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Yogurt Making @ Kukuk's Nest North

Posted by maria beltran on January 4, 2011 at 5:53 PM Comments comments (0)

Lawrence Diggs Jr. makes yogurt at home. It is cheap, easy, fun and economical. And there's something gratifying about making a cultured food product of your own, without preservatives, thickeners and other additives that most store-bought yogurts have.


This Saturday, January 8 @ 1 pm, he will conduct an intimate workshop at the Kukuk's Nest North in Talamban. Since yogurts take some time to grow and multiply, the intimate workshop will resume on Sunday too and voila! we can have a yogurt tasting session in the afternoon. Yogurt tasters are most welcome too.:D


This is open to the public but it will be best if you contact us at mobile number 09192523582 or 09234699927 so you can reserve a seat. The best thing about this method is that it is designed at a very minimal cost so that every Filipino can enjoy home made yogurt anytime.


Learn more about yogurt here





Lapunti Arnis de Abanico @ Kukuk's Nest North

Posted by maria beltran on December 22, 2010 at 12:09 PM Comments comments (0)

Students of Lapunti Arnis de Abanico from Luxembourg will be arriving in Cebu City on the first week of January 2011 staying until the 25th. They will all be billeted at Kukuk's Nest North with Grandmaster Raoul Gianuzzi to train with Supreme Grandmaster Ondo Caburnay .


GM Raoul studied Lapunti Arnis de Abaniko with Supreme GM Ondo since 1993. He stayed in the country for three years to learn the Filipino martial arts and have continued to do so until now. He has an extensive background in martial arts, having studied in Japan and China under various masters. Today, he runs a progressive martial arts school in Luxembourg and France that offers the Lapunti Arnis de Abaniko brand of martial arts. 


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Arnis is a deadly form of Filipino self-defense, which basically uses the garote; usually rattan sticks as the main weapon and as extension of the hands. This is done to maximize reach and power. The bare hand (which is usually the left) is used as necessary support to the right hand in the absence of another stick or dagger. In other styles, two sticks or swords are used. Otherwise, empty hands may also be used as effectively as when there are weapons.Check our photo gallery for some pictures of the grandmasters. 


Learn more about Lapunti Arnis de Abaniko here