s suit fits much better when it is custom tailored. Your gym instructor will design a program that suits your fitness goals. So why does it seem that the medical …
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    How to Survive the Family Potluck (Plus tips to make it exciting and successful)

    by Lizette Barretto-Gueco | SouthOfMetro.com | If your family is anything like mine, any and every small occasion is an excuse to get together. Not that we really need an excuse but family time is always a priority and also a default option when there is nothing else to do.  All else falls in between. …
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    The Father of the Bride: A Father’s Day Special Post

    By Lizette Barretto Gueco | South of Metro | I heard the usual morning noises before I even opened my eyes and just as the remnants of my feel good dream totally vanished.  The chirping of the birds outside my window, the faint noises coming from the kitchen preparing the first meal of the day …
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    Is Our Wedding Companion a Ghost?

    by Randy Topacio | South of Metro | A wedding is a ceremony and associated rituals by which two people vow to spend their lives together in marriage. But a wedding is not just about the couple getting married. It is also an exchange between that couple and their community of family and friends. It …
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  • A Taste of Filipino – Mexican Fusion in Pelagio

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    Rod Gabriel | SouthofMetro.com and The Rod Trip If you’re lucky enough to reside near the areas of Muntinlupa and Las Pinas cities, consider it a sign that you were destined to dine in this colorfully decorated al fresco restaurant near the Water Garden area of Festival Mall, Alabang, Muntinlupa. Diehard fans of Tex-Mex food …
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    A Taste of Filipino – Mexican Fusion in Pelagio

    Rod Gabriel | SouthofMetro.com and The Rod Trip If you’re lucky enough to reside near the areas of Muntinlupa and Las Pinas cities, consider it a sign that you were destined to dine in this colorfully decorated al fresco restaurant near the Water Garden area of Festival Mall, Alabang, Muntinlupa. Diehard fans of Tex-Mex food …
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    Stoops Ilocos Bagnet, Bringing Comfort from North to South

    Rod Gabriel | SouthofMetro.com What’s good about the South of the Metro is the plethora of good food hangouts along Aguirre and President’s Ave, in BF Paranaque. If you go hungry, you’ll definitely not run out of choices as there are literally a lot of food hangouts in BF that you could go to. For crispy …
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  • 5 Life Lessons that CBS’ Supergirl can Teach Us

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    By Mary Rae Floresca | South of Metro | The new underrated comic book TV show, Supergirl has captured the many superhero fan audiences. Clearly, DC comics is stepping up their A-game in reviving the characters in hit TV series. She is not a typical blond-headed girl with the red cape and an “S” on the …
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    Simple Secrets to Become a Successful Caterer

    By: Ana Margarita Olar| Foodfindsasia.com Every business shares a secret for success. It’s the same with catering. And to be a successful caterer, here are some simple secrets to keep in mind: UNDERSTAND THAT FOOD IS AN ART Being a caterer you must understand that food is not just for consumption. It has to satisfy …
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    6 quick tips to teach english to kids online from 51Talk

    by Kyla Camille | South of Metro | Teaching kids is not the same as teaching adults, and teaching online is different from traditional classroom teaching. Handling kids in an online setting demands more creativity and energy; more effort is needed to capture and sustain their attention. It is for these reasons that many teachers …
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    5 Health Benefits of Coco Sugar

    By: Ana Margarita Olar| Foodfindsasia.com Coco sugar is a boiled and dehydrated sap of coconut palm. The supposed health benefits of this coco sugar are now making it a well-known commodity for those who are health conscious. Here are some health benefits that could be derived from using coco sugar: NUTRIENT CONTENT Advocates of coco …
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    How to Fix a Leaky Faucet Quickly

    By Nadj Villaver | FoodFindsAsia Wondering why water bills instantly shoot up? Perhaps, gallons of water are wasted because of leaky faucets, toilets and other plumbing fixtures. A dripping tap may start as a small problem with your kitchen sink, but it can become a bigger plumbing problem if it doesn’t get fixed, or if …
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