Woke up early one Saturday morning to attend a baking class. Yes, I am a nerd who loves going to school and learning from different people. For this class, I was fortunate enough to sit-in with CCA’s Fundamentals in Baking and Pastry Arts Course. I chose to learn about making Filipino Desserts or Kakanin.
Marco Polo Ortigas Manila’s Cucina showcases choice Ilonggo flavours from 1 to 18 August, as part of its ongoing commitment to feature local flavours on a global level.
nawwTy’s Kitchen by Trish Panlilio has been serving delectable dishes at its custom catering creation since 2014 and will be serving more this year. Now they are offering something NEW. There’s no more skipping breakfast with nawwty’s because this June 2019, Filipino favorite frozen breakfast staples will be readily available at nawwTy’s kitchen’s Breakfast Corner.
Sentro 1771 has been on the forefront in creating a modern Filipino dining experience. Using carefully selected ingredients for a well-curated menu, the restaurant highlights its deep understanding of various local dishes. Although also known for successfully reinventing traditional favorites, the restaurant has consistently preserved the taste and flavor that diners have patronized for years.
From being the star of the table in every Filipino celebration, the true Pinoy staple lechon has become a go-to dish, perfect for everyday meal. Household names like Lydia’s Lechon serves the succulent dish in different recipes.
Mom is a huge fan of Ms. Dedet, also known as THE Lechon Diva. For Mother’s Day, I decided to surprise her with a degustation dinner of not only by Ms. Dedet, but also in collaboration with one equally great chef, Chef Luis Chikiamco of Flame Restaurant.
Rejoice!!! This well- received buffet is extended until April 14. Now, everyone will get the chance to try out “What is indeed “Masarap” for our dear friend, Masarap Ba?”
Novotel Manila Araneta Center fulfills a trending online community’s dream of a grand foodie festival with “Masarap Nga! Meet and Eat!” – a pioneering collaboration with the food blogger, Masarap Ba? starting from March 29 until April 14 at the Food Exchange Manila.
The painted paelleras are up on the stone walls. So are the Spanish plates. The Castillan buffet table offering the best tapas, paellas, lengua, callos and much more, is also set. The heritage wall cradling the rich history of Spanish cuisine in Manila is decked. After five years, Alba Restaurante Español opened its fifth branch at Estancia Mall to please the palates of lovers of traditional Spanish food. And so the Alba legacy continues.
The 2019 National Food Fair (NFF) billed as “Philippines Cuisine and Ingredients Show” is organized by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) – Bureau of Domestic Trade Promotion in cooperation with the DTI’s Regional and Provincial Offices, with the support of the Department of Tourism and La Germania. The NFF is ongoing until March 17, 2019 at the Megatrade Halls of SM Megamall. Fair hours are from 10:00AM to 09:00PM. Good news, admission is free!!!