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It has been almost two years since the pandemic brought Filipino life and many livelihoods to a screeching halt. According to a 2020 Asian Development Bank (ADB) study of 1,804 Philippine MSMEs, 70.6% were forced to temporarily close with 66.2% reported to have temporary staff cuts during the height of the COVID-19 outbreak. Bucking these statistics and the odds created by the changes in the landscape, the enterprising Filipino found many opportunities in online businesses, with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) recording over 88,000 new e-commerce registrations at the end of 2020. This figure is projected to be a million e-commerce enterprises by 2022 (from 500,000 in 2020). By taking advantage of the online space, MSME owners have become unsung heroes of the economy, all the while providing for their families and making their business dreams a reality.  SM Supermalls very well understands the potential of each Filipino to be successful business owners because of their founde

TSM Cooks: Homemade Salsa

This afternoon, my kids decided of munch on the colorful Tortillas we got from Landers. We have no ground meat as of the moment because I forgot to buy from the market so instead we used the leftover salsa we got from Gourmet Farms. But since we only got one jar and almost out, I decided to whip whatever I got from my kitchen and pantry. Afterall, it is the most healthy combination for the Tortilla and tastes good too! 

Homemade Salsa

Ingredients:

6 pcs Fresh Tomatoes 
Lettuce (1 leaf), or Leeks
chili flakes
brown sugar
Olive Oil
Pepper
Salt
Garlic
Onion

Procedure:

1. Throw everything in a food processor or blender. Blend everything and make sure it is well blended. Do not peel off the skin of the tomatoes as it gives texture to the salsa. 
2. Simmer it in a pan for 10 minutes. 
3. Serve. Store the excess in a jar and refrigerate.


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