Adobong Manok at Baboy

This dish is a favorite of Mira Angeles's family, as prepared by their beloved nanny, "Lola Waps."
This adobo recipe is a classic one! This dish is a favorite of contributor Mira Angeles’s family, as prepared by their beloved nanny, Flor “Lola Waps” Tagulalap. Mira and Lola Waps are featured in the story “Muses of cookery” in the May ...

WATCH: How To Cook Lumpiang Hubad

You have all the delicious ingredients that make a fresh lumpia in this dish!
Love the medley of vegetables and the garlicky sauce of lumpiang hubad? Former Yummy magazine associate editor Idge Mendiola shares this family recipe for this ingredient-packed lumpiang hubad. The list of ingredients results in a dish that is flavorful, hearty, meaty, fresh, and totally ...

My Lola's Cure to Homesickness: Making Hot Pandesal in Cold Canada

For this lola, her family, and many other homesick immigrants like her, pandesal is the taste of home.
“Parang ang sarap ng pandesal,” a daughter baits.“Oo nga,” another daughter chimes in. This always happened around that time, late at night, the rest of the city drifting into sleep, someone suddenly starts craving for something soft, sweet, warm, and familiar."Bili ka na sa bakery,” their mother gives one of ...

My Lola Taught My Mom This Extra Creamy One-Pot Pasta Dish

It's a pasta dish that reminds me of my lola.
For me, pasta was always cooked in boiling water before being added to the pasta sauce or plated before being topped with the sauce.That isn’t the case for the timbal, a tomato cream pasta dish. It’s all cooked in one pot and ...

Learn How To Make Kaliskis Empanada At This 1-Day Workshop

These empanadas are next-level delicious.
Do empanadas have a special place in your heart? These Spanish-Filipino pies come in so many shapes and sizes: there's the orange Ilocano empanada, the Vigan empanada, Red Ribbon's famous empanadas, and more. Whichever iteration though, it's a sure thing that these pies are ...

Nothing Says I'm Home Like My Mama's Molo Soup

It always tastes like home.
It’s the same scene every year. After breakfast on December 24, our dining table would be filled with ingredients. Carrots, onions, and celery on the table; the chicken already boiling on the stovetop. Once cooked, my mom would call me, the ingredients were waiting for me ...
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