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Get 20% OFF Apple Turnovers

Warm, gooey goodness, ready to be baked to perfection, with a crispy crust and a soft, apple compote-infused filling that will melt in your mouth. Have at it with our Apple Turnovers - now at 20% OFF for a limited time. Enjoy them on their own, or go all out with a scoop of ice cream or your favorite toppings, and serve them as a Valentine’s Day treat!

Apple Turnovers
Apple Turnovers
 ₱165 / 2 pcs
 NOW  ₱132 / 2 pcs

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Vina Esmeralda

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Romantic Breakfast for 2

Romantic Breakfast for 2


Staying home on Valentine’s Day? Here’s a romantic breakfast idea you can serve to start the special day right, sweet, and delicious!


1 pack of Apple Turnovers
2 slices of bread
Strawberry jam
Some mixed berries on the side
2 eggs, poached


Bake the turnovers according to instructions.
Toast the slices of bread.
Poach the eggs.
Top the toasted bread with a heart-shaped strawberry jam.
Take out two of your favorite big plates.
Place one baked pastry on each plate.
Add the two slices on one plate.
Add the two poached eggs on the other plate.
Place the berries in a bowl.
Arrange them on the table.
Add some Valentine's Day decor like a stem of red rose, some sprinkle of flower petals, or little red candles.

Salmon, the king of fish, is not only delicious but it is also a nutritional powerhouse that can be prepared in many ways. This article explores various recipes for cooking salmon, from classic dishes to creative options, healthy meals, and impressive presentations for special occasions. It also provides tips for perfect salmon and delicious side dishes.


Grilled salmon is a classic favorite that never disappoints. You can create a tangy citrus glaze by combining fresh lemon juice, orange zest, and a touch of honey.  

Baked salmon is also fantastic method. It allows the fish to cook gently in the oven, resulting in a moist and tender texture. Sprinkle aromatic herbs such as dill, thyme, or rosemary on top of the salmon before baking to add a burst of flavor.

For those who prefer a crispy exterior, pan-seared salmon is the way to go. You can achieve a beautiful golden crust while keeping the inside moist and flaky. Season the salmon with a blend of spices such as paprika, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper.

Creative Salmon Recipes

If you're in the mood for something a little different, try some salmon tacos. This twist on a classic dish combines the flavors of fresh salmon, tangy lime, and creamy avocado. Simply grill or pan-sear the salmon, flake it into bite-sized pieces, and stuff it into warm tortillas. Top with your favorite salsa, a squeeze of lime, or a sprinkle of cilantro for a blast of freshness.

Salmon burgers are another creative way to enjoy this nutritious fish. Combine ground salmon with breadcrumbs, egg, and a variety of seasonings to create a flavorful patty that is sure to be a hit! Serve it on a toasted bun with your favorite toppings, such as lettuce, tomato, and a tangy sauce, for a delicious homemade burger twist.

For a quick and easy weeknight meal, try salmon stir-fry sautéed with an array of colorful vegetables and tossed in a savory sauce, this dish is packed with flavor and nutrients. You can customize the stir-fry to your liking, by adding ingredients such as broccoli, bell peppers, and snap peas.

Healthy salmon recipes

If you're watching your calorie intake or simply looking for a lighter option, steamed salmon is a fantastic choice. Gently cook the fish with steam, you can preserve its natural flavors and nutrients. Serve it with a side of steamed vegetables and a squeeze of lemon for a simple yet satisfying meal. 

Another healthy cooking method is poaching. Poached salmon is cooked in liquid, such as water or broth, which helps to keep it moist and tender. You can infuse the poaching liquid with aromatic herbs and spices to add a depth of flavor. Once cooked, the salmon can be served warm or chilled, making it a versatile option for salads or sandwiches.

Speaking of salads, a salmon salad is a nutritious and refreshing meal option. You can create a bed of fresh greens and top it with grilled or baked salmon, along with a variety of colorful vegetables. Drizzle with a zesty dressing, such as lemon vinaigrette or creamy dill sauce, for a burst of flavor.

Salmon Recipes for Special Occasions

For those special occasions when you want to impress your guests, salmon Wellington is a show-stopping dish that is sure to wow! This elegant preparation involves wrapping a fillet of salmon in a puff pastry along with a flavorful filling, such as sautéed mushrooms and spinach. The result is a perfectly cooked salmon encased in a golden, flaky crust.

