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Straight back, look straight and stride! – A Correct Posture in Running

Straight back, look straight and stride! – A Correct Posture in Running
We know that running is one of the best form of exercise and that’s what I do for months now. I need to trim up to be fit and I choose running as my exercise. I was rushed to a nearby hospital recently due to nape pain and headache. I just experienced this right after my 5 kilometer run. I thought I was experiencing high blood pressure. Yes my blood pressure was a bit high when they checked. The doctor asked what was the last activity I’ve made before experiencing this pain. The Doctor checked and flexed my neck part and gave me some pain relievers and muscle relaxant and explained. The...
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Chef Robby Goco of Cyma at the Maya Kitchen this September

Chef Robby Goco of Cyma at the Maya Kitchen this September
This September 28 2013 at the Maya Kitchen, Chef Robby Goco will be demonstrating his culinary expertise. He’s the chef behind the Cyma Greek Taverna restaurant chains. This is going to be my second time to witness him again do his recipes and share his secrets in cooking. I’ve heard that Chef Robby had opened again his new restaurant. Green Pastures located at the 4th level east wing of Shangri-la Plaza Mall in Mandaluyong City. The Green Pasture restaurant features a unique farm to table cuisine featuring dishes that are created from all organic, local, original, with no antibiotics,...
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Buying The Right Rubber Shoes for Running

Buying The Right Rubber Shoes for Running
Running, jogging or brisk walking are the best exercises to lose weight and I’ve been doing running now for almost 2 months. I’ve been seeing some changes now because I run 3-5 kilometers every other day. But I guess there’s something wrong or a problem with my running. I’ve consulted some running enthusiasts regarding these concerns which are: My rubber shoes don’t last long, the soles often come off fast – laging nasisira kaagad. My ankle, heel and knees hurt sometimes after running My toes get callouses blisters A friend of mine, who’s a running enthusiast,...
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Chef Vicky Pacheco of Chateau 1771 Group of Restaurants at The Maya Kitchen This August “No Boarders Cuisine”

Chef Vicky Pacheco of Chateau 1771 Group of Restaurants at The Maya Kitchen This August “No Boarders Cuisine”
I know most of us here are familiar with some of Chateau 1771’s restaurants, cafes and bars. Chateau 1771 is a group of restaurants, bars and cafe composed of Chateau 1771, Cafe 1771, Sentro 1771, Wine Bar 1771, Side Bar and 1771 Elpueblo. Chef Vicky Pacheco, the Chief Operating Officer and Executive Chef of Chateau 1771 will be demonstrating this August 31, Saturday, 9am-1pm at the Maya Kitchen. She will be demonstrating signature dishes of each of the restaurant concept in the group. Lemon Chicken is crisp fried organic chicken leg nuggets coated with honey-lemon sauce from Chateau Salbacho...
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Mabuhay Palace of Manila Hotel at The Maya Kitchen this July

Mabuhay Palace of Manila Hotel at The Maya Kitchen this July
If you are familiar with Manila Hotel’s Chinese fine-dine Mabuhay Palace, this coming July 27, 2013 at the Maya kitchen, the Executive Chinese Chef, Chef Sun Bing and the Chinese Operations Manager and Executive Chinese Sous Chef Josephine Yu Tangaco-Candelaria will be showing some of their expertise in Chinese cuisine. About the Featured Chefs Chef Sun Bing graduated from Beijing Culinary School and worked at Beijing hotel after he graduated. He’s been in the Philippines since 1988 and worked for some well known hotels here in Manila. Aloha Hotel, Mandarin Oriental and The Manila Hotel....
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Kapampangan Way of Cooking at the Maya Kitchen

Kapampangan Way of Cooking at the Maya Kitchen
Ever tried Pampango style of cooking? For sure most of us had tasted Pampango dishes. But have have you experienced cooking Pampango recipes? If you are curious on how Pampango prepare their food, I think it’s high time for you to witness and taste on how the Pampangos cook! Pampangos – Native people from Pampanga. On June 29, at the Maya Kitchen, watch and learn on how to cook in Kapampangan style. The demo will showcase dishes with Tagalog and Pampango influences, all slow cooked and worth passing on down to the next generation. The cooking demo is entitled ‘Heritage Recipes of the Reyes...
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