While the countdown to Christmas started way back in September, most people are sure to prepare for the festivities when the day is almost upon them, both due to lack of time, and also to ensure that ingredients are fresh.
However, it can also help for families to plan early, to make sure that preparations are not wasted. After all, aside from increased competition between shoppers for ingredients for Noche Buena staples, there are also traffic, long lines, and other inconveniences that come with the holidays.
One way that homemakers can cut down on holiday preparations is to go to the "What’s For Noche Buena?" website.
Knorr and Lady's Choice partnered with Honestbee, Robinsons, and Panlasang Pinoy to create this one-stop website.
Featuring recipes for Pinoy favorites and easy how-tos, the website shows how a tasty, festive spread can be easily put together without sacrificing quality time with loved ones. The convenient cooking information and delivery service can also ensure that everyone gets to fully enjoy the holidays by cutting down on inconveniences.
whatsfornochebuena.com was set up in partnership with food delivery service Honestbee, which allows for an innovative way to put together a holiday feast. People will just have to choose the recipes they like, and immediately shop for the ingredients, which will be delivered in advance, ready to be assembled for the family’s enjoyment on Christmas. Clients are assured that the freshest ingredients from Robinsons are delivered to their home.
Through the website, Knorr Philippines said it hopes to cut down homemakers’ troubles when the clock runs closer to December 25, as supplies in the grocery or market dwindle, and competition for the freshest ingredients increases.
The convenience of shopping through whatsfornochebuena.com is also intended to ensure that dishes are perfect and with the complete ingredients.
The website also features detailed recipes from Panlasang Pinoy. Among the 'shoppable' recipes available on whatsfornochebuena.com are Filipinos' most loved Christmas dishes -- spaghetti, menudo, macaroni salad, carbonara, embutido, lumpiang shanghai, and more.
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