If you're looking for a recipe that combines sweet and savory flavors, citrus-glazed salmon is a winner. The tangy glaze made from a combination of fresh citrus juice, honey, and soy sauce adds a delightful balance to the richness of the fish. Simply brush the glaze on the salmon before baking or grilling for an explosion of flavor that will leave your taste buds wanting more.

For a touch of sweetness, maple-glazed salmon is a delicious option. The natural sweetness of maple syrup pairs perfectly with the savory flavors of the fish. Brush the salmon with maple syrup, Dijon mustard, and a hint of garlic, then bake or grill until caramelized. The result is a perfectly glazed salmon with a hint of smokiness.

Pairing Salmon with Delicious Side Dishes 

Roasted vegetables, such as asparagus, Brussels sprouts, or sweet potatoes, make a perfect accompaniment. The caramelized edges and tender texture of the vegetables add a wonderful contrast to the richness of the salmon.

Quinoa salad is another great option. The nutty flavor and fluffy texture of quinoa pair well with the natural richness of the fish. Toss cooked quinoa with a variety of diced vegetables, such as cucumber, bell peppers, and cherry tomatoes, and drizzle with a zesty dressing for a refreshing and satisfying side dish.

If you're in the mood for something a little more indulgent, lemon herb rice is a delicious choice. The bright flavors of lemon and herbs, such as parsley or dill, add a burst of freshness to the meal. Serve the salmon on a bed of fluffy rice and enjoy the combination of flavors and textures.


Salmon Recipes for Breakfast and Brunch

Salmon is not just for dinner—it can also be a delightful addition to your breakfast or brunch menu. For a classic breakfast option, try a smoked salmon bagel. Toast a bagel to perfection, spread with cream cheese, and top with thin slices of smoked salmon. Garnish with red onion, capers, and fresh dill for a delicious and satisfying morning treat.

Salmon omelet is also a great and quick go-to recipe. Beat eggs with a splash of milk, season with salt and pepper, and pour into a hot skillet. As the omelet begins to set, add flaked salmon, diced vegetables, and grated cheese. Fold the omelet in half and cook until the cheese is melted and the eggs are fully cooked.

For a truly decadent brunch option, salmon eggs Benedict is a crowd-pleaser. Toast an English muffin, and top with smoked salmon, a poached egg, and a generous drizzle of hollandaise sauce. Garnish with fresh herbs, such as chives or dill, for an elegant and flavorful dish that is sure to impress.


Tips for cooking salmon perfectly every time

Here are a few tips and tricks to achieve a moist and flaky result every time. First, be sure to remove the salmon from the freezer and let it come to room temperature before cooking. This will ensure even cooking and prevent the fish from drying out.

Second, avoid overcooking the salmon. The fish should be opaque and flake easily with a fork. Overcooked salmon can become dry and lose its flavor. Keep a close eye on the cooking time and adjust accordingly.

Lastly, don't be afraid to experiment with different flavors and seasonings. Salmon is incredibly versatile and can be paired with a wide range of ingredients. Whether you prefer a spicy Cajun rub or a delicate Asian-inspired marinade, the possibilities are endless!

So, put on your chef hat and embark on a culinary adventure. Happy cooking!

Snag 10% OFF 3 French Cheeses

Snag 10% OFF 3 French Cheeses

More cheese to crave with the new tasty trio set - treat your taste buds to these French cheese treasures: St. Maure Ashed Goat Cheese, Munster Cheese, and Boursin (Garlic & Herbs) - all at 10% OFF Brace yourself to an explosion of flavor that will have you saying "oui oui" with every bite!

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 NOW  ₱612 / 200 g
Goat Cheese St Maure - Ashed
Goat Cheese St Maure - Ashed
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Boursin (Garlic & Herbs)
Boursin (Garlic & Herbs)
 ₱445 / 150 g
 NOW  ₱400 / 150 g

Why not try one or three of them on the mini pastry delight? Get the 10-pack Mini Raisin Swirls, still at 20% OFF until this week only.

Mini Raisin Swirls
Mini Raisin Swirls
 ₱350 / 10 pcs
 NOW  ₱280 / 10 pcs

The creamy treats are also perfect to pair with different types of wine. Shop the Grand Wine Clearance Sale to save 15% on a fine collection while stocks last.

Cheese special runs until February 4 only.

