Like most people, I love Eggs Benedict. Traditionally Eggs Benedict is served on a toasted English muffin with ham, a poached egg and hollandasie sauce. To make it Primed I have a few other versions for you to try.
I will start with the hollandaise sauce as it is the trickiest part of the recipe but quite easy once you have tried doing it a few times.
Continue reading Chad’s Primed Eggs Benedict 3-Ways
Besides the “Runner’s High” one of the joys of running is meeting and making friends with other runners. You get to meet some amazing people from all walks of life who are united in their love of running. You learn a lot from these inspiring individuals and we are delighted that Raul Concepcion aka Running Shield has passed on some marathon racing tips for us all for the first part of our series of Marathon Friend’s Running Tips.
Continue reading Marathon Friend’s Running Tips – Stay Positive – Raul Concepcion aka Running Shield
I remember racing when the main running races in Manila were the Yakult 10 miler, the Milo marathon and various small races at the University of the Philippines. The running scene has since exploded in the Philippines and is a very popular form of fun and exercise for millions of people.
Sometimes it is hard to get started with a new, healthy habit. If you do it wrongly you can do more harm then good. Here are some tips from a long time runner on how to get started safely and then keep going. You are never too young or old to start running along the road to better health.
Continue reading Running for Beginners: 5 Tips to get started
Ever since Natasha and I got into running we dreamed of joining the iconic Milo Marathon series. We had friends who had run the qualifying races and earned their right to a free marathon in December. That sounded good to us and I attempted to qualify in 2010 but missed out by 19 minutes when I ran 4:08:30.
Luckily we both qualified for the finals in 2011 and 2014. Every marathon gives you a different experience from which to learn.
Continue reading Qualifying for the 35th and 38th National Milo Marathon Finals – The His and Hers Story
Eating more nutritiously does not necessarily mean it will cost you more. Tuna and squash patties cost less than 20 pesos per pattie.
Canned tuna is a product most people have in their pantry and is often an emergency dish that is combined with rice. However, you can easily create Tuna and Squash Patties that are healthy and suitable for breakfast, snack, lunch or dinner. They are delicious by themselves and also goes well on top of a salad, with kimchi and pickled cucumbers.
Continue reading Cheap Eats That are Tasty and Healthy – Tuna and Squash Patties
Who doesn’t enjoy a nice buffet breakfast, lunch or dinner occasionally? I think most people enjoy this treat but are you doing it right? There is a way you can eat more without gaining more.
Continue reading The Secret to Buffet Eating Without Getting Fat
There will be two thousand plus triathletes jumping from the white sands of Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa into the crystal clear water this Sunday the 3rd of August for the Cobra Ironman 70.3Philippines.
Good luck, be safe and enjoy your race. The support from the Cebuanos is fantastic and it is a wonderful atmosphere in which to compete. Your friends and loved ones can follow you live through the Ironman website.
It does not matter if you were successful in gaining one of the 30 slots for the 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship or not. By putting yourself on the start line and giving it your best effort makes you a success already. Remember, there will always be next year.