If you love to travel and you continuously seek new experiences, so it’s time to start a Sicilian adventure. The Land of Sunshine beckons and you must heed the call! You will enjoy the sun and will be enthralled by the landscape, but you will definitely fall in love with the food. With 3000 years of history and interracial mixing, you will discover that visiting Sicily for the food is an entirely unique undertaking. And one that will truly satisfy.  For the best lodgings for your upcoming food trip  and the for the most reliable Sicily holiday guide, you can check online.

Sicily’s cuisine is deeply rooted on and characterized by their surroundings and the matrix of cultures that have set food on the land. As such, there is a certain sense of identity separating them from others as well as a regional pride undoubtedly distinctive. The culinary result of these mixing of diverse cultural and historical influences is now evident in the extraordinary dishes prepared by present-day Sicilians. From the Greeks to the Arabs, the Normans and even the Spanish, the rich legacy of these cultural influences, together with the fertility of their soil, have created a delicious Sicilian cuisine that both locals and foreigners alike enjoy today.


It's that time of the year again! Travel and food bloggers from different cities in the country are flying to Davao city for the most anticipated blogging event - Davao Food Appreciation Tour. Now on its eight year, #DFAT2015 is bigger and more fun! Chic Foodies will be one of the bloggers who will explore the beauty of Davao's home-grown restaurants and other food establishments.


Update from our #EatFlyBlog adventure with Air Asia Philippines:


"Now, everyone can fly with @AirAsiaPH  And onboard passengers can also enjoy their tasty #AirAsiaHotMeals  Save big when you pre-book for these delightful meals online. Flying has never been this fulfilling!  #EatFlyBlog @AirAsiaPH #DBSinCebu"
Marco Polo Davao launches its second wave of the Chinese Chef series with Chef Yeung Kwan Cheng who will be showcasing some finest Cantonese dishes at the Lotus Court from April 16-21, 2015.

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In any family household, the kitchen is your most hard-wearing, and hard-worn, room. No time is this more true than at Christmas, when the wrangling of the turkey into the oven becomes everyone’s business (that is, until it’s time to tackle the dishes). So how do you fend off the onslaught of muddy footprints, the blizzard of scattered pastry flakes and the endless food preparation that comes with having the family round? Read on for some top household hacks.


When the family arrives

Coffee tables are great for utilising at Christmas, leave out some snacks and starters on them to keep guests in the living room and out of the kitchen (and your hair). Save your surfaces by deploying pretty Christmas trays and table runners – they’re in stores in abundance this year, and will protect your furniture from sticky marks and permanent rings. If you do get a damp mark on the wood, a quick blast from the hairdryer will restore order. You might need to source extra seating around the table for dinner, so if you don’t have matching chairs, buy some Christmas hat chair backs for an instant, uniform look which will delight any little ones in tow.
Christmas is just around the corner! Indeed, it's the season of giving and sharing. To show some love to their loyal shoppers, Lamido has come up with a Black Friday Sale which will run from December 1 to 12, 2014. This is the biggest online sale at Lamido Buy and Sell where you can get a chance to win exciting prizes and get great items at discounted prizes.