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Chic Picnic Delights

> Chic Picnic Delights


On the rooftop, on the patio, or in the living room in front of the TV, picnic anytime you like with these gourmet delights. Pack them in a wicker basket lined with a chic gingham blanket for that extra touch of picnic panache!

1. Rosé -infused grape skewers with Boursin (Garlic & Herbs bites: Elegant finger food with a blush of pink.

2. Smoked salmon rolls with dill cream & cucumber: Sophisticated flavors nestled in cool, crisp wraps.

3. Mini quiche Lorraine tartlets: Bite-sized bites of buttery pastry and rich custard.

4. St. Maure ashed goat cheese & fig crostini: Rustic charm meets gourmet textures on toasted baguette slices.

5. Sparkling wine paired with berries of choice: A refreshing & vibrant alternative to sugary drinks.

6. Dark chocolate, Munster cheese, & almond biscotti: Sweet treats with a sophisticated crunch and a tangy twist, perfect for ending the feast.

In pursuit of the perfect prime ribeye, we're joining all steak lovers on a mouthwatering journey to unparalleled flavor. 


Cooking the perfect prime ribeye is an art that requires finesse and precision. From selecting the right cut to mastering the cooking techniques, every step plays a crucial role in achieving that tender, juicy, and flavorful steak that will have everyone asking for seconds. 


Here are some expert tips and tricks to discover the secrets to seasoning, marinating, and searing your prime ribeye to perfection. We'll also explore different cooking methods, from grilling to pan-searing, so you can find the technique that best suits your culinary preferences.


Let's unlock the secrets behind the art of perfectly cooked prime ribeye. Say goodbye to bland and overcooked steaks and hello to a dining experience that will impress your guests and will take your steak-cooking skills to new heights.


Selecting the perfect prime ribeye cut


When it comes to cooking the perfect prime ribeye, selecting the right cut of meat is crucial. Look for a well-marbled ribeye with a generous amount of fat running through the meat. The fat adds flavor and helps keep the steak tender and juicy during cooking. Opt for a prime or choice grade ribeye for the best results.


Next, consider the thickness of the steak. Aim for a ribeye of at least 1 inch thick to ensure even cooking. Thicker cuts are also more forgiving if you accidentally overcook the steak.


Finally, check the color of the meat. A bright red color indicates freshness, while a darker red color may mean the meat has been sitting for too long. Avoid ribeyes with a grayish tint, as this may indicate spoilage.


Remember, selecting a high-quality cut of meat sets the foundation for a perfectly cooked prime ribeye.


Preparing the prime ribeye for cooking


Before you start cooking your prime ribeye, it's important to properly prepare the steak. Start by taking the steak out of the freezer and allowing it to come to room temperature for about 30 minutes. This will help the steak cook more evenly.


While the steak is coming to room temperature, pat it dry with paper towels. This will remove any excess moisture on the surface, allowing for better browning during cooking.


Next, trim any excess fat from the edges of the steak, leaving a thin layer intact. This will help prevent flare-ups during grilling or searing. Be careful not to remove too much fat, as it adds flavor and moisture to the steak.

Finally, score the fat cap of the ribeye by making shallow cuts in a diamond pattern. This will help the fat render and crisp up during cooking, adding a delicious texture to the steak.


By properly preparing your prime ribeye, you'll set the stage for a mouthwatering culinary experience.


Seasoning and marinating techniques for maximum flavor


To elevate the flavor of your prime ribeye, seasoning and marinating are essential steps. While a simple sprinkle of salt and pepper can enhance the natural flavors of the steak, experimenting with different seasonings and marinades can take your culinary creation to a whole new different level.


For a classic flavor combination, create a seasoning blend using kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper, and garlic powder. Rub the seasoning mixture generously onto both sides of the steak, making sure to coat the edges as well. Let the seasoned steak sit at room temperature for about 10 minutes, allowing the flavors to penetrate the meat.


If you're looking to infuse additional flavors into your prime ribeye, consider marinating the steak. A marinade typically consists of an acidic component, such as vinegar or citrus juice, along with herbs, spices, and oils. The acid helps tenderize the meat while the other ingredients add depth and complexity to the flavor profile.


To marinate your prime ribeye, place the steak in a resealable plastic bag, and pour the marinade over it. Make sure the steak is fully submerged in the marinade and seal the bag tightly. Refrigerate the steak for at least 4 hours, but no more than 24 hours, to allow the flavors to meld.


