If celebrity chef, restaurateur, best-selling cookbook author, and popular YouTuber Chef Tatung Sarthou were to single out one word that drives his culinary journey, that would be “simpol”. Chef Tatung, after all, has spawned a huge fan base of homecooks who all share his creed, “Kahit sino kayang mag luto basta simpol.”Continue reading
Bring Your Own Bottle, or BYOB, a initiative by NutriAsia, launched last July 30, 2019, is set to run until December 31, and will be open Mondays through Sundays, 1200NN to 0800PM, situated right beside The Mind Museum in BGC.
Please refer to this previous post: https://thehungrychefph.com/2019/08/06/nutriasias-bring-your-own-bottle-initiative/ for BYOB mechanics, procedures, and prices.
In collaboration with Chef Jonvic Mangibin, JoyRide’s new menu features dishes and sauces that are made even tastier with everyone’s well-loved and trusted NutriAsia products such as Datu Puti, UFC, Golden Fiesta, Jufran, Mang Tomas, and Big Crunch.
This year, NutriAsia carries on with its vision of a more environmentally sustainable world through a project called “Bring Your Own Bottle” (BYOB), which encourages users to bring their own reusable bottles and refill their favorite condiments, and products like Datu Puti Vinegar, Datu Puti Soy Sauce, UFC Banana Catsup, and Golden Feista Cooking Oil. This simple act is expected to raise awareness on responsible plastic use and help build a zero-waste community as a stepping stone to sustainability.
Driven by a desire to spread the flavors of the Philippines, Chef Yana Gilbuena established the SALO Series, kamayan-style dining pop-up dinners that has travelled the 50 states of America. “Kamayan” is Filipino for dining with your bare hands, and Gilbuena’s goal is to serve delectable Filipino dishes to Filipino-Americans, Asians, and practically anyone else who eats.
Filipinos just can’t get enough of adobo, with nearly all regions in the country spawning
their own unique variants of this vinegar-and- soy-sauce- laced comfort dish. Considered
a strong contender for “pambansang ulam,” adobo teases one’s tastebuds with the
enticing blend of sour, sweet, and savory, evoking both the simplicity and richness of
Filipino cuisine. It has endeared itself with all manner of foodies and captured the hearts
of Filipinos and foreigners alike.
One of the healthiest oils in the market that nutrition experts recommended is canola oil, which contains heart-healthy nutrients called phytosterols, and which is now being offered by leading oil brand Golden Fiesta by NutriAsia.
NutriAsia is a household brand to all Filipino kitchen, Datu Puti and Mang Tomas is quint essential to any Filipino cooking. Adobo will never be adobo without Datu Puti Vinegar, and Lechon Paksiw will never be complete without Mang Tomas Liver Sauce.