SUBARASHII (すばらしい) // Mid-afternoon, Shinobazuno Pond, Ueno Park, きょわ素晴らしいです “I wish there was more green around here,” my spontaneous explorer friend and food buddy for the day remarked. “The gardens back in Argentina or Germany always looked greener”. Looking around I couldn’t agree more. Concrete… Read More
On midnight curry, dancing while full, and post-bath meals.
This piece was originally posted at Filipino Kitchen by fellow blogger Sarahlynn Pablo. Head on over to their site for more musings, recipes, and happenings in the Windy City. How to Make Bagoong by Sarahlynn Pablo An Historical Defense of Bagoong, by Dr. Jose Rizal “Their daily fare… Read More
“Perhaps when it comes to Filipino food (or any food for that matter), it is everything and nothing all at once, simply meant to be savored, not dissected.”
Menu-writing for multi-course dinner sucks. There…I said it. Until recently, I never really enjoyed it and when I asked professionals how they compose/curate/conjure one up, I was met with two parts mysticism (“I just write what the Universe says through me…it’s all about connecting with… Read More