Here's a good place to start your meal plan­ning


Mak­ing meals from scratch is a great way to save money and con­trol what you eat through­out the week, but some­times our ven­tures in the kitchen don’t re­sult in cook­book-per­fect dishes. Still, home-cook­ing is worth the trou­ble, es­pe­cially when you want to eat health­ier and pre­vent food waste.

The best way to man­age plan­ning and mak­ing your own meals is to start small—maybe a three-day ro­ta­tion of dishes first—then im­prove as you go. An­other im­por­tant step is to cre­ate a bud­get plan for the week. How much are you will­ing to spend? The key here is to com­pare that with your daily meal bud­get when eat­ing out.

If you’re look­ing for a re­li­able part­ner for this task, All Day Su­per­mar­ket might just be the an­swer. With its of­fer­ing of qual­ity and af­ford­able items, do­ing your gro­cery shop­ping here will re­mind you to “Live to Eat.” It has ev­ery­thing you need for your meal-plan­ning, home-cook­ing, and more, with lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional pro­duce se­lec­tions that are strate­gi­cally or­ga­nized to make shop­ping a real plea­sure. All Day Su­per­mar­ket’s aisles pro­vide enough el­bow room for shop­pers to peruse through the va­ri­ety of food prod­ucts, tak­ing some of the usual has­sle away from gro­cery shop­ping.

The su­per­mar­ket is laid out in dif­fer­ent sec­tions, which in­clude The Win­ery for a cu­rated wine and deli se­lec­tion, In­ter­na­tional Food Stop, All­Nat­u­ral, and Gas­tro­ville. But one of the un­de­ni­able crowd fa­vorites is their Pa­luto, a Dampa-in­spired sec­tion where cus­tomers can get their pro­duce, pay for them, and then choose what dish they want served— sini­gang, adobo, grilled steak, and liempo. Those who are pressed for time can even have their din­ner cooked here as they shop so they can bring home a fresh and well-prepped meal for the fam­ily, mi­nus the has­sle on their gro­cery ad­ven­tures. All Day Su­per­mar­ket has branches in Libis, Las Piñas, C5 Ex­ten­sion Las Pi­nas, Taguig, Edsa-Shaw, Sta. Rosa, Bataan, Pam­panga, Daang Hari, and Kawit, as well as newly opened re­gional stores in Iloilo and Naga. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.all­

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