Category: COLUMNISTS

COLUMNISTS

Pares Takes: A Nod to Noodles

Beef pares has long been popular “street food,” ever since it was invented in the 1970s by the Tiu family. Their restaurant, Jonas, along Mayon Street in Quezon City, used to be the go-to...

THE PLEASURE OF ENTERTAINING AT HOME

Staying home and keeping safe during COVID-19 shouldn’t mean just ordering food in. Make a list of the dishes you cook well, especially the ones that have garnered oohs and aahs! For family and...

REFRESHING CITRUS

Citrus fruits always bring a sense of freshness to them. Whether eaten as is or squeezed into a dressing, the juicy tartness it gives any dish livens it up. From the rind to the...

Culinary Travelogue: Belgium

Belgian cuisine is widely diverse with significant regional variations, while also reflecting the cuisines of neighboring France, Germany, and Netherlands. It is often described that Belgian food is served in the quantity of German...

Fish and Chix

When I think of Asian flavors, the first thing that comes to my mindis Chinese food. And for me, good Chinese food comes from Hong Kong. Whenever I go to Hong Kong, the first...

Baking with the seasons

Ideally, we should all cook and bake with ingredients that are sourced locally and in season. Using seasonal produce when cooking and baking ensures less impact on the environment (transporting goods) and just as...

Fried Chicken Basket

Sous vide is a type of cooking that you use to break down tough cuts of meat or ingredients, but it is still a cooking process. You don’t always have to go low and...

A Bloom in Every Bite

Food has served as an escape these past few months. With most of us staying home and trying to keep busy while locked down, cooking and baking posts have dominated social media. With limited...

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