Food Chronicles

category-chroniclesIn the Food Chronicles section you will find a broad range of food related topics offered up for discussion. There will be an occasional restaurant review posted here. We will also keep tabs on the latest news coming from the culinary industry and post that information here. We also offer some analysis of what is being discussed in the food world media such as in magazines, on TV shows, and online. So this is the general category for all things food related that aren’t specifically associated with a certain recipe or a discussion about food preparation.

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Nilagang Kamoteng Kahoy

This is Nilagang Kamoteng Kahoy also known as Balanghoy or Steamed Cassava. There are endless ways to cook this Cassava. You can steam it, cook it with coconut milk, mash it also known as nilupak or make Cassava Cake. Cassava root is a good source of carbohydrates. This is a long and tapered, with a …

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History of Baking

Baking has been many cultures’ favorite technique for creating snacks, desserts, and accompaniments to meals for many years. Now, it is very well-known as the method for creating sweets and all sorts of wondrous mouthwatering pastries. In ancient history, the first evidence of baking occurred when humans took wild grass grains, soaked it in water, …

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Kabanayan Restaurante in Lisbon Stirs Iinterest in Philippine Cuisine

Kabanayan Restaurante in Lisbon Stirs Iinterest in Philippine Cuisine

In its report to the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila, the Philippine Embassy in Lisbon mentioned that a Filipino restaurant named “Kababayan Restaurant” located in Lisbon, Portugal was featured in the February 2014 issue of the Portuguese magazines Revista and Time Out Lisboa. Kababayan Restaurant which opened only in December last year, is owned …

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Lechon Manok

Lechon Manok is one of Filipinos favorite main dish to be served during special occasions aside from the Lechon Baboy. It is roasted to perfection with juices coming from the chicken itself. Of course not to forget everybody’s favorite dipping sauce, soy sauce and lemon mixture with red chillies, tomatoes, and red onions. Yum! Click …

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