After coming from a delicious lunch at Antonio’s, I made reservations at Bawai Restaurant in Tagaytay on the eve of my birthday. It was such a treat since I love Vietnamese food!
I was craving for pizza and remembered I had fillo dough in the freezer, so I decided to be creative with it. As they say, there’s always a first time for everything, it was fairly easy to make and the pizza turned out surprisingly good.
Wagyu (和牛 Wagyū?, literally “Japanese cow”) (source: wikipedia) “refers to several breeds of cattle, the most desired of which is genetically predisposed to intense marbling and to producing a high percentage of oleaginousunsaturated fat. The meat from such wagyu cattle is known for its quality, and commands a high price. In several areas of Japan,… Continue reading House of Wagyu
“Of course I made many boo-boos. At first this broke my heart, but then I came to understand that learning how to fix one’s mistakes, or live with them, was an important part of becoming a cook.” – – Julia Child
Iberian Chicken has many variations but the version I know is the one I found in Lori Baltazar’s cookbook- “Dessert Comes First.” It is a recipe by Chef Ed Quimson who passed away 2 years ago.
Given a very active and hungry Instagram feed, I keep seeing posts about how good this latin style chicken is in Quezon City. The place is called Señor Pollo.