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MAKAN A LA PINOY | Sinantolan ken ensalada a wombok

Daytoy inaramid ko itatta ket sabali gapu ta ready-made ti inusarko a buro a santol ken naapgad ti timplana. Isu a nagnayonak iti getta ti niog tapno sumam-it bassit ket mabalanse ti ramanna. Ingisak daytoy iti sibuyas, bawang, liempo ken sili a berde.

WEEKLY REFLECTION | Healing our land

“If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, pray, seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” — 2 Chronicles 7:14

WEEKLY REFLECTIONS | The spirit of EDSA

“If one of you wants to be great, you must be the servant of the rest; and if one of you wants to be first, you must be the slave of all. For even the Son of Man did not come to be served; he came to serve and to give his life to redeem many people.” – Mark 10:43-45

WEEKLY REFLECTION | Romantic love is part of God’s concern

“Love is patient and kind; it is not jealous or conceited or proud; love is not ill-mannered or selfish or irritable; love does not keep a record of wrongs; love is not happy with evil, but is happy with the truth. Love never gives up; and its faith, hope, and patience never fail.” – I Corinthians 13:4-7

MAKAN A LA PINOY | Pancit Cabagan

Daytoy ket pananglagip kenni Randy Malayao, ti napapatay a NDFP consultant a columnist ti Nordis. Ti inkarina iti naudi a panagpasiarna iti opisina ti Nordis ket ilutuannakami iti Pancit Cabagan tapno maramananmi ti agdindinnamag a naimas a lutona. Ngem saanen a natungpal daydi a kari.

WEEKLY REFLECTIONS | Jesus’ ethics of love

“You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your friends; hate your enemies.’ But now I tell you: love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” – Matthew 5:43-44

Artists sign manifesto against EJK

National Artists Ben Cabrera and Kidlat Tahimik joined Mae “Juana Change” Paner, cultural workers, writers, journalists and students in signing of a manifesto of Artists for Human Rights at the University of the Cordilleras.

Baliw, Baguio artists call for social change

Baliw is a wordplay on two meanings in Filipino and Ilokano. Baliw in Ilokano means change while it means crazy in Filipino. A month-long art exhibit that features emerging non-traditional art forms that looks into pressing political realities at Villa Romana, an inn along Ambuclao Road.

MAKAN A LA PINOY | Zucchini-mangga-letsugas ensalada

Ti zucchini (American) wenno courgette (British) wenno summer squash ket maysa a klase ti karabasa a mabalin a dumanon iti maysa a metro iti kaatiddogna no matangkenan. Ngem kadawyan a maburasen no naganus pay a kasla kadakkel ti pipino.