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Father’s Day Gift Ideas: 10 Things Dads Really Like!

By Noel Salazar / June 13, 2022

Last month we gave you gift ideas for Mother’s Day. For this month (and this blog post), since it’s the time of the year for the men in our lives (this coming Sunday, June 19), we’ll be talking about Father’s Day gift ideas!  We know it can be hard to think of a gift because […]

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Your Success and The Bailiwick Academy

By Steph Cueva / February 17, 2021

How to be successful in life? This is probably the most asked question by almost everybody.  To some, success means wealth, power and fame. Others may gauge their success when they  reach and fulfill their dreams. We all have different views on what success is and all these are certainly valid.  Well, simply because each […]

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Online Class: Contemporary Boiled Icing

By Rambo Sinfuego / September 8, 2020

It’s Nice to be Back Hey dear readers and Bailiwickers! It’s nice to be back with this boiled icing class but before that, is everything fine with all you guys? I sure hope so. So, the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) was recently lifted, and we’re back once again to the General Community Quarantine (GCQ) […]

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How to start and succeed in Amigurumi

By RM Javines / April 8, 2018

Amigurumi is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting stuffed yarn creatures. The word is a combination of the Japanese words ami (knitted) and nuigurumi (Stuffed doll). It has gained recent popularity due to the Kawaii (cute and adorable) culture Japan has brought to the US and the rest of the world. Now that you […]

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A basic guide to Pinoy Breads

By RM Javines / March 28, 2018

The local Panaderia has been a community landmark for generations. It started out as a Royal bakeshop of the Spanish Government catering to our Spanish Colonizers who missed the breads they had from their motherland. Now, every morning ordinary people line up to purchase the timeless classic the Pan De Sal (bread of salt) served […]

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Why is the guitar the most popular instrument?

By RM Javines / March 25, 2018

We Filipinos are very musically inclined people. Its in our DNA to excel in music and we have conquered the world in terms of our talent. That is why, at such at an early age, most parents nurture the talent of music by letting their kids learn their first instrument. And most likely, it’s the […]

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What is Umami? The 5th basic taste

By RM Javines / March 21, 2018

What are the 5 basic tastes? We were taught as kids that there were four major tastes (sweet, sour, bitter and salty). But there is this mystery flavor that nobody had a name for it yet. There were certain foods like a well cooked and season steak or a very dense broth that you tasted […]

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Types of cream

By RM Javines / March 18, 2018

Milk is a very versatile ingredient and we have discovered lots of ways to process this for our regular consumption. From butter, cheese, and the topic of this blog. Cream-which is a dairy product that is composed of the higher layer of the butterfat component that accumulates at the top surface of un-homogenized milk.  This […]

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Kinds of Icing- Part 2

By RM Javines / March 14, 2018

Hope you enjoyed the  last article of different kinds of icing and hungry for more types of Icing. We’re down to the last four so here are the different kinds of spreadable icing/s. Whipped Cream The simplest of the icings. This usually show up on most DIY and no bake cakes. All you need is some […]

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Different Kinds of Icing-Part 1

By RM Javines / March 11, 2018

Part of the joy of baking is that you get to express your artistic side by making decorative toppings on your creations. Cake-making has made this into an art form and competitions are held everywhere that critiques not only the kind of cake you make but also the beauty and elegance of the icing you […]

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