Pangasius Production Program by DTI-CLEEP

The program aims to develop pangasius production both as a viable livelihood and a lucrative business venture that can attract more investments and create more jobs in the countryside. Before launching the program at the Dolores Farm Resort in Polomolok, the President will witness the harvesting of the pangasius catfish, which is touted as a

How To Make Sorbetes – Home-made Ice Cream

Sorbetes is a Filipino version for common ice cream usually peddled from carts that roam streets in the Philippines. This should not be confused with the known sorbet. It is also commonly called ‘dirty ice cream’ because it is sold along the streets exposing it to pollution and that the factory where it comes from

Manila Foods and Beverages Expo MAFBEX 2015

What: Manila Foods and Beverages Expo 2015 When: June 22-26, 2015 Where: World Trade Center Manila The Manila Foods and Beverages Expo is the yummiest get together of the pillars and amateurs of the food trade. All moved by the love of food, the show highlights current demands of food service and hospitality industry from

Basic Business Record Keeping Tips

Most entrepreneurs enter new ventures because they know something about products or retail or sales and marketing. Despite a burning passion for their new businesses, entrepreneurs will not succeed unless they learn to keep their financial records in order. Record keeping is considered by many entrepreneurs as one of the “least important” part of operating

How To Make Hopia Baboy

Water Dough Crust: 3 cups all purpose flour 1/3 cup sugar ¼ cup Pork lard, refrigerated ½ cup water 1 tsp food color either red or yellow Procedure: Blend flour and sugar and cut in lard. Add water gradually and the food color. Form into a dough, like ball and refrigerate for one hour. Oil

How To Make Diced Hopia

Dough: 3 cups All Purpose Flour 1/4 cup White Sugar 1/2 cup Vegetable Oil 3/4 cup Water 1/2 Cup Margarine, non-hydrogenated 1 tbsp Vanilla golden yellow food color Procedure: Combine all ingredients. Knead to form a dough. Equally divide the dough into 64 pieces . If you prefer, larger dice; just divide the dough into