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Savor Delectable JoyRide! Bowls at Mercato Centrale BGC, Taguig

by 10:36:00 AM


NutriAsia recently relaunched JoyRide!, a mobile food venture in a form of pop-up booth at Mercato, Centrale, BGC, Taguig. JoyRide! was launched last 2017 as a mobile food truck that visited favorite foodie destinations in Metro Manila. With  the relaunch that kicked off last September 4, NutriAsia want to continue its commitment in providing foodies a “Masarap Masaya” moments while letting foodies enjoy savory, convenient and innovative dishes in a bowl.




NutriAsia collaborated with Chef Jonvic Mangibin, co-owner of Fresh Fuel, a company that customizes and delivers meals for people with active lifestyles. Chef Mangibin is also the CEO of the MV Group, which specializes in food and beverage consultation, operation and management.


JoyRide! pop-up booth at Mercanto Centrale BGC
With the new JoyRide! Chef Mangibin and NutriAsia introduced new set of complete meals in a bowl. Each meal is composed of Main Dish, Starch, Veggies and Sauce that were made more savory and flavorful with NutriAsia products such as Datu Puti, UFC, Golden Fiesta, Jufran, Mang Tomas and Big Crunch.



JoyRide! Location

 Mercato, Centrale, BGC, Taguig



How to get there







From MRT EDSA GUADALUPE

• Ride a Jeepney with Gate 3 - Guadalupe route. Fare costs P10.50
• Alight at Mckinley Parkway
• Walk towards 25th Street/ Mercato Centrale

From SM Aura Premier

• Ride a Jeepney with Forbes Park- Pasay Road route. Fare costs Php 9.00
• Alight at Mckinley Parkway
• Walk towards 25th Street/ Mercato Centrale

Via BGC Bus (Lower West Express Route)

• Alight at Mckinley Parkway
• Walk towards Mercato Centrale.
• Fare costs Php 13.00.
• Bus Schedule:
Monday to Sunday 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Night Route 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM


JoyRide! Bowls


• Creamy Tofu Sisig with Roasted Veggies and Bahay Kubo Rice, Php 150


If you are craving for a healthy type of Sisig, Creamy Tofu Sisig will definitely satisfy your palate. The tofu is cooked perfectly and seasoned well to taste like sisig. The vegetables on the other hand are al dente .


• Pork Tonkatsu with Baked Sweet Potato and Coleslaw, Php 190


The pork tonkatsu is well marinated and has a savory breading. The coleslaw on the other hand is creamy and the baked sweet potato is cooked perfectly.

• Crispy Fried Chicken with Buttered Corn and Carrots and Steamed Rice, Php 150


Like the pork tonkatsu, the crispy fried chicken is well marinated, has a flavorful and crispy breading while the buttered corn and carrots provides additional flavors to the dish.

• Steak and Greens with Garlic Aldai, Php 260



A Must Try! Steaks and Greens has perfectly cooked, tender and juicy steak and the garlic aldai perfectly match the latter. 

• Fish and Chips with Fresh Salad, Php 150


Fish and Chips on the other hand has a flavorful crispy breading with juicy fish and perfectly cooked sweet potatoes with refreshing salad.


• BUILD YOUR OWN BOWL


JoyRide! offers Build Your Own Bowl. Wherein you can start your food venture by following 4 easy steps:

1. Choose Your Mains - consist of grilled, fried or sisig style meat and veggies. 



2. Choose Your Starch- includes baked or fried sweet potato, rice and aldai.




3. Choose Your Veggie - compose of corn and carrot, fresh salad, roasted veggies, wilted greens and coleslaw




4. Choose Your Sauce - finish your meal by adding your favorite sauce like UFC Banana Catsup, Mang Tomas, gravy, sriracha aioli, garlic aioli, kare kare, teriyaki, sweet and sour, ceasar dressing, red egg salsa and honey mustard.




JoyRide! Bowl's p
rice starts at Php 150.00.


JoyRide! is open from Wednesday to Saturday, 6:00 PM to 3:00 AM. This coming Mid-October, foodies can also savor JoyRide! bowls at Mercato Centrale Glorietta every Thursday and Friday 4:00 PM to 2:00 AM.





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Beauty Fades, But Memories Last Forever: Reliving Memories With A Photobook

9:12:00 AM
Everyone has fond memories of those
simple feel-good days with a special
participation of photo albums

Precious memories and stories through photo book. (photo credits to milkbooks.com)


Those moments when we're all curled
up around our grandmother (or grandfather
or anyone with the title of grand in the
family) with the family's ancient-looking
photo album on her lap. You know a wave
of nostalgia's about to hit you in the heart
once the rich tales of your family start
rolling in from your grandma's lips. 

Or perhaps you want to share with
your family or friends the mementos of
your first overseas travel.
You want them to feel the same
euphoria you felt when you saw those
places you've only seen in
dreams and books for the first time.
Or share with them how you mingled with
the locals and even your funny encounters
with fellow travelers. So you pull your travel
photo book and start the storytelling.

Memories kept on a photo book that is best shared with family, relatives and friends.  (photo credits to milkbooks.com)

We could go and list every memory
we had with photo books, but one
thing's for sure: it has built the
way for tales to be parted, for
relationships to be built, and for
memories to be shared. These are
things that modern technology will never
beat, no matter how advanced they
grow in time.

