Monday, April 6, 2020

Quarantine Cooking Hacks: Make the Most Out of Your Pantry Staples

Cooking in the kitchen

The kitchen has never been busier now that everyone’s staying at home. The thing is, options have also been limited with the community quarantine in place. With most of us stocking up on canned and instant food for their long shelf life and convenience, you won’t be alone when finding yourself out of ideas on how else to serve these pantry staples. 

Sharing with you a couple of ways to jazz up and make do with whatever it is you may have as stock in your kitchen:

Corndog Bites

Thursday, April 2, 2020

The Manila Hotel's Cafe Ilang-Ilang now offers Take-Out and Pick-up Food Service + Menu

The ongoing crisis that we all now experience (not just in the country, but all over the world), because of the pandemic Covid-19 virus that has plagued most parts of the world which had caused thousands of deaths made us all stay home. The enhanced community quarantine gave us limited time to buy our own food. So it's like having a ray of sunshine when you hear that your favorite all-time buffet restaurant, Cafe Ilang-Ilang from The iconic Manila Hotel now offers take-out and pick-up service. 

It may be a limited menu from The Manila Hotel's Cafe Ilang-ilang, but it will surely satiate your cravings of Filipino comfort food. The Manila Hotel Cafe Ilang-Ilang Takeout Menue may also be booked through pic-up services like Grab Express, LalaMove etc. The said takeout food service officially kicked off last Friday, April 3, 2020. 

Here, allow me to share with you the special limited Cafe Ilang-Ilang Takeout Menu from The Manila Hotel: 

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

SM Distributes PPEs and Medical Supplies to over 50 Hospitals Nationwide

Through SM FOUNDATION. SM is donating over PHP170M towards the fight against COVID 19, surpassing its initial allocation of PHP100 M to help ensure: Healthcare workers in hospitals nationwide are armored with personal protective equipment; Testing is made more widely available; Providing ICU-grade ventilators to help hospitals manage patients with severe cases.

Among the hospitals that received PPE donations as of March 27, 2020 are the following designated COVID Hospitals: University of the Philippines PGH, Lung Center of the Philippines and Jose N Rodriguez Memorial Hospital.

Major government hospitals are: Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM), National Kidney and Transplant Institute, San Lazaro Hospital, East Avenue Medical.Center, Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center, Philippine Heart Center, National Children's Hospital and Rizal Medical Center.

Other hospitals include Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital, Chinese General Hospital, University of the East Ramon Magsaysay (UERM) Memorial Medical Center, Manila Doctors Hospital, University of Sto Tomas Hospital, Makati Medical Center, The Medical City, Ospital ng Muntinlupa and more.

Several shipments of PPEs are also on their way to provincial hospitals nationwide.

SM has committed to be of service to the Filipino public, its hospitals, and its government, in ensuring that we all contain and overcome the COVID-19 crisis together.

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

SM Foundation delivers vital medical supplies to Rizal Medical Center

Sharing this piece of good news amidst the pandemic Covid-19 virus infection that has plagued the country and the world today. SM Foundation's #HappyToServe spirit were recently shown at Rizal Medical Center. The said hospital has received medical supplies from SM Foundation! 

Rizal Medical Center received a number of Personal Protective Equipment from SM Foundation which arrived on Saturday, March 28, 2020.
The medical supplies included N95 masks, protective goggles, nitrile gloves, hygiene kits and alcohol among other supplies. 

Through SM Foundation, SM has donated and pledged over PHP170 million as it focused its efforts on giving critical medical supplies and equipment to about 50 hospitals nationwide. 

Kudos to your unwavering efforts in this fight against COVID-19 pandemic, frontliners of RMC.


Help displaced creative workers through Open House’s live online entertainment

Press Release:

COVID-19 has robbed many workers of their livelihood, and this is no less true in the performing arts sector, where live performances have been canceled to secure the health and safety of both audience and employees. With a number of freelance workers in the industry in urgent need, the most vulnerable of them displaced and deprived of the protection of the state due to the contractual nature of their work, Artists Welfare Project, Philstage, SPIT, Third World Improv, the Theater Actors Guild, and Ticket2Me created the online fundraising project Open House. With Open House, you can stream live online classes, shows, and workshops featuring some of the industry’s biggest names for FREE! But everyone is encouraged to donate suggested amounts in the form of tickets to simulate the tradition of live theater and help raise funds for the project. 

Viewers may click on to to donate. All proceeds go directly to production workers like dressers, stage managers, lighting and sound technicians, stagehands, musicians, and more through the Artists Welfare Project. Every P2,000 donation to Open House will go a long way in supporting a displaced worker in the performing arts community and his or her family for one month during the Enhanced Community Quarantine.

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