Quantcast
Home » Culinary You are browsing entries tagged with “Culinary”

What it’s like to run ‘the sweet shop for grownups’

After years of distributing shoes and apparel worldwide for luxury fashion brands such as Prada and Bally, Christoph Heidt was in his late 30s when he sold his business in 2006 and made a bold promise.

Posted: February 16th, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Headlines,Inquirer Features | Read More »

Startup restaurants celebrate youthful energy and novelty

By
CHEF Enrico Laviña at Il Duello’s private dining room with New York-inspired interiors. Photo by NELSON MATAWARAN

Chef Enrico Laviña, 30, hopes that his Il Duello, would be known as “the Little Italy in Quezon City.” Kathlene “Kat” Anne and Krystel “Abby” de Guzman Nantes have been running Paire, a restaurant with a unique business model of cocktails and desserts.

Posted: January 19th, 2013 in Editor's Pick,Featured Gallery,Headlines,Inquirer Features,Photos & Videos | Read More »

Pay for cooking lessons for P2,500, P180,00 and P280,000 for one year

By

After cooking shows like Master Chef and Hell’s Kitchen captured the hearts of Filipinos, a newly opened culinary school aimed to give Cebuanos topnotch training in cooking opened.

Posted: June 2nd, 2012 in Editor's Pick,Headlines,Inquirer Features | Read More »

Advertisement

News

  • Washington SyCip: I want Grace Poe to seek presidency
  • Video purports to show beheading of US journalist
  • Palace: Aquino got justice
  • DOH, Philhealth to let poor patients avail of free cataract surgery
  • Ex-nuisance presidential bet tagged in NAIA-3 bomb try
  • Sports

  • ‘Most exciting Pinoy Pride’
  • Peace Cup: PH Azkals clash with Taiwanese
  • NCAA: Blazers tackle slumping Stags
  • Garcia urges Pinoy Asiad bets to match Gilas’ heart
  • Home court advantage
  • Lifestyle

  • This diplomat can cook, and how
  • What’s your agenda in owning a pet?
  • Roll up the mags
  • Dethroned Myanmar beauty queen blasts pageant boss
  • Online petition asks PUVs to reserve seats for the less abled
  • Entertainment

  • Milo Sogueco’s ‘Mariquina,’ other Filipino indie films to be shown in Busan
  • Versatile Viggo Mortensen speaks French in ‘Far From Men’
  • Escudero says no wedding date, venue yet
  • PH film ‘Rekorder’ wins in South Korea
  • Eraserheads in mini reunion
  • Business

  • Asia shares mostly up, dollar approaches 105 yen
  • Oil firms hike pump prices of fuel
  • Dollar, euro surge against yen in Asian trading
  • SM Prime raises P20B from retail bond issue
  • DoubleDragon takes over Skysuites property in QC
  • Technology

  • ALS Ice Bucket Challenge arrives in North Korea
  • ‘Internet fasting’—returning to the real world
  • PH ranks 8th in Ice Bucket Challenge participation
  • Google tests using drones to deliver goods
  • DigiTech conference, Best of Anime to keep September busy
  • Opinion

  • A cure for Ebola?
  • DOTC at fault for MRT-3 breakdowns
  • The other three-fourths
  • Cultural heritage in rice
  • Seasons
  • Global Nation

  • Undof commander Singha’s order of surrender unacceptable, AFP Chief says
  • PCG men in Balintang shooting plead not guilty
  • After ‘great escape’ in Syria, PH commander escapes from Undof chief
  • Trial of PCG men for fatal shooting of Taiwan fisher starts
  • New Solcom chief calls for probe of UN commander
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement