http://www.pepper.ph/about/ What an interesting “coincidence”!! #PepperItForward :)))

just discovered .. thanks to my friend Franc … :)))

What an interesting "coincidence"!!  Just shared Pepper.ph at https://www.facebook.com/PepperItForward Or, perhaps, is it "destiny"?  
Whatever. Whichever.  Let's all be a little creative about "peppering" our individual and collective heritages and experiences.  #PepperItForward!! 

About

Pepper.ph is a Filipino Food blog aimed artists, misfits and creatives. We like keep things honest, short and beautiful. Visit www.pepper.ph to see what we mean.
Mission

To Reinvent Food Fun in the Philippines.

Basic Info

Joined Facebook 04/09/2012
just shared at 

Pepper.ph: A Food Blog for Artists, Misfits and Creatives

Before the Iphone, we didn't care much about how our phones looked like.

These days, fugly phones struggle because we know what a well-designed phone is.

In Pepper.ph, we want to do to local food what Apple did to phones. By reinventing the way we photograph, style and design food, we'd like to start a whole new culture around it.

To start, we want to be very honest. Generally, food blogs tend to be too polite that it gets boring. It'd be more engaging when people get the courage to call crap, well, crap.

Second, we want to collaborate. Because food is an art, we'd like to work with different kinds of people in different industries.

Finally, we want to create genuine, relevant and share-worthy content. We absolutely detest spam and phony posts; and we really love creating stuff that matters.

But before we let you go, try this little thought experiment to see the visual power of food.

Suppose you're on vacation with a friend who serves you a bowl of rice. You scoop and take your first bite, which reveals a bed of roasted cockroaches underneath. "It's a delicacy," your friend says. Now, visualize grabbing a spoonful and slowly chewing its semi-crunchy, flaky skin, which effortlessly blends with your saliva.

Disgusted? Fantastic.

Food is so powerful that when it looks good (like bacon and eggs frying on a black teflon pan), we get fired up. But when it looks like dung, it makes us sick to the gut.

If any of the above made any sense to you, then you'll probably enjoy the stuff that we'll be posting. And if you do, help us in our little quest to create a local food culture for artists, misfits and creatives.

Pepper.ph
@pepperph
A Manila-based Food Blog for Artists, Misfits & Creatives By @dwightco, @mylenechung, @katherinejao
Philippines · http://www.pepper.ph/

Founded April 28, 2012

Location Las Vegas, NV


Products Stronger, more meaningful relationships and more connected communities and neighborhoods.

Contact Info

Email PepperItForward@gmail.com
PepperItForward!!! @PepperItForward New movement created @GreenerBlocks: #PepperItForward; random acts of peppers. organic green peppers to random people @GreenerBlocks #RandomActs of Pepperhttp://lvhelpgro.net/pepper-if-forward-its-produce-provenance
Mission

To build greener and happier communities, one simple, meaningful exchange at a time. The new global movement of simple, sharing steps and multiethnic, multicultural exchanges. Using new school social media to promote and bind communities using "old world" recipes and personal encounters.

Pepper If Forward!: It's Produce Provenance!

These simple, “random” gifts of produce represent an opportunity for a shared story, a shared history, and a shared recipe – for life as well as for a meal.

Description
#PepperItForward: dedicated to creating Happier Blocks and Healthier people! Small steps in sharing building the foundation of a better community. 
Who wants to be peppered? How do you share your peppers .. and your #PepperItForward experiences?
How can sharing Peppers forward Deliver Happiness?

This is the community place to answer those questions and more!
New movement developed @GreenerBlocks: 
Community building via Organic Produce! Using produce to deliver happiness! #PepperItForward #RandomActs of Pepper.
random acts of peppers. organic green peppers to random people @GreenerBlocks 

Pepper If Forward!: It's Produce Provenance!

These simple, “random” gifts of produce represent an opportunity for a shared story, a shared history, and a shared recipe – for life as well as for a meal. 

By Peppering It Forward, opportunities are created for community and neighborhood building exchanges – of meals shared together and of simple acts of kindness to heretofore strangers who, by the act and actions of “produce exchange” and “produce provenance” shared, thereby are sent on the road of friendship and understanding. … Community uniting as well as building.

#PepperItForward
Twitter: @PepperItForward
Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/PepperItForward
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