How to Make Garlic Mashed Potato

Chevys® Garlic Mashed Potatoes This easy-to-clone dish comes with many of the tasty entrees at the restaurant chain or can be ordered up, pronto, on the side. It’s a nice clone to have around since it goes well with so many dishes, Mexican or otherwise. Just give yourself the time to bake and cool the [&hellip

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Fujitsu launches next-gen fi-800R

Global image scanner market leader introduces compact, versatile scanner for the front office Fujitsu Philippines, Inc. announced today the launch of the fi-800R, a dramatically compact A4 versatile image scanner for front office use in the fi Series*1 lineup. “Fujitsu has been the global image scanner market leader for a decade*2. We are committed to [&hellip

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How to Make Lechon Paksiw (Pork Roast Leftovers in Sweet and Sour Sauce)

Lechon paksiw is a reinvented Filipino dish made from leftovers of the roast pig or lechon mainly around the ribs, legs and head. Here’s another recipe that you can add on your carenderia menu list. Lechon Paksiw Ingredients 1-3 lbs roast pork leftovers 6-12 cups water 1/2 cup cane vinegar (acetic acid) 1/3 cup soy [&hellip

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Allianz, LT Group launch project to plant 12 million trees

Lucio Tan III made clear his first order of business — a massive environmental sustainability project that aims to plant 12 million trees — together with the support of leading global insurer Allianz. Tan launched the Green Canopy Project, which is a reforestation project created by the late Lucio “Bong” Tan, Jr. under Two Degrees, [&hellip

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ARTOTEL GROUP SUPPORTS GREEN ENVIRONMENT THROUGH ‘’ARTOTEL EARTH’’

ARTOTEL Group once again presents its annual corporate social responsibility program – ARTOTEL Earth, previously known as ARTOTEL for Hope. Started in 2016, ARTOTEL for Hope is a series of social responsibility activities initiated by ARTOTEL Group which takes place every end of the year. The program is carried out in different ways, namely conducting [&hellip

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Retail Lending for Micro and Small Enterprises

DEVELOPMENT BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES (DBP) Head Office: Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue, cor. Makati Avenue, Makati City Program Title: RETAIL LENDING FOR MICRO AND SMALL ENTERPRISES Program Objectives: – To enhance micro and small enterprises’ access to credit through a simplified procedure and shorter turn around time. – To improve the DBP’s role in [&hellip

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How to Make Canned Rellenong Bangus

Canned rellenong bangus for business. If you want to earn more income, try this homemade canned rellenong bangus and sell to your friends, neighbors, food shops, and even supermarkets. Canned Rellenong Bangus (Palomares et al, 1978) Ingredients 700 grams Bangus 90 grams Tomatoes 15 grams Garlic 80 grams Onions 75 grams Red bell pepper 75 [&hellip

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Why a Business Has a Voluntary Recall Of a Product

Every day the Food and Drug Administration receives voluntary recalls from companies. Consumers have the option to sign up on their website to receive email alerts about product recalls. So, why would a company voluntarily recall a product? If no one has reported a problem, why would the company go out of its way to [&hellip

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Tanduay Continues Int’l Expansion with Presence in Guam

Tanduay, the world’s number one rum according to Drinks International, continues its aggressive international expansion. Most recently, the 165-year-old Filipino brand partnered with one of Guam’s leading spirits distributor, TITAN Imports, for its distribution in the U.S. territory. “We believe that the brand will grow in the state of Guam having a lot of Filipinos [&hellip

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With age, Filipinos request higher amounts of financing

The older customers become, the more financing they request when applying to fintech services. These are the findings of the financial holding Robocash Group based on the statistics of customer applications in Asia this year. In particular, with an increase of customers’ age by one year in the Philippines, there is a rise in the [&hellip

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