Friday, December 14, 2012

The Reyes Barbecue Cookbook: Frank’s Sauces Recipe Collection

This Christmas, spread the joy with a unique gift for friends and loved ones. Give them a limited edition Frank’s Sauces Cookbook from Reyes Barbecue, featuring new and exciting recipes developed through a collaboration between Reyes Barbeque founder Frank Reyes and upcoming chef, Chef Meg Pilares.

The collection features contemporary recipes that are perfect for this holiday season using Reyes Barbecue’s famous Peanut, Pica Pica, Teriyaki, Caramel, Barbecue Marinade and Atchara sauces.

“They are so easy to follow, even my Yaya Mary can make them!” said Mitos Camahort, a food business owner and president of Image Dimension, ad agency.

The Frank’s Sauces Recipe Collection is exclusively available at participating Reyes Barbecue stores starting this December 2012. This limited edition cookbook is specially priced at P100. Various gift packages combined with individual Frank’s Sauces are also available starting at P165 only!

Visit Reyes Barbecue participating stores now!

Participating stores : SM Mall of Asia, SM Marikina, SM Bicutan, SM Las Pinas, SM Marilao, SM Clark, SM Tarlac, SM Pasig, Greenbelt 1, Alabang Town Center Food Court, UP Ayala TechnoHub, Nuvali Evozone, Pavilion Mall Sta Rosa, Robinsons Galleria, Robinsons Magnolia Food Court, Robinsons Lipa, Venice Piazza McKinley Hill, Waltermart Makati, Cash & Carry Mall Food Court, 168 Mall Food Court 3/F, 168 Mall Food Court 5/F Phase 5, Shangri La Mall Food Court, Emerald Mansion, Pacific Star Building Makati, Puregold Shaw.

For customer feedback, inquiries, and information, please visit www.reyesbarbecue.NET, email, text 09178684306 or call 7257502.

Barbecue. Peanut Sauce. Java Rice. Best way to go!

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Sweet Gastronomic Experience at Sweet Bella Cafe

The success of the 1st Sweet Bella Café store led to another soon to be successful 2nd store in Greenbelt 5.

Sweet Bella Café owner, Cristina Santiago-Rivera (daughter of Melo Santiago, renowned restaurateur behind Melo’s Steakhouse) cooks up additional dishes in her menu for the 2nd store in Greenbelt 5.

The menu offers a gastronomic experience from start to finish. Let me show you what I’m talking about. 

Sweet Beginnings of Sweet Bella Café

Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first. – Ernestine Ulmer

Everybody loves dessert. Period. Some people even prefers dessert over the main course. As a child, I began to like chocolates as a prize and something I should work hard for. The story of Sweet Bella starts with Cristina Santiago-Rivera and her passion for creating the most desirable dessert anyone can imagine. 

Cristina “Tin Tin” Santiago-Rivera is an accomplished pastry chef and a very loving mother. She graduated from California Culinary Academy in San Francisco, USA and came back to Manila to follow the footsteps of her Dad, Melo Santiago, the renowned restaurateur behind Melo’s Steakhouse.

Sweet Bella Cafe, named after her only daughter, Isabella, began as a home based dessert bar in 2006. Since then, her fervour in making only the most delectable desserts and unforgettable experience to the palate led to the inception of Sweet Bella Desserts, now known as Sweet Bella Café.