Eating can be an enjoyable activity even all by ourselves, but more so if we’re eating with friends or as a family. This is the message “Sarap with Family” on GMA wants to convey – the delights of cooking and eating with family and friends!
Are you a Del Monte Kitchenomics baby? Or maybe your mom collected those old Kitchenomics recipe booklets that gets delivered by snailmail?
In a predominantly Catholic country such as the Philippines, Good Friday symbolizes the commemoration of the death of Jesus Christ on the cross. Aside from the prohibition of taking a bath after 3pm, one other observed tradition is the abstinence of eating meat. And so, I found this sardines recipe from Mega Creations Premium Sardines (from […]
In a recent interview with the contestants of the MasterChef Pinoy edition, most of the participants agree that spaghetti is the number 1 food choice of Filipinos for Christmas. and I think it is true to my observation. However, it doesn’t mean we will just settle with comfort food. We can always up the ante […]
May 31, 2012 – It was a rainy afternoon when I went to Romulo Cafe in Makati City to meet the Knorr Chef Ambassadors. A cooking demo was conducted by the Filipino top-chefs who spilled out their expertise in making traditional Filipino dishes more innovative and modern. The chefs, with the help of Knorr products […]
NomNom Club was recently invited to Knorr’s Chef Ambassador media event in Makati. But before we reveal what happened in that gathering, allow us to share with you one of the featured recipe from Knorr. Sinigang na Bulalo Ingredients: 350g-400g Beef bone in shank with meat 2 tbsps Cooking oil 1/4cup White onions, diced Waters […]
Sarap at Home with Friends is now at its 4th season and the show promises more surprises and more easy to do recipes from San Marino and CDO Foodservice. The show is hosted by Sam Oh and will be joined by the young actress Jackie Rice, hunky model Fabio Ide and to bring comic relief […]
Also known as sticky rice cake or pudding, cooking ‘tikoy‘ has been deeply embedded in the Chinese-Filipino culture in the Philippines, especially in the season of Chinese New Year. Serving ‘tikoy‘ represents prosperity in Chinese belief that is why it is associated with the Chinese New Year. It serves good hope and a better life […]