Can’t find a perfect holiday gift for your foodie family and friends? Why not grab these delightful food books that not only teach readers how to prepare healthy, yummy meals, but also provide tips on how to become environmentally responsible individuals?
This Christmas season when we tend to share in our most fabulous and grandest gesture we could think of for our loved ones, what could we possibly give them that they would definitely never have enough of? There's love, and of course, chocolates.
Christmas is all about color, fantasy and nostalgia that hark back to the ’50s at Shelter, which recently ushered in the holiday season with a mini show directed by veteran TV director Fritz Ynfante, and featuring college students from De La Salle University.
Philippine Airlines will launch a pioneering service between Manila and Toronto on Nov. 30, 2012, giving the flag carrier a direct link to Canada’s largest city and its first gateway on the vital East Coast of North America in 15 years.
You can’t go wrong with footwear. You can choose work shoes your dad can rock at the office, fancy footwear for dates with mom or a more casual pair for his leisurely weekends with you. Here are some of our favorites from Dr. Martens and TOMS. Your Dad might like them, too. Dr. Martens at Fort Bonifacio Strip. TOMS is available at Rustan’s and Nothing But Water.
This year, instead of going crazy running around the city buying gifts for everyone, we decided to organize a Secret Santa. Late one night in Cafe Breton, we wrote our names on slips of paper and fished them out again to find out who we’d be giving gifts to. We set rules—gifts can cost from P1500 to P3000 and should be ready by December 10, the date of our special Christmas dinner. The Secret Santa’s identity must be kept a secret until the reveal.
For the tireless traveler: 1,000 Places To See Before You Die 2nd Edition by Patricia Schultz, P895, National Book Store.
This year, said son Mol, let’s plan the Christmas menu as dad would have, as if he were still alive. “All meat??!!” shuddered Son No. 2’s wife Lilli-Ann. “How can it be complete,” wailed Wendy, “when there’s no Collins Street Bakery fruitcake this year? Dad was so ill in May I’m sure he forgot to order it or it would have arrived in November.”