Cooking methods: grilling, roasting, and searing


Now that your prime ribeye is perfectly seasoned or marinated, it's time to choose a cooking method that suits your preferences. There are several options to consider, each offering its own unique benefits and flavor profiles.


Grilling is a popular choice for cooking prime ribeye because it imparts a smoky flavor and creates beautiful grill marks. Preheat your grill to high heat and brush the grates with oil to prevent sticking. Place the steak on the hot grill and cook for about 4-5 minutes per side for medium-rare, or adjust the cooking time according to your desired level of doneness. Remember to let the steak rest for a few minutes before slicing to allow the juices to redistribute.


Roasting is another excellent cooking method for prime ribeye, especially if you're cooking for a larger group. Preheat your oven to a high temperature, around 450°F (230°C), place the seasoned or marinated steak on a roasting rack, and set inside a roasting pan. Cook the steak for about 15 minutes per pound, or until it reaches your desired internal temperature. Use a meat thermometer to ensure accuracy.


If you prefer a more hands-on approach, searing your prime ribeye on the stovetop is a great option. Heat a heavy-bottomed skillet or cast iron pan over high heat and add a small amount of oil. Place the steak in the hot pan and cook for 3-4 minutes per side for medium-rare. Finish the steak in a preheated oven at 400°F (200°C) for a few minutes to achieve the desired internal temperature.


Experiment with these different cooking methods to find your favorite way to cook the perfect prime ribeye.


Achieving the perfect internal temperature for your prime ribeye

The internal temperature of your prime ribeye is a crucial factor in achieving the perfect level of doneness. While everyone's preferences may vary, here are some general guidelines to help you achieve the desired result:


- Rare: 120°F (49°C) - 125°F (52°C)

- Medium Rare: 130°F (54°C) - 135°F (57°C)

- Medium: 140°F (60°C) - 145°F (63°C)

- Medium Well: 150°F (66°C) - 155°F (68°C)

- Well Done: 160°F (71°C) and above


Using a meat thermometer is the most accurate way to determine the internal temperature of your prime ribeye. Insert the thermometer into the thickest part of the steak, avoiding contact with bone or fat. Take the steak off the heat when it is a few degrees below your desired temperature, as it will continue to cook as it rests.


Remember, the internal temperature will rise by a few degrees during the resting process, so factor this in when cooking your prime ribeye.

Resting and carving the prime ribeye


Resting your prime ribeye after cooking is a crucial step that should not be overlooked. Resting allows the juices to redistribute throughout the steak, resulting in a more tender and flavorful final product.


Once your prime ribeye reaches the desired internal temperature, remove it from the heat and transfer it to a cutting board. Tent the steak loosely with aluminum foil and let it rest for at least 10-15 minutes. This resting period will ensure that the juices remain in the meat when you slice into it, rather than running out onto the cutting board.


When it's time to carve your prime ribeye, use a sharp knife to slice the steak against the grain into thin slices. This will help ensure tenderness and make it easier to chew. Serve the slices on a platter, and watch as your guests' eyes light up at the sight of perfectly cooked prime ribeye.

Pairing suggestions and serving ideas


Pairing your prime ribeye with the best side dishes and beverages can make your dining experience even more exquisite. Here are some suggestions to complement the rich flavors of your perfectly cooked steak:


- Classic sides: Creamy mashed potatoes, roasted vegetables, and a crisp garden salad.

- Sauces and condiments: Serve your prime ribeye with a side of horseradish sauce, chimichurri, or a red wine reduction for added flavor.

- Wine pairing: A full-bodied red wine, such as a Cabernet Sauvignon or Malbec, pairs beautifully with prime ribeye. For white wine lovers, a buttery Chardonnay can also complement the steak's richness.

Don't forget to consider your guests' dietary preferences and any specific flavor profiles you want to highlight when selecting your sides and beverages.


Expert tips for cooking the perfect prime ribeye


To further enhance your prime ribeye cooking skills, here are some expert tips to keep in mind:

1. Use a meat thermometer: This ensures that your prime ribeye reaches the desired level of doneness without overcooking.

2. Let the steak rest: Resting allows the juices to redistribute, resulting in a more tender and flavorful steak.

3. Experiment with seasonings and marinades: Don't be afraid to get creative and try different flavor combinations to find your favorite.

