Arroz a la Cubana

Wikipedia says that Arroz a la cubana, means Cuban-style rice. Maybe the Philippines version came from our Spanish ancestors. The Philippine version consists of rice; ground beef sauteed with onions, garlic, tomato sauce, diced potatoes and diced carrots; a fried egg and a native plantain (saba), sliced length-wise and fried. I love dishes with anythingRead More

Locavore introduces a new way of enjoying Filipino food

I am familiar with Locavore, because its first branch at Kapitolyo, Pasig is so near home. Locavore is best known for introducing Filipino food to diners who grew up with familiar flavors of homecooking. My husband and I recently visited the S Maison branch at the Conrad Manila to taste the new additions to theRead More

Bulalo Ramen

Don’t you just love hot soup during the cold rainy days? Here is a new twist on Japanese cooking – Bulalo Ramen or Beef Shank And Marrow Bone Stew With Japanese Ramen Noodles. It was Chef Seiji Kamura who gave a demo on his new take of Japanese dishes at The Maya Kitchen Elite CulinaryRead More