This beautifully produced and extremely well written book is one of the main resources I’ve used in preparing for the market tour and cooking class I’ll be offering for my fellow students in the first run of Food Blogging with Steven Shaw. I’m hoping most, if not all, of you will be able to attend.
I am proposing we have the class at the International Culinary Center on Sunday, May 31, 2009… we’ll meet at the school at 10:00 a.m. and take walk through Chinatown to procure some of our ingredients; we’ll then return to the school for a hands-on cooking class followed by a lunch buffet. We should be finished by about 2:30 or 3, depending on how much talking we end up doing!
The dishes we’ll prepare are inspired by some of my favorite meals enjoyed in the homes of family and friends during my most recent visit to Cebu, Manila, and Alcoy. I will be accompanied by my very talented, food-loving brother-in-law Benjie, whose family has so lovingly adopted me into their homes, and kitchen memories.
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If necessary, we can change the date… if there is a date/day/time that works better for you, let me know. I will confirm the date in next week’s class.
Hope you can make it!
To purchase the book, please click: Memories of Philippine Kitchens: Stories and Recipes from Far and Near [MEMORIES OF PHILIPPINE KIT]
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Ill be doing the Japan Day run in the park that morning so Ill just be able to make it by 10. Let me know how I can reach you in case I miss the group at the school. Thank you for setting this up. I can’t wait!
I so dearly wish I could but I’ll be in rhode island that weekend, please let me know if by some chance the date changes. Thanks!
so sorry, but i can’t come on Sunday, but i will be at the school working brunch so come say hello while i’m sweating it out over the omelettes:)