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 Nation television show that recently aired on TFC.

The very lovely Michi Valeriano and I discuss the origins The Adobo Road Cookbook, Filipino cocktails, and even sample some Filipino Spaghetti! So watch the clip above for all the Hot Dog and Banana Ketchup carnage!

I love Filipino Spaghetti thiiiiis much!

Who let this clown on the set?

 

  • joey @ 80 breakfasts August 3, 2013, 6:30 pm

    Congratulations! :)

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  • Susan August 14, 2013, 3:04 am

    Finally got my copy at National Bookstore while visiting here in the Philippines. So how do I get your autograph? (lol) Congratulations! I’m doing most of the cooking in my family right now but once the kids graduate from college they are! I’m going to hand over this cookbook to them : )

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  • Sandee Masigan August 21, 2013, 12:50 am

    Congratulations! I picked up a copy of your cookbook three days ago and couldn’t put it down. The locations may be continents apart but Pinoys will be Pinoys anywhere we’re grown. I thoroughly enjoyed your book.
    Please let us know when you will be in Manila…we’d be happy to host you at our restaurant XO46 Heritage Bistro. Like you, we want to let the world in on what we’ve always known…Filipino food is damn good!

    Cheers!

    Sandee

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    • Jacks December 10, 2013, 3:49 am

      Filipino food is absolutely amazing! It’s hard pressed to find Filipino restaurants, which is crazy because everyone I know enjoys Filipino food!

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  • Jacks December 10, 2013, 3:45 am

    Congrats on your cookbook! It’s really great seeing a cookbook that offers Filipino dishes. I am third generation and my mother has passed down the recipes for me to cook. I know lots of people who love Filipino food and want to make it, but in my family it’s a little bit of this and a dash of that- so I love that your book has recipes that people can follow and enjoy. Such an inspiration! I would love to try the Manilla Machine. There aren’t many places to try Filipino food here in Orlando.

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