It's unfortunate to think that these
kinds of memory will continue as
a memory alone and not as some sort
of tradition. When you ask
people what a photo album is
nowadays, all they'll give you is a
confused look at first, then an "Ah, you mean
a Facebook album?" response.

It's also kind of sad how smartphones
and technology had kicked out the magic
of reliving these memories as compared
to printed photos.

Captured memories are still best rekindle through photo books instead of browsing it on Facebook Albums or smart phones.  (photo credits to milkbooks.com)


Sure, you can store a bountiful of photos
on your phone and still not run out of spaces
for future memories. But if I ask you
today if you've revisited your photos on
your phone's gallery and do nothing else
but view pictures, would you be able to
answer yes?

Let's face it. Smartphones are made to
make our lives easier, but they distract
us from the little things in life that give
us joy. Even when you find the desire to
revisit your photos on your phone, there's
a 95% chance you'd click on the first FB or
IG notification that pops on your phone. 

Then, later on, you end up deep on
Facebook, laughing at memes, or watching
YouTube videos. You end up forgetting the
main reason you picked up your phone - to
reflect on some memories with your photos.

But that's not the only thing you're missing
out. With modern devices today, the only
thing your hands get to feel is the cold
screen of your phone, or the lifeless mouse
of your computer when browsing through
your photos. The shower of emotions that
your photos should evoke doesn't come to you. 

It's like a frustrated painter trying to touch
a blank canvas in hopes of inspiration
coming through like a eureka moment. 

But when we see these photos in their
physical forms, we're immediately transported
back to that moment. 

Physical photos can provide different emotions rather than those stored on mobile phones or on social media.  (photo credits to milkbooks.com)


It's the same feeling we crave when we
prefer our books to tell us stories we like
to read instead of the eBooks stored on
your Kindle. Or when you prefer to give your
old vinyl a spin instead of blasting music from
your Spotify playlist on your speakers. 

Photo books are the closest physical
version we can get to traveling back
in time and reliving those memories.
We can't turn back time in the real
world (unless you're Hermione with a
time turner), but at least we can in
our minds and hearts. 

Photo books have brought us a
wave of joy, nostalgia, and even hope.
Don't deprive yourself of the opportunity
to go back in time and find inspiration and
bliss from the best parts of your life. It's
just photos, but it still makes a difference,
no matter how small that is. 

We all crave for even a pint of happiness
today, so why not treat yourself to a book
full of your best memories? You'll always
appreciate a good moment of reminiscing
the old times, whether with friends or family. 

Go ahead. Collect your best photos and
turn them into a photo book. There's plenty
of photo book vendors online like
MILK Books. It all falls down to the kind
of memories and stories you want to tell. 

Reuse, Refill and Upcycle with NutriAsia’s B.Y.O.B

by 2:17:00 AM


NutriAsia, one of the leading producer and distributor of sauce, condiments and cooking oil in the Philippines, recently launched their sustainable environmental advocacy called B.Y.O.B or Bring Your Own Bottle.






B.Y.O.B encourages Filipinos to reuse bottles such as mineral bottles, juice or soft drinks bottles and used NutriAsia bottles by refilling the former with NutriAsia condiments such as Datu Puti Soy Sauce and Vinegar, UFC Banana Catsup and cooking oil, particularly, Golden Fiesta Soya, Corn, Canola and Palm Oil.






B.Y.O.B REFILLING MECHANICS







1. Check if the bottle is allowed for refilling.





  •        Containers and bottles that are allowed are:

o   Mineral Water Bottle
o   Juice and  soft drinks bottle
o Bottles used as container of same NutriAsia Products






  •         Containers and bottles should be:

o   Clean with lid or cap
o   Dry
o   Safe to be used for food products


2. Register.


3. Refill your desired product. Minimum refill is 200 grams while maximum is 2 KG.

·        

  •      NutriAsia participating products are:

o   Datu Puti Soy Sauce
o   Datu Puti Vinegar
o   UFC Banana Catsup
o   Golden Fiesta Palm Oil
o   Golden Fiesta Soya Oil
o   Golden Fiesta Canola Oil
o   Golden Fiesta Corn Oil




4. Weigh your bottle and pay.










Aside from reusing bottles, NutriAsia also promote upcycling by persuading Filipinos to donate plastic material such as empty sachets and snack packs, plastic utensils and bottles. These plastic material will be transformed to bags and furniture such as tables, chairs, lamps and even chandelier.





All proceed and donations of NutriAsia’s B.Y.O.B will be given to GAT Andres Bonifacio High School in Taguig City. With this project they are eyeing to provide at least 300 chairs to said school.





NutriAsia set up a pop-up store outside The Mind Museum. The Mind Museum is located at J Y Campos Park, 3rd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. NutriAsia’s pop-up store serves as the refilling station and drop-off point for plastic materials.





The pop-up store itself is eco-friendly. Most of the materials used to build the store is made out of eco-bricks. Eco-bricks are made from mixture of cement and shredded plastic. These bricks came from Arca South Hub, which is a project of Arca South, Green Antz and Ayala Land Inc.





NutriAsia’s B.Y.O.B pop-up store is available from July 30 to September 12, Monday to Sunday, 12NN to 8PM.






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