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MAKAN ALA PINOY | Irish Coffee

Naisar-ongkami ken ni lakay ken dagiti kakabsatna iti Mario’s tapno iselebrar ti panagkasangay ni ipagko. Nagorderkami iti beef steak ta kasla saanka a napan ditoy a restaurant no saanka a mangan iti agdindinnamag nga steak ken Mario’s Caesar salad. Adda iti menu-da ti Irish coffee isu a daytoy ti inorderko a drink, maibagay iti panawen a nalammin.

Ucab folk struggle to survive

After Typhoon Ompong, news on the tragic landslide, the relief and assistance from government and private institutions and the DENR’s closure order field the the airwaves. Two months after the disaster, the people of Itogon continue to face the hardships brought not only by Ompong but by the national government’s lack of comprehensive action to resolve the people’s safety and economic wellbeing. These are some of their day-to-day struggles to survive that remain unknown to the public.

MAKAN ALA PINOY | Herbed chicken fillet

Daytoy ti kabiitan ken kasimplean a luto ti manok. Mabalin met nga aramiden daytoy iti naiw-iwa wenno sliced tuna ken dadduma pay a fillet karne, ikan wenno lames.

WEEKLY REFLECTIONS | Giving due respect and appreciation to church workers

“But we request of you, brothers and sisters, that you appreciate those who diligently work among you, and have charge over you in the Lord and give you instruction, and that you respect them very highly in love because of their work. Live in peace with one another.” – 1 Thessalonians 5:12-13

WEEKLY REFLECTIONS | Giving due respect and appreciation to church workers

“But we request of you, brothers and sisters, that you appreciate those who diligently work among you, and have charge over you in the Lord and give you instruction, and that you respect them very highly in love because of their work. Live in peace with one another.” – 1 Thessalonians 5:12-13