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Chef Tatung Sarthou on Why Salt Rocks: "It's a Cornerstone in Philippine Cuisine"

It’s an ingredient we use in almost all of our dishes.
Chef Tatung “Myke” Sarthou was the lone Filipino chef presenter at Madrid Fusion 2017 held in Madrid, Spain last January 2017. In his presentation, ““What Is Lost Is Found: Rediscovering Pre-Spanish Philippine Cuisine,” he talked about sea salt and Mindanao cuisine.He told ...

Chef Jordy Navarra on His Brand of Filipino Food: "We Should Always Represent the Filipino"

At Madrid Fusion Manila, Toyo Eatery’s young chef talked about loving local as a big part of sustainability.
Chef Jordy Navarra kicked off the last day of Madrid Fusion Manila, April 8, with an almost-full conference hall on a Saturday at 9 a.m. Not a surprising feat for a chef who has made waves with his tasting menu (then at Black ...

There is More To Philippine Cuisine Than Just Kinilaw, Adobo, and Sinigang

"Philippine cuisine is very complex," says Chef Tatung Sarthou.
"Philippine cuisine is very complex. It's more than just our kare-kare. It's more than just our kinilaw and sinigang, " says Chef Myke ‘Tatung’ Sarthou. Sarthou—whose culinary creations are showcased at his restaurant, Agos, in SM Mall of Asia—was the lone Filipino ...
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