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GULAY is a Filipino vegetarian recipebook series written by the best-selling author Nona Lema. It is so aptly named because ‘gulay’ in the Filipino language means ‘vegetable’. This recipe book series comes from the Philippines, a beautiful country in Southeast…read more

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GULAY is a Filipino vegetarian recipebook series written by the best-selling author Nona Lema. It is so aptly named because ‘gulay’ in the Filipino language means ‘vegetable’. This recipe book series comes from the Philippines, a beautiful country in Southeast…read more

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Gulay is a Filipino vegetarian recipebook series written by the best-selling author Nona Lema. It is so aptly named because ‘gulay’ in the Filipino language means ‘vegetable’. This recipe book series comes from the Philippines, a beautiful country in Southeast…read more

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'Gulay' is a Filipino vegetarian recipebook series written by the best-selling author Nona Lema. It is so aptly named because ‘gulay’ in the Filipino language means ‘vegetable’. This recipe book series comes from the Philippines, a beautiful country in…read more

The Hero

by Nona Lema

|March 27, 2016

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Artemio Mirasol was born in the village of Sapang Banatas, Laiban, Tanay, Philippines in 1945 towards the end of the Second World War. After 32 years he comes back to tend the land he inherited from his father. According to Artemio’s mother Sela, his father…read more

Misty Morning

by Nona Lema

|February 11, 2016

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The story is set in 1621 in San Roque, Cavite, Philippines (at that time called ‘Islas de Filiinas’ by the Spanish colonizers) during the Manila-Acapulco galleon trade.Teresa, a young 17-year old Filipino indio woman, married to Tomas, a young 21-year old skilled…read more