Well it’s that time of the year for soups, stews, purée’s, braising and the crockpot. What’s a great way to infuse aromatics and levels of flavor into your dishes...A SACHET which translates to “small sack” 😉😊😆. Ok back to maturity now hahha...we use this method quite often in the BOH. Take herbs, spices etc and place them onto cheesecloth and tie it up with butchers twine and you’ve created a “small sack” of flavor. Let this hang out in your dish and remove once ready. Great way to add those nuances of flavor and avoid having to fish out those stems or whole spices. Here we have a sachet of thyme, star anise, garlic, bay leaves, green cardamom, cinnamon and Szechuan peppercorns. Happy cooking you sexy mofos!! This flavorful sack, hahaha sorry yes I’m an adult, moment was brought to you by the letter S the number 15 and the song “Ghostboy” by @robotaki
"I don't agree with the author's statement of "Filipino food is having a moment now in the US ..." A moment is just a fraction of time, which makes it seem that the interest in our food is a passing fancy.
Let me categorically state ... It.Is.Not.
Filipino food is here to stay. And it is up to us to keep the interest and love for our food going. We don't have to limit sharing our our food within our community. Let's use our generous nature to educate others and share our cuisine! Introduce our cuisine to your non-Filipino friends, your in-laws, or whoever else you may come across. In my little sphere of influence, I have managed to educate my Latin, African-American, European, Middle Eastern, and American friends to our cuisine. And you know what? Whenever we get together to plan a lunch, inevitably, Filipino food is in the mix as one of the top choices for dining.
But, I do agree with the assessment that Anthony Bourdain, a non-Filipino, has done so much to promote our food, our culture, and our people. He is missed. I miss him." @filipinofoodmovement 🇵🇭
Well said... #FilipinoFoodMovement#FilipinoFood#FeedThePeople#PinoyChef#PinoyFood
Bone marrow beef broth soup with rice in this rainy weather is perfect. 'Bulalo' beef soup is a famous dish in Tagaytay City in the Philippines because of the cool temperature in the mountain. The city is also also known for its lake with an active volcano within a lake. This is one of my hubby's @thegffoodie favourite Filipino dish😋
Can you tell what's for dinner? Craving for 'tokwat baboy', something I love eating in the #philippines but haven't made at home. Cooking a glutenfree version of this dish so my hubby @thegffoodie can enjoy 🤗