Christmas season is one of the busiest times of the year, especially for a baker like me. While my bestselling products are cakes and cookies, I wanted to create something that’s easy to transport, store and of course, eat.
Category: FOOD & DRINK
When you think of roast, you think of a whole piece of meat and something special for a special occasion. Since I am an American, what I love the most is Thanksgiving Turkey Roast.
As a holiday centerpiece, roasts are normally associated with large chunks of meat. Whole pigs, whole birds, quarters of lamb and sections of beef are what usual roasts tend to be. Technically, roasting pertains to cooking with a steady, indirect heat.
We at COOK have traditionally done roasts as our monthly theme for November. We’ve been doing this yearly to give our readers ideas on what can be served come the holidays.
I’ve always thought of Glorietta 4’s Food Choices as one of the true democratic spaces that can exist in a mall. During its first iteration, it heralded what a modern food court could look like.
Ravioli is one of the quintessential pasta dishes you should know how to make because you can stuff anything inside of it and it’s going to look special.
Pasta dishes are a common offering in most restaurants. At home, it serves as a quick and filling alternative on days that we need a break from the typical rice and viand meals.
When we think of pasta, the first thing that comes to mind are long strands of dough, perfect for twirling, with just the right amount of sauce clinging to every noodle.
Cheese is such a wonderful food that you can’t outgrow it. Next to milk, cheese would be one of the earliest foods we tasted and the delight of it stayed on from infancy to well…my now senior life.
Located at the new Seascape Village Complex, Asian Taste’s interiors hews pretty close to a traditional Chinese restaurant. There might be an absence of red, but there is a preponderance of soft yellow, a...