Jason Marvin travels back in time with the release of his 2023 single “Oras”

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His new single is accompanied by a music video starring social media influencer Albert Nicolas and up-and-coming TV/film actress Roxie Smith Filipino singer-songwriter Jason Marvin starts 2023 on a bright note with the release of his new single "Oras.” Brimming with lush, gentle arrangements and laid-back vocals, the piano-driven ballad finds the Cornerstone Entertainment artist traveling back in time in an attempt to amend a romantic relationship. It also touches on the idea of admitting one’s mistakes and using them as motivation to become a better person. To quote Jason Marvin, "Mistakes will be made and regrets will always be a part of life, but we must learn to live with it, grow stronger, and continue singing the songs that we’re meant to sing." According to the singer-songwriter behind Gain , "Oras" is the first song that he wrote where the music video concept came first. "I imagined this scene where a guy who can time travel keeps on failing

Home-Made Pastillas (Milk Bars)

I always make it a point that I am the one who prepare for my daughter's snack for school. Its either sandwiches or sliced hotdogs or some biscuits. I don't allow her to bring money to school, not unless she have to pay for something. But these past few days, my Nanay started giving her coins of small denominations, 1 peso and 5 peso coins. Little girl is always happy every time her grandma gave her coins. She gets to buy a piece of pastillas. Her latest favorite. 
Pastillas de Leche are sweet milk candies that are usually served for dessert. An authentic recipe will require the use of Carabao's milk (water buffalo) and cooking is also necessary.

But what I have here is a no-cook recipe. I found this easy-to-make-no-cook pastillas recipe online. 



INGREDIENTS:
  1. 2 cups powdered milk
  2. 1 can, 14 oz condensed milk 
  3. white sugar for coating


HOW TO PREPARE PASTILLAS:

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    • Combine powdered milk and condensed milk. Mix and blend evenly using a spoon.
    • Set aside for 10-15 minutes.
    • Shape into balls or mini logs.


  • Wrap the pastillas in a cellophane or food paper. 
*If you don't like wrapping, shape into balls and insert a toothpick at the center.

After finishing this, someone's really happy to see lots of yummy pastillas balls.

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