Filipino-Style Chicken & Waffles: Sous-vide Coconut Milk Fried Chicken with Coconut Milk and Macapuno Waffles
When developing recipes for this blog, every now and then a dish, a technique, or even a single ingredient can sometimes set off a chain reaction of new ideas and new dishes to create down the line. Take for instance, my stretch run of blog posts
Chicken Binakol: Sous-vide Chicken Breast Stewed in Coconut Water, Lemongrass, and Ginger
Chicken Binakol is a rustic Filipino dish of chicken and coconut water slowly simmered in either a coconut shell, or in a large node of bamboo, over a coal fire. As the chicken simmers in the coconut water, a rich broth is created that is
Crispy Pig’s Ears Cooked Sous-vide in Coconut Oil Confit, then Deep Fried
Seemingly an “of the moment” (i.e. trendy) ingredient in many restaurants and pubs these days, pig’s ears have been gnawed on by Filipinos since, like, forever. Prepared properly, a pig’s ear can be meltingly tender, rich,
Kare Kare Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich: Sous-vide Oxtails with Peanut Sauce and Caramelized Onion & Bagoong Jam
Thanks to television shows like “Top Chef” and “Iron Chef”, cookbooks from the likes of Thomas Keller and Nathan Myhrvoid, and perhaps your friendly neighborhood fancy-pants restaurant, “Sous-vide cooking” has
The Adobo Road Back in San Francisco: Talking Filipino Food with Claude Tayag, and A Cookbook Signing!
On Sunday October 20, 2013 I’ll be sharing the stage with Claude Tayag and speaking about Filipino food at the Filipino American International Book Festival in San Francisco. Claude will be giving what is sure to be a very insightful and
Deep-Fried Ensaimada Brioche Doughnuts (and Another Bun in the Oven!)
As my longtime readers (I’m not sure if I have any of those anymore) might remember, the last time I posted an Ensaimada recipe, I had some pretty big news to report. It’s strange to look back at that post from over 4 years ago. In that
Adobo Road Cookbook Signing Sept. 7 at the Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture
This Saturday September 7, 2013 I’ll be signing The Adobo Road Cookbook at the Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture in San Pedro, CA. Starting at noon on Saturday, my cookbook signings continue as I’ll be in the Philippine Expressions
The Adobo Road on Adobo Nation
During my Cookbook Tour stop in San Francisco last May, I had an opportunity to stop by ABS-CBN studios in Redwood City to tape a couple of segments to be aired on TFC (The Filipino Channel). Check out the clip above to see my segment on the Adobo