4. Invest in a quality grill or skillet: A well-made cooking surface can make a significant difference in achieving that perfect sear and flavor.

5. Practice makes perfect: The more you cook prime ribeye, the better you'll become at understanding the timing and nuances of achieving the ideal steak.


Remember, cooking the perfect prime ribeye is a skill that can be mastered with practice and a passion for culinary excellence.


So fire up the grill, preheat the oven, or heat up the skillet. It's time to embark on a journey to unparalleled flavor and create a dining experience that will leave you and your guests craving more. Enjoy!

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Mini Raisin Swirls
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 NOW  ₱280 / 10 pcs

Pop them in your bag for a mini pick-me-up, or have them at hand for breakfast bites, afternoon slump, evening sweets, or just because treats.

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Mini Raisin Swirl Wreath

Mini Raisin Swirl Wreath


2 packs of Mini Raisin Swirls
100 grams cream cheese, softened
2 tbsp Echire unsalted butter, softened
1/2 cup confectioners’ sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
4 tbsp whole milk


Bake the mini swirls according to instructions.
Mix cream cheese and butter in a bowl.
Add the confectioners' sugar.
Combine until smooth.
Add the vanilla extract and milk.
Mix into a drizzle consistency.
Add milk when necessary.
Arrange the baked swirls to form a wreath.
Top each swirl with the prepared mixture.
Add frozen rasberries on the side.


When it comes to food, quality is the key. If you're searching for the best butchery and deli for top-grade meat near you, look no further. Find the juiciest cuts in town here.


At, we understand the importance of enjoying the finest quality cut. From grass-fed beef to free-range poultry, explore an array of delectable options for every meat-lover's craving.


Whether you're a seasoned steak connoisseur or on the hunt for a mouthwatering roast, prepare to elevate your dining experience and satisfy your taste buds with the most succulent cuts available.


Rest-assured that the taste is superior and tenderness is guaranteed. 

Another benefit of buying meat from our shop is the opportunity to try different cuts and varieties that may not be readily available at your usual markets or supermarkets. We offer a wide range of options, including specialty cuts, unique breeds, and hard-to-find meats. This allows you to explore new flavors and expand your culinary horizons.


Understanding the different cuts of meat


Understanding the different cuts of meat is essential for making informed purchasing decisions and preparing delicious meals. Each cut has its own unique characteristics, flavors, and cooking methods. By familiarizing yourself with these cuts, you can choose the right one for your desired dish and ensure optimal flavor and tenderness.


1. Steak cuts: Steaks are typically cut from the loin, rib, or sirloin sections of the animal. Popular steak cuts include filet mignon, ribeye, and T-bone or Wagyu. These cuts are known for their tenderness and rich flavor. They are best cooked quickly over high heat, such as grilling or pan-searing.


2. Roast cuts: Roasts are larger cuts of meat that are ideal for slow cooking methods, such as roasting or braising. Common roast cuts include chuck roast, sirloin tip roast, and pork shoulder. These cuts are well-suited for meals that require long cooking times to break down tough connective tissues and develop deep flavors.


3. Ground meat: Ground meat is a versatile option that can be used in a variety of dishes, such as burgers, meatballs, and sauces. The fat content of ground meat can vary, so be sure to choose a leaner option for healthier recipes or a fattier option for juicier results.


4. Specialty cuts: We also offer specialty cuts that are not commonly found at the market. These cuts may include dry-aged steaks, specialty sausages and delis. These are often prized for their flavor and tenderness, making them a great choice for special occasions or when you want to elevate your cooking.


Recipes and cooking tips


Choosing the best cuts of meat can sometimes feel like a daunting task, especially with the wide variety of options available. Here are some tips to help you select the perfect cuts for your culinary creations:


Consider the cooking method: Different cuts of meat require different cooking methods to achieve the best results. For example, tender cuts like filet mignon are well-suited for quick cooking methods, such as grilling or pan-searing, while tougher cuts like chuck roast benefit from slow cooking methods to break down the connective tissues and develop flavors.


Inspect the color and marbling: When choosing meat, look for cuts that have vibrant color and marbling. Vibrant color indicates freshness, while marbling (intramuscular fat) contributes to tenderness and flavor. Avoid meat that appears discolored or has excessive fat and connective tissue.


Remember, selecting the best cuts of meat is a matter of personal preference. Experiment with different cuts and cooking methods to discover your favorites and unleash your inner culinary artist.

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