Monday, November 22, 2021

Classic Menudo Recipe | What’s Cooking | MarkMyName

Let’s cook classic style menudo. Favorite sa menu ng handaan. Iba iba ang recipe nito bawat lugar. Yung ibang recipe ng menudo may pasas at hotdog.

Kung hindi ka ganito mag menudo sa ordinaryong okasyon, salamat na lang sa pinagsamahan. Lalo na kung may pasas! Hahahaha anti-pasas sa pagkain movement. This recipe ay mahigpit na ipinagbabawal sa mga mahihilig sa kanin. Watch, like, save, share mo na at ipalaganap natin ang Classic Menudo. PS masarap din sa pandesal.

1lk pork cubed
1/4 kl pork liver
1 cup minced garlic
1 cup onions
2 cups tomatoes
2 cups soy sauce
1/2 cup vegetable oil
2tbsp tomato paste
2tbsp tomato paste
2 cups potato cubes
2 cups carrots cubes

  • Combine pork, garlic, onions, tomatoes, soy sauce, and vegetable oil.
  • Simmer on low fire for 20 min covered until pork is fully cooked.
  • add liver, minced potatoes, carrots, and bell peppers.
  • add half a cup of water and simmer covered for about 10 mins.
  • add tomato paste and tomato sauce
  • simmer for another 15 minutes until sauce is thickened.
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Thursday, November 11, 2021

Grahams Banoffee Pie | What’s Cooking | MarkMyName

Thinking of having extra income this holiday? Dahil staple sa bawat handaan ang dessert, try making this negosyo recipe, which your family and friends will surely love. Easy to do, mababa ang puhunan, and super convenient hanapin ang mga ingredients.
Thank Grahams Banoffee Pie using M.Y. San Crushed Grahams Honey.

Achieve ang pagiging expert sa dessert only with MYSanGrahams. Perfect for so many dessert recipes dahil hindi sobrang tamis and not too bland. Sobrang versatile and affordable pa!

For 12 servings
1 1/2 cups M.Y. San Crushed Grahams Honey
1 1/2 cups all-purpose cream, chilled overnight 
2 tbsp sugar
3/4 cups softened butter
prepared caramel
chocolate chips

Whip cold all-purpose cream until doubled in volume. Set aside.
Mix M.Y. San Crushed Grahams Honey with softened butter and sugar
Press mixture into a pie plate
Top the crust with layers of caramel and sliced banana
Top with prepared whip cream and garnish with chocolate chips

Ikaw, ano ang favorite M.Y. San Graham dessert mo?

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Monday, November 8, 2021

Glorious Blend Ice Tea No Sugar Added | PR Post | MarkMyName

PH’s 1st Stevia grower-manufacturer launches No Sugar iced tea mixes

GIDC, The Stevia Company, and maker of Glorious products, is bringing no sugar iced tea mixes in major supermarkets and groceries! Consumers who cuts on sugar in their diet can now enjoy low calorie, no sugar iced tea mixes that are sweetened by natural alternatives. 


Glorious Blend Lemon Iced Tea, Red Tea and Cucumber Lemonade that are sweetened iced tea mixes without sugarare especially produced for people who are cutting and avoiding food and drinks with too much sugar.


Glorious Blend iced tea mixes are naturally sweetened with stevia. The mixes are made from premium ingredients that include mixed berries, real black tea leaves, lemon, and real cucumber. It is low in calorie and loaded with vitamin C.


Stevia has been regarded as a safe and healthy sugar substitute. It can sweeten foods, and it has several health benefits, including decreased calorie intake, lower blood sugar levels, and less risk of cavities,” said Maura De Leon, the woman behind GIDC, the country’s first FDA registered stevia grower and manufacturer.


Before, stevia was restricted to the health food market without any FDA approval. However, it is now widely used as a natural substitute for artificial sweeteners in many products. 


While it has zero calories, stevia is 200 times sweeter than refined sugar and does not affect blood sugar. It is a popular option for people looking to lose weight but who want to reduce their sugar intake. 


Stevia is an herb that has been grown in tropical climates for centuries. It is a small bushy plant that belongs to the sunflower family and grows in Paraguay and Brazil, but it can be quickly grown elsewhere. For centuries, the people of Paraguay add them to their foods as sweeteners, and countries like Korea, Brazil, China, Japan, and South America, have long used stevia.


