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Introducing: Cacao de Bola

December 03, 2016

Trust renowned chef Jessie Sincioco to create an exquisite selection of dishes using homegrown ingredients like cacao. Ongoing until Dec. 8 at her Chef Jessie Rockwell Club in Makati City, Sincioco prepares a special menu using Cacao de Bola finely crafted by Cebu’s chocolate queen Raquel T. Choa. Video and editing by RYAN LEAGOGO

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