Pan de Lechon! anyone?


Along Sumulong highway at the corner of San Jose street in the city of Antipolo, Rizal, lies a somewhat, ordinary bakeshop but wait till you get closer to its bread … Just like other bakeshop found in every barrangay in metro manila, Domalon Bakeshop sells different types of bread that could relieve your hungy stomach. … Continue reading

Suman making and Kasoy in Antipolo City


One of my favorite! Suman! and when we look for suman? We definitely find it in Antipolo City! Suman has been popularly known in Antipolo as “Pasalubong” or present to friends or love ones specially for tourist and first timers or even people who usually visits the place. But did you know that Suman production … Continue reading

The Door to the New Millennium – Pinto Art Gallery


Hidden Museum at the heart of Antipolo, Rizal. The Pinto Art Museum gives a big contribution to popular Arts and Culture of Antipolo, Rizal. Did you know that Antipolo City is consider one of the artist hub here in the Philippines. By the way PINTO is pronounce as PINTO(DOOR)  and not Pinto (Sam Pinto, gets?) … Continue reading

Chinese Dimsum in Brgy. Baesa, Q.C. despite Typhoon Mina


The last of the Nego-Asenso training program was held on August 27 at Brgy Baesa. As compared to the two previous Nego-Asenso events, this was attended by fewer participants due to Typhoon Mina. There were only less than a hundreds present during the whole afternoon. The program started late at 11:30am as the technical equipments … Continue reading

Basic Meat Processing in Brgy. Sangandaan, Q.C.


Another successful livelihood training seminar was staged last August 21 at Sangandaan Brgy covered court in Quezon City. In attendance were around 200 participants mostly residents from Brgy Sangandaan. Others came from nearby baranggays who wanted to learn from the topic on hand. The program started at 10am hosted again by Mr. Rodel Flordeliz and … Continue reading