Stevia is now being widely used as a natural sweetener in various food preparations.


People who have diabetes can benefit from steviaChoosing pure stevia extract can help maintain normal blood sugar levels and should be used in moderation. Stevia can also help cut down added sugar consumption, which can be beneficial for children. High sugar intake in children could lead to heart disease due to reconstructing triglyceride and cholesterol levels, contributing to children's weight gain. Substituting added sugar for stevia can minimize these risks. At the same time, moderate consumption of foods with stevia and other sweeteners can prevent adverse side effects and promote overall health.


Stevia products such as iced tea mixes, healthy coffees and chocolate beverages manufactured by Glorious, are approved safe by the Food and Drug Association (FDA) for pregnant women or people who have diabetes. 


Incidentally, all Glorious Blend beverages -- from the 3in1coffee4in1 Malunggay mix, 5in1 Brown Rice Coffee, 7-in-1 Mangosteen-Malunggay Coffee7in1Native Cacao Choco and Maxitrim with L-Carnitine, use Stevia which has no calories, no carbohydrates, and zero glycemic index. All of their instant drinks will keep you alert and energized throughout the day. 


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Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Surviving the Pandemic with Cebuana Lhuillier Micro Savings | PR Post | MarkMyName

 Two mothers speak on how micro savings has become their 

dependable ally during these trying times

The uncertainties that came with the global health pandemic led to financial stress that altered the lifestyle of many Filipinos. For close to two years since the global COVID-19 pandemic started, many lost their jobs and had to make do with what little savings they have stashed away. 

A study titled, “State of Banking and Financial Wellness” commissioned by US-based research firm Forrester, indicated that more than half of Filipinos identified building their savings as one of their top concerns when it comes to personal finance. 

The desire to have money safely stashed when rainy days come, is one that is shared by every Filipino—regardless of stature in life or the money they earn. When COVID-19 hit, majority of Filipinos were left without a stable means of livelihood as the strict lockdown badly affected the economy, leading to a significant number of business closures and an uncertain future for those engaged in the gig economy. 

Stemming from its desire to push for financial inclusion for every Filipino, Cebuana Lhuillier Bank partnered with Cebuana Lhuillier, one of the country’s leading micro financial service providers, to introduce Cebuana Lhuillier Micro Savings in 2019. Cebuana Lhuillier Micro Savings provided Filipinos with an accessible and convenient means to save their hard-earned money by addressing the common barriers in saving, including lack of accessibility, the need for numerous documentary requirements, and the high cost of a starting and maintaining a balance.

“Our main priority is to be a one-stop shop for the micro financial needs of our kababayans. With our commitment of financial inclusion and mobility for everyone, Cebuana Lhuillier Micro Savings account is one of the great products we have created to empower many of our kababayans to save, regardless of their status in life,” Cebuana Lhuillier President and CEO Jean Henri Lhuillier said.

The promise of having money saved in times of need was what inspired Cebuana Lhuillier Micro Savings account holders Pillilia Pardo and Maria Luisa Luna to open a savings account and work hard to build a comfortable fund that they can rely on when needed. 

Pillilia Pardo, 79-year-old, sari-sari store owner from Las Pinas and a loyal micro savings account holder, dreams of imparting the value of savings to her children.

Pillilia, a 79-year-old sari-sari store owner in Las Pinas, makes sure to deposit a fraction of her daily earnings into her micro savings account. With her store located right beside the Cebuana Lhuillier Casimiro branch, she has become a daily fixture for the branch personnel who assists her on her everyday transactions.  

“Napakahalaga ng savings, kasi pag dumating ang pagkakataon na ikaw ay magigipit, kailangan mo ng pera. Kung mayroon kang ipon, anytime puwede ka makapag-withdraw,” shares the septuagenarian. When the pandemic hit, Pillilia used her micro savings account to augment her day-to-day expenses, which included medicines, food, utilities, and rent. When the lockdowns affected her store’s earnings, she was comforted by the fact that she did not have to resort to borrowing money in order to get by. “Hindi ka magsisisi kung nakapag-ipon ka…anytime nangailangan, nandiyan ang ipon ko. Mayroon akong magagamit,” she adds. 

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